Is Canine Caviar dehydrated raw kibble, a true raw food?
Well….I say no. Anything with kibble in its name is not a true raw food. It may be less processed than other kibbles, but it’s still a somewhat processed food. I’m sure HDM or others will comment soon.
Thank you, Mom2Cavs.
On their web-site, they claim they are a dehydrated raw food. I have a 5 month old Yorkie puppy, and currently feed Nature’s Variety raw, and when we take him to friends or family for a visit, we bring Stella & Chewy’s dehydrated raw patties, and I put warm water on them.
I had wondered if I could do the same with the Canine Caviar.
I used to feed Canine Caviar, and liked it a lot for my dogs at the time. I haven’t fed it since they have their new grain free formulas due to it not being available local. I could order it, but just haven’t. Anyway, I just don’t see how, if it’s an extruded kibble, it can be considered a raw product. Stella & Chewy’s is awesome, though. I think you could use the CC if you want, as I believe it is a good product but I just don’t know if I’d consider it a raw product….?
The Canine Caviar is available to me, but I would have to drive 40 minutes to get it. My puppy loves the Stella & Chewy’s. And it is only a 15 minute drive into town to get it.
I liked the fact that they have a grain free formula.
He loves the Nature’s Variety raw patties, too, but unless I warm them, lightly, he vomits.
And his urine smells horrendous! (He uses potty pads, it is too cold in NW IN to take him outside & I have MS, so walking up & down our deck stairs is not feasible for me.)
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