By Katy Parrot
All 5 labrador boys have your salmon oil, and the older dogs have No Ake! on a ‘as and when required’ basis, especially in the shooting season. As you will see if you look at the other pages on my website, in addition to being working gundog my labradors also do a lot of agility, with great success!
My friend Marianne Butler had a discussion on my behalf with your nutritionist when CP7 was introduced and they decided that my current feed regime of Fit ‘n Fast! for the younger dogs, with Hike On! mixed in to top up when working hard, Salmon Oil for everyone, seaweed and Billy No Mates! liquid for everyone was about right. I usually also use go on powder for Oak during the competition season but Fig won’t eat it. Oak Ash and my husband’s old Sam are all now on CP7 Plus. These older 3 all have yumove too, although I’d dearly like to cut that out now that they have the supplements within CP7, as it’s jolly expensive!
My only slight waiver at the moment is 2 year old Fig who needs a lot of Fit ‘n Fast! to keep the weight on (he has a lot of exercise and runs a lot) and recently has been less keen on breakfast. He eats supper absolutely fine but I’m having to tempt him at breakfast. I wonder if I’m over facing him with the large portion. I may introduce Hike On! for breakfast and give a little less of that, with Fit ‘n Fast! for supper still. I’ve had his teeth checked and they’re fine, and he eats supper with gusto!
I regularly recommend CSJ as over the last few years since I changed to it my dogs look fantastic and are full of energy without being nutters. It’s a great food, thank you!
Check out Katy’s favourite CSJ feeds, herbal supplements and treats on: http://www.csjk9.com