Glow Dog Food Review

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Glow Dog Food Review
7 Total Score
  • No bad ingredients
  • Naturally preserved
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Glow is exclusive to PETstock, so essentially a home brand.

The first ingredient is chicken meal, which is a protein rich dried form of chicken, but it’s likely the first four ingredients are in a similar proportion. The next two are lupins and beans, likely outweighing the chicken 2:1. Then we have sorghum as the fourth key ingredient.

Glow Dog Food Review

The majority of the protein looks but that’s what we’ve come to expect from kibbles. Plant protein is cheaper. That said, these ingredients are better than we find in cereal-based kibbles which puts this up into the mid-range category.

There’s some nice inclusions in the food, such as chia seeds as a good source of B vitamins and omega fats for skin and coat. Chia, interestingly, is related to the mint plant family. DHA (Algae) is another source of omega fats (omega 3) and is something we should see in all pet foods as an essential.

It’s good to see the use of natural rather than synthetic antioxidants (which are carcinogenic). These are included to preserve the food.

Glow Dog Food Review

Overall this is a solid food with no real nasties, and the only real caveat is it’s more plant-based than meat-based.

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Ingredients

Chicken Meal, Lupins, Beans, Sorghum, Tallow, Beet Pulp, Chicory Extract, Chia Seeds, Carrot, DHA Algae, Salt, Potassium Chloride, Vitamin and Mineral Premix, Natural Antioxidants from Rosemary.

Glow Dog Food Review

7 Total Score

PROS
  • No bad ingredients
  • Naturally preserved
CONS
  • Favours plant proteins over meat proteins