Artemis Pro Power

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Artemis Pro Power

Artemis Pro Power

Artemis make some decent foods. It can be hard to find stockists in Australia as they’re not a big company, although I’ve found   stock them.

I personally fed my Border Collie Artemis Osopure for a number of months and she did incredibly well on it, and she was very keen on their cat food to the dismay of our cat.

Let’s take a look…

Chicken and Chicken Meal make up the top two ingredients which is great to see. There’s a decent amount of protein in the food (30%), and we can be assured this will come from the chicken. Dogs find meat proteins much easier to digest than plant proteins, so this is really good.

Artemis Pro Power

Barley and Brown Rice are good choices of grain. There’s certainly a lot worse choices as far as grains go, and these are two of the best.

Rice Bran is a source of fibre, B vitamins, minerals, and omega 3, but can be hard to digest.

Chicken Fat is a great source of essential fatty acids, good for growth and a healthy skin and coat, and one of the best sources of energy.

It’s really nice to see ingredients such as chicory root, a prebiotic and source of soluble fibre to aid digestion. Flaxseed is included for healthy skin and coat, and we find salmon and salmon oil which will aid skin and coat as well as heart and joint health. We also find green tea extract as an antioxidant, which is nice to see.

Artemis Pro Power

All the other ingredients are pretty good, with many nice inclusions typical of the Artemis range.

This is a great high-protein food for active and working dogs, and one of the better products available in Australia.

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Good points…

Excellent meat content, with a high protein percentage.

Bad points…

Nothing worth mentioning.

Guaranteed Analysis

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* Carbohydrates aren’t listed on pet food labels. This value is calculated based on levels of protein, fat, moisture, and ash. Estimated values for moisture and ash have been used where these values haven’t been given (moisture of 10%, and ash of 8%).


Chicken, Chicken Meal, Cracked Pearled Barley, Brown Rice, Rice Bran, Chicken Fat (Preserved with Mixed Tocopherols), Tomato Pomace, Flaxseed, Brewers Yeast, Natural Chicken Flavor, Ocean Fish Meal, Methionine,Choline Chloride, Dried Chicory Root, Glucosamine Hydrochloride, Chondroitin Sulfate, Green Tea Extract, Barley Grass Extract, Vitamin E Supplement, Iron Proteinate, Zinc Proteinate, Copper Proteinate, Ferrous Sulfate, Zinc Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Potassium Iodide, Thiamine Mononitrate, Manganese Proteinate, Manganous Oxide, Ascorbic Acid, Vitamin A Supplement, Biotin, Calcium Pantothenate, Manganese Sulfate, Sodium Selenite, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), Vitamin B12 Supplement, Riboflavin, Vitamin D Supplement, Folic Acid.

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David D'Angelo

David D'Angelo has worked as a scientist since graduating with a BSc (Hons) in 2000. In addition, David holds a CPD accredited Diploma in Pet Nutrition as well as being CPD accredited VSA (Veterinary Support Assistant). However, his experience and involvement in the pet food industry for 15+ years has given true insight into pet food, formulations, science, research, and pet food marketing. Facebook | LinkedIn | Instagram | Pinterest

  1. consult an actual vet before mixing foods, not some would be dog food reviewer who actually doesn’t test the foods they review. What is it….you rate things by what other people say…and what do you know, if someone doesn’t thnk its good obviously theyre going to rate it poorly. Not good at all and not a good idea to go by what some would be expert says!

    • Hi Phil,

      Are you a Vet yourself? Just interested to know what your credentials are. (As you say – it’s not a good idea to by opinions)


      • Really, need you ask? If the chap can’t discern objective analysis from editorial comment, a degree-level education seems highly unlikely. I’d be more inclined to ask for evidence of his 4th grade english comprehension achievements.

      • I think he wrote that before disqus was added here, in other words he likely won’t see it unless he gets back onto this specific page, I can’t press on his name or anyone else’s on this page which strengthens my point, anyone that’s a part of disqus can have their names clicked on.

    • Reply
      Pet Food Reviews (Australia) June 9, 2016 at 1:39 pm

      Hi Phil, I appreciate your sentiments. This is an open forum so if you’re able to add factual points then please do so for the benefit of others. I’d be especially keen to hear why you believe changing diet is a bad thing, or whether you’re aware how much coverage of diet and nutrition there is on a veterinary course (BVSc)?

      The reviews are based on ingredients and guaranteed analysis and are written as a starting point to provoke thought and guidance. They’re not based on the opinion or influence of consumers or manufacturers.

  2. I’m thinking of getting Artemis Pro Power or Canidae Pure series, which one is better, of should I mix them?

    • Reply
      Pet Food Reviews (Australia) April 10, 2015 at 3:45 am

      Hi Nicole, both are good foods. I often recommend mixing a couple of foods to achieve a more balance diet, so yes you could do that too.

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