Best dry dog food according to redditors

We found 261 Reddit comments discussing the best dry dog food. We ranked the 151 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Dry Dog Food:

u/sallysfeet · 35 pointsr/BravoRealHousewives

Pink dog food website and where to buy it

edit: Just read one of the reviews on amazon:

>My dog accidentally ate this when we were visiting a friend and her pup. I'm not sure if my dog is allergic to the artificial color additives, or if it just wasn't good for his system, but he threw it up all over a beige couch. The couch is now STAINED an awful pale pink color because of the dye my friend wants me to pay for a new couch.
This product is absurd and unnecessary.

And Court replied:

>Court Westcott
Lauren, I am sorry that your dog was unsupervised and consumed someones else's property. It is usually a good idea to slowly mix in new dog foods when changing brands. Also, this review is done by a nonverified purchase and is therefore absurd and unnecessary.

u/amandatoryy · 23 pointsr/BravoRealHousewives

5/39 1 star reviews. Who to believe? Lol

u/fakerton · 13 pointsr/vegan

Dogs are fine on vegan diet. I have got blood work yearly and my dogs are "One of the healthiest they have seen."

The problem with cat's is Taurine. Dogs can synthesize their own but cats can not.

u/PuppetMaster · 9 pointsr/DebateAVegan

>that doesn’t mean I’m going to force her to eat a vegan diet and potentially make her even sicker.

I think you are ignorant about dog food, and you seem to be saying that any vegan that feeds their dog vegan food is OK with forcing their dog to be at greater risk. I am ignorant too of lots of things, being vegan takes a lot of time to learn everything. Just the other day I bought probiotics that had milk in them by accident.

This is the one I use am I am confident I am not putting my dog at risk. If you have any evidence I am putting my dog at greater risk I will surely look at this evidence, but I did invest a good deal of time researching this before I switched dog food.

> I’m hesitant to even say I’m vegan these days because of how crazy some are about it.

You can still be an awesome vegan without preaching it or letting people online know you are a vegan. You can still advocate and lead by example in real life and make a great impact to the world. I take the same strategy and identify as plant based online, but people in real life know me as vegan. If a online community is constantly causing you negative emotions & stress you need to dip out of that community imo.

u/whuckfistle · 8 pointsr/Chihuahua

My vet recommended Taste of the Wild with salmon for both my 9 year old and my puppy. It has great reviews on Amazon and my dogs (although they aren't picky) love it. If you PM me a mailing address I'd be happy to send a cup or two for your pup to sample. And it's all the same color and shape.

u/meeeeoooowy · 7 pointsr/pics

Haven't done the math...he eats 7 cups of this per day:

Will eat a little less when he is older.

u/xhippieninjax · 6 pointsr/vegan

We used to do Halo for our dachshund. We switched to Natural Balance dog food about 2 years ago. It says vegetarian, but it's actually vegan. Surprise! It was cheaper (per pound) and more accessible for us than Halo. Between three 12-15 lbs dogs it last about 2.5 months for us.

The vet has never had a problem with our dogs diet and all their blood work comes back great! The dogs love it too.

u/the_good_time_mouse · 5 pointsr/vegan

We used Natural Balance until one of our dogs developed an allergy to barley. So, we switched to Nature's Recipe. IMHO, Natural Balance is the better brand.

We also cook up vegetables from the farmer's market (a variety of whatever is in season, around $1 a pound, and not toxic to dogs) boiled with TVP, olive oil. And, sometimes, when we are leaving them with my parents, or it is otherwise inconvenient, we use canned food - from Natural Balance and Nature's Recipe.

Some people may argue with me, but from my discussions vets and vetinary specialists, I wouldn't recommend just kibble alone (vegan or not), for optimum nutrition. The fresh vegetables provide perishable vitamins that your dog won't get elsewhere. Besides, it's ridiculously cheap (>$1lb after the TVP plumps with the cooking water) and very easy to make - I make a two batches every 2-3 weeks, freeze one, and put the pot in the fridge till it's done.

And we also supplement with Taurine and L-Carnitine from - important if your food does not contain it.

There's no need to avoid soy, or corn, for that matter. Corn is usually a 'filler' however - it's just empty calories and a sign that the dog food is skimping.

EDIT: Care to explain the downvote?

u/VeganMinecraft · 5 pointsr/vegan

so happy to see another vegan doggy!! Let us know how it goes in the long run.

Vegetarian dog food has actually been around for a long time and used by people who aren't even vegans because quite a number of dogs have meat sensitivities

u/RedLotusVenom · 5 pointsr/vegan

Taurine is an amino acid (protein) that dogs need more of and it is not found in many non-animal products. There are vegan sources (like seaweed) but it's much easier to just find a food brand that fortifies their food with vegan taurine. V-dog kibble is expensive, but it has glowing reviews and has helped with digestive issues in my own dog and other health problems. He has only been on it about 2 months, but he seems the same as before healthwise so far and really eats it up. Lots of reviews and comments online from people who have fed it to their pup 5+ years with no issues. Could be worth a try.

u/xAIRGUITARISTx · 4 pointsr/husky

What do you guys feed your puppies? I'm looking at this one, but this one looks good too. Neither of them have fish, how important is that? I'm trying to learn as much as I can as quickly as I can.

u/eudaimondaimon · 4 pointsr/vegan

My dog is perfectly healthy (and has been for years) on the vegan dogfood and treats I order online. V-dog is what she eats now and I think it's slightly better than Natural Balance which she was on before.

She actually didn't start off on vegan dog food, but we switched her to it when she started to demonstrate skin allergies to most foods - she'd itch a lot, get bald spots of fur, develop pimple-like sores. But since changing her food her skin and coat have been perfect ever since!

And the vet says she's perfectly healthy (except for a really mild heart murmur which is probably congenital and not because of any food).

u/Datasinc · 4 pointsr/phoenix

I usually order him this cause it's a good value but I don't know what stores would have it. He's not too picky. He's a small/medium breed that's 8 years old. Anything will work. :-)

u/rin_tin_tin · 4 pointsr/vegan

Give the Nature's Recipe a try. Our dogs love it. Mix in some diced carrots or blueberries. You should see benefits in a few weeks. Also, avoid bathing him that can make it worse. Good luck!

u/pawsitivepurrson · 3 pointsr/Pets

I work at a rescue league where the health of animals is highly reguarded. This is always what I push on people to buy for their pets. Everyone who works here uses it. It's highly recommended by our medical staff as well. If you look in the review/comment section of this product you will find a similar situation. Don't be fooled by the price. Wet and dry food diet for dogs is ideal as well. You can always buy a smaller bag for a lower price.

u/NYSenseOfHumor · 3 pointsr/AmStaffPitts

Ask your vet, some dogs (of all ages) have specific needs and your vet would be in the best position to make a recommendation.

If your dog does not have a specific need, then many vets have go-to suggestions.

Until the vet appointment, Orijen is a good (but not-inexpensive) choice. Fromm is a less costly option.

u/cobbb11 · 3 pointsr/DebateAVegan

Been feeding my dog this for 3 years (just as an experiment and if I noticed anything remotely detrimental I would have no problem putting her back on her old food, which was probably just as shitty as most regular dog food is once you find out what's really in it). Just had her yearly vet appointment and the only thing wrong with my yorkie/shih tzu is an eye issue where she can't make her own tears anymore, a very common problem in the breed and not diet-related at all.

So I guess my dog never got your memo that she's an obligate carnivore

u/nektar · 3 pointsr/vegan

My dog (60lbs) eats Natural Balance Vegetarian Formula (vegan) which is a bit cheaper and he does great. He has been on it for a little over a year and has great energy levels despite being 11. He just had some blood work done and all came back within range. I thought about rotating between a few different brands to switch things up, but haven't really put much more thought past it since he seems to enjoy it. I have heard great things about V-Dog however.

Edit: A 28lb bag will last him a little over a month, he eats 1 cup BID (twice a day) along with his joint supplement

u/obikatsu · 3 pointsr/Paleo

We have been feeding our dogs Taste of the Wild for quite some time now, great quality

u/blahblahwordvomit · 3 pointsr/vegetarian

Before you have your dog go vegan/vegetarian check with your vet.

Some dogs, just like some people, will need extra attention after going meat free. Some dogs might also be grain intolerant!

I know natural balance(vet recommended brand) has a vegetarian canned dog food. I've got a chihuahua and she tends to go on hunger strike in the middle of a veg can more than any other variety. Each can usually lasts 4-5 days. Nothing bad happens to her in the short term on the veg food. If anything it's the least hard on her stomach judging from poop quality.

So I mean, you can feed them commercially available dog food that's just as balanced as normal dog food. You might have a dog with grain intolerance which mean these veggie formulas likely won't work out for you, but if you consult with your vet before switching over they can tell you what to look out for.

Edit: Here are some amazon links if you want to read up on this brand or the food.



u/smokeandlights · 3 pointsr/aww

We started giving our dog better food when his coat started thinning. He was a Great Dane, so short haired, and his coat was see through when we fed him Purina One. After a little while on the "good stuff", his coat was back to normal. We took him off of it for a while and the problem returned, so we kept him on it for the rest of his life.

Now, my suggestion is to go to a smaller pet store, not a chain, and explain the amount of food you go through. We were able to get "breeder" food of good quality for about $1/lb. It had higher protein content, etc. We were using a brand called sportmix for a long time, and it served us well.

I'll probably get some hate for this, but: Our vet recommended we stay away from Blue Buffalo. According to him, there was a high correlation of UTIs when dogs STOPPED eating BB. Later on, that exact thing happened to a friend's dog, so I put some credence in what he said.

edit: added a link

u/justahermit · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

/u/radler470 /u/piratesgoyarr /u/RorschachBulldogs we feed the same dog food taste of the wild

u/grimmxsleeper · 2 pointsr/pitbulls

After going through several diets (including vet prescribed) This is what we have settled on. He is still slightly itchy but it is a world of difference from the other diets we have tried. It seems that salmon is a good choice for pits with skin issues. We do this plus apoquel and life is pretty good.

u/jvfricke · 2 pointsr/Dachshund

Ditto Merrick. Get the grain free stuff.

One bag is expensive but if you get this it'll last a mini for literally 3-4 months.

u/qx9650 · 2 pointsr/pitbulls

Definitely. My baby was an itchybull.

This stuff helped a great deal. Here are reasons salmon oil (not just salmon dog food or regular fish oil) can be beneficial. What is her diet? It's pretty easy to switch to a better and grain-free food, and that can go a long way as well. I fed my pibble Wellness Core.

u/lotophagi · 2 pointsr/vizsla

We give our boy the salmon [Taste of the Wild]( He really likes it and it keeps his coat super shiny.

u/court67 · 2 pointsr/dogs

Where are you buying your Fromm from that it's $3/lb?! Just a quick google search yielded quite a few 33lb bags for $45-60. That's still a little over your $1.50/lb budget, but not by too much.

Taste of the Wild is probably your next best bet. Here is the link to a 30lb bag for just under $44. If you have a Costco near you, their Kirklands brand food is also high quality for relatively cheap. I'm not sure if it's grain-free though.

u/micrographia · 2 pointsr/dogs

Got it. Sorry for the knee jerk reaction, without the info that you were taking her from a deceased owner it seemed like just an impulse decision to adopt a difficult breed.

Here we go. When you get the dog, start with a Two Week Shutdown to ensure the smoothest introduction of your dog to their new environment. This is super important and something i WISH I knew about when I adopted my dog.

General Dog Care Checklist from the ASPCA.

The bare necesseities of supplies:

  • Premium-quality dog food. [Taste of the Wild](;amp;ie=UTF8&amp;amp;qid=1485423771&amp;amp;sr=1-4&amp;amp;keywords=dog+food) is very popular for being affordable and high-quality<br />
  • Food dish
  • Water bowl
  • Toys, toys and more toys, including safe chew toys. KONGS are wonderful for keepiing your dog occupied. Fill with wet food or PB, freeze, and give to dog.
  • Brush &amp; comb for grooming, including flea comb. Look into breed specific brushes
  • Collar with license and ID tag
  • Leash, Easy Walk Harness
  • Training crate
  • Dog bed (check Groupon for great deals) or box with warm blanket or towel
  • Dog toothbrush

    I don't have experience with huskies but I have heard over and over how they are a difficult dog to own, and require around 2 hours of intense exercise daily. I found this Breed Discussion which may be informative for you. Do you have a dog park nearby? That would be great if its a fenced in area, because huskies are "escape artists".

    Honestly, like myself, a lot of were quick to jump the gun on you and didn't offer any real help. I would suggest posting a new post with a title like: "Inherited a husky whose owner died, what are some tips and resources I can read to give this dog a great life?". Definitely include that there are no shelters nearby. Are you in the US?

    Hope I helped atleast a bit. If you use the "search" function on this subreddit and search for "husky", you will see users who have "flair" saying that they own a siberian husky. You could PM them and I'm sure they would be more helpful than me. Also try posting in r/siberianhusky/. How old is the dog? Pics?

    Sorry again for the insensitive reply at first. I really wish you luck and if you have any questions I'm happy to help!
u/redyouch · 2 pointsr/vegan

I tried feeding my two dogs the Natural Balance Vegan kibble. They both loved it, but the French Bulldog would have terrible diarrhea. Went back to Chicken &amp; Potato flavor and will eventually consider making them a fresh home-made rice-based food in the future. Unfortunately, don't have enough time to do it right now.

This is probably the best review for that food btw:
&gt;Of course we were concerned when our dog told us he wanted to be Vegan. Where would he get his protein? Would he get enough calcium? Would other dogs think he was strange if he was not eating body parts of other animals? Well, we were so pleased to see that he is thriving on this diet. And you know what? Other dogs accept him just fine. And he seems so pleased that he is reducing his carbon footprint and living a life that is consistent with his highest values.

u/PassionRL · 2 pointsr/siberianhusky

I've been buying this one and happy with it.

u/l3uddha · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Don't buy cheap dog food.

If you're going to buy dog food for your dog, please buy more expensive food. Check the ingredients and make sure it's good. If you wouldn't eat it, why feed it to something you're responsible for?

I try to give my dogs a raw treat every few days. It's really healthy for them!

u/PAPaddy · 2 pointsr/Frenchbulldogs

We use Canidae Grain Free pure Dry Dog Food for our Frenchie pup, 11 weeks old now. we got a 4lb bag from the breeder when we took him home.
He gets a 1/4cup with a tablespoon of Canidae wet formula per meal, three times a day now, doing very well on it. links:

u/AllegedlyNorah · 2 pointsr/Bulldogs

The dog food we fed Luka was Earthborn Holistic Grain Free Coastal Catch. He loved that stuff but it is pricey. Now with Jack, we were looking for something just as good but not as pricey. Believe it or not, after doing a good amount of research, we settled on Rachel Ray Zero Grain, and he loves it. We're on our 3rd bag and he's been doing great, though if we have to we'll go back to the Earthborn and spend that extra money.

We also add 1 raw egg once a week and give him 1 1/2 sardines (packed in WATER) over the course of a couple days mixed in his food. His coat is shiny and we're seeing no signs that he has any internal issues. He's active, happy...and his ears are doing good.

Oh, and he DOESN'T FART. Ever. Seriously.

For his folds, we use Pampers Sensitive wipes. They are perfume free and also restore the skins natural PH. But seriously, I assume most baby wipes would work well since they're made for babies skin. The main thing is to wipe the folds dry after you clean them. We didn't know that when we got Luka. We were just told to make sure we keep the folds clean, which we did daily. We only found out by googling that we had to follow up with drying. The reason I did the research in the first place is because his folds seemed to be red and his face kind of smelled. We found that the smell was coming from his folds...poor guy. Luckily, it didn't last long so his discomfort was not that extensive.

u/CapSteveRogers · 2 pointsr/CFBOffTopic

I switched Stitch immediately to Wellness Core Grain Free Puppy when I first got him. If you do switch, add some pumpkin to it.

Also, the Wellness Core Puppy is a bit expensive, but I figured you'd want the best for your puppy. But there's also Blue Buffalo Grain Free Puppy, which is about $10 cheaper than the Wellness. I've heard great things about both Blue Buffalo and Wellness Core.

u/Vulpyne · 2 pointsr/vegan

It seems like Amazon might ship V-Dog to Amsterdam. It's on their list of global export countries at least:

Whether it as actually practical to do so from a price perspective, I'm not sure.

Vegan Essentials has Ami Dog vegan food and seems to ship internationally.

u/babyheyzeus · 2 pointsr/Mastiff

I feed mine Taste of The Wild he seems to do really well on it and when I tried other dog foods he refused to eat.

u/worskies · 2 pointsr/germanshepherds

This is what I bought.

u/MushroomGoats1 · 2 pointsr/Greyhounds

I feed mine Taste of the Wild. I buy the 30lb bag and it lasts us about a month. We haven't had to provide any supplemental foods and our vet has approved of her diet and how it positively affects her health. We've also noticed that her coat and skin have greatly improved from when she was first adopted which I think has something to do with her improved diet. I can imagine that as she grows older, we'll have to specialize her diet further but for now, she does great with her dry food.

u/furgenhurgen · 1 pointr/Mastiff

We order our dog food from Amazon. I know you don't want to waste time to have it shipped, but it's significantly cheaper online than at Petco. It's called Taste of the Wild. It's grain-free, and that helps with my bulldog's gas problems and its quality keeps the size of poops from being so big. We typically buy the salmon version, but here's the puppy formula which is also grain free.

u/MRBLOODY · 1 pointr/goldenretrievers

I've tried a few over the years. Recently we switched from Science Diet Advanced Fitness to;amp;ref_=pd_bia_nav_t_1

My golden loves the new stuff. LOVES

u/TannerBannerBaker · 1 pointr/goldenretrievers

I give my Golden Wilderness Blue Buffalo Large Breed
Our vet told us grain-free and large breed. So I researched popular choices for Goldens and that's what I found.

u/nandeEbisu · 1 pointr/WTF
u/vomitfreesince83 · 1 pointr/Dogtraining

We're about to switch him to;amp;psc=1. We're getting him off of this since he didn't like it much;amp;psc=1

We also use the dog food that comes in a tube for treats. He's definitely gained some weight in the past couple weeks so I'm trying to cut down on that.

Any brands you recommend?

u/DasHildegarde · 1 pointr/dogs

Normally I would never buy dog food at the grocery store, but we picked up a bag of the Rachel Ray Zero Grain food a ~5 months ago. We were in a huge hurry and needed food for the next morning.

My dog's fur and poops have been so healthy, we've been using it since then. I used to have mine on Blue Buffalo too, but I think this is working better for her. And it's cheaper! We pay $22 for a 14lb bag. If I remember correctly, the Blue Buffalo were feeding ran about $60/30lbs. There are only two flavors at our store, so I just buy one of each at a time, and alternate whenever they run out.

She had been struggling with some horrible allergies, and now her coat is glossy and looks super healthy. She still gets into stuff outside sometimes, but she is doing much better. Again, I normally comb the dog food recommendations online, but after getting this stuff as a fluke, we're pretty hooked. It works really well for us.;amp;dpID=51g9qmgTsJL&amp;amp;dpSrc=sims&amp;amp;preST=_AC_UL100_SR100%2C100_&amp;amp;refRID=1ZNSWM5X7XN44FARYCRQ

u/YvetteHorizon · 1 pointr/dogs

I haven't tried the Purina in your list, but I have two of my own dogs and two foster chihuahuas so I had to start buying an affordable, healthy food with tiny kibble so the chi's can eat it.
I get the Diamond Naturals from Amazon. Good ingredients and around 1.25 per pound (I do that too!). Also check your grocery shelves. My local grocery store has Evolve on sale a LOT and it's good quality and small bites, too. Cesar recently had a buy one get one free coupon stuck onto their bags. See if you can find some.
Eggs are great! Especially see if you have a local person with a few backyard chickens. We buy a dozen brown free-range eggs for 2.00 here.;amp;qid=1512019364&amp;amp;sr=8-3&amp;amp;keywords=diamond+naturals+dog+food&amp;amp;dpPl=1&amp;amp;dpID=51ZLV96i5qL&amp;amp;ref=plSrch

u/whomad1215 · 1 pointr/WiggleButts

I'm in Wisconsin, fromm is great but expensive ($60 for 33lbs), American Premium Natural is another good one that is not quite as expensive ($50 for a 40lb bag). Fish or lamb has worked best, fish if they get gassy.

Sauerkraut is fantastic if they ever get an upset stomach.

On mobile so not formatting the link. Bag of puppy food on amazon.;amp;sr=8-3&amp;amp;pi=SY200_QL40&amp;amp;keywords=fromm+puppy+food&amp;amp;dpPl=1&amp;amp;dpID=41O0WwsSi6L&amp;amp;ref=plSrch

u/mcflufferbits · 1 pointr/vegan

I have been feeding my dog vegan food for the past 5 years. A lot of people who have dogs with allergies also feed them this particular brand and have seen no problems at all. When i asked my vet about it she said the she recommended the same food to dogs with allergies. As a precaution we got a blood test done twice a year and he's incredibly healthy.

What's ironic is many people feed their dogs garbage brands such Iams which is awful for the dog but still criticize a vegan dog diet. As for cats, I believe taurine is required or they'll die so meat is necessary for them.

u/spider_sauce · 1 pointr/funny

Please feed your dog better food. It will pay for itself in lower vet bills!

u/jpbronco · 1 pointr/amazon

I hadn't noticed it before. Seems to be only 5% for my dog's 30# bag of food which is normally $46.

u/World-Wide-Web · 1 pointr/germanshepherds

can't speak to your question, but i do appreciate the spreadsheet!

I feed my dog Taste of the Wild, which gets 4.5 from Dog Food Advisor. A couple of the flavors are 5 and a couple are 4*. Very cost effective at $45 for 30lbs.

u/theryman · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday
u/Stinky_nipple · 1 pointr/husky

Taste of the Wild is about $45 for 30lb bag on Amazon prime. We fed it to our pup before graduating her to their other formulas.

u/goramfed · 1 pointr/samoyeds

Try Fromm That is what the animal shelter used on new dogs because of its track record for being easy to digest. Most dogs can switch in one meal and have normal stool immediately.

I use the green bag adult Fromm for my 2.5 year old. He's been on fromm for 10 months now, not gotten bored or anything.

u/hiyosilver64 · 1 pointr/aww

You are welcome! This is what we feed him:

Taste of the Wild Dry Dog Food, Hi Prairie Canine Formula with Roasted Bison &amp; Venison

We buy it locally but it is available from Amazon too and you can read the comments and more info for it there too if you want:;amp;ie=UTF8&amp;amp;qid=1406745803&amp;amp;sr=1-1&amp;amp;keywords=taste+of+the+wild+grain+free

u/poo-poo · 1 pointr/BostonTerrier

$45 for a 30lb bag Taste of the Wild. Sometimes he gets buffalo breath, but he scarfs this shit down like noone's business. I remember this particular type getting an A or A- on one of those food rating sites, the top ingredients are all meat.

u/linkx2252 · 1 pointr/cavaliers

Both from amazon!

Fidobiotics Good Guts Daily...

Food Wellness CORE Natural Grain Free...

u/exin58 · 1 pointr/pitbulls


Wellness Core and Blue Buffalo Wilderness are also good food.

&gt; Note: The blue buffalo rocky mountain recipe version is crap, so make sure you buy the kind I linked.

For treats I give Petco brand bone strips ($10, lasts a month), double chews, BIXBI jerky, and Dogma Biscuits.

The running theme here is grain free, and made from ingredients that a human could consume. Further, the distribution of protein, carbs and fat is evenly distributed in appropriate ratios.

u/MiniGoober · 1 pointr/dogs

Personally I'd never buy food in general off of Ebay because there are some crazy people out there who could tamper with it or sell unregulated fakes. I order Taste of the Wild off of Amazon. They have the 30 lb salmon variety you're looking at for a few dollars extra than the seller you found. Sure it's a bit more pricy but it'll be delivered straight to your door without having to worry about the seller packing it badly and having it squished or burst open in transit. I've ordered their puppy variety twice already and I've had no problems with my bags arriving on time in one piece; plus their customer service is great so I know that if there ever is an issue, they'll fix it immediately. I'm always skeptical about Ebay sellers purely because you don't know where they obtained their items from or how well they'll pack and ship it, so I recommend buying off of Amazon or waiting for coupons/deals at a local pet supplies store in your area who happens to sell Taste of the Wild.

u/KestrelLowing · 1 pointr/dogs

TOTW is on amazon prime if you've got that.

(I feed the fish variety here)

u/dontcryferguson · 1 pointr/dogs

Yesterday I came across Sportmix Wholesomes dog food that has pretty solid ingredients with a higher kilocalorie content per cup (meaning that you can feed less of it than others foods) for a very reasonable price. Right now it looks like it's $30 for 40lbs of the fish and rice blend (if your pup struggles with chicken). Many reviewers say they've found it very useful for dogs with food sensitivities as they don't blend the proteins and keep them separate.

As for cats, I'm of the camp that any wet food is better than dry for them, so if he eats friskies or fancy feast classics or Sheba, they are all high protein and low carb and obviously high moisture, which cats need more than anything. Fancy Feast Classics and Sheba are also grain-free, at least, and many pet owners with diabetic cats are able to feed these due to the appropriate protein/carb ratio.

Anyway, good luck to you; I hope this helps.

u/CyanideSeashell · 1 pointr/Pets

Check out Taste of the Wild, too. When I switched to a high quality food (rated 6 stars on that site) I found it to be the least expensive. I buy it for $45 on Amazon for a 30 lb bag. (And with Prime, it ships free).

u/rojapa · 1 pointr/Frenchbulldogs

I have my 8 year old frenchie on a grain free all salmon diet and he loves it. I’ve been feeding him this brand for years and have had no issues.

Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream Grain-Free Dry Dog Food with Smoked Salmon 28lb

u/keysersozepgh · 1 pointr/BostonTerrier

I’m starting him out on Canidade Grain Free Puppy Food

*edit - missed a word

u/HelloPanda22 · 0 pointsr/aww

Try this brand before you attempt to make your own recipe. :) It has made a HUGE difference in the staining and allergies of my American Eskimo. I ended up liking the product so much that my cats are on the same brand of food now. It's not too easy to find in stores like Petsmart but I have a local pet shop that recommends and sells them. It's absolutely grain free!