Veterinarians frequently advise wet dog food as a supplement for puppies’ diets, as it is easier for them to chew than dry food and contains more liquid content. When purchasing wet food for your puppy or adult dog, make sure it includes quality ingredients for optimal nutrition and balance in its composition.
Farmers Dog works closely with veterinarians to develop recipes tailored specifically to each dog based on size, activity level and medical history.
Hill’s Science Diet Adult Healthy Cuisine Roasted Chicken & Carrots & Spinach Stew
Give your adult dog the nutrition he or she needs with Hill’s Science Diet Adult Healthy Cuisine Roasted Chicken, Carrots & Spinach Stew canned dog food. Crafted using real roasted chicken, carrots and spinach as the primary ingredients in this savory stew that’s slow-cooked for optimal nutrient absorption, your adult dog is sure to benefit from this tasty meal!
This wet dog food features high-quality chicken protein for lean muscles, natural prebiotic fiber to promote digestive health, and antioxidants to boost immunity – plus no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives!
Every time you purchase canned dog food from Hill’s Pet Nutrition, you are helping fund their initiatives relating to pet nutrition – such as annual quality systems audits and daily safety checks of manufacturing facilities – as well as working with shelters so more pets find loving homes.
Fromm Chicken & Sweet Potato Pate
This delicious and nutritious canned food features velvety bites of finely minced American-raised chicken cooked in chicken broth with sweet potatoes, lentils, and carrots for a complete and balanced grain-free recipe that’s ideal for dogs of all ages, life stages, sizes.
This Fromm recipe begins with chicken, an easily digestible source of protein. Next comes chicken liver – an organ meat full of essential vitamins and minerals – before moving on to dried egg product which adds both flavor and moisture. Lastly, this dish includes chelated minerals for even greater absorption by your body!
This Fromm recipe is free from grains, corn, wheat and soy – perfect for dogs with sensitivities or allergies – as well as artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.
Beyond Wet Dog Food
Introduce your pup to food that resembles what they would find in nature with this grain-free wet food, made from high-protein real beef as the main ingredient, with other nutritious organ meats such as livers and organ meat supplements and vegetables such as green beans and potatoes as add-ins.
The next ingredient is broth, which typically adds both flavor and moisture to canned food products. Liver is another essential source of nutrients including proteins, vitamins, and minerals while potatoes and green beans add fiber-rich vegetables as accents in this dish.
Carrageenan, a natural thickening agent derived from seaweed, may cause some controversy and should be avoided if possible. Furthermore, this recipe includes sodium selenite as an unregulated form of selenium mineralization.
Canidae Pure Grain-Free Chicken Recipe
Canidae Pure Grain-Free Chicken Recipe provides your pet with a balanced meal designed with her health and wellbeing in mind. It features only high quality ingredients like bison, wild boar and duck plus sweet potatoes and other quality plant-based sources – and is free from corn, wheat and soy as well as offering joint support through glucosamine and chondroitin!
This recipe is free from grains that may be hard for some pets to digest and it contains low calorie counts to promote weight control. We see other whole food like lentils, sun-cured alfalfa and garbanzo beans which add protein and fiber, along with vitamin and mineral enrichments like zinc and potassium.
Pedigree Choice Cuts in Gravy with Beef
This delicious wet dog food features succulent cuts of real beef in a mouthwatering gravy sauce to leave tails wagging at mealtime! Plus, its highly digestible formulation ensures maximum nutritional absorption so your pup gets maximum benefit out of each bite!
Wheat gluten, the rubbery residue left after wheat has had its starchy carbohydrates extracted, is another controversial ingredient with high amounts of protein but low essential amino acid levels for dogs.
Final Ingredients of Food Product. Peas are an excellent source of fiber and protein; however, they don’t compare to meat-based proteins when it comes to quality. Furthermore, this food product also contains anonymous meat ingredients which tend to have subpar quality ingredients added.