I was looking for a top quality food but without the horrendous price tag ! So I gave this a try for my four muppets ! Two terriers and two elderly cocker spaniels , the result is awesome shiny , coats , firm stools and loads of energy , I do add a little warm water to it first as it seems a tad dry and they wolf it down , licking every morsel that may be left behind ! This brand is a keeper for me !
great value, quality food
I've been feeding MM for some time now, initially to get some weight on a skinny GSD & then for a dog with megaoesophagus. Both are active, deep chested dogs, which makes them prone to bloat/torsion. I only feed 1/2 volume of MM compared to their previous kibble, so hopefully this reduces the risks. Dogs look good and love the food (although I've yet to find something they won't eat!). Make sure you weigh the ration as it's very dense and easy to overfeed if you are used to feeding expanded kibble.
I changed my labradoodle from a raw diet to Markus Muhle and I am very happy with it. My dog licks her bowl clean and her coat is much shinier and healthier now.
our sprocker and cocker are in no way fussy eaters, they were doing ok on wagg but poo was too frequent!have just finished my first bag of Markus Muhle and have been very impressed. big kibble to slow down their eating, loads of energy on walks,poo like bullets and shiny coats. The ingredients read well, no fillers or wheat. the cocker who is nearly 9 is now on the black angus senior, same quality kibble
but too soon to comment. if you try either make sure you weigh it first, very heavy kibble.
Thriving on it
After reviewing the nutritional value of this food and considering its price, we put our 5 year old Jack Russell on it about 18 months ago. Admittedly she will eat anything vaguely edible (except mushrooms, raw or cooked?!) and wolfs this down whole, even from a restricted access bowl, but with its soft nature, and a bit of water added, this has given her no trouble. We do ration her water immediately after feeding, as she tends to drink all that is available and ends up bloated - this may be her nature, or due to the dry food. As she's very active, we give her slightly more than the recommended amount and her weight has remained stable. She is very fit and healthy (and 'regular'!).
I have been giving my three dogs this for two months now.. Stools firmer and less.. shiny coats.. they love it.. I feel better knowing they are getting a top notch food. Did take a while to transition them had to lower it a little bit after one increase due to loose stools and sickness.. but once we were there they were fit and well and I can see the difference. One of my dogs was a rescue and badly scarred.. I went to show someone the other day were his scars were on his legs and I could no longer see them... Could be the food I dont know?!