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My little pup hated this food. We had him on JWB GF food initially i by mistake got JWB that wasnt GF and he had GI upset from it. Tried Simpsons because he was hungry alot on JWB anyway and he hated it. But in all honesty i think he hated it because it was salmon flavoured and he only likes actual fish but nothing fish flavoured. The nuts are also almost twice the size of the JWB GF puppy food so i think that could have played a part too tbh. Such a shame the dont come in other flavours.
Excellent food , quality , value for money
We got our gsp at 8 wks and food from the breeder but we decided to change to sipsons salmon n potato sensitive as it is grain free n no added salt! She is coming up for a yr now and she is growing very steadily, putting on the right weight and her coat is so shiny! We get complemented on this by almost everyone we meet. She is alert, her teeth r fantastic and she loves it! Good size kibble and she finishes every bit! Highly recommend it, it has everything in it she needs and she is thriving.
After feeding our rescue lurcher a more expensive brand of salmon and potatoe for over a year , we tried this and to be honest I have found it ten times better , not only is it more reasonable but his coat is lovely and shiny and his dry skin has gone . He suffers from different food allergies and a sensitive tummy but this food works a treat and he loves it . Worth every penny .
Our 6 month old gsp puppy has been on the salmon n potato f the last 3 months, we changed from breeders food to this as we liked the fact that this is all good ingredients, higher in protein and NO ADDED SALT! Her coat is shiny her teeth r fantastic and her poos are well formed.. not a lot of gas, kibble size is also good f treats which she loves, so would-be highly reccomended
I mistook what I'd opened for the dogs but was alerted to the label when I saw their excited reaction as I scooped it onto the plate. Definitely a prized food as far as the dogs are concerned.
I tried lots of different dry dog food and 1 of my dogs who has a sensitive tummy didn’t agree with them someone told me to try Simpsons Salmom and Potato which I’d never heard of so I found it on Zooplus and have never looked back both my dogs love it .
I recently changed my Cavalier onto this food as she was on a wheat free food previously but had constantly waxy itchy ears, a friend advised me to put her on a grain free food, after much research I chose simpsons and she is a different dog , much happier with no waxy ears , now she is pregnant with a planned litter and is enjoying the puppy food , and all of the puppies will be going to their new homes with simpsons puppy food great product good value for money
My gsd pup loves this dogfood. Keeps her healthy and her coat is shining. Good for training too as she is happy to work for this instead of treats.
As a young puppy our Labrador suffered from regular stomach upsets and an unpredictable toilet routine despite being carefully fed. He also started to go off eating his food. After a few unsuccessful tries of alternate brands we tried Simpsons sensitive puppy food. The result was almost instant. One year on we have a very healthy and happy dog who loves his food and regularly gets comments on the shine on his coat.
Fantastic quality grain free food with no added ingredients with no nutritional value like other supermarket brands. My dog no longer suffers from irritated skin and loose stools I suspect this was due to the fillers and grains in previous food he was fed. We now have our happy dog back and an empty bowl:)
When we 1st got my puppy I had a bit of trouble trying to find the right food. Obviously I wanted the best food for my dog & was prepared to pay a bit more. I eventually tried this - after many other brands- and she loves it. Nice shiny coat, full of energy & very well formed stools. Definately recommend. Just wish Simpsons had more flavours for puppies
I have an English bulldog with lots of food intolerance... At some point he was vomiting 15-20 times a day. I have tried some other foods, as per the breeder instructions I continued with Royal Canine starter (horrific food), then switched him on Acana for a while, Orijen and went for wet food. Of course our vet recommended Hills ID, which again it is a garbage food. Since I switched on Simpsons I haven't had any problems with him anymore. Shiny coat, firm stool and 0 vomiting for 8 months now!
All puppies in a litter of 11 are being weaned using Simpsons puppy and all wolf it down with gusto (although I think they would eat anything). Their poops are healthy, and not too smelly. However, I am taking a star off due to the relatively high price per KG. Works out at £3.33 per KG, and since a probably regarded as better Acana puppy food at £3.52 per KG is available on this site, the value for money factor is in questionable.
My 17 wk old labrador puppy lobes this. My tried 2 or 3 foods before I finally found one which suited my pup. Lovely shiny coat & kibble is a good size so the pup has to crunch to eat
This is the only dog food we use for our Lab (now 10months) Her coat is really shiny, appears good for her teeth and good solid poo. What more can you want?
The quality of this product is hard to beat, and the price is also very competitive, the only negative is the size of the boxes, they're always too large. I would switch courier service...
After many years with my German Shepherd suffering from constant boughts of diarrhea and after we had eliminated almost everything he ate I changed his diet to Simpsons sensitive salmon and potato on recommendation. I cannot express how much his life has changed he is now on his fourth bag of this food and never had diarrhea since day one, he loves the food which is a huge bonus and he is so much healthier and happy in himself.
My puppy enjoys her dinner and has a well-settled stomach with this food. As it is grain-free she has well-formed poos!
My boxer used to have soft stools and diarrhoea with lots of gas and bloating. Since switching to this food all these problems have disappeared. Now he is happy and healthy with loads of energy and I am a very happy owner.
I have an Afghan hound who I started on Acana Puppy Large breed, but he got horrible diarrhoea and lots of bloating. When I switched over to this everything changed. I love this food! It's worth saying that every dog is different, and not every dog will react as well as mine.
A very good food, really high quality ingredients. My dog used to have skin problems but not any longer.
Overall: dogs love it, great for the coat and energy, easy to digest and not as expensive as it might appear! We have two active corgis, one who will be 2 in May and the other will be 8 in July. Previously, they were eating Marcus Muehler and got on with it fairly well, although one of them was a bit fussy with it. When we started Simpsons, it was to see whether it would help the younger one with a skin allergy he was developing at a 1 and 3 months. It seems to have helped (I can't be sure if it was the food or just a change in the seasons) but both dogs absolutely love the food. I noticed within the first several days a lot more energy from them, to the point that I adjusted their food and gave them a bit less. They love the taste so much I can use it as training treats. No problems with digestion (not even at the beginning) and stools are firm and easy to pick up and unlike the previous food, there was less of it. I did try one order of the chicken, to give them a bit of variety. They liked it well enough but their stools were noticeably more whiffy. Their coats are lovely and the vet has commented on this on more than one occasion. I was very concerned about the cost and initially I was only going to buy this food temporarily. But even though this bag is 3kg less than Markus Muelher and costs more, I can say that over the past six months, I have placed fewer food orders so they clearly meed to eat less of it.
As a pup my Labradoodle had numerous trips to the vets with ear, eye and minor skin infections, despite being fed on high quality food. After lengthy research I decided to try Simpsons sensitive range. 2 and a half years later what a great decision this turned out to be. No further infections, glossy coat, calmer and a greater general wellbeing. Other added benefits include smaller, well formed poo, a good variety of flavours, high protein, reasonable price and British made. Can't recommend highly enough!
As most Greyhound owners know, they have particularly sensitive stomachs and ominous gassy emissions that are famed for clearing rooms! We are now on our third sack, having tried other premium foods, our girl loves it, her poops are so much better and the emissions have all but disappeared :0)
I bought a Flat Coat Pup and found he had stomach problems he had a lot of bother with Diarrohea and despite several visits to vet and trying different foods he still had it so my daughter told me she had heard Simpsons sensitive for pups was good. I bought a small bag to start off with it wasSalmon and Potato sensitive for pups and within a few days I could see improvements so then bought a big bag and he no longer had Diarrohea. He is now on the adult sensitive food and has grown to be a well built strong dog with beautiful shiny coat. I did try him on another dog food but that was a disaster so I'm keeping him on Simpsons sensitive. Thanks Simpson.
A great dog food for my two puppies. it seems to help with my puppies sensitive skin, and his sensitive stomach, and he enjoys eating it. However, i would say for a larger breed puppy it can be slightly impractical, as my 8 month old dalmatian can already eat the pieces whole, meaning he tends to throw them straight back up again. Otherwise an excellent product.
I have five dogs and I always feed them high quality food without grains and other fillers. One of my dogs can be quite fussy with some foods but she absolutely goes nuts when I get this food out of the cupboard. I have also noticed there is far less poo to clear up which is a blessing with five dogs!! I will definitely recommend this food to other dog owners. I just hope the price does not rocket like some of the other brands have recently.
I have dogs who have ibs or are fussy eaters and all of my dogs love the simpsons range and thrive on it. I rotate different flavours so they don't get bored and their coats are glossy and thick and their poops are small and well formed. I love Orijen and Acana but they have outpriced themselves so this food is comparable and yet at a good price. Also their customer support for any questions is good and helpful. One thing I find is mine don't eat as much as the feeding guidelines so one sack lasts three dogs a month and I know I'm feeding them the best I can afford with no rubbish or cheap fillers in it. Would always recommend this food.