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Daily Feeding Costs

Value for money yet premium quality

How much does it cost to feed your dog?

Despite being widely recognised as an award-winning premium brand which aims to maintain optimum health, Burns is more economical than 80% of dog foods surveyed.

Quality ingredients combined with best-in-the-business nutrition advice make us an outstanding value for money pet food brand.

It might sound far-fetched but with Burns dog food you can feed (based on our RRP):

 

  • a small pooch for 43p per day (based on a 10kg dog eating a 6kg bag)
  • a medium doggie for 80p per day (based on a 20kg dog eating a 12kg bag)
  • a large woof for £1.20 (based on a 30kg dog eating a 12kg bag)

…with our Original and Weight Control Ranges.

Or our Sensitive Chicken & Wholegrain Maize and Sensitive Fish & Wholegrain Maize for even better value…

  • a small pooch for 40p per day (based on a 10kg dog eating a 6kg bag)
  • a medium doggie for 74p per day (based on a 20kg dog eating a 12kg bag)
  • a large woof for £1.11 (based on a 30kg dog eating a 12kg bag)

Bone Appetit!

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A bag of Burns will last ruff-ly 60 days – that’s a 12kg bag of burns for a dog weighing 20kg

 

While working as a veterinary surgeon in the early 90s, John Burns noticed the poor diet of many pets. As a way to introduce healthy food to canine dining, he developed the Original food recipe, mixing together chicken, brown rice and vegetables into a complex ready-made meal containing all the goodness of homecooked food.

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Making a paws-itive change with Burns

Get in touch with the Burns Health and Nutrition Team for individually tailored advice on the right food type and amounts for your dog. At Burns we work to address pet health conditions brought about by unhealthy lifestyle and especially diet. Drawing on the link between health and nutrition, we developed dry pet food that offers the same benefits for your favourite furry friend as simple homecooked food.

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