Arden Grange Adult Lamb & Rice

From £36.99



Arden Grange Adult Lamb and Rice is made with meadow reared protein-rich lamb, this is a good all-round feed in the shape of medium sized kibble. 

  • An easily digestible alternative to chicken recipes
  • Hypoallergenic, free from wheat gluten, dairy products, beef and soya
  • No artificial colourings, flavourings or preservatives
  • Key vitamins and minerals such as Omega 3 and 6
  • Added cranberry extract and antioxidants
  • Great for easy digestibility, good skin/coat, positive urinary health
  • Strong immune system and key dental hygiene
  • Can help reduce the risk of dietary intolerance and allergies

Suitable for: 

  • All adult dogs from one year old 
  • Fussy eaters – especially appealing aroma dogs with a dietary allergy or intolerance to chicken protein


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They both love it by Morag Holmes on 5 August 2019

Arden Grange has always been a favourite with my dogs. I like it as it's hypo-allergenic, free from cereals & nasty preservatives. Price per kilo offers great value compared to similar quality foods. I like to alternate between lamb & chicken, though love the deals on the chicken.

Always good. by Sue on 28 February 2019

My dog has used Arden Grange for the last 2 years and it has been brilliant. His coat is shiny, he is always full of energy and it has been easy to measure out and control his weight.

Excellent! by Iain on 13 June 2018

What can I say? I switched from Royal Canin for this after reading a breakdown of the ingredients. My GSD and Utonagon are delighted by my choice. They love it, and I mean love it. It’s cheaper. And I have no longer had to deal with intermittent upset tummies. Interestingly they prefer this to the posher Arden Grange options, Five stars from me and the dogs. But check the quality of the ingredients and make your own choice.

Excellent product. by Melanie on 20 January 2018

This id one of Ella's favourites. Good value.

by robdonald71 on 27 January 2017

Good food.

My 2 Huskies thrive love this by franklwalker on 4 November 2016