|This is the old label.|
The new label indicates this food is a Limited Ingredient Diet.
Ingredients:This variety of Nutro is a grain-free food, so there's no corn gluten meal, wheat, or soy. That's good news for dogs with allergies or food sensitivities.
|The variety is marketed as being good for your dog's skin and coat.|
The first five ingredients are: turkey, turkey broth, whole potatoes, turkey liver, and dried potatoes. The turkey used in this formula is U.S. farm-raised and the food is void of artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives. Lastly, this food is formulated with optimal levels of omega-6 fatty acid and zinc, so it's touted as giving your dog healthy skin and a shiny coat.
Usability:This loaf-style food is a bulkier version of a pate. It's not super smooth; it has a little more heft to it due to the whole potatoes. If your dog likes to bite into something more robust than a traditional pate, this might be a good option for him.
|This loaf isn't chunky, but it's not creamy either.|
Cost:When you buy from Chewy, this food is a little more than $2 for each 12.5 ounce can (when bought in a case of 12).
Origin:Made in the United States
Rating:We tried this food on a few different dogs and most ate it. One was indifferent to it and wouldn't eat it as a meal, but would in smaller quantities when I gave it as a snack. This is a good quality canned food, but not every food is going to be a hit with every dog. We certainly think it's worth a try to see what your dog thinks.
We give this food three out of four paws.
Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we received this product for free so we could sample it. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews. Tweet