Friday, 22 January 2016

Product Review : CANIDAE PURE elements dry dog food


CANIDAE kindly contacted us to see if we would like to review some of their dog food products. Of course we both jumped at chance (especially Lottie). 

Who are CANIDAE ?

PURE Elements Fresh Lamb on the right and PURE Foundations Puppy Formula on the left 

CANIDAE Natural Pet Food Company started out as a family owned company, and they still are today. They are one of the last, true independent companies making pet food—and will continue to be so. CANIDAE pet foods are proudly made in the U.S.A. at their own Ethos Pet Nutrition Research & Development Center in Brownwood, Texas. CANIDAE produce a range of dog food both dry and canned as well as treats, along with a cat version for those feline friends in your life. 


About CANIDAE products



CANIDAE offer two varieties of dry dog food, the first been their Life Stage Dry Dog food for Puppies Adults and Seniors, which is a formula that can be fed to puppies, adults and senior dogs - making mealtimes with multiple dogs much easier!

PURE Elements Fresh Lamb
There second variety is the variety we received for review. The
Grain Free PURE Dry Dog Food comes in a variety of nutritious formulas—all made with only 7-10 key ingredients. Every recipe features fresh meat or fish first, complimented by whole foods like sweet potatoes, chickpeas, and peas. In addition, every bite of kibble features their unique HealthPLUS Solutions™ with
guaranteed levels of probiotics, antioxidants, and omega 6&3 in every bite. These simple recipes are perfect for dogs with or without food sensitivities.They only use quality ingredients that are thoroughly tested. CANIDAE’s products do not contain any grains, vegetable protein concentrates, starches or pomace, and are free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives, which is brilliant as I am definitely against giving grain product to dogs they also never uses corn, wheat, soy, antibiotics, hormones, or fillers in its foods. Cooking in small batches enables them to ensure the best nutrition and taste.



PURE Foundations Puppy Formula 
They also sent us the puppy variety, which is the same recipe with smaller piece ideal for those little mouths. They do a range of varieties from fresh chicken to fresh wild boar, so there is bound to be something to entice you pooches taste buds




Our Verdict.. 
As Lottie is a Westie I am quite wary about changing her food suddenly as it can upset Lottie skin. although for any dog you should never change there make of food immediately as it can upset their tummy. It is always best to change it gradually over 7 to 10 days. However, I did add a little CANIDAE PURE elements with fresh lamb to her usually food as well as using it for training treats. Needless to say it went down brilliantly. Lottie loved it. She took to it really quickly and even choose to eat it over her normal food. Cheeky monkey! She was just as keen on the puppy variety which also went down a storm. The only bad thing (well not really bad) more of a suggestion is that the bags are not resealable. I do have a food container for Lottie's food but for an owner that hasn't, having a resealable bag would be very handy. We would highly recommended CANIDAE PURE elements dog food, not only does it use the best ingredients, but it is reasonable priced at £12.99 for 1.8kg bag and £59.99 for a 10.8kg bag for the CANIDAE PURE element fresh lamb variety. They also offer a money back gurattenee where if you dog doesn't love it they will give your money back, so whats to lose? 


YUM! 

Adding a small amount to her normal food. 
YUM! 

Love Jessica and Lottie xx

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