Wellness Complete Health Grain Free is a plant-based dry dog food using a moderate amount of fish, chicken or lamb meals as its main sources of animal protein, thus earning the brand 4 stars.
Wellness 95% Lamb Adult Canned Dog Food
The Wellness Complete Health line of products is one of their most varied offerings – it includes both traditional and grain-free options as well as many size- and age-specific formulas. This line of products is designed to provide whole food nutrition to support the everyday health and wellness of dogs in all life stages. Complete Health foods offer the ideal balance of protein, fat, and carbohydrate plus they are made with fresh meats, whole grains, and healthy supplements like probiotics, omega fatty acids, and antioxidants. The Complete Health Grain-Free product line includes three dry food recipes made with chicken, lamb, or fish. Instead of grains, these recipes feature potatoes, peas, and chickpeas as the primary sources for dietary fiber and essential vitamins and minerals.
Wellness Complete Health Lamb Canned Dog Food | treatsunleashed
Hi everyone! I switched from Natural Balance Grain free to Wellness TruFood a few months ago and have been very pleased. My 4 year old Maltese and my 8 month old Tibetan Spaniel both LOVE the Lamb and Turkey. The kibble is small and easy for them to eat. I top it with shaved FreshPet Vital (grain free) Beef and Bison, which I have always done for them and they absolutely LOVE the combination! Hopefully, unlike so many others (most recently Merrick) they will not sell out or out source or change the formula! 😉 I have changed foods several times in the past 4 years because of sell outs and the like, I’d like to stick to something good for them, reasonably priced (as in not as pricey as Acana) and that they like. 🙂 When I was looking into the switch originally, I had looked into Earthborne as well but Wellness came out with the TruFood and I am glad I chose it instead. My granddog is also on the Wellness Grain Free Weight Control formula and she loves it!
Wellness Super 5 Mix Complete Health Lamb Dog Food 6 lb
Hi My male neutered doxie is 12 lbs overweight. I have switched his diet from BARF to Wellness Core Low Fat dry dog food. I also bought the lamb 95 percent as a topper. Does anyone know if this topper would hurt or prevent him from losing weight?REALLY hoping I can alternate the Wellness stews (all are 4% fat) with Wellness Simple (the 5% fat salmon; lamb is too high at 8% fat) for my 15 1/2 year-old terrier mix. Buddy is obviously part schnauzer and has developed a chronic “smoldering” pancreatitis along with some renal failure over the past year. I have him on 250mg Flagyl twice a day and Pepcid twice a day. He mainly has some intermittent bouts of diarrhea. Thankfully the vet gave me some Lomotil to use as needed. That stuff works great! ;0) Now if I can just figure out what foods to feed him as he was not a fan of boiled chicken breast and rice or the Rx dog food (you know, the crappy ingredients dog food? How vets can sell that stuff and say its good for the animals is kind of beyond me.)