Adirondack Salmon, Chicken & Mixed Berries Dog Treats

Company info

Company HQ
Lisbon, Ohio
Parent company
Adirondack Pet Food

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Overall Score



Nutrient Value: 82%
Quality of Ingredients: 75%
Recall History: 70%
Price: 20%
Customer Experience: 100%
Size Variety: 23%

Dry Matter Analysis


Protein: 38.89%

Fat: 20.83%

Fiber: 2.78%

Carbs: 37.50%

Primary proteins

  • Salmon
  • Chicken

Ingredients We Like

  • Chicken
  • Salmon

Ingredients We Did Not Like

  • None

Recall History

The following list (if present) shows all dog food recalls related to Adirondack since 2009. If no recalls are listed, no recall events have been reported.

Since 2009 Adirondack has never been recalled.


Salmon, Chicken, Brown Rice, Coconut Glycerin, Chickpeas, Coconut Oil, Blueberries Cranberries, Citric Acid, Vinegar, Mixed Tocopherols, Rosemary Extract.

Estimated Nutrient Content

Guaranteed Analysis

Protein Fat Carbs
28.00% 15.00% 27.00%

Dry Matter Analysis

Protein Fat Carbs
38.89% 20.83% 37.50%

Calorie Weighted Basis

Protein Fat Carbs
30.63% 39.84% 29.53%

Ingredient Review

Our review of Adirondack Salmon, Chicken & Mixed Berries Dog Treats begins with a detailed look at the food’s ingredients.

The first ingredient is Salmon. Salmon is meat from any fish in the salmon family, and in pet food, salmon might also refer to other parts of the fish including skin and organs. Salmon is an excellent source of protein, and it is a good source of Omega-3 fatty acids.

The second ingredient is Chicken. Chicken is meat from the domesticated bird of the same name. In pet food, chicken is used as a primary protein source.

The third ingredient is Brown Rice. Brown rice is a name for whole-grain rice with its outer hull removed. The brown rice in pet food can be a source of carbohydrates and fiber. Brown rice also contains omega-6 fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals.

The fourth ingredient is Coconut Glycerin. Coconut glycerin is a binder and sweeting agent that is sourced from coconuts. The coconut glycerin in pet food is sometimes used to add a chewy texture or to bind other ingredients together.

The fifth ingredient is Chickpeas. Chickpeas are legumes. Also known as garbanzo beans, the chickpeas in pet food serve as a source of protein and fiber, as well as some grain-free carbohydrates.

After the fifth ingredient, the list includes all remaining ingredients. It’s worth noting that ingredients (other than nutritional supplements) located this far down on the list aren’t likely to have an impact on the overall rating of this Adirondack Salmon, Chicken & Mixed Berries Dog Treats.

There are 9 notable exceptions including good ingredients and controversial ones.

List of controversial ingredients

  • Brown Rice
  • Chickpeas

List of potential allergens

  • Salmon
  • Chicken

List of healthy ingredients

  • Chicken
  • Salmon

Nutritional Analysis

We’ve compared Adirondack Salmon, Chicken & Mixed Berries Dog Treats to the other 6131 dog foods in our database:

Product info All Products avg.
Crude Protein 38.89% 37.08%
Crude Fat 20.83% 15.13%
Crude Fiber 2.78% 5.47%

Compared to the other 6131 dog foods in our database, this recipe has:

  • 1.81% more crude protein
  • 5.7% more fat content
  • 2.69% less fiber

Dogs typically thrive on a diet that includes high protein content, a medium amount of fat, and a comparatively low amount of carbohydrates, along with sufficient moisture. It’s worth noting that specialty diets recommended by veterinarians might prioritize different nutrients based on your pet’s condition and unique needs.

Analysis Overview

Adirondack Salmon, Chicken & Mixed Berries Dog Treats is priced above the average market price for Dog Treats.

When we analyzed the ingredients in Adirondack Salmon, Chicken & Mixed Berries Dog Treats, we found that most of the protein is derived from salmon based sources.

As for the overall quality of the recipe, 2 of the first 5 ingredients are controversial ingredients. That’s why we believe that this recipe is not recommended.

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