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|Package dimensions||30.99 x 22.91 x 10.49 cm; 5.23 Kilograms|
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Canidae PURE Grain Free Salmon and Sweet Potato Wet Dog Food, Case of 12
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- Limited ingredient canned dog food for food sensitive dogs
- #1 ingredient real fish for high quality protein
- Grain free wet food perfect for those with food sensitive stomachs
- Just 7-10 key ingredients in each can of dog food
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At Canidae we believe that what’s best for our pets is best for us all. Canidae PURE limited ingredient wet dog food offers your pooch a well-rounded meal crafted with their health and well-being in mind. Canidae PURE is made from simple, high-quality ingredients balanced for whole body health, developed with recipes that always begin with protein first for lean, strong muscles. Pure goodness for your sensitive buddy.
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Like many foods nowadays, they add unhealthy oils in place of healthy fats. Coconut Oil or a high quality Salmon or Krill Oil would be a good source of fat. Even Avocado Oil would be acceptable. They use Sunflower Oil which causes plaque build-up in the arteries. We won't give our animals food we wouldn't eat ourselves so we won't be using this long term, for that reason. Were they to change to Organic Coconut Oil or a high quality Fish Oil that has been treated to remove metal, or drop the added oil altogether, this would instantly become one of the best foods on the market. Personally, I think they should just drop the oil in favor of adding back in a bit more fish, as the fish is why a person would buy this for their fur baby, and leave the choice of adding or not adding any additional fats to the person purchasing the food.
The only other issue is that, in order to prove to people that they have added whole peas to the food, they fail to fully puree the food. It is not a pure pate which makes it a bit difficult to mix, fully, if you have finicky babies who prefer a smooth and uniform food. My dogs prefer smooth food, as we add so many other things to it, and it makes a nice base for that, but they seem to accept the presence of the peas, as long as I smash them up into more of a pea-paste, rather than leaving them whole in the food.
Again, this is a high quality food from an excellent brand, however, it needs work. No dog food should contain any added oil There is more than enough high quality fat in fish to meet the fat requirements for the food. If there isn't, then the food contains too many carbohydrate fillers and is not a good choice. If this food is released with no added oil and a little more fish, I will update my review but, as to the current formula, it is right about in the middle of the better foods, around four stars.
Good luck finding the right food for your fur babies. In our home it is a mix of the best canned foods, pure fish, whole foods and the like, but even a canned food diet can be healthy, if it has quality ingredients, keeps the carbohydrates at the lower end and doesn't add unhealthy or dangerous ingredients.
After even more research, I decided to try this one because it is limited in ingredients and doesn't have anything that he's had a negative reaction to in the past. I started him slowly, with just a little mixed into his normal food, and adding a bit more every few days. After three weeks, this was what he was eating for dinner. Right after he began eating just this food, he was a bit constipated and began throwing up early in the morning -- frothy vomit with bile. That went on for three days in a row, with no other symptoms of illness at all.
I thought this food might not be good, might have inflamed his stomach, so I stopped it immediately, and his constipation and vomiting ceased immediately.
I've never seen that reaction with any other foods I've tried -- he may get more itchy from others due to his allergies, but he's never gotten ill. I would return it, but I bought a case and am now stuck with 9 cans of food I don't trust to give to either of my little ones. I'm going back to my old brand (Natural Balance Limited Ingredient Venison & Sweet Potato).