A wholesome mix of ingredients, with nothing artificial. It also comes in pork, chicken, turkey, and salmon, each with a different set of ingredients so you can vary the diet, which is healthier. You can also disguise some kibble in it to make it last longer.
Comes frozen, and will go bad 10 days after defrosting, so if you don’t need a whole bag within that time you need to portion it out.
Contains appetizing ingredients like lentils, sweet potatoes, and blueberries. Some found it worked as well as a prescription food at a fraction of the cost — 8 lbs. makes 32 lbs. of food. Also comes in pork, beef, duck and turkey, as well as chicken and turkey version that contains grain.
Some humans were not fond of the look or smell.
Made of minimally processed ingredients, this also comes in turkey and beef, as well as a vegetable base mix that can be added to fresh meat. Dogs find it appetizing and it works well with those with allergies, even though it's not grain-free. A 10 lb. box makes 40 lbs. of food or comes in pre-packed cups in a case of 12.
Needs to be mixed with water, and some found the pate-like consistency difficult to eat.
With no grains or additives, this looks more like regular canned food, but comes with chunks of chicken, veggies, and fruit plus the benefit of added vitamins and minerals. Some users report that their dogs eat it as if it were candy.
It's an expensive option, and sold by the case.
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There’s been a revolution in the pet food world in the past decade, with more pet owners choosing to forego the traditional makers of canned food and kibble. Conventional pet food often contains a lot of cheap fillers, such as corn, soy and grains which can cause allergies, and low quality proteins such as poultry by-products that are considered unfit for human consumption. Human grade pet food is made in FDA and USDA regulated manufacturing facilities using ingredients of a standard set for people. They also contain vegetables and other good stuff, which is then packaged, dehydrated, or frozen for optimum nutrition. You’ll pay more for these foods and won’t find them in most supermarkets, but many pet owners feel it’s worth the effort.
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