Happy Pets Day Care Centre based on the Believer Industrial Estate, Roborough/Woolwell are proud to stock a wide variety of Simpsons Premium Dog Food. We thought we’d tell you a little more about why it is so brilliant for your pooches and why it’s the only food we would ever feed our dog, George. If you choose to change your food over to Simpsons Premium the team are well equipped to help you with the process as well as give out lots of helpful advice.
We’ve been recommending it to our customers for a long time and now we are thrilled to be able to sell it in partnership with K9 Magic Meals. We can deliver when picking/dropping for their fun filled day with us, or if you are looking to pickup and collect your pooch yourself we will have plenty in stock at the centre.
Simpsons Premium is made in the UK. It is a complete nutritional balanced dog food. It is hypoallergenic and free from wheat-gluten, soya and dairy products. It has added joint supplements and a high meat content. It is an affordable food without a premium price tag.
Feeding a dog a poor quality diet can lead to many health and behaviour problems such as skin sensitivities, dietary intolerances, hyperactivity and lethargy. Picking up after your dog has been to the toilet can also be a problem due to its sloppy consistency. A quality diet such as Simpsons Premium may help to reduce the risks and alleviate these problems.
There are 15 dry varieties. Four puppy ones and eleven for adults, flavours to suit even the fussiest of eaters.
The rice range only contains brown rice. The Sensitive range which also includes the 60/40, 80/20 and wet food (of which there are 10 varieties) are grain free making them ideal for dogs who suffer from allergies and intolerances.
The kibble is specially selected to be suitable for all breeds of dogs regardless of size. It can be enjoyed dry or softened in water which releases the flavours. It comes in 2kg or 12kg bags which can be delivered free of charge to you. There are also free 50g taster sample packs available. Please ask how changing your dog food to Simpsons Premium can benefit your most treasured companion.
When comparing dog foods always look at the ingredients list. The first ingredient should be a named meat such as chicken, or fish such as salmon and the percentage of it. Avoid animal derivatives, cereals, salt, colourings etc. If it just says poultry, you don’t know what you’re getting & the ingredients could be different in any two bags. Do your research, it could save you a lot of money on vet bills in the long run.