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Rating: 4.8

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(4.8 out of 5, based on 15 reviews)

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Nelson M.
Rating: 5

Dogs love it

posted 5 years ago

Dogs love this but I find that owners love it more because it is visually pleasing. It literally looks like human food... kind of like Dinty Moore or something. Bottom line is that dogs love this product and the ingredients seem good.

Pros: dogs love the taste

Cons: can be expensive

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Rating: 5

A healthy meal for healthy dogs

posted 6 years ago

My dogs love this stuff.One of my girls gobbles her food in 2 seconds,whereas with other food she would sometimes turn her nose at it and not eat.My 15yr old dog had skin problems when eating another food brand and when I switched her to this those problems went away.

Pros: it has no wheat or by-products

Cons: none

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