Got to add that Barking Heads was my favourite until Jules introduced MWH to the forum, for me it sounded suitable when trying to satisfy 3 dogs of varying needs and thought it was worth giving it a try.
I definately do not have spare cash and try to work to a budget wherever I can [am on a small pension, no salary to dip into
At first I did think it worked out more than I would like to pay on a regular basis, however, it really did not break the bank as expected as the amount they need is much lower than they had previously got used too, especially dear Bruno who has always poo'd for England, now he does weeny little poo's, and only 1 or 2 a day, plus he is holding his weight which is something I have struggled with since he joined our family over 4 years ago, his coat and total appearance is exactly what I expect from a good food, so am really pleased for him, he is age 10 1/2 and doing well and looking great on the Riverside.
Re- Suzie and Mischa I did try them on the Tracker for a while and was a little concerned that they unexpectedly piled on a couple of Kilo's
, now I have moved them both onto the Riverside and reduced their daily amount slightly they are doing really well
My budget for the 3 of them has always been as close to £3 per day as possible, and to be honest it may tip slightly over but I think the results after a long trial is totally worth it, also something to take into account is the extra's that I used to pay for treats, honestly my lot are really happy to have their kibble as a little treat and the box of bickies I keep for bed time lasts for ages.
To sum up, the amount of output that is chucked away daily £££ is a fraction of what it used to be which is a plus for my pocket, and I really wish I lived closer so that you could see how well they all look on their natural diet