I have been using this kibble for my four hairless dogs for about four months. I was shocked when I found a 1/2 inch sharp object protruding from a kibble. It appears to be a bone fragment and is sharp like a toothpick. My little dogs could have been injured biting into this or swallowing it. I sent Acana an email but no response. Has anyone else had this issue?MelissaandcrewMember
No and I use a lot of the grassland. Call them!CaseMember
Please refer to Rule 24 on the first edition of the Rules of the Internet.
Case: What does Rule 24 have to do with this topic. I thought this was a friendly forum.CyndiMember
This IS a friendly forum Anna. I have no clue what Case meant by that…
Did you ever hear back from Acana on that issue with the kibble?
No. I sent them an email since I am at work, but I will call them. I am researching a new food. Looking at Merrick’s right now. My dogs were doing really good on Acana though.CaseMember
That was a failed attemp to simultaneously use humor and request photographs.
Case: I don’t know how to post photos. Sorry I misunderstood your post – I’m not a regular forum user.TinaMember
My dog was recently on Wellness Simple Salmon and Potato both dry and wet but what I found shocked me. There were pieces of bone in both the dry and wet food, some of the pieces were really big. In the past my dog has tried Wellness Complete Health Adult Whitefish and Sweet Potato dry and wet. As I went through the bag, after my dogs major vet bill, I found pieces of bone in there as well. I called the company and they denied the whole thing and told me to just switch flavors if my dog didn’t like it. No I don’t have any photographic evidence as of now but here is a video that I found;Lynn JMember
We just started a new bag of Acana Grasslands. So far it looks fine, but I’ll double check it each time I feed.
I just bought a bag of Merrick Lamb and Sweet Potato grain free to try. Its made in Texas where I live and seems to have great reviews here. Time will tell.
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