As you can probably tell from the title of today’s article, we’re going to be exploring wet dog food – specifically looking at the best wet dog foods brands and products currently available in the UK.
With so many wet dog foods currently available on the market, it’s almost impossible to figure out which is the best option for your dog and your budget.
We know the last thing you want to be doing is sitting down and researching every single brand, their range of products, the ingredients they use, the analytical constituents of said products…because you’d be there for days and days! So, instead of you doing it, we’ve done it for you.
We’ve scoured the vast reaches of the web and used our expert knowledge to whittle down all of the wet dog food brands and products to what we feel are the very best you can buy, i.e. they’re the best for your dog.
Of course, no brand or product gets an easy pass here at Barf Pet Foods; we scrutinize everything and make sure that dog food brands live up to the typically high expectations their marketing blurb instils! So even though the products you see below are the cream of the crop, we’ll still hold them to account and give you a 100% unbiased, no-holds-barred, independent review.
Plus, we’ll look at wet dog foods not only for adult dogs but puppies and senior dogs too – so no matter how old (or young!) your pooch is, you’ll come away knowing what the best wet food choices are.
To make life as easy for you as possible, we break down each product analysis into several sections:
– A brief look at the brand, the message it conveys and its ethos. This is important as it allows us to see whether a brand’s products back up what they’re saying. After all, no one wants to be told they’re buying a diamond yet ends up with a Moissanite!
– An in-depth look at the ingredients and analytical constituents (nutritional profile). How much meat is in the product? Are there any fillers? Are there any artificial flavours, preservatives or colours? Is there enough protein and energy? Is there a full range of micronutrients (vitamins and minerals)?
– Is the product cost-effective? We break down the cost per day and per month for each product so you can see the real-life, everyday costs involved.
– Our final verdict. The pros, the cons, and everything in between. We’ll not pull any punches…if any need be thrown, that is!
When looking for wet dog foods, it’s important to make sure the following boxes are ticked to ensure your dog is getting a high-quality and nutritionally balanced diet:
– High levels of protein from high-quality sources, i.e. actual meat, not ‘meat derivatives.
– Little or no carbohydrate-based fillers (<10%).
– Added vegetables.
– No artificial flavours, preservatives, or colours.
– Added vitamins and minerals.
So, without further ado, let’s take a look at the best wet dog food for dogs currently available in the UK.
The Best Wet Dog Food For Adult Dogs
#1 – Forthglade Wet Dog Food for Adult Dogs
We’re going to kick things off with Forthglade wet dog food. Why Forthglade? Because they were voted No.1 wet dog food by Dogs Monthly magazine; therefore, we thought we’d cast our expert eye over their range of wet dog food to see whether it really is all it is made out to be!
If you’ve never heard of Forthglade before, don’t worry, we’ll furnish you with a brief introduction to the brand (and the people behind it) before exploring their range of wet dog foods to see just how good they are.
According to their website, Forthglade is a dog food brand that was established by a ‘bunch of Devonian dog lovers and experts in pet nutrition’ 50 years ago in 1971 in the heart of the Devonian countryside. Their ethos revolves around the belief that pet food should be ‘wholesome, nourishing and uncomplicated’. It all sounds rather idyllic, doesn’t it? But does this impressive ethos translate over to their range of wet dog food? Let’s find out.
Forthglade: What They Say About Their Products & Ingredients
Before we delve into specific products, let’s take a look at what Forthglade say about their ingredients and how they make their food. If you’ve read any of our previous pet food reviews, you’ll be aware that we like to examine a manufacturer’s marketing blurb and see whether or not their range of products lives up to the (often) lofty expectations they lay out in their marketing blurb!
Luckily for us, Forthglade have got a whole section dedicated to their ingredients on their website, so it’d be a shame not to explore what they have to say (and then see whether this is backed up in the products). Here’s what they say:
Natural ingredients: They use natural ingredients with added vitamins and minerals for their range of complete wet dog food meals.
Free from junk and fillers: Their range of pet foods are completely free from junk, fillers, and artificial preservatives, flavours, and colours.
Honesty promise: Simple, wholesome ingredients and easy to understand recipes.
Following that, they share how they make their food:
Unique recipes: Each recipe is individually designed by their team of dog lovers and taste-tested by dogs.
Quality ingredients: They use high-quality ingredients – the majority of which come from the UK.
Vitamins and minerals: They add vitamins and minerals to their complete meals to ensure all micronutrients are provided.
Gently cooked: They use gentle cooking methods such as cold pressing and steaming to ensure that the ingredients retain as much of their natural goodness and flavour as possible.
All of the above is very impressive, I must say; however, the only way to truly tell if Forthglade wet dog food is worth spending your hard-earned money on is to examine the individual products available – so let’s do just that.
Forthglade Complete Wet Dog Food – Grain Free
Size: 12 x 395g
Flavours: Meat variety: 4 x Turkey, 4 x Lamb, 4 x Duck; Poultry variety: Chicken x 4; Turkey x 4; Chicken with liver x 4; Fish variety: Salmon x 6, Sardines x 6.
We’ll start proceedings by looking at Forthglade’s complete grain-free wet dog food variety pack. As you can see from the above list, the variety packs consist of 12 x 395g trays and comes in three different flavours: turkey, lamb, and duck.
To ascertain just how good (or bad) Forthglade’s complete grain-free wet dog food is, we need to examine two things: the ingredient lists and the analytical constituents, so let’s do just that.
(To save on boring you to death with every single ingredient list of every single flavour they do, we’ll just look at the Meat Variety pack).
Turkey with sweet potato & vegetables
Ingredients: Turkey (75%)*, Sweet Potato (4%)*, Carrots (2%)*, Peas (2%)*, Minerals, Linseed Oil (0.5%)*, Dried Seaweed (0.45%)*, Herbs (Camomile, Parsley, Rosemary, Nettle) (0.12%)*, Chicory Root Extract (as a source of Prebiotic Fructo-oligosaccharide (0.05%)*, Glucosamine (50mg/kg), Chondroitin (50mg/kg), Yucca Extract (0.005%)* + nutritional additives . *natural ingredient
Analytical constituents: Crude Protein 11%, Crude Fibres 0.7%, Crude Fat 7.5%, Crude Ash 4%, Moisture 70%.
Duck with potato & vegetables
Ingredients: Duck (75%)*, Potato Flakes (4%)*, Carrots (2%)*, Peas (2%), Minerals, Linseed Oil (0.5%)*, Dried Seaweed (0.45%)*, Herbs (Camomile, Parsley, Rosemary, Nettle) (0.12%)*, Chicory Root Extract (as a source of Prebiotic Fructo-oligosaccharide (0.05%)*, Glucosamine (50mg/kg), Chondroitin (50mg/kg), Yucca Extract (0.005%)* + nutritional additives. *natural ingredient
Analytical constituents: Crude Protein 10.5%, Crude Fibres 0.7%, Crude Fat 9.5%, Crude Ash 3.5%, Moisture 70%.
Lamb with butternut squash & vegetables
Ingredients: Lamb (75%)*, Butternut Squash (4%)*, Carrots (2%)*, Peas (2%)*, Minerals, Linseed Oil (0.5%)*, Dried Seaweed (0.45%)*, Herbs (Camomile, Parsley, Rosemary, Nettle) (0.12%)*, Chicory Root Extract (as a source of Prebiotic Fructo-oligosaccharide (0.05%)*, Glucosamine (50mg/kg), Chondroitin (50mg/kg), Yucca Extract (0.005%)* + nutritional additives. *natural ingredient
Analytical constituents: Crude Protein 10.5%, Crude Fibres 0.7%, Crude Oils & Fats 8%, Crude Ash 4%, Moisture 70%.
The first thing that stands out is the 75% meat content of each flavour. Given that typical wet dog food offerings you find on supermarket shelves typically have around 40% meat (and meat derivatives), 75% is an encouraging sign.
The remaining 25% is made up of vegetables, extracts, oils, supplements, vitamins and minerals – all of which help make the meal ‘complete’, i.e. it provides everything your dog needs to remain healthy. Although 25% may seem like a lot, only 8% of this is comes from a carbohydrate source (potato/sweet potato/butternut squash) and vegetables (peas and carrots). Carbohydrates are often used as cheap fillers in dog food, but with only 4% coming from carbohydrates, it’s safe to say that they aren’t be used as fillers in Forthglade’s wet grain-free complete wet dog food.
So, we can tick off the ingredients as being high-quality and something you’d want to feed your beloved four-legged friend on a daily basis.
All looks good so far; however, what do the analytical constituents tell us?
If this is the first time you’ve thought about using a wet dog food, you’ll no doubt be surprised how low the protein percentage is compared to dry dog foods, which are usually between 28%-40% protein. However, by their very nature, wet foods are lower in protein due to the natural state of the ingredients.
And, if fed according to Forthglade’s feeding guidelines, your four-legged buddy will get a sufficient amount of protein and other macro- and micronutrients.
Let’s take a 20kg dog, for example. Forthglade suggests feeding around one and a half trays per day, which equates to 592.5g of food (395g per tray x 1.5). At 10.5% protein, this still gives your dog over 60g of protein per day, which is more than enough.
Given the lower levels of carbohydrates in Forthglade’s complete grain-free wet dog food, it’s important that adequate fat is provided to ensure your dog has sufficient energy. At an average of 8.5% fat, a 20kg dog would get 50g of fat per day, which, again, is plenty.
Add in the additional vitamins, minerals, supplements, and extracts, and you have a complete wet food that has enough protein, energy (from fat) and nutritional additives to ensure your dog gets what they need to be healthy.
Is it cost-effective?
If we take the aforementioned Meat Variety pack and use the example of a 20kg dog (using Forthglade’s feeding guides), we can use a little bit of maths to figure out the daily and monthly costs of feeding your dog.
Feeding at 1 ½ trays per day (45 trays per month), it will cost the following to feed a 20kg dog:
At present, 12 trays cost £14.00 on Amazon, which equates to £1.17 per tray x 1.5 = £1.76 per day or £52.80 per month.
Our verdict: In short, Forthglade’s complete grain-free wet dog food is one of the best on the market. Not only is it brimming full of high-quality ingredients and all the macro- and micro-nutrients your dog needs, but it also comes in at a very reasonable price for a complete wet food.
#2 – Pooch and Mutt Wet Dog Food
Second, on our list is Pooch and Mutt. I have to admit; we here at Barf Pet Foods are big fans of Pooch and Mutt, given that their mission of a ‘pet food revolution’ has helped to inspire other small(er), independent pet food brands to come to the fore and challenge the monopoly of huge conglomerates like Mars and Nestle. However, this doesn’t mean we’ll show them any favours when we examine their range of wet dog foods. After all, Barf Pet Foods was set up to be completely unbiased, independent, and 100% honest with our readers. So, without further ado, let’s see what Pooch and Mutt’s wet dog food range has to offer.
According to their website, Pooch and Mutt’s wet food is perfect for dogs of all ages, contains fresh meat, fibrous vegetables, and is jam-packed with nutrient-dense vitamins and minerals to keep your four-legged friend happy and healthy – and prebiotics to ensure healthy digestion, which is a crucial factor where dog food is concerned, be it wet or dry.
To ensure things are done evenly, just as we did with Forthglade, we’re going to evaluate Pooch and Mutt’s complete grain-free wet dog food. So, without further ado, let’s crack on.
Pooch & Mutt Complete Grain-Free Wet Dog Food
Size: 12 x 375g
Flavours: Chicken & beef; Chicken, pumpkin & pea; Turkey & chicken; Turkey & duck; Multipack.
To ensure a like-for-like comparison (as much as is possible), we’ll look at Pooch & Mutt’s variety multipack, which contains 12 x 375g trays and contains the following flavours: Chicken & beef; Chicken, pumpkin & pea; Turkey & chicken; Turkey & duck.
To ascertain just how good (or bad) Pooch and Mutt’s complete grain-free wet dog food is, we need to examine two things: the ingredient lists and the analytical constituents, so let’s do just that.
Chicken, pumpkin & pea
Ingredients: Fresh chicken (60%), pumpkin (5%), green peas (1%), carrots (1%), seaweed extract, yucca extract, fructooligosaccharide prebiotics (0.5g/kg).
Analytical constituents: Crude protein 11%, crude fat 7.3%, crude fibre 0.2%, inorganic matter 4%, moisture 79%.
Turkey & duck
Ingredients: Fresh turkey (45%), fresh duck (20%), green peas (3%), carrots (1%), seaweed extract, yucca extract, fructooligosaccharide prebiotics (0.5g/kg).
Analytical constituents: Crude protein 10.25%, crude fat 10%, crude fibre 0.2%, inorganic matter 4%, moisture 69%.
Turkey & chicken
Ingredients: Fresh turkey (26%), fresh chicken (21%), potato, carrot (1%), salmon oil, dried vegetables (carrot, broccoli, potato) (1%), dried blueberries (0.25%), dried apple (0.25%), dried papaya (0.25%), seaweed extract, yucca extract, fructooligosaccharide prebiotics (0.5 g/kg).
Analytical constituents: Crude protein 8%, crude fat 7%, crude fibre 0.5%, inorganic matter 2.5%, moisture 78%.
Chicken & beef
Ingredients: Chicken (36.7%), beef (15%), carrots (2.5%), vegetables (from dried potato (1.5%), carrot (1.7%) and broccoli (0.8%)), dried algae (Fucus vesiculosus), prebiotics (xylo-oligosaccharides) (0.2 g/kg), sea buckthorn (70mg/kg), yucca schidigera extract.
Analytical constituents: Crude protein 8.6%, crude fat 8.2%, inorganic matter 2.7%, crude fibre 1.1%, moisture 77.8%.
Straight away, you’ll notice that the percentage of meat in Pooch & Mutt complete grain-free wet dog food is less than Forthglade; Chicken, pumpkin & pea and Turkey & duck contain 65% meat, whereas Turkey & chicken and Chicken & beef contain 45% and 51.7% respectively. While the former two flavours aren’t massively different, the latter two are – and that’s something that definitely should be taken into consideration.
If we look at the remaining ingredients, it’s much the same story as Forthglade, i.e. small amounts of carbohydrate sources, a smattering of vegetables, and an array of extracts, supplements, and vitamins and minerals. And just like Forthglade’s wet dog food, Pooch & Mutt’s offerings are not full of fillers to bulk the food out and make it cheaper to produce; in fact, there’s almost no filler at all, which is great to see.
All looks pretty good so far; however, what do the analytical constituents tell us?
Once again, the same story unfolds – the former two flavours, Chicken, pumpkin & pea and Turkey & duck, appear to be superior where protein content is concerned, containing 11% and 10.25%, respectively. The latter two flavours – Turkey & chicken and Chicken & beef, contain less at 8% and 8.6%.
The question is, will this mean that your dog get more protein than they need if you feed them either of the latter two flavours? Well, let’s use the example of a 20kg dog and the manufacturer’s feeding guides to figure it out.
According to their website, Pooch and Mutt recommend feeding a 20kg dog two packs per day (it varies per flavour, but it averages out at two), which totals 750g of total food. If we break this down for each flavour, we get the following:
Chicken, pumpkin & pea (11% protein / 7.3% fat): 82.5g of protein / 54.75g of fat.
Turkey & duck (10.25% protein / 10% fat): 76.875g protein / 75g of fat.
Turkey & chicken (8% protein / 7% fat): 60g of protein / 52.5g of fat.
Chicken & beef (8.6% protein / 8.2% fat): 64.5g / 61.5g of fat.
From this, it’s evident that regardless of which flavour you feed your dog, if you feed them two packs per day, they’ll be getting more than enough protein and fat.
However, I think it’s wise to point out that both the Chicken, pumpkin & pea and Turkey & duck flavours actually provide a bit too much protein, so it would be feasible to decrease feeding to 1 ½ to 1 ¾ packets per day for these flavours.
Plus, all flavours contain the full spectrum of vitamins and minerals, in addition to extra ‘goodies’ to help boost health, vitality, and digestion.
Is it cost-effective?
If we use the example of a 20kg dog (using Pooch and Mutt’s feeding guides), we can use a little bit of maths to figure out the daily and monthly costs of feeding your dog. We’ll use the Turkey & Duck flavour for this example.
Feeding at 1 ½ packs per day (45 trays per month), it will cost the following to feed a 20kg dog:
At present, 12 packets costs £22.68 on Amazon, which equates to £1.89 per packet x 1.5 = £2.84 per day or £85.20 per month.
Our verdict: Of course, going on the above figures, it’s obvious that Pooch & Mutt’s complete grain-free dog food is more expensive than Forthglade’s; however, from our experience, the vast majority of high-quality complete grain-free wet foods are within the £70 – £95 per month price bracket simply because they cost more to produce and don’t contain fillers and other rubbish (Forthglade’s does seem to be a one-off where high quality and very reasonable price is concerned!).
In terms of quality, Pooch & Mutt’s wet dog food is certainly one of the best options currently available on the market. Plus, they’re an independent brand fighting back against the big corporations, and they use sustainable packaging as much as they can. All in all, great products and great cause well worth your support!
The Best Wet Dog Food For Puppies
Given that the first year of your dog’s life is so important to their physical and mental development, it’s absolutely imperative that they receive the best food you can afford. While most owners will opt for dry food or a combination of dry and wet food due to cost, if you are in the position to feed your puppy a complete wet food, you really will give them the best start in life.
The question is, which wet food is best? With so many products out there, it’s a challenge trying to decipher the blurb and claims and actually figure out which is best. Luckily, we’ve done all the hard work for you and found what we feel are the best wet puppy foods currently available in the UK.
#1 – NatureDiet Wet Puppy Food
NatureDiet are a relatively new brand, but that shouldn’t put you off – it certainly doesn’t put us off, that’s for sure. In fact, we like new brands that try to do something different rather than following the crowd and producing the same wet foods as everyone else.
If you are unfamiliar with NatureDiet, here are a few key points we’ve extracted from their website to give you a flavour of what they’re about (no pun intended!):
– NatureDiet believe that a ‘happy tummy makes a happy dog’, which is why they’ve developed simple, wholesome meals that are easily digestible and brimming full of natural, healthy ingredients to keep your dog in tip-top shape and feeling happy.
– They’ promise’ to make super nutritious meals that are both kind to the environment and affordable, and are made from 100% natural ingredients sourced and manufactured in the UK.
– They have a ‘less is more’ ethos, meaning they only use three to four key ingredients in each recipe.
– Their meals are gently steamed to retain all of the ingredients natural goodness, or, in their words, ‘cooked to perfection’.
The burning question is, is their wet puppy food as good as they make it out to be?
Let’s find out.
NatureDiet’ Feel Good’ Complete Wet Food For Puppies
Size: 18 x 390g
Flavour: Chicken & Lamb
Usage: For puppies up to 12 months old.
Let’s start by looking at the ingredient list and nutritional profile.
Ingredients: Chicken 36%, Lamb 24%, Rice 7%, Carrots 4%, Dried Egg, Natural Ground Bone, Dried Seaweed, Vitamin A 2,580IU, Vitamin D3 215IU, Selenium (Sodium Selenite) 0.02mg, Iron (Iron (II) Sulphate Monohydrate) 17.2mg, Copper (Cupric Sulphate Pentahydrate) 4.8mg, Manganese (Manganese Sulphate Monohydrate) 5.7m,g Zinc (Zinc Sulphate Heptahydrate) 47.8mg.
Analytical constituents: Crude Protein 10%, Crude Oils & Fats 8% , Crude Fibres: 2%, Crude Ash: 2.5% , Moisture: 72%, Calories 130 kCal/100g.
So, what does this tell us about NatureDiet’s puppy food?
Well, firstly, it has a meat content of 70%.
Is 70% high?
Yes, it is. If you look at standard supermarket brands, you’ll be lucky to find 40% meat content, and the vast majority of that will be ‘meat derivatives, i.e. feet, heads, tongue, tails, gristle etc. – things you’d rather not feed your puppy in great quantities.
Opting for products that contain a high percentage of high-quality actual meat is always a good idea, and this food ticks both of these boxes. Furthermore, it combines two different meat sources – chicken and lamb – which is always a bit of a bonus.
But what about the other 30%?
Well, as you can see, it’s made up of rice, carrots, dried egg, dried bone, dried seaweed and an array of vitamins and minerals. While you’ll often see the addition of rice and vegetables in wet puppy (and adult dog) foods, two things you don’t often see are dried egg and dried bone, which are great additions as they add natural sources of protein, fat, and calcium to the formula – so that’s a thumbs up from us.
Is there anything we’d change about the ingredient profile?
If we’re really picky, we’d suggest upping the meat content even higher and taking out the rice (as it’s not really needed), but that would likely impact the product’s affordability. And, as affordability is important, we’d rather see a product contain a small percentage of rice and be well priced rather than containing a super-high meat content (75%+) and be more expensive. After all, the ingredient profile of NatureDiet’s puppy food is very, very good.
What about the analytical constituents (nutritional profile)?
At 10% protein and 8% fat, NatureDiet’s chicken and lamb wet puppy food contains plenty of protein and energy for growing puppy if fed according to NatureDiet’s feeding guidelines.
Again, if we were being picky, we’d want to see a little more protein, but given that wet foods are, by their very nature, lower in protein compared to dry foods, 10% is good enough. After all, popular brands you’ll find in the supermarket often contain around 7% protein from very poor sources.
Plus, all flavours contain the full spectrum of vitamins and minerals, in addition to extra ‘goodies’ to help boost health, vitality, and digestion.
Is it cost-effective?
To calculate the cost-effectiveness of NatureDiet’s wet puppy food, we’ll use three examples – a 5kg puppy, a 15kg puppy and a 25kg puppy. We’re using three examples as puppies grow very rapidly during their first 12 months, so it’s important to see how their growth (and weight) will impact the cost.
According to their feeding guidelines:
– Puppies between 0-10kg should be fed up to 1 2/3 packs per day.
– Puppies between 10-20kg should be fed up to 2 ¾ packs per day.
– Puppies between 20-30kg should be fed up to 3 ¾ per day.
Based on this, we’ll use the following feeding suggestions for these examples:
– 5kg puppy – 1 pack per day.
– 15kg puppy – 2 packs per day.
– 25kg puppy – 3 packs per day.
How much will this cost?
Well, based on Amazon’s current pricing of £16.09 for 18 packs, we can make the following calculations:
– 5kg puppy fed 1 pack per day = 0.90p per day or £27 per month.
– 15kg puppy fed 2 packs per day = £1.80 per day or £54 per month.
– 25kg puppy fed 3 packs per day = £2.70 per day or £81 per month.
Is this good value?
If we base our answer purely on price, it’s about what you’d expect to pay; however, given the quality of the product, we think NatureDiet’s wet puppy food is very good value for money.
Our verdict: For the price, NatureDiet’s wet puppy food is our number one choice given the quality of the ingredients, the high meat content, the additional goodies included, and the fact it is designed to be as easy on your puppy’s digestion as a puppy food can be. Their ‘less is more’ ethos is something we really, really like.
The Best Wet Dog Food For Senior Dogs
Last, but certainly not least (older dogs need lots of love too – perhaps even more love!), we’re going to take a look at our top picks for wet foods for senior dogs.
#1 – Forthglade Complete Grain-Free Natural Dog Food for Senior Dogs
Yes, Forthglade sit atop our senior dog wet food list, too! As we’ve already discussed Forthglade’s ethos, we’ll not regurgitate it here again (if you haven’t, you can go back to the top of the article and read it there), so instead, we’ll crack on and discuss their wet food for senior dogs.
Let’s take a look at why we rate Forthglade’s wet food for seniors so highly by first looking at the ingredient and nutritional profiles, respectively.
Ingredients: Turkey (75%), Butternut Squash (4%), Carrots (2%), Peas (2%), Minerals, Linseed Oil (0.5%), Seaweed (0.45%), Prebiotic – Fructooligosaccharide, Yucca, Glucosamine (100mg/kg), Chondroitin (100mg/kg), Chamomile, Parsley, Rosemary, Nettle. Nutritional additives: Additives (per kg): Vitamin A 2,500IU, Vitamin D3 200IU, Vitamin E 30mg. Trace Elements: Zinc Chelate of Amino Acids Hydrate 139mg, Iron Chelate of Amino Acids Hydrate 33mg, Copper Chelate of Amino Acids Hydrate 20mg, Calcium Iodate Anhydrous 0.8mg.
Analytical constituents: Crude Protein 11%, Crude Fibres 0.7%, Crude Oils & Fats 7.5%, Crude Ash 4%, Moisture 70%.
The lion’s share of the ingredient profile comes from high-quality meat: check. No carbohydrate-based fillers: check. Added vegetables: check. Added extracts, oils, supplements and other healthy ‘goodies’: check. Natural ingredients: check. Full range of vitamins and minerals: check. High protein levels: check. Sufficient fats for energy and a healthy coat: check.
Need we say more…?
Is it cost-effective?
To illustrate cost, we’ll use two examples – a 20kg dog and a 40kg dog being fed according to Forthglade’s feeding guidelines.
– 20kg dog – 1 1/4 trays per day.
– 40kg dog – 2 trays per day.
Amazon’s current price is £21.99 for 18 trays, which equals £1.23 per tray. Fed at the above amounts, this works out at:
– 20kg dog = £1.54 per day or £46.20 per month.
– 40kg dog = £2.46 per day or £73.80 per month.
Is this value for money?
If we base our answer purely on price, it’s about what you’d expect to pay; however, given the quality of the product, we think Forthglade’s wet senior dog food is very good value for money.
Our verdict: Packed full of high-quality, natural ingredients, with more than adequate protein, a full array of micronutrients, and priced very affordably, it’s clear why Forthglade’s senior wet dog food is our number one choice.