Lily’s Kitchen – proper food for pets!


If you’re a cat or dog lover and have one living with you, the chance is that you  may have heard of (or purchased) Lily’s Kitchen – natural, healthy food for dogs, cats, puppies and kittens.


Lily’s Kitchen is an all natural British pet food company founded by Henrietta Morrison. After her border terrier,


At Lily’s Kitchen it all comes down to one simple belief: that our pets have the right to proper food, made from real quality ingredients, that reflects their natural diet.

Lily became sick she consulted her brother, a vet, and began preparing her own dog food. When Lily’s condition improved Henrietta spent two years working with vets and nutritionists to create the best food for pets. She uses natural, wholesome ingredients and the best quality vitamins and minerals.


We use the best possible human-grade ingredients ­– meats, grains, fruit, veg and herbs – with no derivatives or artificial ingredients.

Each ingredient is itemised in the labeling, so you’re sure to know exactly what goes into each product. Consideration is given to the environment and Lily’s Kitchen aim to “produce recipes made or grown in a way that is the most sustainable for our planet.”

Lily’s Kitchen believe in organic farming methods for better care of animals, including wildlife diversity, and protection for the environment. They have an exclusively certified organic range, which is also wholly natural.

Crucially, we never ever use artificial additives, preservatives, colours or flavours, nor do we use any pet food fillers, like meat meal, bone meal, animal derivatives or by-products.

Because every pet is different, we create a range of recipes, including specific nutrition tailored for puppies and kittens.

All our cat food recipes are grain-free, which is essential for their health. We also have a range of grain-free recipes for dogs, for those who are intolerant to grains or who have sensitive tummies.

Wholehearted believers in the benefits of organic farming, we offer a specific range that is certified organic, which only uses 100% organic meat, fruit, vegetable and herbs. Our aim is to offer a natural and nutritious diet to as many dogs and cats as possible, which is why we also make a 100% natural range that uses organic ingredients where possible.

Many nutrient-packed ingredients make up this quality pet food;

  • Fruit: Apples, blueberries, cranberries, strawberries.
  • Vegetables: Broccoli, pumpkin, green beans.
  • Wholegrains, seeds & pulses: Barley, oats, spelt, sunflower and flaxseeds, lentils
  • Freshly prepared meat and wild meat: Beef, lamb, venison, (plus proteins from wildfowl, chicken, turkey & fish, farmhouse cheddar, probiotic yoghurt)
  • Spirulina, Omega 3 & 6, prebiotics (for digestion and nutrient absorption), Nucleotides (for metabolism of fat and protein), and other good stuff!


We stock a wide range of Lily’s Kitchen at GoodnessDirect, including wet and dry meals for both dogs and cats.



Healthy eating for pets too! – When you read the ingredients of this amazing dog food, you can’t not be impressed! Fresh meat and fish with a whole range of herbs. Great you can feed your animals as well as they deserve!

Reviewer’s Name: F Brewster

Full of nutritious, natural ingredients, a great dog food.

Reviewer’s Name: L E Champion

I can’t compliment the lily’s kitchen range enough. My dog was having a lot of auto-immune problems until I started her on lily’s (we use the dried food too). They look and smell so much nicer than other dog foods and though pricier I find we’ve saved an absolute fortune on vet bills, therefore less expensive at the end of the day.

Reviewer’s Name: C Meadowsweet

Nice biscuits. – My dog likes her lie-ins and it used to be hard to get her up in the mornings. Not so now. She loves these biscuits so much she’ll always get out of bed for one.

Reviewer’s Name: D. Smith


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  • Samantha says:

    Great article!
    I used to accomplish wishes of my pup and to share my home cooked food whenever he makes his sad begging face 😀 but four months ago I found out that my pup has a grain allergy…We went through it all, itching, head shaking, diarrhea, feet licking etc.
    Since then we are more or less constantly researching grain free options. I understand that the best solution is to feed them homemade food, but is there any recommended replacement for the cases when we have no time for rood preparation? I discovered and it works well for us. Any experiences with that one?
    Thank you !

    • Naomi says:

      Hi! Sorry to hear about your dog, but thank you for the recommendation, we will look into this in our next new lines meeting and see if this something we can stock also!

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