I hear there is a new dry food out by Trippet. What do you know about it? I cannot seem to find it where I live.theBCnutMember
I’ll boost this up, in case someone else has heard anything, but I haven’t heard anything about it.Joanne RMember
The new dry is under the name Petkind and it is green tripe dry. I have started feeding it to my 1 year old golden and she is doing very well on it. There is lamb, beef, salmon, and bison. Al are grain free and made from ingredients from Canada and the U.S. except for the quinoa which comes from Peru.
I’ve looked at it before (on their website), but never tried to find it in the store or online because it contains ingredients my sensitive pup cannot have. I think it looks great.
Can i ask where you located the dry version?
Can’t seem to locate it on some of the online sites.
I aways heard from members on this site how good & stinky the canned tripe was for the kids. never could bring myself to get a can, I may for my puppy, but sounds like the dry may work better.
Thank you again DF for kindly providing the link to the websiteJoanne RMember
I live in the Montreal area and I get it at the pet food store close to where I live. Where are you located?
I used their product locator last night and couldn’t find it in any stores near me and I’m in the Chicago area. I also couldn’t find it on any websites that ship to the US. It’s a new product and is made in Canada, so I suspect maybe it’ll be a while before it’s available here.
I am in the US -so no luck for us down here yet.
I thought I might have missed some sites that had it, all sites only showed the canned.
I agree, seem a possible candidate for my Millie, i don’t think I have the stomach to open the canned variety & their breadth after eating it must be bad.
I use raw tripe from MPC. It truly smells like dirty socks. It’s really not horrible though.NaturellaMember
I SO wish I could get that in GA!!! :/
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