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Harringtons Dog Food
Treat your pooch to something tasty, natural, and environmentally friendly when you purchase a bag (or two!) of Harringtons dog food from our extensive online selection of delectable doggy dinners. Boasting wet and dry dog food options, as well as some irresistible Fresh Bakes treats, it's sure to convert your pup!
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About Harringtons Dog Food
Featuring delicious dinners for a range of pooches no matter their age or lifestyle, you can ensure that your pet enjoys dinner time while also ingesting all of those vital natural ingredients, too! That's right, Harringtons create a range of dog food that's suitable for supporting the development of puppies, adult dogs, and even senior dogs to provide them with the best quality of life.
What are the different kinds of Harringtons dog food?
To please your pet, Harringtons offer a range of both wet and dry dog food as well as a selection of tasty treats that are able to satisfy even the fussiest of dogs. By way of illustrating, some of the irresistible dry Harringtons dog food flavours include Turkey and Rice, Lamb and Rice, Salmon and Potato, and even Turkey and Vegetable to give your pooch a wide array of flavours to savour. Not to mention, these bags of dry food are often available in a choice of weight (from compact 1kg bags to generous 15kg bag) and can even be bought in puppy or senior dogs version to tailor the ingredients to their current requirements at these stages of their lives.
If your precious pooch prefers wet dog food, then you can treat them to the delicious flavours of Salmon, Duck, Chicken and Turkey, all complete with Potatoes and Vegetables to appease their hunger. These tasty wet dog food flavours are available in either 7 x 150g bags or larger 8 x 400g portions to suit the size and appetite of your dog. Also ideal for training purposes and just occasional treats, why not check out Harringtons selection of Fresh Bakes treats? Boasting freshly-prepared meats in bags labelled Roast Chicken Tasty Bones, Baked Salmon Fish Bites, and Slow-cooked Lamb Chunks, getting your dog to roll over and play dead is a cinch with these succulent and grain-free treats.
What makes Harringtons dog food different?
If you've always had a furry friend in your life, then you'll be well aware of all the numerous dog food suppliers that exist! So, why should you choose Harringtons? Well, Harringtons pride themselves on using only the most natural ingredients to create their variations of dog food as this is the best way to support your pooch's wellbeing and happiness. On top of this, Harringtons also love their pets just as much as you do which is why they get involved with the broader pet community by doing their bit for rescue centres, fire dogs, pet therapy animals and mountain rescue dogs.
If you need yet another reason to shop Harringtons dog food, then you'll love their socially and environmentally responsible approach to recycling and sustainability. By generating their own electricity, sourcing locally in Yorkshire, reducing their water usage, and limiting their use of plastic, they hope to have the smallest environmental impact possible. What's not to love?
Harringtons Dog Food FAQs
Can I give scrambled eggs to my dog with Harringtons Dog Food?
Dogs should not eat raw or undercooked eggs. The eggs won't lose protein once cooked. So whichever you prepare them – boiled or scrambled, they should be thoroughly cooked through.
What veggies and fruits are a no-go for my dog?
Your dog should not eat grapes or raisins, avocados, mushroom, nuts, tomatoes that are not ripe, garlic and onions.
Can I add cheese to a Harringtons Dog Food meal?
Cheese is usually safe for dogs, but there are a few things to keep in mind. Cheese is high in fat, and if you give him too much, it may lead to weight gain and obesity. It may also lead to pancreatitis. As with all treats, everything should be given in moderation.
What's the best food to give my dog?
Besides Harringtons Dog Food, there are many choices out there. Meat is great, as long as it is boneless and skinless. You can feed your dog chicken, turkey, beef, liver and fish. You can also feed your dog whole grains – brown rice, wheat, oatmeal, quinoa, couscous and even boiled pasta, without the sauce. If you're unsure what to feed your dog, always ask your vet.
Is grain-free dog food bad?
While some vets may recommend a grain-free diet, particularly if your dog suffers from food allergies, it’s not a necessity for most dogs. It’s a common misconception that grain-free dog food doesn’t contain carbohydrates, but this isn’t strictly true. Most grain-free dog foods typically replace the standard wheat, corn and rice ingredients with something like potatoes, lentils, peas or quinoa, providing much-needed energy to your active four-legged friends. The most important factor to consider when choosing dog food is that it provides the optimum level of balanced nutrition. If you’re thinking of switching your dog to a grain-free diet, it’s worth consulting your vet first.