Montego Karoo

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Dog Food: Montego KAROO
Price: Adult R629 – 20kg bag (R31.45/kg)
Cheapest Place to Buy: PetHeaven.co.za
Bag Sizes: 1.75kg, 8kg, 20kg
Dog Size: Puppy, Adult, Senior


KAROO Dog Food (simply known as KAROO) is another brand that is made by the Montego Pet Nutrition Family. Montego is known for delivering quality, value for money kibble for your dogs. The KAROO range carries on this tradition.

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Montego describes KAROO as a super premium diet. It is considered a better quality dog food than their Classic Dog Food Range, and of course at a higher price. A higher price is not always a bad thing, provided that the quality of the product you are buying matches the value you are getting for it.

Does KAROO cater for your dog?

The KAROO range has been designed to cater for all dogs, from small breed puppies to your senior aged old faithful. Their range is as follows:

  • Small Breed Puppy
  • Large Breed Puppy
  • Adult
  • Senior

 

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The Adult and Senior ranges do not have separate pellet sizes for small and large breed dogs. They have a one-size-fits-all approach where their pellets are small enough for small (not minute) breeds to easily chew. They also do not specify at what age their senior range starts, this is most likely because large and small breed dogs start their senior years at very different times. But I think we all know when our dogs are reaching their ‘senior years’!

The KAROO Puppy, Adult and Senior are available in 1.75kg, 8 kg and 20 kg bags. If you want to test KKAROO on your dog I recommend first purchasing one of the smaller bags, just in case it has a reaction with your dog or your dog does not like the taste, you do not waste a 20kg bag.

Why chose KAROO?

  1. Due to KAROO being manufactured in the Montego factory in Graaff-Reinet, is in ‘manufactured’ under the same quality controls as the other Montego ranges – read more here….
  2. Quality ingredients are used
  3. High in Protein (22%). The protein comes from a mix of lamb, chicken and ostrich.
  4. Contains minerals for maintaining strong bones and teeth
  5. Contains Omega fatty acids & zinc for healthy skin and a glossy coat
  6. Contains immune system boosting antioxidants and vitamins to help keep your dog healthy
  7. Contains inulin and sugar beet pulp which are prebiotics (dietary fibres) that aid digestion
  8. Contains Glucosamine and Chondroitin to keep the joints well lubed

Full Ingredient List

Maize, chicken, rice, lamb, poultry oil, ostrich, beet pulp, brewers yeast, natural flavouring agents, fish oil, inulin, egg powder, potassium chloride, salmon oil powder, salt, encapsulated fatty acids, glucosamine & chondroitin, essential minerals, vitamins, approved antioxidants.

– Generally either maize or rice is used as a base. Rice is a higher quality ingredient to be used as a base. KAROO does not make mention of the ratio of maize-to-rice in the recipe.

Where is KAROO available?

It is available throughout South Africa at various retail and pet accessory stores. To find a retailer near you, click here…

You can also purchase it online at PetHeaven.co.za. Pet Heaven offers the following savings:

  • R100 off your first orderPitbull_&_Owner
  • 20% off your first ‘scheduled delivery’
  • Up to 10% every other ‘scheduled delivery’ thereafter
  • Free delivery on orders over R500

So what are you waiting for?

Backed by the strong Montego name, KAROO is a great, well-rounded, value-for-money dog food kibble. It has a range of quality ingredients and nutrients to help keep your dog active and living its best life!

* Do you have any questions are comments on this product? If so, please leave a comment below and we will gladly get back to you.

12 thoughts on “Montego Karoo”

  1. Hi I have been buying montego karoo for about 2 years always been very happy…bought a bag yesterday and it has a funny smell and lots of pieces almost looks like string. I will forward pics. Please let me no if you are having a problem.. thanking you.

  2. Good day, I have a Maltese thorough bread and is about 1year and 5 months old. I would. Like to know what’s the good brands for dog food. I have tried hills but it seems he did get constipation after 3 months cycle so I changed to royal canin and he loves it. But with a finances theses days I would like to know what’s best for my dog. Please can you assist. Thanks

    1. Hi Shaylin
      THe Montego range is good value for money, provivded that your dog enjoys the taste and does not have any negative reactions to it. It would recommend getting a few samples of their different ranges from your local pet food supply stroe.

  3. Hi,

    I have a diabetic dog and looking for affordable dog food options. She is currently on Vets choice lite, which the vet recommended. Is there any other options I can look at as well? I know it would need to be high protein and less grain.

  4. Hi,
    I recently purchased a 20kg bag of Montego Karoo Senior, and my dogs have experienced upset, runny tummys with throwing up. I stopped the Montego Karoo Senior, and bought a different dog food. There was an immediate turnaround in my dogs’ tummy health after a day.I tried the Montego Karoo Senior again after a few days and my dogs had upset tummy’s once again. This is not the first bag of Montego Karoo Senior, that i have used.
    Please advise if there have been any other instances of the same reported. I am currently reluctant to feed the Montego Karoo Senior, to my dogs for fear of them getting sick.

    Thank you
    Regards,
    Videsh Narsee

    1. Hi Videsh

      I personally use the Karoo senior range on my dog and have not had these issues. It could just be that your dogs digestive system does not agree with it. Find what works for your dogs and stick to it:)

  5. Good day,

    I have 6 rescue adult dogs that have been on Montego Classic for many years and all are very healthy. One thing they all do is eat sand 🙁 … especially when the sand is wet. What mineral do you think they are not getting? Your help will be appreciated.
    Thank you
    Anita

    1. Hi Anita

      That is very strange that they all eat sand. I think it would be best to contact your local vet for advice as it may not be a mineral deficiency.

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