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Fish4Dogs Finest Puppy 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 weaning to 12 months

Pack sizes

1.5kg, 6kg & 12kg bags


12kg bags = £74.99

AADF rating


At a glance

Natural: Free from added artificial preservatives, antioxidants, colourings, flavourings or other controversial synthetic ingredients
High meat content: Contains at least 30% meat ingredients (on a dry matter basis)
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:

White Fish (27%), Potato (20%), Pea Starch, Salmon Meal (16%), Salmon Oil (10%), Beet Pulp, Brewers Yeast, Sunflower Oil, Minerals.

As fed (BETA):

Nutritional additives (per kg)

Vitamin a (Retinyl Acetate) 22500 IU, Vitamin D3 900 IU, Vitamin E (All-Rac-Alpha-Tocopherol Acetate) 700 IU, Taurine 1 G, Iodine (Calcium Iodate, Anhydrous) 1.6 mg.

Technological additives

Antioxidants: Stabilised with Tocopherol-Rich Extracts..

Typical Analysis

Protein 30.0%, Fat 14.0%, Fibre 2.3%, Ash 7.0%, Moisture 8.0%, Omega3 2.30%.

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

" Fish4Dogs Finest puppy has even higher fish levels providing a high protein complete food ideal growing puppies.

The marine sourced Omega 3 from fish makes it an ideal food for puppies, with Omega 3 being important for:

Maintaining coat and skin health

Development of joints and supporting brain development

Aiding nerve formation and skin integrity in the early stages of development.

Protein from fish is easily digestible making it especially suitable for dogs with developing digestive systems, allowing puppies to extract full nutritional value from their food.

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. Applies to 1.5kg only. "


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Catherine Grose 9 years ago

I really like this food. The large size makes it great for slow feeding from a ball. It is a little smelly, which i like to think makes it lass bland and therefore tastier for my dog. We started using this food as we had a selection of their free sample bags. They worked well as puppy training treats (smelly but gentle on stomach) so we moved over to them as real food. I've found the company very helpful and they have quickly answered my questions (e.g. We are transitioning onto the adult superior and i wanted to know if i should do it slowly or if they are similar enough recipes to make a simple switch, They said transition gradually as if it is a new food). As for the other topic discussed here I thought heavy metals were more of an issue in salmon (and oily fish) than white fish as salmon are at the top of the food chain?

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Stan Rawlinson 10 years ago

Dogs evolved around 15000 years ago, When we changed from hunter gatherer to hunter farmer. Nomadic to static.Nearly all these earlier settlements were beside the sea, where fish was the staple diet of humans and therefore dogs. they fed off our detritus and faeces that obviously were very fish rich.Japan has some of the oldest people in the World. They are famous for being long lived. their diet is very much fish based. My dogs like fish4dogs and as working gundogs they do very well on it.It depends on where the fish are sourced with regard to heavy metals, dioxins and PCB's.I happen to know that fish4dogs are sourced in Norway, some of the cleanest and best fish come from around that coast.

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Slowlycatchymonkey Stan Rawlinson 10 years ago

What they ate in the past isn't relevant to the levels of pollutants that presently exist in
fish. Nor did anyone that long ago keep records of a dogs lifespan or cause of death. Even if they did it wouldn't be relevant to what eating fish everyday could do to you now.Norways farmed fish also contains pollutants, maybe at a lower level but they are there and I would still question the sense of feeding even low level dioxins, PCB's and heavy metals to my dogs every day. We could discuss Norways fish farms having higher environmental standards, cleaner water lower drug residues but it would be skirting around the main issue- does it contain potentially harmful pollutants- yes, does repeatedly consuming pollutants increase risk to health-yes.I understand that people make an emotional investment in choosing a dog
food (either that or you work for them?) and once committed like to
think they have made the best choice so remain loyal but just google any
of the above points and see for yourself. Dog food seems to be a very
contentious issue with everyone claiming they know whats best based on
some theory about how dogs ate in the past or dodgy science proving
something and nothing. For me if its not fit for consumption on a daily basis for humans I wouldn't feed it to my dogs.
Got to go my fish pies nearly ready ;-D

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Slowlycatchymonkey 10 years ago

Interesting that nobody questions feeding a dog fish every day when even
the government guidelines recommend limiting intake due to heavy
metals, dioxins and PCB's.
"A woman of child bearing age should limit their intake to 1-2 portions of oily fish per week, a pregnant woman just once a week maximum and a man or boy no more than 2-3. "
Anyhow for anyone interested in not toxing their dog up (and for any nay-sayers following this comment just google it) the conservative uk government guidelines are available for all to see.

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