Pet post: Harringtons Dog Food review





My two dogs love their dinner time, nearly as much as walkies, so when Harringtons offered to send a bag of their Salmon & Potato complete dog food*, Jazz and Oby were more than happy to give it a go!

As you can see in the video above, they absolutely loved it! Oby even slid down onto the floor to get extra comfy, which is a sign that he’s enjoying his dinner. Whereas Oby tends to ‘wolf’ his dinner down quickly, Jazz savours every mouthful and therefore takes a good while to eat.

Harringtons dog food does not contain any artificial colours or flavours, dairy, soya or added wheat. It does however contain natural sources of vitamins, minerals and trace elements, making it super healthy for dogs. As well as containing salmon (a great source of protein), this particular dog food also contains yeast, to help maintain a healthy digestion and citrus extracts that help support a healthy immune system. It also has a balanced ratio of Omega 6 and 3 fats that help give dogs a glossy coat!

I like the fact that this dog food is made by a smaller company, based in North Yorkshire and that they take care in choosing the ingredients. The fact the food is made from natural ingredients must make it so much healthier for dogs than other foods on the market.

I will definitely be continuing to feed Jazz and Oby Harringtons dog food as it went down a treat! They have already tried the Turkey with Veg flavour and like it just as much. At just £3.28 for a 2kg bag, it is extremely affordable, especially compared to some of the other dog food brands.

Harringtons dog food is available from most supermarkets in the UK, as well as online retailers like Amazon. They have also recently launched their products in France. If you are a blogger with a doggy that fancies reviewing a bag of Harringtons, simply drop them an email and tell them I sent you.

xo

*This item was sent to me for free in exchange for an honest review.
  
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