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Orijen Adult

Orijen Adult

Before Orijen arrived in the UK, it was the unwritten rule that natural, dry dog foods should have relatively low protein (around 20-25% in adult foods) and a single meat source - too much protein or too many types of meat in a food can only lead to...

Natural
Conatins at least 30% meat (on a dry matter basis)
Contains no common allergy causing ingredients
Free from all cereal grains
Ingredients list is clear and leaves no room for misinterpretation
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Peas and lectins and what they mean for your dog

By David Jackson, AllAboutDogFood.co.uk

Peas and lectins and what they mean for your dog

Peas: a good source of natural nutrients for your pet or the cause of wide ranging health problems from arthritis to diabetes? I have been doing a bit of digging to give you what I hope will be a definitive guide to peas in pet food.

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Chicken

high quality ingredient
Chicken

In pet food, chicken can be used as a fresh meat (fresh chicken, deboned chicken, freshly prepared chicken) or as a pre-prepared, dry meat meal (chicken meal, dried chicken, dehydrated chicken). When...

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27 Mar 2015

Top marks for Natural Instinct!
Top marks for Natural Instinct!

The new Country Banquet range from Natural Instinct is about as good as commercial dog food gets. The perfect combination of fresh, raw, British meat and highly nutritious veg, fruits and botanicals and nothing else. No wonder it gets our maximum rating of 5 out of 5!

26 Mar 2015

Huntland dog food now online
Huntland dog food now online

Huntland's new grain free range provide 50% meat, 50% vegetables, fruit and botanicals and is marketed as "the perfect complete and balanced diet for all dogs". But does it live up to the hype? Click on the link above to find out...

05 Mar 2015

Naturo now listed
Naturo now listed

The Naturo range is finally listed on the Dog Food Directory! Thanks for your patience with this one. It's made in Ireland, sold in Tesco and is probably the best dog food yet to make it into UK supermarkets. Let us konw what you think in the comments section

26 Feb 2015

500 forum members!
500 forum members!

Everyday more and more dedicated pet parents and pet care professionals are joining our brand new forum to share their pet questions, comments and stories and we'd love for you to join us! Sign up is quick and free and you can start contributing right away. We hope we'll see you there!

11 Feb 2015

New kids on the block: Devoted and Chilvers!
New kids on the block: Devoted and Chilvers!

With the start of another new year, new pet food companies seem to be springing up all over the place! We've rated two of the brand new UK foods that are hoping to make a splash in 2015, Devoted and Chilvers

06 Feb 2015

Updates galore!
Updates galore!

Dog foods change all the time. Packaging, prices and, most importantly, formulas are altered so often that keeping on top of things can be a real headache. Well, we're here to help. Just sort our Dog Food Directory by 'recently updated' to see all of the changes as they happen. Our latest updates include More, Advanced Nutrition, Fishmonger's Finest, Wainwright's, Collards and Green Dog.

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Inner Wolf in Redruth

Inner Wolf

Inner Wolf is a Independent Natural Pet Food Store, specialising in Biologically Appropriate Nutrition & Natural Health Care for your...

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