Instant Review Generator

If you find a complete food that we're not yet listing, don't worry, you can still get an idea of how we would rate it with our handy Instant Review Generator. Scroll down for our guidelines.

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Guidelines

In order to get the most out of the Review Generator, it's best to stick closely to the following guidelines:

In general, as long as the ingredients list is entered exactly as it appears on the packaging or on the manufacturer's website, the generator should provide a good idea of how we would rate it.

We are, however, still working on this tool and although we are confident that it can cope with almost all ingredient formats, some errors may still occur. If in doubt, please make sure the ingredients list follows these criteria:

  1. THE GENERATED RATINGS ARE ONLY APPLICABLE TO COMPLETE FOODS and should not be used to rate treats, complementary foods, mixers or individual ingredients.
  2. The generator is only suitable for UK ingredient lists. Since ingredient definitions vary from country to country, our interpretation of an ingredient list may not be applicable overseas.
  3. Ingredients must be separated by commas.
  4. Ensure you double check spelling as any errors may lead to an inaccurate rating.
  5. Ingredients must be listed in order from highest percentage to lowest. If you have taken the ingredients directly from the food's packaging or from the manufacturer's website, this will usually be the case but it's always worth double checking.
  6. Nested brackets (brackets within other brackets) may cause errors and should be removed. For example, "30% Chicken (Fresh Chicken (20%), Chicken Meal (10%))" should be replaced with "30% Chicken (Fresh Chicken 20%, Chicken Meal 10%)".
  7. Not all ingredients necessarily need to be declared on the ingredients list. Some additives, for example, can be listed elsewhere on the packaging like on the 'nutritional additives' panel. If you spot any suspicious looking ingredients outside of the ingredients list, just add them to the end of the ingredients list (separated by commas) before clicking 'go'.
  8. Other ingredients including some fairly controversial additives don't need to be declared at all so the only way to get a full picture is to contact the manufacturer and ask for a full ingredient breakdown including any undeclared additives.

If you notice any errors at all, please let us know

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Peachy 2 months ago

The food I make my dog got 95% which is very pleasing, we make an effort to make it healthy & nutritious & suitable.

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samah 4 months ago

hi there, I was looking to see if any off the good boy treats by pawsley & co were listed on here, which unfortunaly are not so was wondering what the nutritional value would be for their Mega Chewy Twist With Chicken would be.

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Rusland Jack 6 months ago

Just tried the generator for our current Lakeland Heritage brand (through West Cumbria Farmers) It comes out at 85% and lower carbs. Delighted, only my three-year old Border Collie seems to be going off it :)

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James 7 months ago

Just did the food my little one eats and it came out very good! Its not yet on your site @allaboutdogfood:disqus @sugarfootuk

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Nina 8 months ago

Hi. Tribal sausages seem to be very popular. Your generator evaluates the lamb at 85%. I think it is cooked in a different way to preserve the nutrients, so I kinda thought it might even be higher.

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Kelly Lawrence 9 months ago

Just used this to evaluate Ella and co comes out at 97% which is amazing for a freeze dried raw food Free-range chicken (chicken, chicken hearts, chicken livers) 80%, Carrots 5%, Apples 5%, Peas, Butternut squash, Sweet potato, Dicalcium phosphate, Beet pulp, Cranberries, Blackberries, Salmon, Flaxseed, Chicory root, Kale, Peppermint, Green tea, Yucca, Rosemary, Parsley, Dandelion root, Hawthorn leaf.

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pudlice a year ago

Hi, the generator says 85 % for Nature Naturals Lamb, but this page 80 %. The generator also gave the min 30 % meat logo but this page didn’t. I added these in the generator, have I done something wrong?Fresh Lamb 21%, Dehydrated Lamb Meat 17%, Brown Rice, Purified Fat Chicken 10%, Hydrolyzate Lamb Liver 3%, Brewer’s Yeast, Potato, Glucosamine, Chondroitin Sulfate, Apple, Carrot, Pumpkin, Spinach, Cranberries, Seaweed, Mannooligosaccharides, Fructooligosaccharides, Yucca Schidigera, Oregano, Rosemary, Parsley, Sage.Thanks in advance!

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All About Dog Food pudlice a year ago

Hi Pudlice. According to those stated ingredients the rating of 85% would be about right but the final rating will depend on a few more factors than just the ingredients. It would also receive the high meat logo. Which page gives a rating of 80%?

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pudlice All About Dog Food a year ago

Thank you for the answer :) Here’s the page of this site (lamb): https://www.allaboutdogfood...

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pudlice All About Dog Food a year ago

Thank you for answering. It says 80 % on this page, All About Dog Food, on Naturea Naturals Adult (lamb).

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Nick George a year ago

Hi, just put some ingredients into the generator to see the rating of food from my local store and seems to be 85% which is good for the price. Is that rite? Here is the link to it : thanks in advance.
https://www.wynnstayonline....

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Nick George a year ago

Hello, I've just used the generator to review this dog food from my local farmers coop and it comes back as 85% rating which seems really good for the money. Does this seem the rite rating thanks Nick? https://www.wynnstayonline....

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All About Dog Food Nick George a year ago

Thanks for posting Nick. That food is actually a white label recipe so you can find it here just under a different brand name: https://www.allaboutdogfood...
I hope that helps. To find out more about white label ranges, take a look here: https://www.allaboutdogfood...

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Paula J Dane a year ago

Hi just tried to use the generator to review Feedwell Supreme, a local Northern Ireland made food. The rating i got is is a rubbish 39%. Can this be confirmed? It can be found on www.feedwell.com
It comes highly recommended but now i'm not so sure!

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All About Dog Food Paula J Dane a year ago

Hi Paula and thanks for reaching out. I've had a quick look and it looks like the Supreme variety would actually score closer to 33%. For those unfamiliar with the brand, the ingredients are:
Whole maize, meat meal, soya oil, vitamins and minerals
It is not a great food.

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Paula J Dane All About Dog Food a year ago

Thanks for the feedback. There are so many foods out there with misleading info & promises of nutrition on the bag 🤔

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All About Dog Food Paula J Dane a year ago

Hi Paula, please find our new listing for Feedwell Supreme here: https://www.allaboutdogfood...
After a little investigation it turns out the food also contains an artificial flavouring so the final nutritional rating ended up at 29%. I hope that helps.

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Paula J Dane All About Dog Food a year ago

I'll not be using it again! How can it claim to have so many positive attributes? 🤷🏼‍♀️

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Lorraine Aldous a year ago

Hello, just used the Review Generator and Connolly's Red Mills Go Native Organic Herring with carrot and kale was rated 87%. Is it possible for this to be added to your directory with a full review? Ingredients seem good to me but your the expert. Thanks.

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Michelle 2 years ago

Hello. What an amazing site - it must take hours of work. I wish I'd found it earlier! Is there a reason why no Nutro products are listed? I am currently feeding my 9 month old the Nutro Dog Grain-Free Junior Large Breed - Lamb variety and I'm rather concerned that it is not listed on this site. Thanks in advance for your reply

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All About Dog Food Michelle 2 years ago

Hi Michelle and thanks for posting. Nutro officially withdrew from the UK market some years back but now that their range is creeping back in via Zooplus, Amazon etc, I'll get it added to the to-do list.

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Carmen Brown 2 years ago

CRAVE Dog food
I’ve just used the Instant Review Generator and got 85%
You can buy this in the local supermarkets which is more convenient and my dog really likes it.
Would anybody be able to give this dog food a proper rating as it is not listed on this site?

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All About Dog Food Carmen Brown 2 years ago

Thanks Carmen, Crave is working it's way up the to-do list so please watch this space

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Evangeline 2 years ago

i have a Chihuahua who is severely underweight he eats well and has been on Royal Canin, Bob and Lush meat, human steak potatoes vegetables as I would eat, I tried him on an expensive raw food diet and he only eat it for 3 days but once he goes to the toilet he's very skinny again and the vet has said he has no health problem can anyone advise me of a dog food to help him gain weight. many thanks

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Scott Moore 2 years ago

Hi, I’m buying my first dog together with my partner (we both have had many dogs before while living with parents) and the pups are currently on dry food called imperial plus puppy, has anyone heard of/or using this food as would rather stick to the same food as puppy would be used to this food

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Carol Wise 3 years ago

could you recommend a low fat dry food for a dog with ibd, without chicken and preferably hypo allergenic with few ingredients please

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dheepakh 3 years ago

I guess some meat ranges have not been updated on this tool, as it is not scoring high even if I entered a high value. The ranges are ostrich, kangaroo, prawn, goose, whelk, scallop, goat, haddock, camel, shark, hare, wild goose, water buffalo, msc haddock, patridge & alligator

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Sharon 3 years ago

As an experiment I entered the ingredients for AVA Medium Breed Adult into the box but replaced maize with barley. Replacing maize with barley would score 4.9 (with the maize the score is 3.8). Manufacturers should look at simple things they can do to make their food much better.

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All About Dog Food Sharon 3 years ago

Many thanks for posting Sharon. Just to clarify, with barely instead of maize the food would score 4.1. In this case, to get an accurate rating you have to re-jig the ingredients list a little, placing all of the ingredients in descending weight order. So rather thanChicken (44%) (Chicken Meal 24%, Fresh Chicken 12.5%, Chicken Fat 5%, Chicken Gravy 2.5%), Brown Rice (23.5%), Barley (18%), Beet Pulp (7%)...You should enterChicken Meal 24%, Brown Rice (23.5%), Barley (18%), Fresh Chicken 12.5%, Beet Pulp (7%), Chicken Fat 5%, Chicken Gravy 2.5%...

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Karen Hough 3 years ago

Would be really interested in the scores for Seven Pet Foods (grain free). Pretty new on the market and using the calculator I am only getting scores of about 3.5 (tweaking things slightly to see the difference certain ingredients make.

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Paws in Padstow Karen Hough 3 years ago

Hi Karen,We have stocked this food for over a year and for the life of me couldn't understand why it is not on here either. It was only yesterday I stumbled across this generator and saw your comment which prompted me to take action.3 key things I noted when using this generator when pasting in the composition in to it are as follows:1. Either remove the encompassing meat content and leave the breakdown of it in, or remove the breakdown of the meat content - I prefer the forma to give the generator a complete picture of the foods composition.2. Remove "&" and replace with "," otherwise the following ingredient will not be included in the score3. Do not add any other informationResults of the food we stock are as follows:* Chicken Adult - 4.3* Haddock - 4.0 - For some reason this isn’t picking up the fact that the meat content is over the 30% threshold no matter how I write it* Lamb - 3.9 - This is because it has been marked down for containing pea protein. I am awaiting comment from the manufacturer on this - only requested yesterday* Puppy Large Breed/Junior - 4.3* Pork, Sweet Potato & Apple - 4.0* Puppy Chicken - 4.3* Salmon & Trout - 3.9 - For some reason this also isn’t picking up the fact that the meat content is over the 30% threshold no matter how I write it.* Senior/Light - 3.8 - For some reason this also isn’t picking up the fact that the meat content is over the 30% threshold no matter how I write it. Also lower because it has been marked down for containing pea & potato protein.* Superfood 80:20 - 5.0* Turkey - 4.1Obviously the Superfood 80:20 is and was always going to be the best of the bunch, but the others all have at least 50% meat content so are a good option for a marginally tighter budget, but also provide a good variety of flavours. I am surprised that the other have not scored higher using the generator when compared to other foods and would like to understand why. Our beagle Rocky loves it anyway :)There are a couple of other flavours available but these are the ones we stock.We are big advocates of only having great dog food without junk and have concluded that the food is such great value for the quality you get. The food's composition can be found here should you wish to copy and paste it in:https://www.pawsinpadstow.c...We really hope this helps.Kind regards,Mike

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Lauren Holt 3 years ago

Can you please review the new AVA breed specific Chihuahua food (Pets At Home) please?

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All About Dog Food Lauren Holt 3 years ago

I'll be adding the breed specific range today. Thanks Lauren

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Claire Irene Hoskins 3 years ago

WOLFWORTHY. I would just like to let it be known that this company not only produce an excellant product but also actually care about their customers.Having informed Delroy Folkes, the gentleman who founded this company that I had a problem caused by the delivery service,he went out of his way to rectify the problem.Iam delighted to find a company that I know I can trust to do the right thing by the customer.What a refreshing change in the world as it is today !

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Angela Randall 3 years ago

Can't get this instant review to work....written all the ingredients, press 'submit and it keeps saying 'cannot load requested content. Please try later'
Very annoying 😡

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All About Dog Food Angela Randall 3 years ago

Sorry to hear about the error Angela. I can't seem to replicate it at this end. Would you be able to send a screenshot to me at info @ allaboutdogfood .co.uk please?

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Di Master 3 years ago

How do even go about looking for a weight management wet food diet review in this site please ?

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Dimitrina Dicheva 3 years ago

Hi, are you considering to review the spanish brand "Gosbi"? On your instant review generator their Exclusive chicken medium comes at 4.2. But it seems that the "natural preservatives and antioxidants" are read by the generator as just "preservatives and antioxidants" - they come in red in the results. Would be nice to see a complete review.

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Dawn Warner 4 years ago

I've tried to do this for perfect fit but I don't think I've done it right

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PaulW 4 years ago

can you review this new range at pets at home http://wellnesspetfood.co.u...

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All About Dog Food PaulW 4 years ago

Hi PaulW and thanks for getting in touch. Wellness is working its way to the top of our to-do list but in the meantime don't forget that you can always use our Instant Review Generator to get a bit more insight into foods that aren't yet featured on the site. Just enter the ingredients list as it's printed on the packaging or website, click the big arrow and hey presto, an instant review just for you! Good luck!https://www.allaboutdogfood...

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dee 4 years ago

can you please review ava weight mangement [ pets at home] asap

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Carmel Flynn 4 years ago

Hello, I brought my puppy home last Saturday and the food was a from GA Pet Foods or GA Pet Food Partners in the UK who promote retailers to private label their food any way they please. This food was bought in Ireland under the name D 11 Premium Puppy Food from Pets and More outlets. My puppy is having some intestinal issues. Until we get lab results I do not know if the food is the cause but just wondering if any readers have had experience of GA Pet Food Products or D II Branded Food from Pets and More in Ireland?

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Claire Mather Carmel Flynn 4 years ago

We feed our wolfhounds on GAs Grain Free and on their Salmon and potato. Only ever had a problem with one litter that appeared allergic to the lamb GF so we stick to the Salmon and the Turkey. Love it.

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Lisa S 4 years ago

Hi, I have a 20 month old pug who has had pancreatitis and therefore needs a low fat diet. Pets at Home and the vet recommended Royal Canine Adult Pug food but that has only scored 1.9 on here which is a concern. We also have a puppy (pug) who is 10 month old who is on the same brand food but the Pug puppy type. Any thoughts on a better food for them?

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Bella W 4 years ago

I feed Guru to my dog which scores highly on here (4.9) but this is for the Surf & Turf. Their more expensive variety Full On Feast which is grain free and has a higher meat content actually scores lower on your Generator (4.3). Why would this be? Also the Generator suggests that Full On Feast isn't Grain Free... Is it likely that a separate review of the Full on Feast will be posted on here at any point? Thanks! :-)

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Jan Wilson 4 years ago

I have a Romanian rescue who was very underweight and is a fussy eater. I was advised, not surprisingly, by Pets At Home to try AVA dry dog food which is their own brand. She eats it when she's ready, not over enthusiastically, but that is just her as I have tried other makes, I put the ingredients in and its come out as 4.8 out of 5. To say I am shocked is an understatement, I had expected it to be a lot lower as some of the expensive, 'good quality' foods that I was considering moving her onto have scored a lot lower. I am not sure if I have entered the ingredients correctly as the list starts Chicken (44%), (Chicken Meal 24%, Fresh Chicken 12.5%, Chicken Fat 5%, Chicken Gravy 2.5%) I am wondering if I should have left off the initial Chicken (44%) and just put the list of sources of Chicken as it may think there is more chicken than there is? Please can you tell me?

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All About Dog Food Jan Wilson 4 years ago

Hi Jan, you are quite right that the initial 44% chicken will have thrown the generator off. I'm guessing we're looking at the AVA Medium Breed Adult Chicken variety? In which case the ingredients list should be entered as...Chicken Meal 24%, Brown Rice (23.5%), Maize (18%), Fresh Chicken 12.5%, Beet Pulp (7%), Chicken Fat 5%, Chicken Gravy 2.5%, Salmon Oil, Brewers Yeast, Minerals, Whole Dried Egg, Pre-biotic Fructooligosaccharide (1600mg/kg), Beta-glucans, Pre-biotic Mannanoligosaccharides (400mg/kg), Yucca Extract (200mg/kg), Glucosamine (200mg/kg), Chondroitin (150mg/kg), Yucca Extract (200mg/kg), Cranberry Extract, Green Tea Extract, Pomegranate Extract, Rosemary Extract.... which provides an approximate rating of 3.8 out of 5.The full reviews will be on the site very soon but I hope that helps in the meantime.

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Rob Howell 4 years ago

I have just entered the ingredients for Lidl's Orlando gourmet Pâté with chicken and lamb. It scored 2.6 out of 5.
So it looks like we will be going back to Forthglade now.

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Stacey Batt 4 years ago

Just did one for the new Forthglade Duck cold pressed dry dog food and got 4.7 out of 5.Good thing as I've pre-ordered a bag to try on my fussy greyhound who already has the trays mixed with her Burns Pork and Potato.

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Hayley Sadler Stacey Batt 4 years ago

If you want a cold pressed food try Guru. It scores 4.9 and it's cheaper than forthglade's one they are bringing out

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Barbara Barganska 4 years ago

Just did one for Harringtons Grain free dry food, and got 4.2

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Nicola Mccarthy Barbara Barganska 4 years ago

i just did harringtons grain free & got 2.6?!?! I just copied & pasted from their website - perhaps I'm doing something wrong as 2.6 is a lower rate than their other complete food?

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Olga Fraga 5 years ago

It works really well. It gives you an idea about the quality of the food. You have clearly put a lot of time, effort and thought into this. Good job!!

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Robert Symes 5 years ago

just checked skippers puppy, and your algorithm scored 2.8, but in your directory it scored 4.2 - why the discrepancy?

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All About Dog Food Robert Symes 5 years ago

Hi Robert and thanks for posting. Unfortunately the rating generator is not perfect and occasionally the ingredients list needs to be rearranged or converted into a format that the algorithm expects before it will work. Whenever a rating is already provided on the website it should take precedence over any instant ratings generated here.

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Richard Hebden 5 years ago

Just checked Oscars Pinnacle + which I have seen work wonders on dogs but on this algorithm gets slated. Descriptions of lignocellulose and chicken digest have a functional and healthy use but run down here. Whilst salt/sodium in all dog foods (Law) no wonder manufactures aren't 100% honest with what goes in their feeds.

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Julie 5 years ago

Very surprised that Piccolo chicken and duck does not appear on the best food lists.
It is specifically for small breeds and is the only dog food my bichon will eat. Fabulous ingredients.

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Esther Bennett 5 years ago

so i just entered the ingredients list for McAdams large breed, and it came out as a 3.9/5 a low score for a food which claims to be better than other kibble. it might be that i haven't out the ingredients in right as i only had the list from the website and not the actual bag. i've not bought it yet and just wondered if anyone else has?

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All About Dog Food Esther Bennett 5 years ago

Hi Esther. Unfortunately McAdams is quite unique as far as dog foods go and I'm afraid our rating algorithm just isn't able to handle it right now. We are working on it though. Rest assured that McAdams would score considerably higher than the Review Generator suggests.

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Christine Kaltoft All About Dog Food 5 years ago

Thanks - is there any update on this? I've just got a small sample from our local stockist and our dog loves it! I'd like to know how good it is....

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All About Dog Food Christine Kaltoft 5 years ago

Not yet I'm afraid. We're still waiting for some final data from McAdmas but we're hoping the full reviews will be online very early in the new year

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Chantelle Baxter All About Dog Food 4 years ago

Hi, just wondering if there is any update on McAdams yet please?

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All About Dog Food Chantelle Baxter 4 years ago

Not yet I'm afraid but I'm hoping that'll change mid next week. Please bear with me.

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Danielle Robinson All About Dog Food 4 years ago

Any update on mcadams? I'm wanting to switch my dog from hills z/d to something else but he does have a very sensitive tummy. Struggling to decide what to wean him over to...

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All About Dog Food Danielle Robinson 4 years ago

Sorry for the continual delays. We've been waiting on data for a long time but now I think we finally have everything we need so will start getting the listings on to the site in the coming days and weeks. Bear with us.

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Sam Bradley Chantelle Baxter 4 years ago

I am keen to follow the review for this dog food too.

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Anita Sayles Esther Bennett 5 years ago

I've just ordered McAdams. I'll let you know how my 3 dogs get on.

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Vilma Jacobs Esther Bennett 4 years ago

I entered the ingredients for the small breeds as they appear on the box and got 4.2. Haven't tried it on my chi yet as I just bought it too.

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Gaz 5 years ago

I know my jackapoo absolutely loves it

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JacqStvns 5 years ago

I have also been trialing for Insiders Wellness Core wet and dry food. The beef and chicken chunky centres recipes looked and smelled fantastic, so natural, the smell didn't linger like some foods can. Started my dog with half of the pot with the beef lamb and sweet potatoes, great natural ingredients. I expected him to be very tentative about a new food but was delighted when he started eating straight away and didn't stop until the bowl was empty apart from a few dry biscuits that I had mixed it with. An hour later, I put the rest in his bowl, thinking he would go to it as and when like he usually does but yet again the bowl was emptied. This is a first, I'm so happy to have found a product that I can be reassured has all the nutritional values that my dog needs without any additives. The chicken variety went down just as well, will definitely be buying the other varieties, they are more expensive than I would normally pay but so worth it to know I am doing the best for my dog.

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Gaz 5 years ago

I have just put all the ingredients of what i thought was a fantastic food for my small breed dog and didnt realise it was gonna be such an amazing score Piccolo chicken and duck 75% grain free scored 4.9/5

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Angela Longo 5 years ago

Has been almost a month now and I can see Nino really enjoy the taste of Beyond Purina. Before I always had to mix something else to his food, but now he finishes everything!

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Bella 5 years ago

is there any reviews on earle langhams complete dog food from aldi

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Bella Bella 5 years ago

hi i sat and put in every ingredient for aldis complete dog food the langhams from the packet....it rated as 3.0 out of 5 so not too bad for a cheap food i reckon and the dog loves it .my daughters dog has had digestive problems since she got her and she has tried all sorts of expensive foods now she is on this her poo is normal instead of the runs every day or solid first blob then runs .i think its good and my dog is staying on it.
here is the list of ingredients...
rice(34%), turkey meal (22%),barley brown rice(8%) ,poultry fat, beet pulp, poultry gravy, alfalfa(2%) ,minerals,linseed(1.5%),seaweed(0.5%),mannan oligosaccharides(0.1%),citrus extract(0.04%),glucosomine(0.025%),yukka extract(0.02%),chondroitin(0.015%),parsley(0.015%),origano(0.015%),cranberry extract(0.01%),marigold meal(0.005%)vitamin A 16,000iu/kg,vitamin D3(absorbyl monophosphate) 50 mg/kg,zinc chelate of amino acid hydrate 200 mg/kg,manganous oxide 156 mg /kg,iron sulphate monohydrate 133 mg/kg,L-carnitine 100 mg/kg,zinc sulphate monohydrate 97mg/kg,cupric sulphate pentahydrate 20 mg/kg,calcium iodate anhydrous 3.3 mg/kg,sodium selenite 0.03mg/kg,antioxidants,preservatives

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Angela King Bella 4 years ago

It has just come out as 2.4 for me.

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Bella Angela King 4 years ago

They recently changed pack size and price.so maybe everything changed works out dearer either way now they repackaged

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Hugo 5 years ago

Picked up some Irish Rover select treats with the tag line "super foods for dogs". The generator spit out a 4.2 rating. The packaging says 85% real chicken not sure what is meant by this. I would appreciate an expert opinion on this one. Is it legit?The ingredients are:
Meat and animal derivatives ( 85% real chicken), derivatives of vegetable origin, vegetables (. 4% sweet potato, 4% carrot, 4% pumpkin), minerals.

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All About Dog Food Hugo 5 years ago

Hi Hugo and thanks for posting. First off the generator is only for rating complete foods so the rating for the treats isn't accurate. I'm afraid the ingredients list you gave doesn't quite add up. Obviously, the percentages of all of the ingredients should add up to 100%. With 85% chicken and 12% vegetables, that only leaves 3% for the derivatives of vegetable origin and minerals but since ingredients have to be listed in order of their percentages (highest first, second highest second etc.), there should be more derivatives of vegetable origin than vegetables which would make a total percentage of over 100% which is impossible. Does that make sense? Maybe you could email me a photo of the ingredients to info@allaboutdogfood.co.uk

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Gaz Hugo 5 years ago

When they add the word derivative it knocks the score down check out what derivate of chicken could mean same with derivative of vegtable origin

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Steve 5 years ago

Surprised carrageenan is not a red list ingredient?

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All About Dog Food Steve 5 years ago

It is now http://www.allaboutdogfood....

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Bella Steve 5 years ago

what is that ingrediant

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E.I. 6 years ago

Problem with this generator - when the ingredients of an already reviewed dog food are entered into it, it does not give the same result as on the site. On the recipes I tried, it gave a full "point" lower. 4.2 becomes 3.2.

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mary wheeler 7 years ago

Eden Holistic is brilliant, I rescued a malnourished Pup from Romania, after 6 weeks on Eden she is the picture of health, beautiful shine to her coat and no tummy trouble at all

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Jonathan Perry 7 years ago

Can't speak highly enough of the Eden Holistic Ancestral diet. Dogs all love it and much healthier now! Great product and quick delivery too.

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Lorraine Cooke 7 years ago

Pet food for thoughts Duck and potato complete adult food

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Michelle Beaumont 7 years ago

Hi I would just like to recommend EDEN HOLISTIC DOG FOOD, it is an all natural food
Multi-meat and Fish formula quality dried complete food based on the
Ancestral Diet of your pet with a diversity of Meat, Fish and Eggs.
Chicken, Duck, Salmon, Herring, White Fish and Whole Eggs Your cat or
dog is a carnivore and their digestive system is designed to eat a range
of meats.Eden uses only the best meats in the 80% formula
My dogs love it and I find that they don't need to eat as much and that they are fuller for longer

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Pat Michelle Beaumont 4 years ago

Dogs are omnivores not carnivores. Looks like a good food :)

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garth munton 8 years ago

seems to work well when entering one ingredient at a time - eg. "carrots" scoring 2.6; "egg noodles" scoring 3.1 etc. very handy

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