Harringtons seem to have suddenly appeared from nowhere with their offering for dogs, but apparently they've been in the milling business for several generations. The food is made in their Thirsk factory. What you get with Harringtons is a fairly standard 'natural' product which uses as its cereals a mix of maize, barley and rice, with protein of 21% and it is naturally preserved..
Harringtons' basic offering is a good product, but with one criticism. Most premium natural foods try and keep to one named protein source. Harringtons include with their main named meat another un-named meat meal - which is possibly to keep costs down, but is a shame, because it might contain protein that a dog is intolerant to.
The grain free option does not have this problem, and it's good value for money, even if considerably lower in meat content than some of the other grain free options available to dog owners.
Expect to pay £25 - £39 for a 15kg sack
The star rating is based not just on quality of ingredients, but if the food offers value for money!
Maize, Lamb Meat Meal (14%) Barley, Rice (14%), Meat Meal, Beet Pulp, Poultry Fat, Digest, Linseed, Minerals, Kelp (0.2%), Yeast (0.1%), Citrus Extract (0.04%) and Yucca Extract (0.01%).
Protein 21%, Fat 10%, Fibre 3%
Chicken Meal (27%), Potato Starch, Peas (11%), Sweet Potato (10%), Potato Flakes, Poultry Fat, Beet Pulp, Linseed, Poultry Gravy, Minerals, Citrus Extract (0.15%), MOS (0.1%), FOS (0.1%), Green Lipped Mussel (0.015%), Pomegranate Extract (0.015%), Cranberry Extract (0.015%), Spirulina (0.015%), Sage (0.015%), Oregano (0.015%), Parsley (0.015%).
Protein 23%, Fat 12%