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Moorishly Puppy dog food is Made In The UK with the best ingredients which is delicious and healthy for young dogs

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Are you looking for a new puppy dog food?

We know how important it is to feed your pup the best possible diet, which is why we created Moorishly Complete puppy dog food. This grain-free formula includes fresh protein sources and no artificial colors or preservatives. It’s also made with sweet potato as an alternative to grains, providing B vitamins that are essential for healthy skin and coat.

our pup deserves the very best in life - so give them what they need! With this high-quality food, your pet will have all of their nutritional needs met without any unnecessary ingredients. Give them a happy life with our delicious recipe today!

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  • We use ingredients you would eat.

  • No Added Artificial Colours & Preservatives.

  • Bursting with supplements to help support healthy skin & coat.


  • Designed for young and puppy Dogs

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Why we think Moorishly Grain free Dry dog food is the best?

Moorishly pet is a range of naturally made, HYPOallergenic healthy dry dog 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 food includes natural, grain free and Superfood Recipes with multiple flavours, high-grade fruit, vegetables, meat and fish to enable a balanced and enriched diet

  • Healthier Coat
  • Better skin
  • Better Breath
  • More energy
  • Excellent Nutrients
  • Healthy immune system

  • Designed for active animals

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help & FAQS

Should I feed my Dog Adult or Puppy Food?

Adult dogs and puppies have completely different nutritional requirements and levels of energy. But how should a pet owner know if they should be feeding their dog a puppy food or an adult food?
A puppies nutritional needs are much more expansive than an adult dog. The reason for this is because puppies need calories for all the energy they have, as well as needing the calories to support their growing bodies and bones. A puppy’s stomach can’t hold as much food as a grown up dog, so it is recommended that they are fed in small portions but more frequent.
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What is Calorie Dense Puppy Dog Food?

One of the main factors of puppy food, concerns a large amount of calories into a small stomach, in order to fuel them until their next feeding. Feeding an adult dog a puppy food would put them at risk of too many calories all at once, whilst feeding a puppy an adult dog food will put them at risk of not having enough calories, which could lead to slowing or stunting of their growth.
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What About Large Breed Puppies?

With Large breed puppies, pet owners need to take extra care, compared to smaller puppies, this is because of the high rate of growth and energy needed as a large breed puppy. This type of dog can be at risk in later life of developing issues with their hips and elbows because of how quickly they grow.
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When Should I Switch To Adult Dog Food?

It is recommended that when a dog reaches 80% of their full adult size, the owner should consider switching them onto adult food. This can happen at different times and ages depending on the breed of the dog. It is suggested that small dogs will reach this size first, at the age of around 9 to 10 months. Medium sized breeds continue to grow until they are about a year old. Whilst Large breed puppies reach 80% in size at around 12 to 16 months old.

We offer a wide range of fantastic recipes that provide the nutritional requirements for any type of dog no matter what breed or lifestage the dog is.
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Is Grain free dog food better for weight loss?

Although some dogs 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 dog. Therefore, to stop weight gain, or achieve weight loss, your dog has two options: to eat fewer calories or to burn more - or ideally, both.

We offer a range of grain free dog foods specifically designed for lighter diets or for senior dogs 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.

Can Going Grain Free Help My Dog?

Dogs 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 dog’s overall state of health – especially to their digestion.

What is the difference Between Gluten free and Grain free Dog food?

Grain free dog food arrived from the gluten-free trend in human food. Many believe like humans grain can cause allergies for dogs 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 dog food may or may not be grain free, while grain free dog food will always be gluten free.

How do I change to Grain Free Dog food?

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 dogs 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 dog has been used to eating wet food, moisten with warm water.

  1. DAY 1-2: 75% Original Diet - 25% New Food
  2. DAY 3-4: 50% Original Diet - 50% New Food
  3. DAY 5-6: 25% Original Diet - 75% New Food
  4. DAY 7: 100% New Food

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