On opening the smell was fairly pleasant and it was obvious the tin was packed solidly with meat and no gravy so that was good. However its awkward for me to mark because when i fed my three dogs – 2 small, 1 elderly large – they were all eager to eat. The larger dog had no problems so i think 5 stars from him but, my 2 smaller dogs had left almost a third of their meals (unheard of for them). On inspection they had left chunks of very hard meat which was even difficult for me to break up with a knife and fork and when i opened they next tin it was the same, so my small dogs would probably give 3 stars. For this household with different sized dogs i wouldn’t buy again because i don’t want to have to empty and sort through a tin of dog food before serving. If you have a medium to large dog or even one you know likes to tackle hard lumps of meat then your dogs will probably love this.
Excellent quality but expensive. Aatu wet chicken dog food 6 x 400gr tinsaatu is one of the more recent names in dog food, but is being seen in more and more retail outlets. The manufacturer obviously wanted to create a really pure dog food for our k9 friends, and they have certainly succeeded. Free run chicken is the main ingredient – 90% – made up of 60% fresh and 30% chicken broth. The other 10% is fruit, vegetables, herbs & botanicals. There is no rubbish in this dog food. 1st impressions:• the can is encased in a label that really stands out, and these 400gr tins have an easy open ring pull to the can. • the full contact details of the company are documented on the label. • there is the all-important and very comprehensive list of ingredients printed on the label. • also listed is a daily feeding guide, which is based on the weight of your dog.
Well i don’t love it but both of our dogs dowe have a german shorthaired pointer and a cocker spaniel; the former eats everything without delay, the latter is a fussy little picker. However, both immediately tucked into this with relish. We’re always wary of canned foods, preferring to prepare our own meat and vegetables for them, after all you just don’t know what additives are in cans these days. This stuff seems to be good honest meat and we’ve no hesitation in feeding it to them apart from the price. So for our two it will remain an occasional treat. If we only had the small dog, we’d maybe succumb to feeding it more regularly but the gsp would bankrupt us.
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“Worth investing., Brilliant Food worth every single penny i paid, Excellent Quality but Expensive”
Not for my sensitive basset. I got this as a treat for my dogs. I was pleasantly surprised by the texture of the food, and the dogs, after smelling it, couldn’t wait to try it. They wolfed it down, and seemed to really enjoy it, and find it filling and satisfying. The next day, my basset hound had a very upset tummy, but my labrador was fine. I think perhaps it was a little too much for my basset, as she does have a sensitive digestion, so i didn’t give her any more. The labrador thoroughly enjoyed it though, and had no problems polishing it all off. So i would definitely recommend this food – but not for dogs with sensitive digestions, as i think it may be too rich.
Nice wholesome food with all named contents and no derivatives. No grains which is great for my cockapoo as his skin can be irritated if he has grain. We mix this with dry kibble as it’s very rich. Nice firm poops though and low on stink factor which is a huge plus. Might seem a bit pricey but it lasts well because he doesn’t eat as much as with supposedly cheaper food. I would rather have a mixed flavour pack of tins as he gets bored with the same thing each day.
First off let me say this is right up their with the premium dog foods from manufacturers like lilys kitchen. It’s a solid high protein diet that isn’t like some where a lot of the contents is thick gloop gravy. Normally anything that has a higher than 50% protein content is very good. The cheaper dog foods can be as low as 30-40%however this particular dog food claims a 90% protein mark and for me that was just not credible. I had a look on the side of the can and no. It’s 60% protein and then 30% protein broth. Now while that is misleading in my eyes the protein content of 60% is still higher than any other tinned dog food i’ve seen. As i said when it comes out of the tin it’s solid. There’s no filling it up with cheap ingredients etc. . I’ve put them on this away from that previously mentioned brand to see how they do and they really do wolf it down. Although that’s not saying much.