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Lukullus Adult Dry Review

Type of food

Complete dry cold pressed

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 & 10kg bags

RRP

10kg bags = £35.99

AADF rating

74%

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
Not clearly labelled:

It is difficult to tell exactly what is in this food due to a lack of labelling clarity.

Certified nutritionally complete: This food complies fully with the complete food nutrient tolerances as recommended by FEDIAF and/or AAFCO

Price per day

£

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Nutrition

Composition

Mixing bowl:

26% Chicken Meat (Dried and Ground), 13% Wholegrain Rice (Ground), 13% Wholegrain Maize, Potato (Dried and Ground), 5% Rapeseed Oil (Cold-Pressed), 4% Trout (Dried and Ground), Dried Seaweed, Linseed, Beetroot, Beet Pulp, 3.5% Dried Herbs, 2% Dried Pears, 2% Dried Apples, 1.5% Hemp Oil, 1% Fish Oil, Millet, Gelatine, Caraway, Milk Thistle Seeds, Clay, 0.5% Mussel Meat Extract from Perna Canaliculus, Yucca Schidigera (Dried and Ground), Dried Egg

As fed (BETA):

Nutritional additives (per kg)

Vitamin a 10000 IU, Vitamin C 140mg, Vitamin D3 1000 IU, Vitamin E (All Rac Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate) 200mg, Vitamin B1 (Thiamine Mononitrate) 3.5mg, Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 7mg, Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine Hydrochloride) 4.2mg, Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) 42mcg, Biotin 210mcg, Folic Acid 0.35mg, Niacin 21mg, Calcium D Pantothenate 7mg, Choline Chloride 1050mg, Manganese (Manganese II Oxide) 48mg, Copper (Copper II Oxide) 10mg, Zinc (Zinc Oxide) 62.5mg, Iodine (Calcium Iodate Anhydrous) 1.6mg.

Technological additives

Diatomaceous Earth 5000mg.

Typical Analysis

Protein 24.0%, Fat 10.0%, Fibre 5.4%, Ash 6.9%, Sodium 0.37%, Calcium 1.20%, Phosphorus 0.90%.

Energy

332.0 kcal/100g

Dry weight nutrients

Above average

Average

Below average

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

Pricing

10kg bags RRP

£35.99

Grams per day

0g

Cost per day

£

Approved supplier:

Zooplus.co.uk

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Manufacturer's product description

" Lukullus Cold Pressed Chicken with Trout is a premium complete dry dog food. It provides your pet with a great-tasting, balanced meal, packed with vital nutrients. The cold pressing process helps the food to retain its natural flavour and essential nutrients. No artificial additives are necessary because nature provides everything that your dog needs.

Lukullus dry food recipes have been lovingly crafted using only top-quality ingredients which appeal to the palates of dogs with good taste. Tender chicken meat is rich in animal proteins and trout is source of protein and omega 3 fatty acids. They are combined with brown rice and fruits such as pears and apples. Lukullus dry food delivers an optimal combination of vitamins and minerals. The enriching nutritious oils contribute to the health of your dog’s coat and skin. This dry dog food is easy to digest and only contains natural preservatives. "

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JOOLZ P 6 days ago

Have any of you had any success treating allergy/dermatitis type skin issues for your dog? Our 8 year old rescue has real ear/skin issues lately and we have tried everything to help. Lukullus cold pressed has been recommended and we are hoping for a miracle - he is quite miserable right now. Any comments and confirmation of success would be hugely appreciated :) . thank you <3

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Paige-Olivia Hall one month ago

Lukullus is a fantastic food and a firm favourite with my dogs who do very well on this. I would love to see a review & rating on the lamb & duck food as I can't see one.

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Lorraine Robinson one month ago

Wanted to give my dog some well balanced dog food after doing a web search found this, my 1 year old yorkie poo won’t eat it! And the pellets are that big and hard I can’t even chop them up and mix with something else!

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Paige-Olivia Hall Lorraine Robinson one month ago

Soak it in a bit of water or broth and it'll soften up to mix it with a wet food.

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Ieuan Watkins 8 months ago

The rating seems a little bit harsh on this food for the beef and duck/lamb varieties where the meat proportion is higher and maize content much lower.

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Fliss08 9 months ago

My boys have been on the angus beef and duck version for a while and very pleased with it but Zooplus has not had this in stock for a while now and had to switch to the duck and lamb and then the beef and trout... dogs not so keen on these two, hope they get it back in soon

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Ade Naiu 11 months ago

I have recently bought a bag of kibbles, the one with duck and lamb. My 4 dogs tolerate it well, but my problem is the difference in kcal they provide online-3585/kg, and the one printed on the bag 3289/kg. I have contacted the customer service support, but no feedback so far…

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Ade Naiu Ade Naiu 11 months ago

I have got a reply, in which they admitted the info about kcal on printed bags and online info of the item about kcal might not be updated, but things will be ok in the future…

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Ade Naiu Ade Naiu 10 months ago

I have got the final reply on June 25th. Lamb+ duck has 3.289 kcal.

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Fliss08 one year ago

I use the Angus beef and Duck for my two shih tzu cross boys (one 11 and the other 15) and I can honestly say this agrees with them more then any other food they have had, the older one of mine has intolerances to several things now but not to any of the ingredients here, its a very reasonable price on zooplus. I worried the chunky pieces might be a problem for smaller dogs but not at all, I mix in a little Lukullus wet food mostly the Duck and Veal grain free and they clean their bowls . No gassiness and firm poos. excellent ingredients at a price better then most.

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El Pistolero 5 years ago

I have an American bulldog and until now I have fed him with Purina Pro Plan. But I'm not happy with this food. The fur looks in a bad condition and falls very much. Is there an American Bulldog owner that could recomand me this food?:D I would be very grateful for a helpful answer.

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Deb El Pistolero 4 years ago

i mix duck and lamb version with forthglade just 90( all varieties )and both my labradors have beautiful soft shiny coats,hope this is helpful

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El Pistolero Deb 4 years ago

thx alot. But i dont understand how is this food hypoallergenic if it contains chicken? I know from my vet that food with chicken is not hypoallergenic

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El Pistolero El Pistolero 4 years ago

only lamb and fish can be hypoallergenic

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Ally El Pistolero 4 years ago

When it come to meat it is usually pork and/or beef that a Hypoallergenic food does not contain amongst other ingredients that usually cause allergies, my dog has always been on a Hypoallergenic diet (7 years) and i have never known a food to be classed as Hypoallergenic because it does not have chicken.

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Deb El Pistolero 4 years ago

i think one of the marcus muhle cold pressed(could be black angus) doesn't have any chicken in it ,look on zooplus,other than that i don't know,sorry i can't help further

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Janet 5 years ago

I’ve had my dog for 5 years. He was a 2-year old Spanish rescue when he first came & he just would not eat regular kibble, high end or cheap & nasty.
It took me nearly a year to find Lukullus & I bought the trial-sized packs in all ingredients. He chose Barbary duck & lamb & we’ve never looked back. I mix it with a bit of raw (adjusting the portion size of course) & it’s a clean dish every time. He’s not keen on the biggest bits but I just snap them in half with my fingers.
Smaller firm poops, no smelly wind.

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Robert Clegg 8 years ago

After trying Applaws, which I probably is the better food, for about a year i was fed up with spending a lot of money and it being left all the time. When I found this food which was only slightly less quality, and my dog doesn't seem to be intolerate to grain, which is only thing that gets marked down on this food. We used to mix both foods with treats to get him to eat it but after a telling off from Vets for weight we stopped all treats and only fed this. He now eats it most of the time and his movements are a lot more consistent and easy to pick up. He never eats a full portion so goes even further and he is vibrant and healthy. Can't be beaten for the price..

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Robert Clegg Robert Clegg 8 years ago

After persevering with no treats he now finishes the bowl every day - great price and quality ... won't be changing..

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Robert Clegg Robert Clegg 6 years ago

Another update - still using this and just superb - feed so little so lasts a long time - and Milo jumps around every meal time

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Justina 10 years ago

I think it's a great food. I've been feeding my dog a mixture of lukullus and origen for over 2 years and all his allergies and health problems disappeared. Charlie (my dog) always picks this food to eat first, so it must be highly palatable. His eyes, skin and coat really cleared out while on this. Highly recommended

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Nicole Lester 10 years ago

I've tried my two dogs on this food for just over a month, and I really like the improvement that I've seen in their faeces, their smell, their energy and their general health. This is especially prevalent in my 10 year old Jack Russell Terrier, Alfie, as he suffers from colitis and this is the best food he has tried so far for his tum.However, I am not convinced about the kieselgur and clay in the food. There has been very little research done on the effects of kieselgur if eaten, but it can be very hazardous if inhaled. Clay was used in ancient medicine for treatment of digestive ailments, but it was only ever used as a short-term remedy. Because of this, I am unsure about using the food long term but prefer to use it in conjunction with another food (swapping between the two, giving breaks from the Lukullus).Overall, this food is very good and I would recommend it for a 'detox', but would be more trustworthy long-term if there had been more research done on the short and long-term effects of kieselgur and clay on the canine digestive system first. 3/5.

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