Wellness Chicken & Sweet Potato Canned Dog Food

Wellness Core Grain Free canned dog food receives the Advisor’s top rating of 5 stars.
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…Sweet Potato Canned Dog Food is such a great healthy dog food. This healthy food for dogs has all the building blocks for a lean, tone body, healthy vision and a strong immune system. Rich in nutrients like protein and beta-carotene, Wellness Whitefish and Sweet Potato Canned Dog food can either be…
The Wellness Core Grain Free product line includes six canned dog foods.
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My dog has been ill for a couple of weeks and also eats Wellness canned food – she has diarrhea, vomiting and lack of appetite – I changed her dry food but now will try changing the wet food too. Thanks for the warning. Going to the vet today. Wellness Turkey & Sweet Potato Canned Dog Food
Photo provided by FlickrThe Wellness Ninety-Five Percent product line lists five canned dog foods.
Photo provided by FlickrJudging by its ingredients alone, Wellness Core 95% looks like an above-average canned dog food.
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Wellness Complete Health is a meat-based canned dog food using a moderate amount of various species as its main sources of animal protein, thus earning the brand 4 stars.Hi Catherine… Wellness Senior is a very good canned dog food. But unfortunately, it contains less protein (meat) than the other products in the line. So, we’re compelled to lower its rating to 3 stars. I wouldn’t stop feeding this food if your dog is doing well on it. Hope this helps.Wellness CORE wet dog food is grain-free, filler-free and packed with premium quality animal protein along with a proprietary blend of botanicals and nutritional supplements to ensure your dog has the nutrition they need to thrive from their CORE. Available in 12.5 oz cansWellness CORE wet dog food is grain-free, filler-free and packed with premium quality animal protein along with a proprietary blend of botanicals and nutritional supplements to ensure your dog has the nutrition they need to thrive from their CORE. Available in 12.5 oz cansI am taking care of an older relative’s dog and may have him for several months. This dog has been fed nothing but cooked chicken, cream cheese and supper-market type dog treats for over 12 years. I now have the dog on canned Hills Prescription Diet i/d that the vet prescribed for stress related Colitis. The Colitis has cleared up so now I want to start him on canned Wellness and healthier treats. Is canned Wellness a complete diet or should I have him on the kibble type Wellness instead. He is not used to eating dry food but does enjoy crunchy healthy dog treats. By the way, his teeth look pretty good for eating soft food most his life.Wellness Core Grain Free is a meat-based canned dog food using a significant amount of various species as its main sources of animal protein, thus earning the brand 5 stars.Wellness Canned Dog Food Formulas are dog food specially formulated to provide your dog with healthful nutrition by using real meat, free of hormones or steroids, as the first ingredient. These canned formulas use sweet potato to provide a natural source of vitamins, minerals, and beta-carotene. Additional wholesome ingredients include barley, carrots, and flaxseed to help round out your dog's nutrition. Best of all, there are no junk ingredients (meat by-products, artificial colors, flavorings, preservatives, or animal fat). Although this is a great food for all dogs, it does not contain ingredients such as corn, soy, or wheat, which also makes this food ideal for dogs that may have food allergies.Thank you so much for this site. I am fostering a cute 10 year old long haired Chihuahua who has been through it. Had cancer and a double mastectomy along with having all but one tooth removed. Her previous owners neglected an infected tooth that spread. They left one as it could have broken her jaw to remove. Anyway the aspca gave me mighty dog to feed her which made her smell horrible, her poop was so wet and stunk something horrible. I always heard her belly making noise and knew it had to be the food. After hours of researching and price checking I decided to try the wellness brand as she refused toeat any more mighty dog. She ababsolutely loves the stews. They are chunky but I mash it with a fork to a pate consistency. Just an fyi to owners who have toothless fur babies, they may sneeze or choke while eating soft food as they tend to accidentally inhale it through their nostrils as they try to lap up their food. So I try and make sure to remove any excess gravy. I alternate between the wellness complete and again she LOVES it! The best part, seh is no longer stinky and her poop has become a little more solid. She is also under weight and has gained half a pound since eating this brand.