hello, this is my first post and sorry that it's huge! I have a 10 yr old Sprocker, Jet and have recently got a 4 yr old rescue, Blue the Bedlington x Whippet. Jet has been on James Wellbeloved since I got him (as a rescue!) at 6 months and until I found this site I 'thought' it was a good quality food. He's in great shape, although a tad on the chunky side, and his coat gleams so I don't really see any need to change his food now, he's also a huge fan of raw broccoli - WIN. Blue was on Arden Grange when we got him and it was obvious that he didn't like it - it was also obvious that previously he'd been fed human food from tables and plates - a scavenging nightmare. Trust me that got sorted ;-) and six weeks on, he knows there is nothing to be gained from begging, our food is not his. Blue had no interest in Jets JW food either, so my husband took it on himself to get some new food for him and he likes penny pinching. He purchased Asda Hero Naturally Nutritious dry food - twice the price of the ordinary Hero Complete dry (as you can imagine, still cheap!) Upside is, Blue LOVES it. He actually eats the full portion in one go, rather than nibbling two nuggets and strolling off to play with a toy as he did before. My question is - if it's dog 'junk food' (fussy kids love Mcdonalds right?) then I want to try something else, but if it's ok and even only on a par with the JW - then I guess we continue. It's relatively new on the market and so doesn't appear in the directory here for me to see how it rates compared to the ordinary Hero which is shocking.