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Fish4Dogs Finest Complete Review

Type of food

Complete dry extruded

Dog types

Pet dogs

Breed sizes

Suitable for toy breed dogs
Adult weight 1-4kg. e.g. Chihuahua, Pomeranian, Yorkshire Terrier
Suitable for small breed dogs
Adult weight 4-10kg. e.g. Beagle, Dachshund, Jack Russell
Suitable for medium breed dogs
Adult weight 10-25kg. e.g. Border Collie, Staffie, Springer, Vizsla
Suitable for large breed dogs
Adult weight 25-45kg. e.g. Boxer, Labrador, Greyhound
Suitable for giant breed dogs
Adult weight 45kg+ e.g. Bernese, Great Dane, Mastiff

Dog ages

From 12 months to old age

Pack sizes

1.5kg, 6kg & 12kg bags


12kg bags = £53.50

AADF rating


At a glance

Natural: Free from added artificial preservatives, antioxidants, colourings, flavourings or other controversial synthetic ingredients
Not high in meat: Contains less than 30% meat ingredients (on a dry matter basis) or meat percentage is unspecified
Hypoallergenic: Free from wheat, maize, dairy products, soya products and artificial additives
Clearly labelled: Each ingredient is clearly and individually stated and there is at least a reasonable indication of the percentages of the main ingredients
Certified nutritionally complete: This food complies fully with the complete food nutrient tolerances as recommended by FEDIAF and/or AAFCO

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Mixing bowl:

Ocean White Fish (27%), Potato (23%), Pea Flour (21%), Salmon Meal (12%), Salmon Oil (8.7%), Beet Pulp, Brewers Yeast, Sunflower Oil, Minerals.

As fed (BETA):

Nutritional additives (per kg)

Vitamins: Vitamin a 22, 500 IU, Vitamin D3 1, 800 IU, Vitamin E 700 IU trace Elements: Zinc Chelate of Amino Acid Hydrate 600mg, Copper Chelate of Amino Acid Hydrate 30mg, Calcium Iodate Anhydrous 2.5mg. Antioxidants (Stabilised with Rosemary and Tocopherol-Rich Extracts).

Typical Analysis

Protein 26.0%, Fat 12.0%, Fibre 2.5%, Ash 7.5%, Moisture 8.0%, Omega3 1.80%.

Dry weight nutrients

Above average


Below average

* NFE carbohydrate level (i.e. not including fibre). Level estimated from available data.


12kg bags RRP


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Company info
Name: Fish4Dogs 1919 Fish4Dogs foods listed88 Fish4Dogs treats listed
HQ: Worcestershire, UK
Manufacturer's product description

" Protein from white fish is easily digested making our Finest Ocean White Fish particularly suitable for dogs with a delicate digestion or older dogs with slower digestive systems.

Fish also contains high levels of Omega 3, which aids with coat and skin health and joint mobility.

Fish4Dogs foods are grain free and use potato and pea as the carbohydrate providing a food that has a balanced GI and one that is less likely to cause dietary sensitivity.

'No Quibble Kibble' Guarantee - we are so confident that your dog will love the taste of Fish4Dogs Complete Food, that we will give you your money back if it doesn't. "


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ChocolateVan 9 months ago

Hi. My dog has been on fish4dogs and she lives it. But has recently been diagnosed with oxalate crystals. Is fish4dogs safe for her? Thanks

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ChocolateVan ChocolateVan 9 months ago

She " loves" it.

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Bev k one year ago

Hi my husky has a zinc deficiency is this kibble high zinc content please thanks

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jazzplatohobbes 7 years ago

Interesting comments in your review regarding the percentage of protein in fresh fish - I'm curious to know why this fact seems to be overlooked with foods such as Millies Wolfheart (which also contains fresh fish) and are consequently rated higher?

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All About Dog Food jazzplatohobbes 7 years ago

Hi and thanks for posting. We rate all foods based on exactly the same criteria so fresh meats are scored the same in Fish4Dogs as in Millies Wolfheart and in every other food we list. While meat content is an important part of our rating equation, it is not by any stretch the only factor that effects the score.

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Diane 8 years ago

I'm thinking of using fish4dog but I'm concerned about it containing brewers yeast,my dog seems to get more nervous and barks at the smallest of noises after she has had even the smallest amount of bread,so I'm worried about the yeast. ..can anyone help please.

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Paul Diane 7 years ago

I'd be more concerned with the high carbohydrate content in the food. That's what you get when a food contains 21% potatoes and 19% pea flour and beet pulp. :(

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Laura Brett 9 years ago

Great poo (!), glossy coat and no tummy upsets. We changed over to Millies to save a few pennies, and am regretting it now, as has not agreed with our pooch at all; REALLY smelly poo, anal gland problem (not sure if food related but she has discharge quite a lot now), always scavenging and has started to hunt for poo to eat in the park! I think we will be changing her back to F4D as we had absolutely no problem with it. (no disrespect to Millies food, it just hasn't agreed with our dog!)

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Yumyum 10 years ago

I bought a sack of this in the summer from the stand at a dog show along with some fish skin treats etc I wanted a good quality alternative to raw when I went camping - I was very disappointed with this food as my dogs didn't seem to like it much and it made them extremely thirsty - they needed to drinks a lot more than with other dried foods. The treats are good though

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Virginia Houghton 10 years ago

I can't believe that this only is rated 3.2 it should be 5+ I wouldn't use any thing else for my dog who loves this food and treats and is in top condition think the so called experts need to go back to the drawing board and start giving this brand the rating it deserves .

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Paul Virginia Houghton 7 years ago

I think it's score is generous considering its high carb content.

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Amy Bright-Smith U W 10 years ago

Some one else post this so that good" fish4dogs kibble is not made in china, they have a plant based in Norway where the kibble is produced. the jerky or dried fish skins are sourced from china."

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Amy Bright-Smith U W 10 years ago

Thanks I just been told that fish4dogs is not that good anymore because made in china and full of potato?xxx

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Stan Rawlinson 10 years ago

I am really surprised that an expert rated this so low. I feed my dogs on this food. As a leading Dog behaviourist I am aware of what is good and what is bad I have even written an article called Dog Food and Behaviour.This where I tested lots of brands of food on my dogs. Fish4dogs came out on the latest results as the best. I am concerned about some of the more brands sold in the UK and it is obvious that some brands cause serious behavioural problems in some dogs.

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Amy Bright-Smith U W Stan Rawlinson 10 years ago

Where can I find article? I would love to read it?

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Stan Rawlinson Amy Bright-Smith U W 10 years ago

Hi AmyI am also currently writing an article which will be finished soon on Bakers. But the food and behaviour article is here. The bakers one will be in the same group. http://www.doglistener.co.u...

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Qi Koh Stan Rawlinson 9 years ago

Bought this range about a year ago. My 4 yr old Pom with sensitive stomach and picky appetite was not too keen on eating it. I'd rate it an honest 3. Have switched to Wellness Core and loving it. The Fish4Dogs fish skin treats are extremely popular with my dogs though.

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Romayne Lyness Stan Rawlinson 4 years ago

I read your articles, they are very interesting. It is such a minefield for dog owners with the lack of legislation around what is fed (or processed as food!) for our dogs. This, on top of clever marketing makes it almost impossible to know if you are making the right decision. High protein, less protein? Dodgy statistics, endless contradictory 'research' based on bad science with no 'fair test' rules & we are all left wallowing around in a sea of opinions. Can we really do anything but cross our fingers and hope for the best? I'm not sure we can.

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