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Burns Pet Nutrition Tops Poll For Best Loved Dog Food As Voted By Which? Users
Pioneering pet food brand Burns Pet Nutrition has also been recognised as the brand offering the best value
Leading healthy pet food company Burns Pet Nutrition has topped the latest Which? Consumers’ Association poll for best loved dog food as voted by Which? Users for the second year running.
Last year, Burns came joint top of 24 dog food brands, but have gone one better this year as the clear winner out of 30 dog food brands.
Not only have pet owners deemed Burns their favourite dog food but Burns also works out as the cheapest to feed and one of the top options for dog owners whose pets had a sensitive stomach.
The survey highlights
“Which? Members’ favourite dog food brands from best to worst (ranked by overall customer score). We also ask them to rate value for money, quality ingredients and their dog’s reaction to the food.”
Burns offers natural nutrition for pets that won’t break the bank. Its high value, healthy dog food is hypoallergenic, wholesome, and made using a single protein source, making it suitable for adult and senior dogs of any breed.
Founded and developed by veterinary surgeon John Burns in 1993, Burns Pet Nutrition launched an all-natural, hypoallergenic pet food that focusses on using a handful of simple and wholesome ingredients without the use of cheap fillers, nasty chemicals or mystery meats.
Since then, Burns has expanded its offering to include a variety of award-winning diets designed to suit all ages, breeds and individual needs, with ingredients that can be clearly identified and traced back to the source.
Alongside Burns’ belief that all dogs, cats and small furry family members deserve only the best nutrition to live a long and healthy life, it also supports a range of community initiatives and charities.
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