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Canagan Dry All Breeds

Type of food

Dry extruded complete

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 old age

Pack sizes

2kg, 6kg & 12kg bags

RRP

12kg bags = £67.99

Nutritional rating

85%

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 all ingredients that are regularly linked by veterinarians to food allergies and/or intolerance in dogs like 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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Composition

Mixing bowl:

Freshly Prepared Free Range Chicken (26%), Dried Free Range Chicken (25%), Sweet Potato, Peas, Potato, Pea Protein, Alfalfa, Chicken Fat (3.1%), Dried Egg (3.1%), Chicken Gravy (1.6%), Salmon Oil (1.2%), Minerals, Vitamins, Glucosamine (1000 mg/kg), MSM (1000 mg/kg), Apple, Carrot, Spinach, Psyllium, Seaweed, Fructooligosaccharides, Chondroitin (700 mg/kg), Camomile, Peppermint, Marigold, Cranberry, Aniseed, Fenugreek.

As fed (BETA):

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Typical Analysis

Crude Protein 33.00%, Fat Content 17.00%, Crude Fibre 3.50%, Crude Ash 9.00%, Moisture 8.50%, Omega 6 2.80%, Omega 3 0.90%, Calcium 1.86%, Phosphorus 1.42%.

Nutritional additives (per kg)

Vitamin A 16,250 IU, Vitamin D3 2,000 IU, Vitamin E 240 IU, Ferrous Sulphate Monohydrate 641 mg, Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate 400 mg, Manganous Sulphate Monohydrate 141 mg, Cupric Sulphate Pentahydrate 46 mg, Calcium Iodate Anhydrous 3.14 mg, Sodium Selenite 0.53 mg.

Dry weight nutrients

Above average

Average

Below average

Pricing

12kg bags RRP

£67.99

Grams per day

0g

Cost per day

£

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Name: Symply Pet Food
HQ: Buckinghamshire, UK
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Manufacturer's product description

" Canagan Free-Run Chicken is a special grain free dog food formulated by our experts to deliver nutrition, close to their ancestral diet, with the correct ratio of protein to carbohydrate and a host of vegetables and botanicals.

This carefully balanced, nutrient dense formula will excite your dog's taste buds and give them the abundance of highly digestible protein demanded by their evolutionary needs. "

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Dominic McPherson 3 years ago

We've used Canagan with our two cats for a couple years now, along with a half pouch of wet food twice a day which seems to work very well with them: super glossy coats, healthy and vital - a bit too blooming vital with one of them tbh, she's a little minx!!Anyway, we're getting a Golden Retriever in October and the messages out there re. food are so confusing. I'd like to use the Canagan dog food because it's worked for us before and I trust them, but I'm also reading that Goldies need grain too, that its absence can lead to taurine deficiencies and even heart disease! Looking at the possibility of a BARF (Biologically Appropriate Raw Food) too, but that's even more controversial. Any owners out there with some direct experience? We need to get this right...

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cartes Dominic McPherson a year ago

as I understand it, it's what they replace the cereal with that is a problem. all no cereal foods seem to contain peas or lentils, they need the starch to make the kibble, and these would be the problem. Will the pet food industry please keep up with latest research on the consequences of this type of food and CORRECT COURSE, otherwise I will stick to home made food for my dogs and others may do the same. I think their sales will PLUMMET if they do not act quickly to get the correct, science researched ingredients in their products.

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Sam Dominic McPherson 3 years ago

I have a 7 month old Goldie who was on grain free Aatu originally. We switched over to Canagan Free Range chicken which is also grain free and it's done her well. Our vet said both foods are fantastic for Goldies and grains are usually a filler as opposed to actually having any decent nutritional value. Its also hard for dogs to digest.

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Linda Upton 3 years ago

Interesting that some of you have had success with Canagan...I have a Labrador aged 2...he wont eat it and will spit it out!!!..in fact he wont eat most dog foods except Orijen on a good day....I am at my wits end as to where to go next with food as we have tried loads of brands....

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Sam Linda Upton 3 years ago

Have you tried a food like Forthglade? It's my go to when my older dog who is a lab x collie isn't in the mood. It's a wet food so is more appealing at times, especially during summer.

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Caroline Mitchell Linda Upton 3 years ago

Hi. I have a poodle cross who is fussy eater. I worried for the first year trying most brands dry, wet & raw.
Then I had a word with myself! She’s just not a greedy dog. She’s slim, we’ve just got used to fat dogs. The vets happy with her.
I choose good quality dry food supplemented with some grated cheese, chicken or beef & leave her to it. If she’s hungry she’ll eat it. She does get bored so I rotatate brands every other bag. I confess her treats are probably too nice & that probably created the problem. Now, if no dinner eaten no “pudding”. ( I’m not 100% on that rule I confess) The only other thing I did was move her food tray to near where we eat, so all the pack eats together.
If your dog doesn’t have any health issues & the vets happy with the dog. I’d recommend a similar approach. When they’re hungry they will eat. Don’t give titbits from your plate & treats.
Or you could do what my neighbor does which is cook chicken veggies & potatoes every day for his Yorky, but the dog still doesn’t eat every day, dogs a bit chunky though so I figure he’s self regulating. Best of luck!

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Romayne Lyness Caroline Mitchell a year ago

Complete sense... great post. :)

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TVD1864 3 years ago

I rarely ever post reviews but I am compelled to do so on this occasion.I have tried many brands for my dogs over the years: Pedigree, Bakers, Vitalin, Royal Canin, Greenacres etc as well as a RAW dietNow both of my dogs have always been fussy eaters, it has always taken them all day to clear their bowls. Since moving them on to Canagan and feeding them 2 meals a day, their bowls are empty within 5 minutes! They look forward to breakfast and tea time each day.My Akita suffers with Pemphigus Foliaceus and since being on Canagan he has not had to have any steroids and has had no breakouts. There has been no heat in his feet and no scabs. He is no longer depressed and shaking under my dining room table. He is like a puppy again, full of energy and running riot around the house.My DBM x at 11 years old was looking extremely old, his coat dull and his muscle tone wasting. He has suffered with skin irritations for a few years as well. His coat is now gleaming, his teeth are pure white, his muscles are more defined, his eyes are shinning and his skin irritation has gone!I cannot praise this brand enough, it has made a huge difference to both of my dogs and we will never look back! I would highly recommend this to anyone, my fussy boys truly love it. Happy dogs means a happy me :D

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diplodocus 3 years ago

Our 3 year old pug had anal gland issues until we switched to Canagan about a year ago.Since switching to Canagan he no longer has anal gland issues and has a lovely shiny thick coat as an added bonus! Clearly a good quality product.

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Downton Dave 3 years ago

Our 7yr old Lab/Jack Russell cross (yes, I know!) has had two or three anal gland issues recently so we decided to look at other foods for him to try and firm up his stools. Canagan has worked superbly well so far. We don't feed it to him exclusively yet but are weaning him onto it by giving him 100g twice a day mixed with 200g x2 of tinned dog meat, carrot and oats. His stools have firmed up, he now only goes once a day and is fit and healthy and running around like a two year old.

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Debbie Jayne 3 years ago

I have just started my 5 year old jack Russell on Canagan. He seems to love it. I am concerned about how much to feed him to keep his weight in check. On his original food (Royal Canin) I gave him 60g a Day recommended by Vet. Pet store suggested 50g on Canagan. Is this correct as the packaging is very confusing and too vague? I want to keep him around 7kg in weight.

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Nina Merry 4 years ago

Purchased this from Pets Corner for our 15 week old Cocker Spaniel. He's been on this since he was 11 weeks as he was on poor quality food before hand. At first it helped his stomach but now he is back to being the same, runny poos, coat is still looking dull. I currently feed him 3x a day but I don't think it's doing him any good! Such a shame as I did have high hopes for the food.

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Sam Nina Merry 3 years ago

Did you change it gradually over a week or two or all at once?

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Jane Connolly 4 years ago

How much should i feed my 13kg corgi x the amounts on the bag are confusing. I am just gradually changing him over

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Becky Watkins Jane Connolly 4 years ago

325g per day

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Jane Connolly Becky Watkins 4 years ago

The staff emailed me with a start of 120gms i have now increased to 150gms. My lovely rescue corgi x is doing so well on this. His dandruff has gone. His toileting regular and firm. He is like a puupy enjoying play and toys. His coat is shiney and not shedding so much. He was subdued. And did not seem to know how to play. Thank you Canagan for replying promptly. And giving sound good correct advice. I think the reccommendation given here of 325 gm would give my poor corgi x a heart attack.

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sjg 4 years ago

ps, its also a good source of dietry fibre.

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sjg 4 years ago

Pea protein is added as a source of copper, without which Iron cannot be absorbed and used by the body;without copper even a dog with normal iron levels can develop anaemia. its also needed for the normal pigmentation of skin and hair and the formation and activity of red blood cells. a dog can be susceptable to bone disorders, loss of stability and strength of the bone collagen.

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jessica 4 years ago

I have a German Shepherd who can't stomach chicken or grain, she will vomit blood and have terrible diarrhoea... eventually after trying all kinds of different things I tried can again country game, she hasn't been sick since. She loves the country game, lamb and Scottish salmon. It really has been such a life saver as she can't stomach wet food or raw food either so my options were limited but luckily this works fantastic... my whippet loves it too!

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John Seymour 4 years ago

I have an 8 month old Chi cross and she had been fed on Iam's Puppy Food, but one day she just didn't seem to enjoy it anymore. Went to my local pet store and after much debate decided to try Canagan's Small Breed (Chicken). Well, my dog absolutely adores it, in fact so much so that when it's feeding time, she takes a running leap from the other side of the kitchen and bounces me with her front paws. I would highly recommend this, although I am aware that not one size fits all...

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Lynne Tester 4 years ago

My 19 week old pup is on Purina Pro Plan Robust Puppy at the moment. He started off on Royal Canin Starter Mother and Baby by his breeder. Having been advised to look at this website I am keen to change him to a healthier diet that might help calm his occasional hyper behaviour! Our puppy trainer recommended this, among a few other brands but I'm concerned about a few of the high protein and upset stomach comments. He doesn't seem to have a sensitive stomach, although being so young we haven't tried him with too much apart from fresh chicken. I realise many of those comments were a while ago now but with so many foods around I want to make the right choice for him now and as he gets older.

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Tiffany Fidler Rapp 4 years ago

I'm in the US and I special order Canagan because my Dane does amazing on it.

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Tony Cruse Tiffany Fidler Rapp 4 years ago

It's not too dissimilar to Orijen which would be closer to you and involve less shipping.

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Tiffany Fidler Rapp Tony Cruse 4 years ago

My dogs don't like orijen. Plus this is the only food my dog doesn't chokeep on. I also only pay 80 a bag my feed store orders it for me.

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isabelle leybourne 4 years ago

My dog is fed raw food at the moment but he's going off it quite a bit he went on a hunger strike for a week before he ate a bit of raw meat vet said there was nothing wrong with him he had blood tests done etc. I'm now chucking away so much raw each week because he won't eat . I'm not that keen in kibble and my dog didn't do great on it used to poo loads 4-5 times a day very bad poos he was on everything from barking heads to Lily's kitchen , never heard of canagan till now read loads of reviews at it seem good 😊 has any one had experience with changing their dog from raw back to kibble how did you do it without messing up their stomach my dog has a super sensitive stomach

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C Tickner isabelle leybourne 4 years ago

Yes, Canagan is execellent for my dog who is an F1 cockerpoo, 13 months old and they can be very hyper. She is also a fussy eater. We tried her on all sorts Natures way which she got bored of due to being very plain after a while and then Bakers dry mix. This was not good at all and the colour in the food made her hyper. We have now been using Canagan with her for a couple of months, this has helped her we was also advised to give her raw chicken wings or ribs three times a week, which she enjoys. This diet she likes and no longer gets bored with her food. Sometimes we will put warm water on the Canagan just for a change. A really good product and we are sticking with this for the time being... Best of Luck

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Sam Nicholls 5 years ago

Both my pups love this one is fussy and alot of the foods I've given them to try he will not even touch. My other pup is a little sensitive we tried acana and the list of ingredients compared to this food was quite a difference. My only suggestion would be that they made more than one flavour in the large breed

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Super_Schnauzer 5 years ago

We have 3 Mini Schnauzers, aged from 5 months to 2 years, all fed previously on Pedigree tinned meat. Having read some bad stories about what was in it, seeing inconsistant stools, and as there was lots of wastage with un-eaten food, we tried them on a Nutriment "meat only" diet after reading lots of good things about it on the internet. Although they all absolutely adored it, unfortunately, all 3 had bad reactions and developed haemorragic gastroenteritis. I know most vets are "anti" raw meat, but they blamed the food after our eldest had 2 bouts of illness and was later admitted to hospital and treate don a drip - she's since made a full recovery. All 3 of our mini's were put on the Royal Canin kibble from the vet, and all 3 developed itchy paws (which they were constantly licking and chewing) and some weepy eyes. Since moving onto the Canagan chicken variety recommended by our local garden centre pet shop concession, the itchy paws are history, their stools are fine and all 3 literally wolf the Canagan down as keenly as they did with the raw meat food. I think we've found a winner, although we're hoping in time that the weepy eyes clear up, watch this space.

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sandra shorland 6 years ago

My 8 month old labrador was recently switched to Canagan.What a difference her rash has disappeared her poop is firm and she woofs it down with no encouragement .Her coat is beautiful and shiny also this food works out not as expensive as it appears because the dog needs less of it.

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Amy 6 years ago

My dog and I love Canagan. I decided to change him onto Canagan at 10 weeks old due to lots of runny poos on the brand he came to us from the breeder on and wow we have never looked back!. My dog is a yellow Labrador and his coat is luminous, he is in fantastic health and is complimented regularly on how great he looks when we are out and about. Also big bonus is fully formed stools that barely have any odour at all!. Well done Canagan on a fantastic food!.

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Tanz 6 years ago

Terrible. Made my two Chihuahuas scratch like mad, bum scoot and made tearstains much worse withun a week of starting this. After six weeks, switched to orijen and already seeing improvements even though we're only halfway through the transition.

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Kathy Elizabeth 6 years ago

This is my first review for about 3 years, but I am compelled to let everyone know our story with this food.Quite honestly, this is the best food on the Market. My two girls are Labradors, we have tried many foods - beta, Eukanuba, royal canin, Aatu, Orijen, wagg, vitalin, you name it we've tried it. One of my girls suffers quite badly from a type of dermatitis, and has bouts of sickness due to abnormal levels of acid in her stomach. She has always eaten her own poo and other dogs poo, we have tried everything to stop this, right down to behavioral therapy.
Upon trying Canagan, my girls coat cleared up within 1 month and no longer has the sickness from high acidity. She instantly stopped eating poo also. This is a huge change as we have been suffering with these issues for the last 2 years. Both of their coats are shiny, no scurf and eyes are bright. Their energy levels are up, and no longer tire as much on walks. Its a slow release energy and that's whats important.We decided that after the wonderful results that we had with our adult dogs, we would try a litter of pups on Canagan to see how they got on, and I can quite honestly say, I have NEVER seen a litter of puppies look this good.
The poo is almost black, which is quite amazing, after litters of pups with yellow/brownish poop that isn't really firm and difficult to clean up, our pups have had solid poo from 5 weeks on wards. When you have a litter of 10 puppies running around, solid stools are quite literally the holy grail!
They are at an amazing weight, all are super healthy and their coats and eyes are just fantastic. They are learning very quickly, which I put down to the amount of protein helping their little brains develop. All are doing sit, paw, lay down, stay, are nearly house trained, at 8 weeks old.
Our best results have been with the Game variety and the Salmon, but they prefer Chicken the most. Typically!As a little side note about the price, yes it is a little more expensive than most, however, our dogs are our family.There are barely any regulations when it comes to pet food manufacture, there could be meat derivatives in there from laboratory animals for all we know (there are a few of these out there, without naming any names, please research!).
It really is a false economy to be feeding our dogs a cheaper food, that comes at the expense of their health further down the line. I personally would be much happier paying a little more for better food, than being faced with a life changing decision at the vets when they are older. You can't go back to when they were younger and invest in a better food :(
Besides, we would spend more than 88p per day on our children, why not for our other babies?If you haven't yet tried this food, just buy one bag and see the difference in the stools after a month. The proof will be sitting right in front of you, wagging its tail!

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nicki 6 years ago

My miniature schnauzer pup was initially being fed Purina by his breeder, which I was told was rubbish, I was recommended to put him on James Wellbeloved, but found out they were taken over by the same company who make Pedigree Chum and the ingredients were also poor. I decided to do some research on healthy dog foods and moved him slowly onto Orijen, but can't believe how costly this. I finally got there in the end with Canagan. Oscar loves it, plus it's grain free and cheaper than Orijen. Highly recommended :)

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Rob Staves nicki 6 years ago

I'm really pleased to hear your miniature schnauzer is doing so well on Canagan Nicki. How much do you pay for it including delivery?

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Misa 7 years ago

I don't write reviews very often but I am so impressed with Canagan I will do on this occasion. We have been feeding a 5 star raw food with good results (not excellent!) We have two adult dogs and a puppy and the pup had some issues with the raw (on and off runny poo's and lack of appetite). This food suits them all! No runny stools, lovely coats (even our non dog loving neighbour commented on the dogs!) and just very happy dogs.

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Janine Tozer 7 years ago

Our German Shepherd Luna, loves Canagan and we have seen such a difference since she's been on it. She is leaner, has a wonderful coat and always looks healthy. Her stools are much better and she only goes 1-2 times a day. She is oversized to begin with but she has lost 8 kilos and has oodles of energy even at nearly 7 years old. Salmon is her favourite but she bounces at mealtimes for any of the flavours. Great value for a high quality food.

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Tim Manton 7 years ago

I cannot speak highly enough about this dog food!, in
fact as far as I'm concerned it's miracle food! We have three Border Collies,
two 8 month old & one 8 year old, the little ones are sisters (not from the
older one).The older one I'd fed on the standard Pedigree Chum &
Royal Canin since I had her, I then started to have lots of problems with her
in as much as whenever she exercised she would end up lame for a day or two. I
ended up taking her to the vets and after X-rays they diagnosed hip dysplasia
& spondolosis of the spine, I was a bit shocked to be honest and resigned
myself that she would have the rest of her life with a more 'gentle' lifestyle!I then read an article on 'what are we feeding our dogs'
which basically slated the big dog food manufacturers which then lead me to
this site, well I was flabbergasted!, what I thought I had been feeding (decent
food) was evidently not!With the imminent arrival of the two new girls I took the
plunge and changed to Canagan, well, unbelievable!, the older one within 3
weeks was a different dog!, more vibrant, well looking and simply a new lease
of life and the best of all no lameness after exercise!, I can't believe it to
be honest it has completely changed her life for the better.I also feed the puppies on it as well, they look immaculate!, everyone comments on how well they are looking, shiny coats, vibrant & healthy (even the vet commented on how they looked better than his collie!!)The only downside for me is the expense of the stuff, it is expensive especially if you've got three on it!, but hey ho, I'd do anything for my dogs and this is the only food for them!!I can highly recommend this food.

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Rob Staves Tim Manton 6 years ago

Really pleased to hear how delighted you are with Canagan. As am I! So much so that I'm a stockist of their foods. How much do you pay for Canagan including delivery?

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chris Tim Manton 6 years ago

I hope this works for one of my aussies as he keeps going lame after exercise as well.

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Jenny Holden-Wilde 7 years ago

Wow, that protein is high! Can't imagine having my sheepdogs on that!!

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TVD1864 Jenny Holden-Wilde 3 years ago

Do not knock it until you have tried it!

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John L 7 years ago

We have a 2 year old beagle bitch who is quite big at 16-17kg but she is so lean with a waist and good coat. We change to canagan after feeding her other named dog foods because as beagles are fairly hyper she never settled down and she was having about 3 poo's a day. After 2-3 weeks on canagan salmon a lot more settled and 1-2 poo's aday which were hard. She gets 55-60 grams morning and same for tea, using a cup to measure it out. I must say this food changed our dog for the better although it is expensive its worth it for a fit, healthy and happy dog.

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Agneta Canpolat 7 years ago

Why you dont have it in 10 kg for cats? No breeder can buy a lot of 4 kg, ,every time

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Izi Reeves Agneta Canpolat 5 years ago

Just to let you know, if you are still feeding Canagan to your cats they have JUST introduced an 8kg bag in the chicken flavour. Hope this helps you!

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Ian H 8 years ago

My 6 month old border terrier loves this stuff and is now really interested in her food. Her eyes are bright, her coat is shiny and smooth, her nose is wet and her poos are solid! I've tried her on Eden, Simpsons and a few of the other top brands but Canagan is definitely the best for us.

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MoreBees 8 years ago

This looks like an excellent product!

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Charlotte Jackson 8 years ago

Wow what a great quality product I have a lab who after having 10 pups lost a lot of weight & hair & then started to itch & scratch. after countless visits to the vets & many antibiotics I was recommended Canagan. The dog & her pup who is now 1 both have the most wonderful coats & people comment all the time how well they look. This product works the proof is in the dog!!

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disqus_7CQ8PNz7Wv 8 years ago

Hi, I have a 16 week old female, miniature schnauzer, who is gorgeous. I changed her food over to Canagan about six weeks ago and she absolutely loves it ! As soon as the first bag was opened, she came straight over, nose in the air.
Unfortunately her stools have become loose, during the day (not first thing in the morning), making it very awkward, when we're out and about. They were fine, before I changed her food.
After this many weeks and with no improvement, I have decided to change her food to either Eden or Orijen, hopefully she will do better on one of these

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George Sabanov disqus_7CQ8PNz7Wv 4 years ago

I bet this was caused by fast switching. My Yorkshire Terrier had the same problem. But after a few days her stools have become okey. Now she is fine and loves Canagan. I am using Canagan Country Game for small breeds.

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Jayne Samuel-Walker disqus_7CQ8PNz7Wv 5 years ago

We have a 20 week old border collie rescue pup and we've had the same experience with him. Very loose and dreadfully smelly stools...we've gradually changed him to Burns Duck and Brown Rice and Fish and Brown Rice (our usual dog food for the last twenty years) and he's doing much better.I think Canagan is far too rich for him...probably too much protein for a pup who had a bad start in life :-(

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Meep Jayne Samuel-Walker 5 years ago

Try looking into a food similar to Canagan in quality but with a lower grain content than burns (63%??) as dogs are carnivores believe it or not and that is far too high. Small amounts of high quality grains can help with your dogs digestion, and having Yucca as an ingredient will help stool quality, try a food like More or Symply (same brand as canagan) :)

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