Best food for our two BTs
We have a Muttley with sensitive dietary needs and this suits her well
This food has been amazing. I had a seriously fussy eater for a puppy - we could not get her to eat anything with cheese or stews or some rigmarole. But since switching to this she is eager for her food (to the point where we had to start teaching her to wait for it coz she was pouncing in the bowl). And she’s extremely healthier on it. All in all I am very grateful for this product and hope it stays around for a long time.
My jack rusell x absolutely loves this. Tried all different foods before the success of Simpsons chicken and potato. Suits him perfectly.
I have two Springer Spaniels both are rice intolerant which is why I use this dog food. They both thrive on it healthy and no weight issues.
This is the first time I ordered from Petplanet as my local supplier put the cost up a ridiculous amount. I placed my order but received Royal Canin for dogs over 25KG and over 7 years of age with joint care! However, I called customer services and within 2 days they had switched for the correct food.
I will order again as it is so easy to have the food delivered to my place of work (hope they get it right first time next time)and also it is a good price for a premium (British) product.
Lovely with a mixture of wet food
Doesn't upset my tummy very tasty with a small amount of Lillys wet food on top.
My Jack Russell x289 years oldx29 has suffered with red itchy sensitive skin for years She has been on Steroids food recommended by the vet nothing totally worked She has been on Simpsons Chicken Potato food for three weeks her skin is pale pink she is comfortable for the first time in years
four dogs all different breeds love this food
excellent value excellent food.
Fussy eater pedigree large breed with sensitive tummy loves this and it suits his digestion too Highly recommended Nextday delivery well worth it
Solved a smelly problem!!!!
We have two dogs, a cocker spaniel and GWP. They were both on Simpson’s 80/20 having moved them from cheap supermarket “stuff”. The behaviour problems were quickly resolved but the pointer developed a bad wind problem. When I say “bad” it was a “pub-emptier”. The spaniel was fine and we have kept him on the 80/20, the pointer is on the chicken and potato following advice from Simpson’s. We are 3-4 weeks in and his appetite is back, the food is gone in an instance,the the wind problem has also reduced in ferocity and more importantly in “strength”. Support from Simpson’s 100%