Comes in Turkey Gourmet Gobbler flavor (14-ounce size). 100% real meat that is sized well for both large and small dogs. Very high-quality food that most dogs seem to love. Reports of dogs having more energy and fewer allergies while on this food.
Bag is small and quite expensive compared to other options, making this a better choice for smaller dogs. Some reports of dogs refusing to eat this brand.
Flavors include Free Range Chicken, Cage Free Turkey, and Range Raised Beef. Sizes range from a Starter Kit to a 10-pound bag (which makes 40 pounds of food). Uses dehydrated whole foods. Low sodium. Some owners claim that dogs on this food have shinier coats, better energy, and easily maintain a healthy weight. Dogs largely love this food.
The preparation here - measure food, heat and measure water, wait for it to rehydrate - may put off some owners (and many impatient dogs). Some reports of the smell and consistency not being that great.
Oregon Tilth Certified Organic. Comes in a 5-pound bag. Rated for all life stages. Some owners with picky or finicky dogs say their dogs love it. Some reports of smoother and healthier fur after a switch to this food.
Some owners report that their dogs got sick after eating this blend.
Formulated for adult dogs of various sizes. Free from hormones, pesticides, antibiotics, herbicides, and chemical additives. Available in a variety of sizes, including a 25-pound bag. Owners say that dogs on this formula look better (coats) and that it works well for dogs with allergies.
Some buyers say there is too much grain in this blend. Some reports of dogs refusing to eat it.
Food comes in a wide range of options, including blends for small dogs, older dogs, and those with weight problems. Cooked in an organically certified USA kitchen. Good quality food that most dogs love. Bag has a Velcro tab for freshness.
This option is a bit on the expensive side, with some buyers noting how the bags keep getting smaller while the price keeps going up. Some bags come torn.
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Everyone can agree, we want the best for our fur babies. Switching to organic food, while it may be costly, ensures a healthier lifestyle for your dog. Many non-organic brands are full of artificial colors and flavors that are damaging to your pet. When we eliminate those artificial ingredients, the food becomes far easier to digest. Skin irritation and allergies often caused by the harmful additives in most non-organic options can also be prevented when you make the switch. A shiny coat and a well-maintained weight are some of the other benefits of organic dog food. When it comes down to it, organic dog food is worth every penny.