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Harringtons Complete

Harringtons Complete

Harringtons have been making a big splash over the last couple of years with large scale advertising campaigns and abundant special offers. Their simple range of dry dog foods is available in most supermarkets and with their claim of being "30%...

Contains less than 30% meat (on a dry matter basis) or meat percentage is unspecified
Contains some common allergy causing ingredients
Contains some cereal grains
Ingredients list is incomplete or unclear
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Maize for dogs - good, bad or just a harmless filler?

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Raw Feeding; blood guts and gore... or NOT?

By Judith Broug, Raw Feeding Rebels

Raw feeding is one of the hottest subjects in pet feeding right now but with no shortage of controversy and misinformation surrounding the subject, the road to raw can seem like a real minefield. But fear not! Judith Broug, founder of Raw Feeding Rebels, is here to dispel the myths and get you started on your raw feeding journey!

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Ingredient focus

Maize / Corn

low grade ingredient
Maize / Corn

Maize (or corn to us Brits) is widely used in dry dog foods as an alternative to grains like rice, oats and barley. Of all of the grains used in dog food, maize is certainly amongst the most...

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06 Oct 2015

Forum moderators wanted
Forum moderators wanted

Do you have what it takes to be an AADF Forum moderator? Of course you do! We're looking for new moderators to help keep our forum the best place for honest, friendly pet advice on the internet. You don't need any moderator experience, just a passion for dogs and some time to spare. If you would like to get involved, please get in touch.

16 Sep 2015

Updates galore!
Updates galore!

Pet foods change all the time - new products, updated recipes, rebranded packaging or just the perpetual price rises, it can be hard to keep up. But don't worry, we're all over it! Amongst our most recent updates and additions are James Wellbeloved, Simpsons, Cesar, Millies Wolfheart, Fleischeslust, Fold Hill, Sainsbury's Basics, Canagan, Pooch & Mutt, Akela, Eden, Forza10, Treats2Sit4, Tribal and Nutriment!

08 Sep 2015

5 Star Millies
5 Star Millies

JWe've been waiting years for a 5 star wet food and now two come along at once. The new wet range from Millies Wolfheart is exceptionally good and although it's not cheap, it is considerably less expensive than any of the other wet food front-runners. If you've used Millies' wet range, please let us know how it went down in the comments section.

19 Aug 2015

Your Forum Needs You
Your Forum Needs You

The All About Dog Food Forum needs your help. It is one of the few places in the UK for friendly, honest pet advice but despite having plenty of posts, replies are quite thin on the ground and without more member input, its days could sadly be numbered. Your opinions and unique experiences might make all the difference to a pet's health so please, if you have a couple of minutes to spare now and then, do drop by and get involved.

01 Aug 2015

The first ever 5 star rated wet dog food
The first ever 5 star rated wet dog food

With top quality ingredients including 66% top quality meat, zero fillers and no nasties at all, Canagan's new tins are about as it good as it gets...

20 Jul 2015

We need your pet insurance tips
We need your pet insurance tips

Finding good pet insurance can be a real nightmare so we're looking for an honest, reliable company to recommend here on the site. If you have any recommendations, experiences (positive or negative) or any other tips for pet insurance noobs, please head over to our Facebook page and join the discussion.

15 Jun 2015

Are you ignoring the warning signs?
Are you ignoring the warning signs?

Contrary to popular belief, issues like itchy skin, regular diarrhoea, excessive wind, runny eyes, constant moulting and hyperactivity are not be a normal part of being a dog. They are, in the vast majority of cases, warning signs that something is wrong with the diet and ignoring warning signs is never a good idea. If you're wondering whether your dog could benefit from a change of food, our Dog Feeding FAQ is a good place to start...

10 Jun 2015

Find the top pooch in your postcode
Find the top pooch in your postcode

Ever wondered what the most popular dog breeds in your local area or Britain as a whole are? Well, the good folks at the BBC have been wondering the same thing...

24 May 2015

Canidae now online!
Canidae now online!

The range of dry foods from US family firm Canidae is now listed. Simple, natural formulas intended to provide "A Healthier Today for a Longer Tomorrow"... see how they stack up on the link above and be sure to let us know what you think in the comments section.

18 May 2015

We're mobile friendly!
We're mobile friendly!

The first of our 'mobile-friendly' pages are now online and will hopefully make it much easier to get your dog food info on the move. If you have a smart phone at hand and a few seconds to spare, please drop by the home page, directory and review pages and let us know what you think...

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All4pets in Banbridge


all4pets is the leading independent pet supplies specialist in the Banbridge area. all4pets stocks a range of foods and accessories for Dogs, Cats, Birds, Small Furries, Wild Birds and Fish..........but mostly we are all about Dogs….and we...

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Re: High protein and hyperactivity

Thank you for the link.  I don't know anything about the author.  It's an interesting article and I have absolutely no argument ...

Dottie · General discussion · Oct 04, 2015, 11:06

Re: High protein and hyperactivity

Stan Rawlinson, the Doglistener has a very interesting website and it is full of interesting advice and well worth spending some...

Seaweed · General discussion · Oct 04, 2015, 08:34

Re: Best food for giant breed puppy

Hi Dizzy65, thanks for posting and apologies for my very late reply. You're absolutely right that the internet is full of claims...

David · Dog foods · Oct 01, 2015, 06:27

Re: HELP! What to feed my cross breed?

Hello and welcome to the forum SarahJane, I don't have anything to add to the advice already given but wanted to say hello and I...

Tinyplanets · Dog foods · Sep 30, 2015, 19:48

Re: whats the best food for a windy french bulldog puppy?

Thanks so much. I'm thinking of trying a raw diet and have found a great supplier. It would be great to be able to feed them the...

carlaandhudson · Dog foods · Sep 30, 2015, 17:20

Re: HELP! What to feed my cross breed?

Often but not always a change of diet can go along way to resolving itching. Feeding a complete raw diet would be my first choic...

Seaweed · Dog foods · Sep 30, 2015, 09:51

Re: HELP! What to feed my cross breed?

Hello and welcome to the forum.  You and your dog seem to be having a rough ride right now. Problems like this are never easy to...

Dottie · Dog foods · Sep 30, 2015, 08:17

HELP! What to feed my cross breed?

HelloLooking for some help please. We have an 18 month old 'accident' cross breed. He is half lab and 1/4 golden retriever / 1/4...

Sarahjanel09 · Dog foods · Sep 29, 2015, 19:02

Re: Dental Plaque

Hi Dottie,I was referring to Virbac Vet Aquadent that is one of the products that appears on the page link you posted. I haven't...

Ards Animal Health · General discussion · Sep 29, 2015, 12:28

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