About The Fishermans Daughter

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Fisherman’s Daughter super quality dogfood and treats, made in the UK, sold around the world

Waiting for her father to come home from his daily fishing trips, whilst walking the dogs along the quayside, the Fishermans Daughter looked forward eagerly to see the day’s catch and to help mother cook it up for dinner.  The dogs always knew when the fishing basket was landed, and used to run back to the cottage to wait for the scraps.  Fish heads were their favourite!

Nowadays people rarely cook food from scratch, so if we must feed prepared dogfood – at least make sure it’s good quality and as close to human food as possible.  Dogs love fish and it’s so good for their coat and general health.

Salmon is very gentle on the digestion and ideal for dogs with delicate tummies.  Potato is a much better form of carbohydrate than wheat (which can cause allergies in some dogs).

Says the Fishermans Daughter “I believe in simple, natural foods to maintain the health of my family and my dogs.  I eat fish more than three times a week for it’s Omega 3 content – and my dogs eat it every day!  All of us have healthy skin, glossy hair, supple joints and strong bones.

Feeding fresh fish to our dogs every day isn’t always easy or convenient – so I devised the simplest and best quality prepared dogfood possible.  No gimmicks, no fruit, herbs, chemicals, unpronounceable ingredients, or ‘fillers’ made from low grade carbohydrate such as pea starch.  Whilst dogs can digest carbohydrates – I only ever use potato – which is gluten free.  I don’t eat wheat myself (it gives me migraine) and I don’t feed it my family or my dogs.  I find that potato is much easier for dogs to digest than grain.

The Omega 3 in fish helps the immune system to be strong enough to ward off allergies.  My friends all saw a big difference in the health of their dogs as soon as they started feeding my Salmon & Potato Recipe.  Dogs which previously had itchy skin conditions, ‘hot spots’, red raw paws through chewing to relieve itchiness.

Visit ‘my recipes’ page to see more family fish recipes which are healthy and easy to produce – and some lovely ideas for brightening up your dog’s meal every day as well.


  1. Helen Fowler says:


    I have recently become the proud owner of a Cairn puppy, Oscar is my first ever dog and I cant believe how much I love him, it is this that led me to do some research into pet food and some of the articles I have read about commerical dog food are frightening! I have recently moved to a new area and the lack of places where you can get quality dog products is very limited, which leads me to think there is a gap in ther market, and I have an idea hopefully to bridge that, so my question is? if I were to supply your products as a retailer what would be your minimum order value be?


    Helen Fowler

  2. Valerie Gambin says:

    I have recently returned from Malta where I was introduced to Fisherman’s Daughter products by my vet, after my mini Dachshound had herniated discs. The salmon oil did him the world of good, as did the cookies and skins. My problem now is that I can’ t find the products in my area – Monmouth Gwent. Can you PLEASE let me know where I can buy the products. Thanks

    • Fishermans Daughter says:

      Hi Valerie
      Thanks for your email – at the moment the only place you can buy our products now is on line – from Pets at Home. They deliver directly to your door! Here’s the link for you – please do let me know how you get on. Hopefully in the near future we will have stockists in your county. We will be adding them onto our website ‘where can I buy it’ section over the next few months. ps I do love Mini Dachshounds 🙂


    • Fishermans Daughter says:

      hello Valerie – sorryf or delay in replying – I have been exhibiting at the National Vet Show in London with my Fisherman’s Daughter range. You can now buy them directly from me, online on this website. Just look up ‘My Products’ and go ahead and order some. We deliver direct to your door, usually next day if we can. Thanks for your kind words about my products as well – we have a lot of Vets round the world who are recommending them for improvement after operations or for allergic reactions. (should have a nice shiny coat now as well!) JILL ANGELL

  3. I recently switch over my 2 year old yellow Lab to FD and I am really happy with the result till now (nice fur, less poop, and she is loving it) besides hoping that in the long run it will help her with her dysplasia and arthritis. Recently I got a second Lab (black) and he is currently 6,5 months. I’d love to change him over however there is no ‘puppy version’ of FD. A) is that being planned and B) seeing that FD is an adult food – from what age would it be recommended to switch the puppy to FD?

    • Fishermans Daughter says:

      Hi Trixie
      Really pleased your yellow lab is loving my food! The new black puppy will be fine on the small bite adult food (you are probably feeding the large bite adult food to your yellow lab??). My food is so simple – it is good for both adults and puppies – your black lab will be fine on it 🙂 Thanks for writing – really appreciate the contact, best regards JILL ANGELL

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