Looking to add canned food to my labs kibble. I’m looking for grain free that would be good for a large breed puppy. He’s eating Halo surf and turf kibble. Any suggestions would be great.
If you are looking for canned to add some variety to your pups diet then he will really go for Tripett. It is not a balanced food, so it should be used at a rate of 20% or less of his food, but the calcium/phosphorus ratio of tripe is excellent for large breed puppies.
lovemylab, I don’t think you’ll find a better food than Evangers
Lovemylab, I should clarify, you won’t find a better “Canned” food than Evangers
I’m not so sure I would agree with that. Evangers was caught using a protein source that was not what was on the can. I believe they tested and found they were substituting beef in the cans of duck. They were also caught stealing $2 million worth of electricity, endangering their workers, and forcing their workers to do unpaid overtime. I know those last ones don’t have to do with dog food quality, but they do have to do with whether or not you can trust a company. If Evangers would do all that, they would do anything. They can’t be trusted.
I’m referring to their food. I talked to the people at Evangers, It was an honest labeling mistake.
As far as stealing electricity, I don’t know about that. I still say if your going to feed a canned dog food, Evengers would be hard to beat.lovemylabParticipant
Thanks for the great info! I’ll look into both brands. I’m trying wellness core puppy canned just not sure about the calcium and phosphorus levels, that info is not labeled on the can.
As long as you are using only a little(20% or less of the meal) on top of their kibble and the kibble has balance cal/phos it will be fine.
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