Gluten-Free Dog Foods

Many people are moving to a gluten-free diet and seeing significant rewards. But did you know it can benefit our dogs too? Gluten intolerances are extremely uncomfortable for our best friends and can lead to issues like sensitive skin and digestive trouble, so catering to them is essential.

Choosing gluten-free dog foods over traditional alternatives alleviates these issues and keeps your dog happy and healthy. We pack ours full of natural ingredients and sustainable insect protein to deliver a wholesome meal that looks after your pup and the planet.

Can Dogs Eat a Gluten-Free Diet?

Is Gluten-Free Food Safe for Dogs?

Absolutely, and in many cases, it is actually safer for them. Most notably, Irish Setters can suffer from Gluten Sensitivity Enteropathy and cannot tolerate the protein in any amount. You should entirely remove it from their diet.

The key is to give your dog other sources of protein and carbohydrates so that they receive all the nutrients required for a healthy life. 

Remember that gluten is a protein, and eliminating it from your pup’s diet can impact their ability to put on and maintain muscle mass. We offset the reduced protein by increasing our food’s black soldier fly larvae contents so it is still high in protein and supports your dog’s muscles.

Why Choose Gluten-Free Food?

For a gluten-intolerant pup, gluten-free dog food is a must. What’s more, you can move your pooch onto a gluten-free diet even if they do not have an intolerance. There are multiple benefits to doing so.

Reduced Risk of Developing an Intolerance

Gluten intolerances often show their face later in life. Your pup can develop one by regularly eating gluten, especially if they are genetically predisposed to one. Choosing gluten-free food reduces this risk.

Prevents Itchy or Sore Skin

Itchy, red or sore skin are all common signs of an allergic reaction and may be caused by gluten in your pup’s diet. Gluten-free food avoids these reactions so they can have healthier skin.

Prevents Behavioural Issues

A sore dog is an unhappy dog, and the reactions caused by excess gluten and grain can sometimes translate into behavioural problems and aggression. Removing the gluten often solves these issues.








Supports Digestion


Recipe Developed by Canine Nutritionists


Keeps Coats Shiny and Skin Healthy


Promotes Oral Hygiene


Sustainably Sourced Ingredients

Our Gluten-Free Recipe

We have crafted our gluten-free recipe with the help of expert canine nutritionists so that it provides all the nutrients your furry friend needs. We source as many of our ingredients from British farms as possible to support our local agricultural industry, and we even use the wonky produce that supermarkets typically reject to reduce food waste.

Protein 28%, Fat 11%, Fibre 5%, Ash 7%

Our Gluten-Free, Grain-Free Blend

  • Insect Protein - 33%
  • Potato - 27%
  • Sweet Potato - 8%
  • Peas - 5%
  • Apple - 4%
  • Carrot - 4%
  • Linseed - 4%
  • Beet Pulp - 4%
  • Seaweed - 1%
  • Blueberries
  • Chicory Root Extract
  • Vegetable Gravy - 4%
  • Brewers Yeast
  • Prebiotic MOS
  • Glucosamine 400mg/kg
  • Chondroitin 200mg/kg

Grain-Free vs Gluten Free

Our Range of Dog Foods and Treats

We don’t just make hypoallergenic grain-free dog food. Discover our range of products and treats for your canine companion.