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Stockman & Paddock Dog Food 20kg (High Performance $35.99, Grain Free $67.45) Delivered @ Pet House


Thought this deserved it's own deal. Pet House has reduced Stockman & Paddock High Performance Dog Food Beef 20kg to $35.99 with the code 'FRENZY'.

And the grain-free version has been reduced to $67.45 with the same code.

Plus free delivery Australia-wide.

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    Australian Beef Meal, Australian Wheat, Australian Wheat Meal, Australian Hydrolysed Chicken Protein, Australian Beef Fat, Beet Pulp, Natural Flavour, Salt, Potassium Chloride, Flaxseeds, Dry Chicory Root, Choline Chloride, Essential Vitamins (A, D, E, B1, B6, niacin, riboflavin, folic acid, B12) and Minerals (zinc, copper, manganese, iodine, selenium) and Antioxidants

    Wheat and wheat meal as 2&3 ingredients means this food is primarily wheat.

    It seems to be priced as such.

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      Peas instead of wheat better?

      I eat wheatbix every morning, seem to survive. Are a lot of dogs gluten intolerant?

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        Wheat is a common allergen in dogs. It can cause skin irritation, flatulence, loose stools if they are showing symptoms.

        Peas are better then Wheat but be aware when reading the protein % on a feed that part of that protein will be coming from peas which is less digestible than meat sources.

        The grain free one here is better does include some other nice ingredients blueberry etc but it’s double the price.

        Weet bix every morning is great but Weet bix also for lunch/dinner might not be the best.


      Your link is for a different product. Like the first post implied, this $35 deal is for people who hate their dogs and want to feed them low quality food.

      The review you posted is for a very good food and it's a great price of $67.45 delivered with the voucher FRENZY: https://www.pethouse.com.au/stockman-paddock-grain-free-dog-...

      Australian Beef Meal, Australian Peas, Australian Hydrolysed Chicken Protein, Australian Beef Fat, Sweet Potato, Beet Pulp, Natural Flavour, Salmon Oil, Salt, Potassium Chloride, Flaxseeds, Dry Chicory Root, Choline Chloride, Carrots, Blueberries, Natural Antioxidants, Essential Vitamins (C, E, B3, B5, Riboflavin, B1, B6, A, Folic Acid, B7, B12, D3) and Minerals (zinc, iron, copper, manganese, iodine, selenium) and Yucca Extract.


        So my adopted dog (Sheppard) has been a nightmare to get him to eat. My dog was a staffie, ate everything and anything and lasted 17 years.

        But the shephard basically eats well for a few days, then gets the runs & or throws up bile, doesn't eat for a day..repeat. Tried grainfree, tried enzymes for epi, no difference. The best success has been the latest woolies brand (Natural or something like that brand) in kangaroo. Second ingredient is wheat..sounds wrong, but he's a bit better. More a 2 weekly rotation now. Any ideas? Vet has no answers other than trial and error of low allergen foods. I'm now thinking bloat, so should avoid high fat foods. Any ideas?


          I feel for your 4 legged buddy, but I don't know what to suggest to help or what could be wrong with him/her. Since I was a kid, every dog I've had was like your staffie but lived well short of average lifespans, they inhaled whatever you fed them, whether cheap shit 1-star food before I knew I was harming my doggo, or raw ingredients like meat and veg.

          I'd probably take doggo to another vet or two, not because your vet may be bad, but other vets may have other ideas and may have seen and fixed what your dog has.


            @bm: My mums dog was like this as a puppy. She made up boiled chicken, rice and veg fresh in batches to last a few days each batch.

            No issues after that.


            @bm: On the good news, the woofa has been loving the Stockman Food and stomach has been better. Seems to prefer them soaked in water.


    As others have posted, the grain free one is the one you want. Maybe OP should update as the $67.45 is a good price for that too.


    My previous dog was a big dog, a rotti. He had stomach upsets/ irritations on several commercial dry dog foods. We started cooking our own, he loved it and it settled him right down. Cheap mince beef (buy in bulk), gravy beef bones, rice, carrot, salt, sometimes a little pasta. you can mix in all sorts of other things. Just do a huge pot every two weeks, it doesn't take long.
    Very economical too.

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      We started cooking our own,
      gravy beef bones

      Oh dear. Do NOT feed dogs cooked bones.