Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Cuffleberry and Co Gourmet Dog Food - Review

We first came across Cuffleberry and Co whilst on Twitter and took interest in their range of gourmet dog food, so when they sent us a hamper to review, we could not wait to see what was inside. 


Who are Cuffleberry and Co? 

At Cuffleberry and Co, they are all cat and dog lovers so recognise and understand that special bond you have with your pet. They want to created the best food they could possibly make, to have make meal times a delight. 

They came up with the recipes in their rural kitchen in the heart of England, and to ensure its the best it can be for your dog, they worked with a team of nutritionists and chefs to help carefully source and select superior ingredients. 

They also feel its important that they not only sell their products, but make them too, so all their own products are made by themselves. 

To create such good quality pet food, they use only the finest meat and fish, and enhance them with the vitamins and minerals that come from vegetable and fruit. They also intensify the flavour of their range with aromatic herbs which also really give that mouth watering flavour, which your dog is bound to enjoy. 

What did they send us? 

In the Cuffleberry and Co range, they offer a can or a foil tray. The cans come in four different varieties containing Chicken, version, pork, ham, duck, vension and beef all with added vegetables and herbs. The foil trays are available in duck, vension, beef, white fish, pork, ham, so there is sure to be a flavour to suit your dogs palate. To see the whole range simply click here. 


In our hamper, we received two foil trays in white fish and beef vension, along with two cans in pork ham and vension duck. 





Our Verdict 
In a simple sentence we love it. No seriously, I know a lot of people say this when they are sent products to review but I will definitely be buying this from now on. I currently use another brand of wet food for Lottie's Kongs and then freeze for those hot summer days, but I will now be using this instead. Not only does it look great from the packaging but the quality is just as good once you open, you can actually see the ingredients stated on the packet in the food. I worry when the food is non descriptive as I think what is actually in here, but not with this. Lottie also loved it which you may think is obvious as she's a dog, but she is the most fussy Westie I know and funnily enough if it isn't good quality she won't eat. 
Obviously this gourmet dog food does come at a higher price than some of the big brand, but personally I would prefer to pay a higher price for better quality. 
The only thing I would like to see if the feeding guide on the back to include kilos as for somebody like myself who doesn't feed a wet food diet daily it can be a little confusing as to how much to feed, but I am sure if you were to contact Cuffleberry and Co they would be more than happy to help. 
Can I try it yet mum?


For our video review and to see Lottie taste testing. Be sure to check out our video posted below. 


Cuffleberry and Co are also on social media so be sure to check them out. 
Love Jessica and Lottie xx 
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