Elimination diet - she loves it
My Labrador was understandably not impressed with Purina HA alone on an elimination diet to identify what she may be allergic too. I’ve added this as single protein wet food to her hypoallergenic kibble and she wolfs it down. She also loves it on her licky mat while her treats are limited.
A renal food that doesn't taste like it
Finally a renal wet food that tastes normal, my 15 year old dog eats it with gusto! I have stocked up!
Great for allergic fussy eater
This food saved my dog's life. She is extremely allergic to chicken, beef and turkey and refused the hypoallergenic kibble prescribed by the vet. Thankfully she does well on this single kangaroo protein. Her coat is glossy and she gets lots of compliments, and more importantly the food doesn't annoy her digestive tract.
Dora, who has low appetite and kidney failure, enjoyed it and eats very gladly
We have had to put our 15 yr old staffy cross on renal food. Our vet warned that it’s usually bland and tasteless and we may struggle to get her to eat. This filled me with dread as being so old and fussy losing weight can be an incredibly Slippery slope. However, she’s eating better now than in years! Food smells appetising and coupled with the dry food of this brand I wouldn’t use anything else. An absolute find!
Very well accepted
My 11 year old Breton Mix eats this mixed in with her dry food and enjoys her meals. Even though her kidney values are slightly higher she hasn't lot her appetite yet... The value for money is great too, as is always the case with Zooplus
My dog eats very little and reluctantly, but since I've been giving him this he has more appetite, eats it well and the food smells good.
I was a little skeptical regarding the acceptance, but I decided to give it a go. And it's been very well received.
So glad I found this
This is the only renal wet food my shih tzu with kidney failure will eat. He has to eat grain free and after trying numerous brands he will only touch this and Integra protect dry kibble. A little pricier than other foods but 100% worth it to see him eat and enjoy it.
My greyhound loved it, I wasn't so keen though (not that I was eating it). It made him loose and also at the bottom of the tin there was always a thick layer of what looked like white fat.
My 15 year old dog was recently diagnosed with renal insufficiency, so I decided to try out a few different brands, none of which were successful, even though I was very careful during the transition. She weakened in just a few days With this brand which seems more appetising than the others, she has found her appetite again and looks forward to each and every bowl! It's still important to transition slowly and carefully.