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Feeding your dog a natural diet with Naturediet.

Developed by our canine nutrition experts, our Feeding Calculator has been created as guidelines for the correct amount of food for growing pups and adult dogs to maintain a healthy weight.

Every dog is different, and you may want to take into account your dog’s activity level, age and appetite when deciding how much to feed.

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Your puppy needs extra nutrients to help them grown into a strong and healthy dog. Naturediet’s range of puppy foods are complete, nutritionally balanced recipes with all the vitamins and minerals required for the best start in life.

We suggest feeding our puppy products for up to 12 months to ensure your pup reaches their full potential weight, however our adult ranges are suitable from 6 months.  We would always suggest consulting your vet before making any dietary changes.

Any questions? - contact your vet, or our fab customer services team

Adult Dogs

Our natural dog food is suitable for all breeds, ages, sizes and lifestyles. They are nutritionally balanced, complete meals. 

You can find out more about our food here


Diet plays a major part in maintaining health and fitness.  

Just like us humans, as your dog grows older, their nutritional needs change.  

Older dogs tend to need less calories as they aren’t as energetic. Senior Lite is highly digestible, lower in calories and has a great source of natural fibre.

You can find out more about SENIOR LiTE here

Feeding FAQs

Changing to Naturediet

If you're thinking about changing your dog’s menu to our natural, delicious food, we recommend gradually introducing the food over a 2 week period.

Mix small amounts of Naturediet into your dog's usual food, gradually increasing the amount of Naturediet and decreasing the original food, until you are feeding the recommended amount. This will give your dog’s digestive system a chance to adapt and is unlikely to cause upset.

Do I need to supplement Naturediet?

Naturediet recipes are complete and balanced, with all the essential nutrients needed for health and well-being with no nutritional supplements needed unless advised by your vet.

Drinking water should always be available and gnawing items provided for tooth and gum hygiene.

Why is my dog drinking less water since changing to Naturediet?

Like us humans, dogs need to drink regularly so that they do not become dehydrated. The amount your dog drinks will depend on the type of food they eat.

A reduction in water consumption is expected when changing to Naturediet wet foods as our foods are naturally high in moisture.

Can I give my dog milk products?

All mammals are born with the ability to digest and utilise the energy provided by their mother’s milk, as they produce a digestive enzyme called lactase; this breaks down the milk sugar lactose which would otherwise pass intact to the bowel.

However, mammals only feed from their mother for a short period of time and lactase production is therefore limited to the first months of life and once weaned is no longer made available during digestion. Many animals therefore become naturally intolerant of milk products as they mature.

If milk has remained a constant part of the diet since birth, then lactase production may continue into adulthood and if milk is deemed desirable within the diet we recommend the use of goat/sheep milk as opposed to cow’s milk.

Goat/sheep’s milk is naturally homogenised which means the fat molecules are equally dispersed throughout the liquid, unlike cow’s milk whose fat coagulates, forming a distinct layer. The fat molecules are also smaller in goat/sheep products and thereby easier to digest.

Do dogs need to be given biscuits for their teeth?

It’s an age old myth that dogs need to be fed kibble biscuits as a way of keeping their teeth clean.

Teeth and gum health may be improved by the provision of gnawing items like raw vegetables. These encourage your dog to use its natural gnawing instinct to clean the teeth and gums thereby reducing tartar build up and tooth decay.