Hey, it's Buddy the handsome hound today. We enjoyed participating in Pillars of Strength on Valentine's Day. It was heartwarming to see so many posts dedicated to KB and K, thanks to the Thundering Herd's dad, floofy helper Khyra and ... Actually those are the only two organizers we can name.
Last month we got to taste test Canidae dog treats in The Three Droolateers. Today I want to tell you about the Canidae food we've been sampling lately. Well, actually we all sampled it, as the photos will attest, but since I'm the "problem child" with food, I'm the one who has been eating the rest of it.
(How do you like our new photo logo under my feet? That's me and our late brother Crystal napping together.)
And sadly so is the bag. Almost finished, I mean. I have been doing well on it which makes Jan happy but it isn't something she can afford to purchase and keep me on. She says my stools aren't as loose as they were. Why would she be happy about that? Oh, yeah, because she has to pick up after me in the yard and on our walks.
The food has things like lamb meal, cracked pearl barley, rice bran, peas, millet, canola and sunflower oils, flaxseed meal, alfalfa meal, cranberries and some things we can't spell or pronounce but they're supposed to help my gut. I'm a dog. All I care is it tastes good.
Jan was really interested in this page because ... well, as I said, I'm her "problem child." : Canidae includes 10 skin and coat conditioners. Balanced Omega-3, -6 and -9 Fatty Acids help to prevent moisture loss from cells that causes flaky, dry skin and coat. EFA’s may also help to avoid skin inflammation, hot spots, hair loss and allergy problems caused by flea bites and repeated licking.
Canidae Pet Food sells cat and dog food. Some are grain free.
Note: Canidae provided a voucher for the bag of food. But we were not paid for this review, nor influenced in what to say.