Storage Questions

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    what do people use to store dry food?
    Any containers?
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    I keep sacks of food in the under stairs cupboard, but I fill plastic containers, (holding about ten pounds), which live in a kitchen base unit. You can buy metal dog food bins with loose lids, but I like the flip tops on the plastic ones.
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    Bruno had his own cupboard for his accessories and food and I always kept the food in their bags but also 3 different labels of the 3 flavours at the front of the cupboard as his food was weighed weekly and stored in freezer bags with seals and lined up by each flavour.
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    I use a food grade, airtight, heavy duty plastic container, with a rubber gasket. Mine will hold a 30 lb bag of food. I wash them out periodically. These keep the food very fresh, and the dogs can’t help themselves to the bag... I live in the US but I’d imagine you can find something similar in the UK, or order from amazon, chewies or similar site 9DFED097-42C2-423D-B443-AEC5B96CAEB0.jpeg 0198D172-7651-4A51-A4AD-7677130B49CF.jpeg
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    All dry food [kibble] and treats should be kept in air-tight sealable containers where any rodents and/or insects cannot get at them.

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