When I first found out about Pure Pet Food on Twitter I was intrigued by the unique process they use to make their dog food. So when Mat from Pure contacted me about Ember trying some of their treats I had to say yes. That and the fact that Ember loves food (of course).
So what is Pure Pet Food and why are they different?
“Pure food is dog food with a difference.
Our pioneering approach makes it easy to provide your dog with the natural goodness and nutrients found in raw and homemade food.
All our natural dog food is made in our very own human grade food facility in Yorkshire, using only the very best fresh and raw ingredients, prepared with a gentle method called dehydration. This process naturally preserves our human quality foods, retaining their nutrients without the need for harsh cooking procedure. Owners simply add water and serve.”
We were sent some of their Meaty Sweeties in the Chicken and Coconut flavour, they smell and apparently taste as good as they sound. Ember wasted no time getting her chops round it and instinctively asked for more. They are a little rich for her tum though (as we found out the next morning) so we’re saving these for special occasions and to use as high value training treats.
The human grade ingredients of these treats are what makes them so appealing for me as I want Ember to have the healthiest diet possible. They contain 65% chicken and 10% coconut with no rendered meats or nasty additives, they are also grain free and low calorie (17 kcal per treat). Plus the coconut oil used is a great promoter of healthy skin and metabolism. It’s a shame they made it clear they are purely for dog consumption cause I wouldn’t have minded these as a snack!
Meaty sweeties come in 100g packs and are inside a handy resalable bag, in two different flavours; chicken and coconut and duck and apple for £6.49.
Buy again? Definitely
Pure also offer naturally dehydrated, grain and wheat free food too, again all made with human grade food. They come in 500g, 2kg and 4kg packs but by adding warm water you actually get 4 times the amount of food. It’s an easy and inexpensive way of ensuring your dog gets all the nutrients they need and can be done for as little as 51p a day. They currently come in four different flavours, all targeted for different doggy needs:
Thanks Pure! 🐾