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Kay Ryan, mother of Trixie

"We have had terrible problems since eating a rawhide chew 7 years ago. All other dried foods and also her old tinned food all made her have horrendous colic like pains which would last about 24hrs. She couldn't eat or drink whilst she was in so much pain and also sickness. We had been feeding a dry Harringtons food recommended by the vet but still there were incidences of colic, and really wanted to try her on a wet food so jumped on the opportunity to try Rockster Superfood. She's absolutely wolfed the food down and from the outset really loved it. The transition period saw changes in her stools, initially looser and darker however 2 weeks in to only Rockster food she is a changed dog. Her manic behaviour has stopped, she's a contented quiet rather than an ill quiet and it is clear this food has settled her. She has not had any usual episodes of colic/upset stomach so we can only hope that her problems have settled down. She's still really loving the food and we've noticed her fur is now so soft and silky."

Kay Ryan, mother of Trixie




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Trilbey Gordon, mother of Axl
I was sceptical but Axl devoured it - like it was a filet mignon! I have never seen him enjoy anything like that before...

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Dr Judy Morgan DVM, CVA, CVCP, CVFT, world renowned author, speaker, and holistic US veterinarian

“Rockster is something that could be life changing”

“A lot of you cook using my recipes because you do not have this option right now”

“This is a Company that are not willing to compromise their standards” “I applaud you!”

“This is not going to be the cheapest food on the shelf but what you are getting is something that we have all been looking for...”

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His Royal Highness PRINCE MICHAEL OF KENT, GCVO President of The Kennel Club

Having been a dog lover all my life and also the owner of a rescue Labrador, I am well aware of the responsibility we have to care for the wellbeing of our dogs, and to look for improvements where we can.

One such avenue is the role that nutrition can play in preventing canine disease and improving their quality of life. This is as true for our pets as it is for us, and it is good to see...

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