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Go! Fit + Free Grain-Free Chicken, Turkey & Trout Recipe Adult Dry Dog Food By Go!

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Go! Fit + Free Grain-Free Chicken, Turkey & Trout Recipe Adult Dry Dog Food

Petcurean is a family owned business, and is still owned by the two people who originally founded the company in 1999. Go! was created to be nutrient-rich and energy packed; a true fitness food for everyday dogs, plus those with special dietary needs. The Go! recipes are prepared with a balanced blend of premium quality protein from chicken, turkey, salmon, duck and trout; plus fruits, veggies and berries such as blueberries, pomegranate and broccoli. All of the meat proteins, grains, cereals, fruits and vegetables in Go! products are sourced from North America. Your dog will get so much more, from eating less.

Key Benefits

  • Grain-free and Gluten-free formula
  • Meat proteins as the first 6 ingredients
  • Complex carbohydrates for quick energy
  • Omega oils for healthy skin and coat
  • Pre and probiotics to aid with digestive health
  • Zero grains, glutens, by-product meals, added growth hormones, artificial preservatives
  • Made in Ontario, Canada!

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Item Number 55374
Special Diet
  • Grain-Free
  • Gluten Free
Form
  • Dry Food
Lifestage
  • Adult
Brand
  • Petcurean
Country of Origin
  • Canada

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Go! Fit + Free Grain-Free Chicken, Turkey & Trout Recipe Adult Dry Dog Food Customer Reviews

Go! Fit + Free Grain-Free Chicken, Turkey & Trout Recipe Adult Dry Dog Food 4.6 5 9 9
Not happy... My dog likes the food alot but I will not order it from your store anymore because this was the second time yall sent me a 25 lb bag that expired within 4 weeks!!!!!!! I can't feed my dog a 25 lb bag in 4 weeks. So I'm sorry but you lost a customer and I won't recommend your store to anyone anymore. February 6, 2014
Better digestion and coat for my dogs My dogs may not be big fans of this product compared to Orijen but they do eat it and that's good enough for me. Plus, they adopted more easily to this. After a cold turkey switch, the stools were solid after only three days. With Orijen it took more than two weeks of gradual change. If they could tolerate Orijen better, I would prefer to switch to Orijen since the kibbles are larger. But this product contains more probiotics, so that probably contributed to the better digestion. February 13, 2014
My German Shepherd Dog likes it. Seems to digest well. No running stools. Acana Grasslands is a good alternative. April 21, 2013
love the food My dogs love the food and eat their entire meal each time. I actually see an improvement in their fur and energy level. A great product for sure! January 13, 2013
Excellent, grain-free dog food! My dog has done great on this product. He truly enjoys his meal times. I like the fact that it has a high protein content, no grains, no artificial flavors or preservatives, and no byproduct meals. My dog has no digestive problems whatsoever. A little pricey, but worth it. July 9, 2014
Cleaning up the bowl I liked the ingredients even though there is fish (trout) in it and my one boy does not like fish but I decided to try it anyway. The kibble is slightly larger than my dogs like so imagine my surprise when both dogs finished every last morsel in almost record time, even the dog who does not like fish. They have eaten it without any problems and are enjoying it. Looking forward to trying another bag and watching the results September 22, 2013
Dogs LOVE It. My two large, mixed-bred dogs love this new food. I started by feeding the recommended amount, but they were still begging for more. That's good news--bad news. Good news is they love it, bad news is they want more and will get fat! I'm really happy with the ingredients and that's why I purchased it to begin with. I will be purchasing the cat food as soon as I finish the old stuff. April 24, 2013
awesome ingrediants My dog loves it. the only other food she will eat is Origen, which has become impossible to find in the 15 lb bags. February 22, 2013
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