Dry Dog Food

Dry dog food is a convenient and cost-effective way to feed your pooch, while ensuring they still get all the nutrients they need. If you're looking to find the best food for your dog, our range only includes vet-trusted brands, so you can be sure you're giving them the very best.

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What is the Best Dry Dog Food?

When it comes to which is the best dog kibble, it depends on your dog's preference and needs, and your own preferences. You need to think about your dog's age, breed, and any medical considerations before choosing a food, as this will affect their nutritional needs. For instance, puppy food and senior dog food are different to general adult food. Your dog's taste may also affect your choice, as some dogs can be quite picky eaters!

All our dry dog food brands are recommended by vets, so you can be sure of top quality ingredients and the best nutrition for your pet. Some of our most popular brands include:

Royal Canin

Royal Canin is a solid choice as this brand has a huge range of dry dog food that's all nutritionally balanced. This brand not only offers the staples of dry dog food, but also food for medical conditions and breed specific food. The different foods in this range not only have different kibble size, but also different shapes, even the fussiest dog is sure to find something suit them with this brand.

Burns

Burns supply natural dry dog food, that many dogs love. Because this is a natural brand, it's a great choice for sensitive tummies. While they may not offer such as extensive range as some of the other dry dog food brands, it’s very popular with dog owners. It’s developed by a vet too – with a passion for holistic pet health and the ingredients are sourced from the UK. This brand has a lovely, honest, and animal centric story.

James Wellbeloved

Natural, tasty, and offering a range from puppy dry food to senior dry dog food. All kinds of dried dog food that caters for various sizes of dog, specialities, and flavours. James Wellbeloved has been around for 25 years and they create lovely, provides a natural dry dog food which your pet will love. With no cheap fillers and all natural ingredients, this brand offers nutrient rich and tasty food for your dog.

Purina

Purina is a high-quality brand that provides a wide range of dry dog food. This popular brand is renown for supply the best nutrition in its food, helping to keep your dog happy and healthy. Within the Purina range you will also find veterinary foods designed to help with various ailments.

IAMS

IAMS has a solid philosophy around pet nutrition and has been respected by vets for more than 50 years. Their dry dog food certainly receives some great reviews from customers. With options for smaller breeds as well as their general kibble, this brand has plenty to offer in the range. The cost of IAMS is very competitive, making it one of the best dog food brands if you're constrained by budget but want to ensure your dog gets the best nutrition.

Hills

Hills has a lot of options of dry dog food to choose from, so you're sure to find one to suit your pet. The brand researches and tests its products extensively. Because of this, they tend to be a brand that vets know best and are keen to recommend. Some dry dog food brands will market their dry dog food as natural and nutritionally balanced without having any evidence of this, but with Hills you know they can back up their claims. Which offers many dog owners peace of mind.

Is Dry Dog Food Better Than Wet Dog Food?

Nutritionally, dry dog food is no better or worse than wet dog food, the main difference is water content. Many dog owners prefer to feed their dog a dry diet as it is convenient, easy to store and cost effect as there are more calories packed into kibble. Which dog food you choose to feed your dog, whether dry or wet, comes down to your dog's preference and yours, unless your vet recommends a particular type of food. Some dogs prefer dry food, others prefer wet, some enjoy a mixture, but as long as you are providing a high-quality, vet-recommended dog food, you can be sure that you are supplying them with all their nutritional needs.

If you would like some assistance in deciding which dry food is best for your dog, or whether you should feed them wet or dry, contact one of our team, who can help with your queries.