Solid Gold Barking at the Moon dog food

October 4, 2008  
Filed under Dog Food Reviews, Solid Gold

Solid Gold Barking at the Moon may have a funny name, but there is nothing funny about the food. It’s a premium brand of dog food, which is highly recommended.  This food is a grain free, high protein and low in carbohydrates. This formula is a great brand of dog food for dogs that are energetic and highly active. As with all dog food brands we review, we are going to take a look at the first five ingredients:


Solid Gold Barking at the Moon Ingredients:
(First Five)

  1. Ocean Fish Meal
  2. Beef
  3. Potatoes
  4. Potato Protein
  5. Canola Oil

PROS:  More than one source of meat
CONS: High in Protein – Not suitable for all dogs.

We recommend this food to Adult dogs that are of a larger breed. Puppies and smaller dogs may not be able to process all the protein that this food provides.

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein, min 41%
Crude Fat, min 20%
Crude Fiber, max 4%
Moisture, max 10%

Would we recommend this food? YES.

You can buy solid gold barking at the moon dog food in two different sizes: 15lbs and 33lbs

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18 Responses to “Solid Gold Barking at the Moon dog food”
  1. John says:

    Of the ones on your list, which one offers the best for a puppy? Innova?
    We have a 12 wk old Yorkie who way 2.2 lbs and has been eating Nutro puppy. I’m figuring the protein should be around 30% or less for this little boy.

  2. Jess says:

    Orijen and Acana are top of the line dog foods and both have puppy food. Now, Artemis, Wellness, Merrick, C.N.,Blue Buffalo and Solid gold all have decent to good puppy food. Kirkland (Costco) also has a fairly decent puppy food. Keep in mind all dogs do not do good on all dog foods. I have heard Innova is already starting to have issues with their dog food now that P&G bought them out. I always recomend adding a little unseasoned cooked meat (not fat and egg once in awhile) to all dogs diet and a good Vitamin can never hurt. Because I feed top of the line kibble(and a little real meat), I only use half the recomended amount of vitys to my dog.
    I also wait at least a half hour after feeding before I give him any real meat and he thinks he is getting treats.
    Here is a good site to look at what ingredients you should “not” feed your dog…Do a little reading and pick the one best for your dog.

    http://www.dogfoodproject.com/index.php?page=badingredients

  3. Jess says:

    I guess I shoud mention Horizon Legacy also has a good puppy food.

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