Providing The Best For Your Dog

At Your Dog's Club, we are committed to providing the very best for your four-legged friends. We only stock the very best dog food brands that are highly rated on All About Dog Food. Our unique partnership with David Jackson at All About Dog Food allows us to provide you with a nutrition rating and the estimated cost per day for feeding your dog. This information allows us to help you feed your dog better food for less than you might think.

How Do We Compare?

As we are committed to only providing the best, all of the food brands we stock are rated over 50% on All About Dog Food, with the majority over 70%. We will not stock any foods that fall below this, meaning you may not find the supermarket brands you are used to seeing.

What Is Nutrition & How Is It Measured?

Nutrition is a term used to describe the natural health benefits of food. Our nutrition ratings (Provided by All About Dog Food) are calculated using an algorithm which assesses the ingredient list and processing method to generate a percentage figure to indicate how beneficial a food or treat is likely to be for your dog.

A lack of nutrients in your dog's diet can lead to numerous health problems including obesity, digestive issues, skin & coat problems and behavioural problems. Often, a simple switch to a more nutritious dog food can help keep your dog naturally fit and healthy.

Should You Switch Dog Food?

If your dog has been on the same diet for many years without any issues, there may be no need to switch your dog food. However, if you do have any concerns about your dogs current diet, or if you simply want to change to something more nutritious, we can help you. We offer a range of foods, both wet and dry, to suit all tastes and preferences. If you have a fussy eater, we can help you to find a food your dog will love. We can also offer specific foods for allergies, intolerances and sensitive stomachs.

Download our guides below to understand the different food types and the benefits of some key ingredients:

Download Food Types Explained 

Download Ingredients Explained

How To Switch

Once you've found a new food you would like to try, it's important to introduce it to your dog gradually over a period of 7-14 days to avoid digestive problems. Checkout our article from David Jackson from All About Dog Food HERE to understand the transition process. You can also download our free guide below.

Download FREE Transition Guide


Dog foods with a low nutrition value often contain bulking ingredients that lack nutrition, meaning larger portions are often needed to provide your dog with the essential nutrients they need. Foods that have a higher nutrition rating require smaller portions as they are packed full of goodness and are easily digestible. This, along with the already affordable price points, means you can feed your dog better for less than you might think (And often, less than you currently pay!).