Farmina N&D Ocean Codfish & Orange Ancestral Grain Medium & Maxi Adult Dry Dog Food

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  • The #1 ingredient in this high protein, limited carbohydrate, and low fiber all life stage dog food is cod.
  • 90% of protein is from quality animal sources.
  • It's a low glycemic formula so it's a great option for pets that need a food that won't spike blood sugar.
  • Contains no whole peas, legumes, meals or by-products.
  • Food vitamins retain their freshness through a coating system that allows them to be included post cooking.

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Top IngredientsCod, Dehydrated Cod, Herring Oil...Lamb, Dehydrated Lamb, Whole Spelt...Chicken, Dehydrated Chicken, Whole Spelt...Herring, Dehydrated Herring, Sweet Potatoes...Boar, Dehydrated Boar, Sweet Potatoes...
Special DietLow Glycemic, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Pea-Free...Low Glycemic, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Pea-Free...Low Glycemic, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Pea-Free...Gluten Free, Grain-Free, Low Glycemic, Non-GMO, Natural, PremiumGluten Free, Grain-Free, Low Glycemic, Non-GMO, Natural, Premium
Breed SizeSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds
Food FlavorSeafood & FishMeat, LambPoultry, ChickenSeafood & FishMeat, Boar
Food FormDry FoodDry FoodDry FoodDry FoodDry Food

Questions & Answers

23 Customer Questions

Where is this food processed? And what are the guidelines for dog food where it is made?
Answer by ChewyJan 24, 2019
This food is made in Italy. Farmina N&D Single Animal Protein Wild Cod & Ancestral Grain Recipe is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for all life stages.

How many cups in the large bag?
Answer by ChewyMar 27, 2019
There are approximately 105 cups in the 26.4 pound bag of dog food.

What is the shelf life of a bag?
Answer by ChewyMar 26, 2020
An unopened bag of food will last until the expiration date stamped on the bag. Every expiration date will be different for each batch as different batches are constantly being produced. The expiration date will be stamped on the package for reference. Ideally, dry food and treats should be consumed within 6-8 weeks of opening the bag. Exposure to air, light, hot temperatures and humidity speeds up the rate at which foods degrade. To limit these effects, keep dry foods in their original packaging and store in a cool, dry location.

Is ethoxiquin ever used in farmina kibble?
Answer by ChewyFeb 03, 2018
There is no ethoxiquin in Farmina foods.

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Rated 4.0735 out of 5 stars
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204 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Suzanne on Nov 25, 2023

expensive and worth it

My GSD has had bowel problems his whole life. I've tried every dog food, supplements you name it I tried it. This works. Perfect bowel movements and smaller as well, He is cured and it's easier clean up after him. Now he won't eat anything else and can even use it as treats. Worth the cost

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Samantha on Oct 17, 2023

My border collie eats the other formulations on a rotation. This one made his stomach have serious issues. Multiple bouts of diarrhea, licking his butt, abd constant gas. Plus, it was super expensive. Don’t recommend

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By leo998811 on Aug 12, 2023

Very good but issue with one thing.

This food is great when made in Italy. It smells pretty good for fish and all the dogs love it at times 5 to 6 dogs. For some reason, Chewy now had bags made in Serbia. When I open the back from Serbia, the smell was bad. One of our dogs will not eat the food from Serbia but will eat that food from Italy. I won't eat the food from Serbia either as the smell is really bad. This means the food is not consistent from different manufacturing locations. This means I will be buying locally from pet stores so I came make sure the food in Italy.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Jenny on Jun 30, 2023

Terrible stomach issues

I was very excited about this dog food because of the quality and what I had heard about it, but it did terrible things to my my Australian Shepherd's stomach. I introduced it slowly into my dogs diet for a few weeks, he got terrible diarrhea and constipation to the point I had to soak his bum, and cut his fluffy butt. It got so bad at one point that he had bloody stool and I thought he was sick from something else until it clicked it was the food. Soon as I took him off it and fed him something else his bowl movements immediately started to get better and were back to normal within a day. Chewy's customer service was extremely helpful. Based on reviews it seems to work well with some pups, but not mine!

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By dmsloudounva on Jun 28, 2023

Used to be dog's favorite, now barely tolerates

As others have noted, this food (which our dog used to love) has had a formula change and apparently is no longer made in Italy. Of course you don't get a price break for that. Newer bags seem stale, the kibble is lighter colored, and the smell of fish (perhaps not the most appetizing, but our dog loved it) is completely gone. We rotate food, and before when it was time for this one our dog's enthusiasm was obvious. Now you can tell he barely tolerates it and just eats if he's really hungry. Without toppings (we add Stella and Chewy raw freeze-dried and Blue biscuits) he wouldn't eat a bite. Sigh, time to look for another food yet again.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Sasha on Aug 24, 2023

My dog used to love this

I don't know if Farmina has changed the formula with the ocean ancestral grain or what, but my dog will not touch this. He used to love it, now he won't touch it. He would rather not eat than touch this flavor.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Sparkyval656 on Jun 30, 2023

Healthy and Standard Poodle Approved

This dog food according research is one of the best, packed with great ingredients and missing things like synthetic K. We have tried all of Farmina’s large dog flavors and our poodles seem to like this codfish flavor the best. They did also like the chicken, but my male dog gets itchy when he eats chicken. I was very glad to find a great dog food that they both like!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Lokum on Jul 22, 2023

Pup keep refusing meals with latest bag

This is our second time trying this brand. Our pup was not a fan of it but ate the first bag. We ordered again and he is refusing to eat this bag.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By 1234 on Mar 18, 2023

Would recommend to anyone

Farmina is the only food that got my dog to have consistent poops. He has not had runny diarrhea since and that is a plus. I also feed the fish formula since he has really bad dry skin and hot spots and I was actually able to take him off of the salmon oil and just exclusively feed this. I also got a family member to switch their dog to it, and all of their dandruff disappeared, and that’s just the chicken and pomegranate recipe. I love that they have grain inclusive ones since a lot of us are concerned about DCM. So far there is only one case with farmina, so I am very happy about that and will continue to stick with their great ingredients and research. Although I hope to see some feeding trails soon.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By inconsistent on Apr 19, 2023

Brand new bag seems to have gone bad

My pup ate a whole bag of this food last month, but absolutely refused the latest bag. I assumed she was just feeling off and kept pressing it, but finally ordered her previous Acana kibble and she happily /ravenously ate that. She’s not super picky, so assume it was a bad batch, but bummer to throw away $30+ dollars.