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Markus Mühle Black Angus Adult 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

5kg & 15kg bags


15kg bags = £46.99

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
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

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Mixing bowl:

Ground Dried Black Angus Meat (17.3%), Ground Brown Wholegrain Rice, Ground Dried Duck Meat (9.7%), Ground Dried Herring (6.6%), Ground Millet, Ground Amaranth, Fresh Green Herbs, Linseed, Algae Mix, Herring Oil, Cold Pressed Vegetable Oil Mix, Beet Pulp, Gelatine, Dry Peat (2%), Dried Ground Yucca Schidigera, Milk Thistle Seeds, Fennel Seeds, Dried Blueberries, Powdered Egg Yolk, Siliceous Earth (1.5%), Muscle Meat Extract from Green-Lipped MusselS (1.5%), Sea Mollusc Protein from Green-Lipped MusselS (1%), Green Mineral Soil.

As fed (BETA):

Typical Analysis

Protein 25.2%, Fat 10.1%, Fibre 6.0%, Ash 7.5%, Moisture 11.0%.


343.0 kcal/100g

Dry weight nutrients

Above average


Below average

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


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Company info
Name: Lupo San
HQ: Langenhahn, Germany
Brands: Lupo33 Lupo foods listed
Markus Mühle33 Markus Mühle foods listed
Manufacturer's product description

" A delicious complete dry dog food from Markus Muehle, optimally suited to the needs of dogs over 12 months, with green-lipped mussel extract.

Markus Muehle aims to provide your dog with the healthiest, most natural diet possible. All Markus Muehle products contain a combination of high quality animal proteins, premium carbohydrates, and carefully selected vegetable ingredients.

The natural ingredients are cold-pressed, ensuring that the structure of the proteins and carbohydrates are not altered by cooking at high temperatures. "


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Fliss08 one year ago

Where can i get a 5kg bag online? I have a small dog to get through 15kg it would get stale.

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Jan Hlavinka one year ago

I dont understand why Markus Mühle Natural dog food is rated higher than this dog food, since it contains corn.

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Callys heroes 5 years ago

Excellent product, high quality, great price. My two dogs love this, one is very fussy and one has a sensitive tum but both wolf it down, and thrive on it. Cleaning up is easy too.

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mark butterworth 5 years ago

We tried our Miniature Schnauzer Otto on several different quality dry foods including the other Markus Muhle food NaturNah, most were chicken based & seemed to have the same effect - upset stomach & loose stools. Since changing to Markus Muhle Black Angus we haven't looked back, he dances round the kitchen when I get his bowl out, woolfs his food down straight away & no more upset stomachs or loose stools. Otto's coat is lovely & at his last check up at the vet she said he was in great condition, 'all muscle & bone' as he should be.

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@doublingcube 5 years ago

Lukullus is on par with this regarding most ingredients and price but this one has Perna Canaliculus in it (green-lipped mussel extract), which is quite important for the joints. I've been feeding my dog with this for more than a year now, he likes it even when I use it as treat. The output is extremely easy to collect due to high fibre content, still, it does not seem difficult for him to produce it.

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Simon Chambers 6 years ago

I wonder if you can tell me please why the Black Angus version scores 0.1 points below the NaturNah version. I'm just intrigued as the latter contains maize and this doesn't. Presumably the ingredients are more expensive too as the Black Angus one costs more. My dogs have thrived on both and I think it's a great food but I would be very interested to know why you appear not to consider it worth spending the extra money on Black Angus when to a non-expert it appears a slightly better food :)

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Sue Dowdall 7 years ago

At last, no frequent loose stools, no wind and a happy healthy 8 month old pug x who loves his food and is the picture of health. 15kg bag lasts a long time as portions are small (no fillers) and great value from zooplus.co.uk. We are using the puppy version of Markus Mühle Black Angus (up to 12 months).

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Carol Moore 7 years ago

I have finally found a good quality food that all my dogs love and no upset tums or loose stools. Very happy with it

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Pety R 8 years ago

My Polly is 21 months old GSD, at 8 months old she started to get very poorly and losing weight, later she got diagnosed with IBD, the only food that doesn't make her poorly is Markus Mühle Black Angus, she wont eat it on it's own but I think that is because when she wasn't eating and was losing weight I was putting soft cheese or white fish in her food to get her to eat and I still have to do that. She is now 22kg the most she has ever been, she will never be big due to her illness but at least I have found a food that does not make her poorly.

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Jess Coultas 8 years ago

My puppy ruby I tried everything and she wouldn't eat nothing apart from Mark muhle black angus and she is doing fantastic on it no more loose stools

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Janet 9 years ago

After a whole year trying my fussy rescue Galgo on so many different high-end kibbles (& learning that all I've tried are, despite the brand, made at Golden Acres!) I've finally found Mark Muhle Black Angus, rated highly, good ingredients & shopping around online, there are bargains to be had. He's been eating it all up, every mealtime for a couple of weeks now, no waste, no messing around. He's looking good. Out-put is easy & not too unpleasant to deal with. We're all happy.

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Rob Staves Janet 8 years ago

Orijen would still be cheaper, is entirely grain free and rated 5 stars.

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keith Rob Staves 6 years ago

Where do you buy orijen at the cheap price . Markus Muhle is £2.50 kg Orijen is double that?

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Rob Staves keith 6 years ago

Have a look on Zooplus.

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Simon Chambers keith 6 years ago

The only types of Orijen that are in this price range (but still a fair
bit more expensive even on Zoo Plus or Bitiba) are extruded kibble so it
depends what your priorities are. I'm not saying Orijen's not a good food
at all but personally I wouldn't buy extruded dog food (because my dog is a
breed prone to bloat) and the freeze dried Orijen is very expensive,
particularly if you have a big dog!

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Janet Rob Staves 5 years ago

Origen is dry extruded, however high a rate it gets & however cheap you can find it.
There are several reasons I prefer to feed my dog cold pressed dog food, one of them being that it is compatible with raw feeding - I feed my dog raw meaty bones daily to maintain his dental health.
Another reason is that he likes to play after he has eaten & being a deep chested dog, this could cause bloat. Cold pressed food reduces the risk of bloat.
I could go on.....
He is still, after all this time, happy with what he eats & is healthy & that suits us both.
Thank you for your information about Origen, but dry extruded kibble is not my choice.

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