Fred's mum

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Lowestoft, Suffolk, England
Posted on 17th January 2019
Well eaten and lots of variety
We feed our boy predominantly kibble but add a small amount of wet food as he isn't keen on dry alone.
We have tried other brands, all premium, some he's liked initially but got bored of some he's persistently refused. We tried Akela since it was possible to buy a mixed 6 can tray and it went down a treat. Now we buy 6 x 6 tray packs as it's possible to choose which flavours make up the selection. There are plenty of varieties to choose from ( Mr fussy dog doesn't like them all) so we just pick the ones he prefers.
All varieties look good with good obvious meat content.
Even better is that at £50 for 36 cans its in comparatively economical in comparison to some brands we'd tried.
Orders have arrived promptly.
All in all very happy.

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Lowestoft, Suffolk, England
Posted on 13th October 2018
Happy hound
We recently ordered the Akela wet food mixed pack alongside some of their kibble. We started with one 6 can pack and then the 36 can version because our dog just loves it. We ve tried other premium grain free hypoallergenic brands which we mix with kibble and they've met with mixed results. Generally he likes them to start with but gets bored but thus far there is no sign of this with Akela. He wasn't keen on the fishy one in the first pack so when we ordered the 36 can pack we simply skipped that one from our selections. His particular favourite seems to be turkey and duck. That's the great thing about the multipacks, there are 8 or 9 flavour options so you can pick the ones your dog prefers.
I did notice Akela include some ingredients in their recipes that some other hypoallergenic brands avoid (notably eggs) but we ve had no problems with this at all. I've deducted 1 point for this reason as I do think this can be an issue for some.
Last but not least the Akela is actually rather cheaper than some other premium brands we 've bought.
All in all a real winner.
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