Precept Plus Dog Food Foundation 3kg : Highly recommend this food for older dog, our 10 year old Patterdale found this food highly agreeable.

I would definitely recommend. Murphy (a cross between a dog and a haystack – well, irish wolfhound and a poodle) loves it, he can be quite a fussy eater and at times will ignore his food all day, i started to mix this in with his normal dry food and he is at his bowl waiting to eat. I would definitely recommend.

This product is a good choice among the many that are available. Every time i shop for dog food i am confronted with a multitude of choices regarding this genre of dog food. For the same quantity of product the costs vary from around £8 to £26. I am not altogether sure what the real differences are and of course i have no intention of trying them personally to see which i prefer. I have to rely on my dog’s ability to make a ‘choice’. Any dog food put in front of say a labrador would last a few seconds. My dog only eats when hungry, would much sooner eat what we eat and will hold out (mostly in vain) in the hope of getting what we have. So a bowl topped up in the morning may still be uneaten late at night.

I would definitely recommend. Murphy (a cross between a dog and a haystack – well, irish wolfhound and a poodle) loves it, he can be quite a fussy eater and at times will ignore his food all day, i started to mix this in with his normal dry food and he is at his bowl waiting to eat. I would definitely recommend.

Comments from buyers

“Parsley Sage Rosemary and Thyme – yes they are all in there! Yucca too., Good quality dog food., Good dog food packed full of extras!”

This food seems taylor made for my 13yr old springer. It has 30% chicken,white and brown rice,oats, flaxseed,fish oil, peppermint,to name just a few,it contains other vitamins,and natural ingredients. Flaxseed and fish oil are good for joints,the peppermint+ others for digestion,oats for cholesterol, white andbrown rice are gentle on the stomach. It is a small kibble so easy for the older dog to eat,seems to soften easily when in the mother. My dog has had a couple of extractions so sometimes struggles when eating but has no trouble with this. It is a competitive price so i am going to cancel his present food and get this on subscribe and save. I can honestly say this is the best dry food i have tried for my dog health and price wise.

Another good choice for kibble. When we first had our shih tzu we immediately looked at food and decided that we didn’t want to feed the basic supermarket type. However, choice was limited by cost so we stuck with royal canin, which has more natural ingredients and is designed for specific breeds. This precept plus, however, is in a class of its own and yet doesn’t cost the earth. The ingredients are both natural and a good mix of botanical elements, meat and vitamins, while excluding those, like corn, which can irritate some dogs. Best of all, my dog loves the flavour of this food and while she is picky about some foods, has managed to eat every bowlful of this. Based on how healthy she is looking and how much she likes the food, i can recommend precept plus wholeheartedly. The only thing we’ve noticed from this chicken flavoured one is that her poo smells a lot stronger after a few days of eating it.

Parsley sage rosemary and thyme – yes they are all in there. Precept dog food arrives in an attractive pouch decorated with pretty pansies and daffodils – confusingly it looks a bit like a small bag of compost. To use cut off the carrying handle, and pull open the sealing strip. The small brown button sized circular biscuits are rather like cheerios for dogs. As with polos, they all have a little hole in the middle. The ingredients are kind of exotic – cranberries, dandelions, rosemary and peppermint – as well as the more believable chicken fat, carrots, carbohydrates. Nature certainly would be surprised at the uses her bounty has been put to. Nevertheless my springers, who are now awfully keen on the postman, owing to recent vine offerings for ‘moderately active adult dogs’ such as this foundation formula, eagerly chomped it all down. As i write this they are worrying at the bag.

One Comment

  1. AUTHORSize: 3 Kg What's this?

    on December 14, 2017 at 1:29 am -

    Precept plus canine foundation. Doesn’t stink out the kitchen in any measure (or direction). No leftovers either, which is my only means of judging whether or not this is good for the doggie.
  2. AUTHORSize: 3 Kg What's this?

    on December 15, 2017 at 12:45 am -

    This review is from : Precept Plus Dog Food Foundation 3kg

    Precept plus canine foundation. Doesn’t stink out the kitchen in any measure (or direction). No leftovers either, which is my only means of judging whether or not this is good for the doggie.
    • AUTHORSize: 3 Kg What's this?

      on December 15, 2017 at 5:01 pm -

      The dogs like it and wolf it down. It contains fresh meat which i am assuming makes it tastier. The spaniel and terrier are very keen to eat it, and it is certainly something i would consider buying in the future. The packaging looks good and it comes in a convenient size which is portable and easy to store.
  3. AUTHORSize: 3 Kg What's this?

    on December 17, 2017 at 2:28 am -

    This review is from : Precept Plus Dog Food Foundation 3kg

    The dogs like it and wolf it down. It contains fresh meat which i am assuming makes it tastier. The spaniel and terrier are very keen to eat it, and it is certainly something i would consider buying in the future. The packaging looks good and it comes in a convenient size which is portable and easy to store.
    • AUTHORSize: 3 Kg What's this?

      on December 17, 2017 at 7:44 pm -

      My dog is a bit unsure about this, he ate the first serving i gave him but lately he seems to be fussy. He does eat it but takes his time. I can’t help thinking he does not like the small kibble and perhaps this would be better if it was slightly larger. Anyway, i will see how he gets on with it.
  4. AUTHORSize: 3 Kg What's this?

    on December 20, 2017 at 12:02 am -

    This review is from : Precept Plus Dog Food Foundation 3kg

    My dog is a bit unsure about this, he ate the first serving i gave him but lately he seems to be fussy. He does eat it but takes his time. I can’t help thinking he does not like the small kibble and perhaps this would be better if it was slightly larger. Anyway, i will see how he gets on with it.
  5. AUTHORSize: 3 Kg What's this?

    on December 22, 2017 at 4:03 am -

    This review is from : Precept Plus Dog Food Foundation 3kg

    This is a lovely food for your dog. I have been using it for a while now, and it is brilliant quality. It has a nice smell, and is made of real, healthy ingredients. I have one hyper, slightly crazy dog, and one lazy one and they both love the food. It has not caused any stomach upsets, and in fact i think it has made them a bit more in sync.
  6. AUTHORSize: 3 Kg What's this?

    on December 22, 2017 at 8:15 pm -

    This review is from : Precept Plus Dog Food Foundation 3kg

    This is a lovely food for your dog. I have been using it for a while now, and it is brilliant quality. It has a nice smell, and is made of real, healthy ingredients. I have one hyper, slightly crazy dog, and one lazy one and they both love the food. It has not caused any stomach upsets, and in fact i think it has made them a bit more in sync.
    • AUTHORSize: 3 Kg What's this?

      on December 23, 2017 at 8:18 pm -

      Good dog food packed full of extras. This dog food is a mid range product pretty similar to what we already feed our 4 year old jack russell cross. Its a bit higher in protein than other brands and the recommended amount to give for his weight is about 50-80 grams less per day, so it will go further. The pellets are small flattish round discs which look a natural brown and not full of artificial colourants. It also contains added herbs such as dandelion and peppermint (and many others). I cant say i notice any difference in my dogs breath or bowel habits as a result, but he definitely likes it. He wolfs it down in seconds and then licks the bowl furiously. So all in all a good choice at a reasonable price.
      • AUTHORSize: 3 Kg What's this?

        on December 26, 2017 at 1:46 am -

        Good dog food packed full of extras. This dog food is a mid range product pretty similar to what we already feed our 4 year old jack russell cross. Its a bit higher in protein than other brands and the recommended amount to give for his weight is about 50-80 grams less per day, so it will go further. The pellets are small flattish round discs which look a natural brown and not full of artificial colourants. It also contains added herbs such as dandelion and peppermint (and many others). I cant say i notice any difference in my dogs breath or bowel habits as a result, but he definitely likes it. He wolfs it down in seconds and then licks the bowl furiously. So all in all a good choice at a reasonable price.
  7. AUTHORSize: 3 Kg What's this?

    on December 27, 2017 at 8:45 am -

    This product is a good choice among the many that are available. Every time i shop for dog food i am confronted with a multitude of choices regarding this genre of dog food. For the same quantity of product the costs vary from around £8 to £26. I am not altogether sure what the real differences are and of course i have no intention of trying them personally to see which i prefer. I have to rely on my dog’s ability to make a “choice”. Any dog food put in front of say a labrador would last a few seconds. My dog only eats when hungry, would much sooner eat what we eat and will hold out (mostly in vain) in the hope of getting what we have. So a bowl topped up in the morning may still be uneaten late at night.
  8. AUTHORSize: 3 Kg What's this?

    on December 29, 2017 at 2:33 am -

    This review is from : Precept Plus Dog Food Foundation 3kg

    This product is a good choice among the many that are available. Every time i shop for dog food i am confronted with a multitude of choices regarding this genre of dog food. For the same quantity of product the costs vary from around £8 to £26. I am not altogether sure what the real differences are and of course i have no intention of trying them personally to see which i prefer. I have to rely on my dog’s ability to make a “choice”. Any dog food put in front of say a labrador would last a few seconds. My dog only eats when hungry, would much sooner eat what we eat and will hold out (mostly in vain) in the hope of getting what we have. So a bowl topped up in the morning may still be uneaten late at night.
    • AUTHORSize: 3 Kg What's this?

      on December 31, 2017 at 7:44 am -

      Natural and nutritional dry food for adult dogs. This dry food has a list of ingredients as long as a dog’s lead but further investigation revealed that the majority of them were natural or extracts from natural ingredients. I was a little disappointed that the percentage of salt wasn’t indicated on the packaging when those for carrot, flaxseed and peppermint were as high blood pressure in some dogs can lead to an increased risk of strokes. I was, however, pleased to see that glucosamine has been added; this helps to keep joints supple and decreases the risk of arthritis in adult dogs. My willing guinea pig – a lively mastiff cross – was apprehensive at first, sniffing at the bowl before plunging muzzle first into it and devouring every piece. Like all dry foods it is important to have fresh water readily available for the dog during and after his meal.
      • AUTHORSize: 3 Kg What's this?

        on January 1, 2018 at 10:45 pm -

        Natural and nutritional dry food for adult dogs. This dry food has a list of ingredients as long as a dog’s lead but further investigation revealed that the majority of them were natural or extracts from natural ingredients. I was a little disappointed that the percentage of salt wasn’t indicated on the packaging when those for carrot, flaxseed and peppermint were as high blood pressure in some dogs can lead to an increased risk of strokes. I was, however, pleased to see that glucosamine has been added; this helps to keep joints supple and decreases the risk of arthritis in adult dogs. My willing guinea pig – a lively mastiff cross – was apprehensive at first, sniffing at the bowl before plunging muzzle first into it and devouring every piece. Like all dry foods it is important to have fresh water readily available for the dog during and after his meal.
  9. AUTHORSize: 3 Kg What's this?

    on January 3, 2018 at 3:43 am -

    This review is from : Precept Plus Dog Food Foundation 3kg

    Our dog thinks this is a tasty food and was very keen to try itit’s a good quality food that is high in protein content (24% crude protein) and does not contain cheap fillers such as wheat or corn. It also has added glucosamine and chrondroitin. These added ingredients are excellent for our dog who has had osteoarthritis in one of her joints which required a great deal of surgery. We are very protective of her other joints and have ensured that she has supplements which may help protect her from other arthritic problems. This food is a little more expensive that some other brands that we have used, but the protein content is higher and the dog is much less fussy about eating this food.
  10. AUTHORSize: 3 Kg What's this?

    on January 5, 2018 at 9:45 am -

    This review is from : Precept Plus Dog Food Foundation 3kg

    Our dog thinks this is a tasty food and was very keen to try itit’s a good quality food that is high in protein content (24% crude protein) and does not contain cheap fillers such as wheat or corn. It also has added glucosamine and chrondroitin. These added ingredients are excellent for our dog who has had osteoarthritis in one of her joints which required a great deal of surgery. We are very protective of her other joints and have ensured that she has supplements which may help protect her from other arthritic problems. This food is a little more expensive that some other brands that we have used, but the protein content is higher and the dog is much less fussy about eating this food.
    • AUTHORSize: 3 Kg What's this?

      on January 6, 2018 at 9:37 am -

      Eaten, enjoyed and no ill effects shown. . This food is marketed at moderately active dogs which suits my one dog fine as she is starting to slow down a bit as she is getting older. The glucosamine and chondroitin should help with her joints and bones. She seems satisfied with it and manages to eat the food with the same enthusiasm she has shown other foods. She is a small dog and the pieces are maybe a touch on the large side for her, but that being said, she cannot wolf the food down and has to crunch it up. That is probably a plus point for her teeth. The food doesn’t smell strong, the size of the food is uniform, it is dry and hard, but easily chewed up. She hasn’t showed any problems with eating the food and her stools are all normal shape and consistency. Her energy levels are pretty much the same since she has been eating this food. My other dog is much more energetic and is on a different diet, unfortunately he won’t eat his food now that the other dog has something different – it’s like having a bunch of kids in the house.
      • AUTHORSize: 3 Kg What's this?

        on January 7, 2018 at 9:18 am -

        Eaten, enjoyed and no ill effects shown. . This food is marketed at moderately active dogs which suits my one dog fine as she is starting to slow down a bit as she is getting older. The glucosamine and chondroitin should help with her joints and bones. She seems satisfied with it and manages to eat the food with the same enthusiasm she has shown other foods. She is a small dog and the pieces are maybe a touch on the large side for her, but that being said, she cannot wolf the food down and has to crunch it up. That is probably a plus point for her teeth. The food doesn’t smell strong, the size of the food is uniform, it is dry and hard, but easily chewed up. She hasn’t showed any problems with eating the food and her stools are all normal shape and consistency. Her energy levels are pretty much the same since she has been eating this food. My other dog is much more energetic and is on a different diet, unfortunately he won’t eat his food now that the other dog has something different – it’s like having a bunch of kids in the house.
  11. AUTHORSize: 3 Kg What's this?

    on January 9, 2018 at 12:32 am -

    This review is from : Precept Plus Dog Food Foundation 3kg

    Highly recommend this food for older dog, our 10 year old patterdale found this food highly agreeable. . Our 10 year old female patterdale dog who weights around 7. The food is nice a small round and flat with a indent in the middle, the food is not smelly and is compacted and holds together well, it does not brake into fragments. We have been feeding our patterdale dog with this food and she adores it. Toilet issues have been good and we have mixed this food with some packet wet type food as a main meal. I note the states 31% chicken as the first ingredient and that this contains added botanicals and probiotic ingredients, which is excellent. Its proved to be a constant winner and i would recommend this dog food if you are considering the purchase.
  12. AUTHORSize: 3 Kg What's this?

    on January 10, 2018 at 1:42 am -

    This review is from : Precept Plus Dog Food Foundation 3kg

    Highly recommend this food for older dog, our 10 year old patterdale found this food highly agreeable. . Our 10 year old female patterdale dog who weights around 7. The food is nice a small round and flat with a indent in the middle, the food is not smelly and is compacted and holds together well, it does not brake into fragments. We have been feeding our patterdale dog with this food and she adores it. Toilet issues have been good and we have mixed this food with some packet wet type food as a main meal. I note the states 31% chicken as the first ingredient and that this contains added botanicals and probiotic ingredients, which is excellent. Its proved to be a constant winner and i would recommend this dog food if you are considering the purchase.