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Moorishly offers natural, grain free and superfood dog and cat foods made with the best ingredients which is delicious and healthy.
Perfect Healthy Dog Food
Moorishly is superior to other foods you dog has tasted.
We use ingredients you would eat.
No Added Artificial Colours & Preservatives.
Bursting with supplements to help support healthy skin & coat.
It tastes so good!!
So Good your dog may never want to eat any other food again!!
Our recipe was created by our top chefs working with our team of nutritionists to create a scrummy taste and experience for your dog inspired by the natural environment of exmoor. Moorishly is a perfectly balanced diet to bring out the foodie in your dog.
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Grain free dog food
Moorishly pet is a range of naturally made, HYPOallergenic healthy dog and cat foods inspired by West Somerset, Exmoor in the UK. These foods are made to the highest possible standards with quality ingredients. Our Range of dog and cat foods includes Natural, grain free and Superfood Recipes With multiple flavours with high-grade fruit, vegetables, meat and fish To enable a balanced and enriched diet
Healthy immune system
help & FAQS
Is Grain Free Dog Food Good For Dogs and Cats?
A grain free diet is simply one that does not contain any grains. Grains are a basic source of complex carbohydrates which have formed a part of our human diet. Most dogs and cats can eat grains without any issues within their daily diet however some struggle to digest these much as many humans do.
Grain free dogs and cat foods play an important role for dogs who have grain intolerances and those that use high quality, natural ingredients offer additional choice as every dogs and cat is different and has their own preferences. A grain-free dogs or cat food that is packed with high-quality ingredients can work wonders for your dogs or cats digestion.
What is the difference Between Gluten free and Grain free pet food?
Grain free pet food arrived from the gluten-free trend in human food. Many believe like humans grain can cause allergies for dogs and cats however the evidence for this is small. The difference between gluten-free and grain-free pet foods is that gluten is the protein that is found in specific types of grain, such as wheat, barley and rye.
Gluten free food is free of these proteins but not all grain contain gluten. This means that gluten free dogs and cat food may or may not be grain free, while grain free food will always be gluten free.
Can Going Grain Free Help My Pet?
Dogs and cats that suffer from conditions such as inflammatory bowel disease, skin diseases, allergies, wind, constipation, diarrhoea, lack of appetite, lack of energy and many chronic health complaints may may be helped by cutting out grains. As it can make your pet feel better and healthier it can also assist with weight loss as they will be more able and willing to run around and exercise.
There is also a growing amount of research to suggest that dogs with sensitive digestions can do well on a grain free diet. Once your vet has ruled out any medical complaint that requires treatment, following a grain free diet may, over a few weeks, make improvements to your dogs or cats overall state of health – especially to their digestion.
Although some dogs and cats are more prone to putting on weight than others, weight gain is only possible when the number of calories going in is greater than the amount being used by the dogs or cat. Therefore, to stop weight gain, or achieve weight loss, your pet has two options: to eat fewer calories or to burn more - or ideally, both.
We offer a range of grain free dog and cat foods specifically designed for lighter diets or for senior pets who may not be so active as they used to which means keeping weight off can be difficult for them. We also supply feeding guides to help ensure your pet is fed the recommended daily amount.
How do I change to a Grain Free diet for my cat or dog?
For a successful diet change, we recommend following the feeding pattern below.
The daily feeding amount should be split into two equal amounts and the proportions of new food increased over the first week as illustrated.
TOP TIPS: For those pets who do not make eating a priority, here are some additional points:
– Reduce the number of tit-bits given during the introductory period
– If your pet has been used to eating wet food, moisten with warm water.
- DAY 1-2: 75% Original Diet - 25% New Food
- DAY 3-4: 50% Original Diet - 50% New Food
- DAY 5-6: 25% Original Diet - 75% New Food
- DAY 7: 100% New Food
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