Halifax, West Yorkshire, England
Great idea..needs a tweak.
This food is a fantastic concept, easy to store and prepare. All three of my dogs loved this and got very excited at meal times. I do feel it could do with a tweak in the ingredients and have much less potato in it. The ingredients and vitamins list are very limited and this did make me wonder are my dogs getting all they require from this food. It was purely the expense to keep three dogs on this which made me switch back to kibble ( Orijen ) after this was used.
Baddeley Green, Staffordshire, England
A fine food
I have completed a vast amount of my own research into dog foods, studying such aspects as bad ingredients, protein levels, fat quality, meat sources and vitamins etc. My dogs were on Orijen which is fantastic...however they seemed a little off on it and had itchy feet and loose motions ( even on correct quantity ). During my research Amala came up as a food rated as 4.7 stars,. I liked the ingredients and the quality of the ingredients to. It's not full of rubbish fillers. Also,the protein level is lower than Orijen. The real test is my three dogs ( collie, cocker spaniel and Silky Terrier ). I always soak their food so as not to leave their bodies dehydrated, this food made a lovely gravy when soaked for only five minutes. All three dogs ate their food with great eagerness then checked each other's for leftovers...of which there was none. Time will tell if the itchy feet issue resolves, but so far so good. My only complaint is the see through bags the food come in, leaves it exposed to light and cheapens the look of the food.