Some exciting news for the New Year

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Lurcher Link has been approached by Paws.com and asked if we’d like to take part in their shelter support scheme which would involve them offering us their Canine Choice dog food, free of charge, for all of the shelter dogs for the next 6 months. Plus - not only that but, for every bag of food bought, for their own dog through Paws.com, people can donate a nutritious meal to a dog in need at no extra cost. How fabulous is that????

https://paws.com/giving-back

In return the people at Paws.com have asked us to share details about the dogs we have looking for homes, much as we do anyway through social media and our forum, and when a dog is adopted, make sure we have a Happy Endings story and photo so folk can follow their progress from coming to Lurcher Link to finding their own sofa.

We’ve been using a local brand of Lamb and Sweet Potato kibble over the last couple of years as we’ve found it seems to suit most of the dogs here and Paws.com can offer us a food which is practically the same. We’ve done a bit of a trial run with some of the “sensitive” dogs here and they all seem to really enjoy the Canine Choice lamb food, and most importantly - it doesn’t upset their tums!! There is also a chicken and a salmon variety available with different sized kibble and different protein contents for puppies, adults and senior dogs.

We always give some food away with dogs being adopted out and now we’ll be able to give proper Trial Bags, rather than a carrier bag with kibble in it. Plus we have a personalised discount code : LURCHER30 which offers friends of Lurcher Link a 30% discount off their first big bag of Canine Choice.

So if you’re looking for a tasty and nutritious food for your Lurcher, why not have a look at Canine Choice and submit your dog’s profile to their feeding guide and see what they come up with? I did this for Odd Job and this was the result: https://paws.com/pets/33240/food .

They’ll show you how their food compares to other well known brands such as James Wellbeloved and AATU . You can get a trial size bag without committing yourself to a huge one, just to make sure your dog likes the food. If you’ve got any queries, you can just drop them a line through their site and see if you can find the perfect food for your dog.