FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Would you like to find out more about the animonda products? Or do you simply need a contact person for advice on feeding? The answers to these and other questions can be found in our FAQ list.

If the answer to your question is not included, please feel free to contact us directly using our contact form or by phone at +49 (0)5424 80934-0.

All animonda complete foods in the form of wet food contains the recommended amount for cats of 2500 mg taurine per kg of dry matter. Our dry food also contains taurine in quantities of 1500 mg per kg of dry matter.

Cats are able to process taurine more easily in dry food than in wet food. For this reason, more taurine must be included in wet food than in dry food.

animonda products are available from specialist retailers, online and from some vets.

All animonda products are manufactured without added sugar.

On our website it is possible to purchase trial packs. You can find them here.

No, we do not perform tests on animals at animonda. To ensure that dogs and cats like eating our products, pets test our food in the familiar surroundings of their own home. The pet owner receives the test product along with instructions for feeding, and a questionnaire. The animals are fed with the test product for a fixed period of time. The amount of food eaten and the behaviour of the animal is recorded.

“Meat and animal by-products” is the term for a specific food group. It is used whenever animal raw materials such as meat and valuable internal organs (heart, liver, lungs) are used in dog and cat food. They originate from animals that are slaughtered for our own (human) nutrition.

There are, however, also animal by-products such as claws, feathers or horn, which we never use in our products.

Kittens need a food that is specially tailored to the nutritional requirements at this sensitive stage of their lives. With this food, your kitten has optimum support in the strenuous growth phase.

Young dogs need a food that is specially tailored to the nutritional requirements at this sensitive stage of their lives. With this food, your puppy has optimum support in the strenuous growth phase.

Small and medium-sized dogs are usually switched to adult food at the age of 12 months. Tall dogs, however, such as Great Danes are not fully grown until the age of 24 months. For individual feeding advice, please feel free to contact our expert vet Dr Radicke.

For individual feeding advice, please feel free to contact our expert vet Dr Radicke using our veterinarian form.  

For individual feeding advice, please feel free to contact our expert vet Dr Radicke using our veterinarian form.

The changeover to a new food should always be carried out slowly, so that the dog’s stomach and intestines can get used to the new food. The duration of the changeover varies from one dog to another. Over a period of 10-14 days, the amount of new food should be gradually increased and the amount of the usual food reduced. If you need further tips on the changeover of food, you can use the veterinarian form to get in direct contact with our vet.

Wet food can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 24 hours. Before feeding, the food must have reached room temperature.