Grain free dog food brands

Grain free dog food packs are specially formulated for dogs suffering with frequent stomach indigestion, bloating or are in pain after meals. This type of dog food might be recommended as a diet change over a certain period of time by a certified vet.

The grain-free dog food is mainly hypoallergenic and suitable for dogs that have shown symptoms of wheat allergy or the ones that suffer from digestive issues.

Dog owners should only change their dogs' diet at a vet's recommendation and maintain this diet for the period of time that was advised. Before changing the usual food given to a dog, the vet might ask you to start a trial period before switching to a grain-free diet, in order to see how your dog manages the change.

Dog food brands across the world started to produce grain-free and gluten-free dog food to cater for all breed size and life stages. Too much choice might appear confusing for dog owners, especially as these types of products from certain brands were highlighted as being problematic for some dogs (linking with heart disease due to the lack of or reduced Taurine content and the use of unsuitable grain replacements).



Brands that offer high-quality grain free dog food formulas


Good brands should be packed with protein and have ingredients of the finest quality, Omega 6 and Omega 3, and plenty of good oils.

The starches used to replace the grain content should be of good quality, with cellulose and soy being a small addition to the kibble or the wet food pack. Here are our preferred grain-free dog food brands:


  • Purina

Offers grain-free kibble and wet dog food with different choices of meat. They also have grain-free dog treats in “Honest to Dog” pouches of 142g.


  • Victor Dog Foods

This is a super premium brand that has grain-free dry food suitable for dogs at all life stages. They also have canned formulas with meat and vegetables in delicious gravy sauce. If you want to learn more about their offer, read here Victor Dog Food reviews.


  • Eden

With a holistic approach to feeding pets, this brand sells grain and gluten-free dog food with added probiotics, suitable for all dog breed sizes and different life stages.


  • Lily's Kitchen

Offers a complete menu for dogs and puppies: dry kibble, wet food and treat pouches. Lily's Kitchen diabetic dog treats can help tempt your diabetic dog into eating regularly.


  • Harringtons

Offer grain-free dry food for adult dogs suitable for all breeds, with three flavors: chicken and sweet potato, salmon and sweet potato and turkey and sweet potato.



Where to buy these brands


Buying grain-free dog food is quite easy as it can be found in supermarkets, pet shops and pet clinics.

If you prefer the comfort of buying online, the brands listed above have their own webshops. Additionally, you can find grain-free dog food on websites that contain pet food reviews, on Amazon or eBay.


Switching diets


When the grain-free diet period nears the end, getting back to the usual dog food should be done in staggered steps to avoid stomach pain and bloating.

Always consult with a vet before changing your dog’s diet from normal to grain or gluten-free food or vice-versa.


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