ANF Dog Food (Dry)

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Rating: ☆☆☆☆☆

PRODUCT NO LONGER AVAILABLE
IN MOST OF THE UNITED STATES OR CANADA

Notes and Updates

05/08/2010 Original review
12/08/2010 Review updated
03/15/2011 Product no longer offered in most of US or Canada
12/28/2011 Review removed from this website
07/16/2013 Last Update

  • DJPooleATX

    Our dogs (one of them is 21 years old) eat it and love it. I get it at HEB in Austin, Texas as well, but availability is sketchy at best. Don’t know if that’s because it is hard to get or if so many people are buying. Either way, it would be nice to have the review back up, so you could see how it compares.

  • Michelle Stright

    We’ve actually been giving him carrots (he loves carrots and lettuce) since he was a puppy for treats. We grow a lot of our own food (people food isn’t much better either these days :/). I never bought treats, we give him garden stuff which he loves anyway. It’s safe and we know where it came from or buy organic only. We also have our own chickens and that means our own eggs. And yes, selected meat too. He’s not overweight, in very good health according to our vet so we know we’re doing the right thing. He’s a lucky fuzzy bud all around :).

  • Cyndi

    That’s an awesome idea! That’s exactly what I did. It’s been 4 months since I starting feeding my dog raw, and she’s never been healthier. I’ve even started making my own treats.

  • Michelle Stright

    Actually, as bad as all commercial dog food has gotten lately, we are thinking of doing what many others are now doing – make our own.

  • Cyndi

    You might want to spend a bit more time on this site and find your dog a better food than Science Diet.

  • Michelle Stright

    Our dog refused it. That was enough for us.

  • Michelle Stright

    It is available at HEB in Sugar Land, Tx. Our dog refused to eat the food. Took back and went elsewhere to get Science diet.

  • kathymoore55

    I just bought this at HEB in Boerne,TX, so maybe it is being reintroduced.

  • Ruben F. del Prado for Matilde

    What an excellent source and wealth of information. Thank you DogAdviser – thank you pet friends! We live in Nepal and have a 2 month old Lhasa Apso. We are weaning her off milk and bread and slowly introducing the new formula ‘ANF Puppy Holistic,’ small kibbles that we bought in Thailand. Please include a review of the new manufacturer: “Kodo”: http://www.kodopetfood.com/

  • shawnploe

    Can this review please be put back up? I would really like to know how it rates. I had been getting it for my dogs from HEB in San Antonio for a while, and my dogs really liked it. Please reconsider replacing this review!!!
    Thank you!

  • http://www.facebook.com/karliinthecosmos Karli Renee

    me too, today!

  • Doug

    I live in Thailand and the product is sold here. Unfortunately there is not a great selection of quality dog food here so this is what I have been feeding my dog.

    Can anyone give me their thoughts on the product? Cheers

  • http://www.facebook.com/bamasweetpea Carrie Parker Smith

    Just bought some at HEB in Austin Texas.
    Thanks

  • http://www.facebook.com/bamasweetpea Carrie Parker Smith

    This Dog Food is Available at HEB in Austin Texas. Please update this. Thanks!!

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  • Judy

    I have a dog with itchy ears and they are MUCH better after only 2 big bags of the ANF. We have 3 and they go through a 15 lb bag every week and few days.

  • Budi_Lationo

    ANF Dog Food is my Dobe Favourite !

  • Type3

     ANF dog food is now available in the United States. I have found it in HEB food stores in Texas. It comes packaged like coffee does, the bag is shrunk wrapped to keep air out of it until opened. It’s billed as a holistic type of food. So far no FDA recalls on it. The ingredients contain no corn or wheat.

  • Luisxcs

    It is made in the USA, Texas, its safe don´t worry about it, premiun quality!

  • Bouncyballone

    I’m confused also…just bought some @ the store this week

  • Bouncyballone

    Don’t know if this will get to you but apparently they are selling it in the USA b/c I just bought some @ the grocery store…so is this product safe? Is it made in Japan, China or USA?

  • Arlene

    Confused.  I just saw their holistic formula in the grocery store.  Good…bad or indifferent??  Is it safe?  Not on any recall list.  It’s very reasonably priced if it’s a good product.

  • Karen

    Hi there,

  • Ania

    Hi Mark! Is there any possibility of seeing at least the old review? I want to compare to other food i am using currenlty. Tank you !

  • Patricia

    This food is sold in Puerto Rico, which is U.S. territory. Maybe you should check again if it is not being sold in the US. I would like to see the reviews for their new formulas here.

  • http://DogFoodAdvisor.com Mike Sagman

    Hi Mark… ANF is owned by Kodo Pets and is not for sale in the United States or Canada. For this reason, we will no longer be following this brand.

  • http://DogFoodAdvisor.com Mike Sagman

    Hi Mark… This is very confusing. The old website is still listed and contains the older recipes. I will attempt to contact the new owner and find out the details on this signifiicant change. Thanks for the tip.

  • Mark Tan

    ANF really has a new formula! It contains no wheat and corn now. They have also changed their website. http://www.kodopetfood.com, stated on the ANF Lamb and Rice packaging which I bought. I’m just a couple of days into it but so far my dog is liking it.

  • Jen

    Thanks MIKE! ;-)
    I think these no-wheat-no-corn are new formulas, we have only these “better” foods available in our country. I’ve read ANF is made both in USA and UK, if that could be a reason… Or they just haven’t update their website…

  • http://DogFoodAdvisor.com Mike Sagman

    Hi Jen… This review may seem like an “old review”, but it is actually quite current (last updated 5/8/2010). I checked the official company website today (our info source for this review) and the information published for all 14 products matches our database perfectly. Either you are using an older product or the company has changed its formula and not updated its public website. Unfortunately, since we don’t have access to all the thousands of dog food products in North America we must assume the information we get from each manufacturer’s websites is accurate. Sorry I can’t be more help.

  • Jen

    Hi Mark!

    Are there different kinds of ANF foods in the market, or is this “old review”? I’ve seen i.e. ANF adult chicken & rice food, which contains chicken meal (29%), ground brown rice, chicken fat, ground oats etc. No wheat, no corn… much better ingredients than these in your review. It would be interesting to see reviews of these “better” ANF-foods.

    We have used ANF lamb & rice and it has been an excellent food for our dog with sensitive stomach and he also likes it very much!