1 out of 5, reviewed on Sep 22, 2016

Both my dogs have been vomiting on this food! Only from one meal as well... The food smelt a bit weird and was covered in jelly like fat. Awful :(

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2 out of 5, reviewed on Aug 26, 2016

I have an elderly Maltese-Shitsu, she is 16 years old, she is a very fussy eater to the point where this is the only canned food she will eat, but a few days ago I found a sharp piece of plastic in a can of food, I am happy that I just don't pour the food out of the tin into her bowl or I may have one dead dog now, You lot are really dangerous

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Mostly Gelling Agent or Meat in the Canned Varieties?

1 out of 5, reviewed on Aug 22, 2016

The pictures of the product on the can are what I would call a mis-representation. Years ago, this brand used to contain mostly meat and meat bi-product. I used it (and continued to use it until recently), as part of a varied diet for my small dogs. I don't remember what the protein percentage used to be, but I note that it is now given as approx. 5%. Ok, this is low and active dogs need supplemental protein in their diet. However, there is so much gelling agent used as an ingredient, I estimate at least 50% of the weight of the can is gelling agent. It is present in large pieces around the sides, small pieces all throughout and in fact, if one looks closely it is also binding the whole product together, which is why the "meat" is so wet and gooey. So I have been scraping away as much of the gell as possible, which takes ages when preparing a meal for 4 small dogs. And I have been limiting how much I mix into their other food, as I have noticed they seem to have stomach discomcort and more loose stools if given very much. I have now decided I will no longer pay for a product which clearly has such a high percentage of "filler" ingredient, when I can save both time and money buying something more nutritious. I would have recommended this product in the past, but the quality has been compromised by the company's decision-makers. I suggest discriminating dog-owners look elsewhere.

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My dog has pancreatic problem

5 out of 5, reviewed on May 07, 2015

Since being on MyDog, she has improved out of sight...3 months ago she was on a drip, so sick.....I mix cooked rice & grated carrot with her meal. lily loves it.
I have been trying to find a plastic lids to seal the can once opened, havent been successful, maybe you could advise where I can buy them.(have looked all supermarkets. Lily is a small dog.
TrIsh Evans

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BEWARE!!!! Can cause serious health concerns for your pet.

1 out of 5, reviewed on Mar 30, 2015

We switched my dog brand 3 months ago, since the switch, our dog has become severely ill. We didn't realise until now that the change of diet, has caused grave concerns for his health, immediately recognising that he vomits up the canned food, especially the sauce cans. What on earth is in the products to cause this for our dog? Who on earth is signing this off in product distribution channels to allow this product to market? Who is held responsible for the health and wellbeing of pets when products like this are allowed for sale to consumers? What tests were done in the research and development teams to ensure the safety of consuming this product? Who pays the $1500 vet bills as a repercussion for purchasing this product? I'm mortified that our dog has to suffer through this due to the negligence and duty of care that My Dog brand lacks to stand for.

DO NOT BUY, even if you think your pet is "OK and enjoys the food", this is HIGHLY not recommended to sustain for your dogs health.

Purchased at: Coles

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1 out of 5, reviewed on Mar 10, 2015

We tried out My Dog tins for our Jack Russell cross after he became fussy about the food he was having. He loved it so we kept buying it. That was only 2 months ago. Now he is very sick with acute pancreatitis. This junk should come with a warning.

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Not enough energy.

2 out of 5, reviewed on Dec 30, 2014

My little pom x maltese, Pickles, who is 18 months has been raised on this food, and I have always given it to him, but recently I have noticed it is mostly water, and he wont even touch the fish, even though he likes tuna and flake.
My other dog, Smokey, who is a 15 year old maltese x maltese shi zhu, loves my dog, and won't eat anything else, as he is very picky.
I don't like how it is mostly water in the wet, and awkward shapes my dogs don't like in the dry. My dogs NEVER eat dry food even if that is all I show them for two days.
I hav
e tried to swap to a dry, high quality brand, but they won't eat it, and the wet is $35.
My dog is also very expensive, and it doesn't appear to have enough energy. I say this because all my dogs do is laze around, even though Smokey and Pickles used to be very excitable and playful. They now both sleep all day and it is hard to get them to move, unless you tell them they are going for a walk, or it is dinner time.
After reading these reviews, I am going to put them on a two day fast and present them with a good quality dry food. Don't say the fast is mean, because if I don't I know they won't eat a dry food. I will see if this helps. If not, I will try every other good brand, until I find one they like.

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I tried the fast; and it worked. They are very exitable, energetic and playful now.

bad for my Dash

1 out of 5, reviewed on Dec 01, 2014

made her hair fall out in spots all over her body, my other dash wouldn`t eat it so that is how i found out why the other Dash problem was my dog, as the other has no spots of hair loss.

Purchased at: Woolworths HomeShop

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Dogs love it! Bowels and health are good when mixed with dry food. Makes dry food more palatable.

4 out of 5, reviewed on Feb 03, 2014

In general seems very palatable range especially the fish, would like to be able to buy 1.18kg version online. The dogs have healthy bowels and energy. Generally it is available in supermarkets. I mix it with their dry food and this makes it a very palatable meal for them. Dry food alone does not thrill them but with canned My Dog they eat with relish

+ Mixed with dry food makes evening meal tastier and more enjoyable. Dogs are healthy and enjoy the variety

- Quite expensive and fish variety often not available. Twice cans have blown in 1.18kg variety which is disappointing

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My furbaby loves my dog!!!

5 out of 5, reviewed on Jun 05, 2013

+ reliable ,moist ,great variety meals

- expensive but worth it!

Purchased at: Coles

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in my opinion we should all be feeding our dogs a high quality dry food which is high in protein, has meats as the first ingredients, and is recommended by dog food advisor. I have 2 dogs, one of... read more »

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1 out of 5, reviewed on Apr 29, 2013

This brand was terrible for my pooch. Within a month, his coat lost its shine and his eyes had lost their glossiness and upon consulting my veternarian, i was warned to avoid this brand and to instead invest in brands that have more research done to back them up like science diet and eukabana.

- No health benefits. essentially junk food for dogs.

Purchased at: ALDI

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Please, Consult your vet before using

1 out of 5, reviewed on Feb 11, 2013

My beautiful Jack Russell died from pancreatitis. I had changed her diet to My Dog about 6 months prior to her illness. When I told my vet his words were My Dog is the McDonald's for dogs and they treat many dogs with pancreatitis who have been a diet of My Dog.

Pancreatitis is a horrible, painful disease that can prove difficult to treat, I have a $15,000 Vet bill to prove it. Don't be sucked in as I was by the expensive advertising. If My Dog is so good why is the low fat variety now being pushed on tv. Please, consult your vet before
feeding your dog this killer food it really could save your dogs life.

Please consult with your vet before using, this food may not be suitable for your breed of dog also older dogs may require a more specialised diet. Always check with your vet before changing your dogs diet it could effect your dogs health and the right diet could prolong the life of your dog.

- It could kill your dog

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What breed of dog is on your my dog tins

Julie Jones asked on Jun 13, 2011

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I can't remember what type of dog was on the large cans/tins. I think it may have been a small dog of some type. I currently have some of the smaller packs of their dog food-not tins, but the flatter, smaller, more expensive foil type containers and they have a little white dog on the lid.
I have two small dogs, they won't eat the big cans but our little Tibetan spaniel cross will eat some of the smaller packs.

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