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Simply Nourish, Weruva, or Merrick
Canned food is better than kibble. It is less processed and has more protein and fewer carbohydrates. Canned food also has fewer preservatives.
Simply Nourish, Weruva, Castor and Pollux, Merrick, Whole Earth Farms
I don’t think anyone can consider Tiki dog food to be budget-friendly. On Chewy.com, the cheapest case of 14 oz. cans is 41.99.
Who wants to pay for moisture when you can be purchasing protein??
Forgot to mention that Simply Nourish Tuna and Salmon has more protein than Jammin’ Salmon!
I am comparing Simply Nourish Tuna and Salmon Stew with Weruva Jammin’ Salmon which I have ordered from Chewy in the past. I do not buy the Simply Nourish bisques (which for some reason cost more–2.39 a can) because they are too “soupy”. And that is somewhat like Jammin’ Salmon, because it has a higher moisture content than SN Tuna and Salmon Stew. Simply Nourish just upped their price on the stews to 2.25 instead of the 2.00 per can that I had purchased in the past–:(. But putting the two foods side by side in a dish–the Simply Nourish Stews look much higher in quality. And since I am feeding a 6 pound toy fox terrier, a 10 oz. can is fine!
I like Weruva also, but if you try Simply Nourish canned stews you will get the same amount of protein for less money. I think it looks even better than Weruva.
Simply Nourish Dog Food Canned
Thanks for the info Pugmom! I’m going to buy some Epigen and Weruva.
Pugmomsandy–Do you buy the Epigen kibble over the internet? Which one do you feed? Do you “top” the Epigen with the Weruva?
I currently feed my toy fox terrier twice a day–One tablespoon of Premium Edge and One tablespoon of canned Dogswell Happy Hips as a “topper”. In the past I have fed EVO, but it was recalled. I have also fed Wellness Core Reduced Fat. Will look into Annamaet’s lean. It doesn’t take much food for a 6.4 lb. dog, so I want to feed the best. She should probably weigh around 5.5 pounds. Thanks for responding.