Make the right choice from our high-quality range of nutritious dry dog food. Browse the best option for your pet depending on their weight, height, and breed and help make their mealtimes a highlight of the day. Shop popular brands at sustainable prices so that you always have options. Choose from famously popular products for both adult dogs and puppies from Royal Canin, Hill’s, Purina and James Wellbeloved; all veterinary approved.
As with all foods, it depends on a number of factors - breed, size, age, weight, and nutritional needs. Plus, does your dog has any specific medical conditions? Another major consideration is ‘will my dog like it’ – is it palatable? You may have to try a few out to be sure. Some of the big dry dog food brands are Royal Canin, Burns, James Wellbeloved and Purina. Each has its own unique options and qualities.
Royal Canin is a solid choice as they have a huge range of dry dog food and it’s all nutritionally balanced. Pet owners usually pick dry dog food for convivence, cost and if their dog has any oral issues – as dry food is thought to be kinder to a dog’s teeth. But for dogs who are used to wet food, they may not find this alternative as appealing. The great thing about Royal Canin is its choice of flavours, and even its size and shape of kibble. Take a look at this review here for more information.
You’ll like Burns dry dog food as it’s natural, and very tasty. Burns have a free-from option and a sensitive dry dog food. 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. The ingredients are sourced from the UK. This brand has a lovely, honest, and animal centric story.
Natural, tasty, and offering a range from puppy dry food to senior dry dog food. All kinds of size of dog, specialities, and flavours. James Wellbeloved has been around for 25 years and they create lovely, natural dry dog food which your pet will love. And you’ll see from scanning the label that there are no nasties – just lots of nutrients and a bunch of tasty ingredients.
Purina dry dog food use animal-based ingredients – great for protein. You’ll also find plant-based products on the label – vegetables and minerals. Their foods may not be based as strongly in science – compared to some of the other dry dog food brands, but they are high quality foods which your pets will love to eat.
Choose IAMS for puppy dry food, small breeds, seniors and more. IAMS has a sold 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. They offer a unique MiniChunks option for smaller breeds, and the cost of IAMS compared to some other brands is preferable.
Hills has a lot of options of dry dog food to choose from, which is appealing. The brand researches and tests 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?
There is no right or wrong answer. Unless your vet specially recommends one or the other, or your dog has a particular choice – then it’s down to you. You could always offer both! Dry dog foods are convenient, cost effective and can be good for keeping teeth clean. But wet food also has many benefits.
Can I Feed My Puppy Dry Dog Food?
Yes. You can offer your pup dry dog food, or soft dry dog food, from the age the age of four weeks. There are also lots of options of puppy dry food for you to choose from.