Who Are Arden Grange?
Arden Grange was founded in 1996 by experienced and acclaimed Ardenburg German Shepherd breeders Graham and Wendy Stephens. Their goal was to provide high-quality dog food that could meet the necessary requirements for optimum pet health and vitality. Now, Arden Grange is available in over 30 countries across the world, but remains a proudly independent family-owned business with Wendy and her daughter, Emma, as company directors. Thanks to their extensive knowledge and understanding of canine dietary requirements, Arden Grange developed a great range of nutritious dog food for all ages and even extended their range to include cat food produced to the same high standard. These wholesome pet foods have options for various life stages and lifestyles, and all their foods are naturally hypoallergenic.
What our customers think of Arden Grange
Arden Grange is a great dog food for dogs that are sensitive to other foods.
Very good quality food, great for a dog that needs a grain free diet.
Have used Arden Grange sensitive for my dog for a number of years. He enjoys it and it helps to keep him fit and healthy.
The cats like this better than another brand. I've not tried it myself, so have no comment from a personal perspective.
Why Feed Arden Grange Pet Food?
Arden Grange pet foods are always high quality, and you can be sure you are feeding your cat or dog a food that will supply them all that they need. This brand of pet food contains no nasties and you can be sure each meal is balanced and healthy. Arden Grange is:
- Highly digestible food
- Made to a fixed formula
- Highly palatable
- Includes botanical supplements in every recipe
- Has foods suitable for different ages and lifestyles
Is Arden Grange Made in the UK?
Arden Grange is run in Sussex countryside, just outside of Brighton where it was founded back in 1996. All Arden Grange pet foods are manufactured in the UK, and are formulated in accordance with the European Pet Food Industry Federation, with ingredients sourced largely from the UK and EU.
Arden Grange Feeding Guide
There are a number of factors to consider when deciding how much food your pet needs to eat to remain happy and healthy. These include:
- The age and species of your pet
- The calorie content of the food
- The size of your pet
- Your pet’s age
- Whether your pet is under, over, or at their optimum weight level
- Extra food or treats in your pet’s diet
- Your pet’s individual temperament, metabolism, and lifestyle
On every Arden Grange food package label, you will find the feeding guide for how many grams of food your pet should get per day depending on their body weight. For example, if you are looking at how much Arden Grange Adult Chicken and Rice your 8kg dog should be given per day, you find the weight range of between 5-10kg on the feeding guide and feed them the amount listed. In this case, 85-140 grams per day. Though remember, these feeding guides by weight are recommendations only, each pet will have different needs. For example, an overweight pet may need less food and an underweight pet might need more. You also need to take into account the treats your pet is given.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Arden Grange Gluten Free?
Yes! All Arden Grange products are made without gluten, meaning they contain no wheat, oats, barley, rye or unspecified cereal blends. They also do not contain any dairy or soya products which have been thought to be some of the most common allergens affecting both cats and dogs. This means all food produced by Arden Grange is hypoallergenic.
Is Arden Grange High in Fibre?
No, Arden Grange is not a high fibre diet for dogs and cats. The foods are formulated for animals with a “normal” fibre requirement. If your pet needs high fibre, you can still feed Arden Grange, but include a fibre supplement into their diet to meet their needs.
What Meat Sources Are Used in Arden Grange?
Arden Grange only uses high-quality meat sources in their pet food. This is in the form of fresh meat and meat meal. Fresh meat is less processed, highly palatable, and easy to digest. Meat meal is simply dehydrated meat, meaning that it is concentrated.