Human-grade dog food. 12 cartons included. Only 8 ingredients and the first is turkey bone broth. 2 servings per carton. Excellent for dogs with common food allergies.
Somewhat pricey, but you can expect superior quality with this topper.
Thick, soft, and creamy bisque that’s easy on a dog’s teeth. Real beef broth and beef are the first 2 ingredients. An affordable food topper. No grains or fillers. Many alternate flavors available.
1.5-oz. pouches may be on the small side for larger breeds.
Savory, soup-like consistency. Tuna is the first ingredient. 5-ingredient formula is great for avoiding food allergies. No grains, artificial colors, or preservatives. High-protein food topper. Works just as well as a topper, snack, or side-dish.
Expensive, but includes 12 pouches.
This topper is 95 percent chicken, from birds that are hormone and antibiotic free. Meat is mixed with organic fruits and vegetables that deliver a dose of antioxidants. Gluten-free. Freeze dried texture means it's easy to chew. Some use this food as snacks or training treats.
This brand may experience quality control challenges from time to time.
Only 4 ingredients: chicken, carrots, potatoes, and peas. Good choice for dogs avoiding food allergies. Simple shredded meat and tiny veggie bites. Includes 10 tubs.
Picky eaters may try to eat around the veggies.
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Many pet parents may never consider the need for a dog food topper until their new puppy doesn’t find dry kibble to be particularly interesting, a sick or injured dog has a serious loss of appetite, or you’re looking for an extra-special way to spoil your best friend. Dog food toppers range from soupy and bisque-like mix, to shredded meats and chunky gravy styles, and while your dog will likely be pleased to wolf down any of these toppers alongside their normally scheduled dry food, it’s best to research the best recipes to fit your pup’s special diet.