BEAVERDAM PET FOOD Hi-Protein 27/12 Dry Dog Food, 20-lb bag - Chewy.com

Beaverdam Pet Food Hi-Protein 27/12 Dry Dog Food

By Beaverdam Pet Food
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  • Gluten-free premium kibble is packed with protein from chicken and pork to support active muscles.
  • Higher in protein and lower in carbs so it’s great for overweight dogs, with plenty of nutrients fit for active and senior dogs who can also use the nutrition boost.
  • Only all-natural ingredients with no corn, wheat, soy, artificial preservatives, dyes, colors, flavors or by-products.
  • Good source of selenium to support a healthy immune system, plus prebiotics, probiotics, chicory and yucca for digestive health, and glucosamine and chondroitin for healthy joints.
  • Proudly sourced and manufactured locally in the USA by a family-owned and operated company.

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14 Customer Questions


Are the proteins in this dog food sourced in the US?
Answer by LolaGJan 19, 2023
All of Beaverdam Pet Food ingredients are made in the USA from ingredients sourced in the USA.

What percent of protein in this food comes from animal sources?
Answer by ChewyOct 12, 2018
The protein content derived from animal meat is 78.0%.

I have a over weight lab and a pitbull that needs more protein is this food good for both dogs?
Answer by ChewyMay 22, 2019
This food is higher in protein and lower in carbs so it’s great for overweight dogs, with plenty of nutrients fit for active and senior dogs who can also use the nutrition boost.

How many cups per day for a 125lb dog? How many cups are in a 40lb bag?
Answer by ChewyNov 21, 2018
A 125 Pound dog would require 6 cups of kibble daily. The 20 Pound bag contains approximately 80 cups of kibble and the 40 Pound bag contains approximately 160 cups of kibble.


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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By HeidiM on Nov 27, 2022

feeding Beaverdam for years

We have been feeding Beaverdam to our dogs for years. We got a sample bag when we adopted our old Labrador from the shelter when she was a puppy and fed it to her and every dog since. She has since passed away (almost 12 years old, ate it with gusto until the day she passed away). My two rescues i have now eat Beaverdam. They both have skin issues and in days of transitioning my newest boy to Beaverdam food, already his itching is less, the sore patches are healing and big boys coat is softer and shinier. I always recommend Beaverdam when people ask me what I feed to keep my dogs looking so healthy and shiny. Good, quality food, affordable and it is local, well, to me anyway.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By gobears on Nov 15, 2022

Best affordable food

We have been on quite the food journey with our dogs, trying nearly every premium brand and price point you can imagine to get firm stool out of our pup. Natures logic was the best choice we found, but once we got an another dog and were going through 6-8 cups a day of premium dog food, we started looking for other options. I started searching for what I believe is the formula for firm stool (for my pup at least): meat meal as the first ingredient rather than the actual meat, and millet as a primary grain. I had never heard of Beaverdam before but thankfully I found it. I was immediately impressed by the quality of ingredients at the given price point and decided to try it. I think we finally have found our dog food. After transitioning both our pups have firm stools and have had absolutely no issues with the food.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Spazzie on Sep 19, 2022

Love this dog food!

I originally found this in the grocery store while looking for a better quality dog food. It is specifically made for dogs that are not super active, they offer a few blends based on activity, age. My dog is a hog, so he will eat anything. I like the smaller pieces and his poops are solid, this is unusual for him. I also like the higher protein to keep down his weight as he has issues with his ACLs. It seems to be a premium product with a slightly lower price point. Definitely recommend.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Bob1 on Dec 2, 2022

Great Food

My dog loves the food. Shipping was fast and easy. Pleasant experience overall


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Sophi on Sep 17, 2021

3/4 dogs stopped eating

Our dogs transitioned fine but a little over a month after they completed the transition 3 out of our 4 dogs stopped eating and were leaving their bowls almost completely full which has never happened. They are usually really good about eating so looks like we will be switching to a different formulation


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By ShepMom on Jul 3, 2021

Excellent start!

I am only a few days into feeding, so I cannot confidently vouch for the results I would like to see... however this is being fed to 3 of my German Shepherds. My 10 month old male transitioned beautifully- and he typically has horrible runs during transition periods. He also has a "fuller" "thicker" look to him- huge bonus! He does not look thin anymore, given the same amount of food as he was the other vet recommended brand. I'll be honest, I was prompted to make a switch when I had to wet down a dogs food, and it sat longer than I intended. I had not realized how much corn was in that (vet recommended) brand. I opted to put part of my pack on beaverdam, and see what I thought. I've canceled my other auto-ships as I still have 100lbs of the other food on hand, and plan to transition the rest of the dogs over if I continue to like what I'm seeing. I typically like having a 45 day supply of dog food on hand at all times, that way if there is a recall (has not happened yet), I have likely not reached the recalled batch. I will surely repost another review in a month or so- but as of right now, I'm only seeing great things... oh- and smaller poo piles (huge bonus!).


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Della on Aug 16, 2021

Great prices!

They are very helpful anytime I have had to call them. Their prices are fantastic. I would definitely recommend Chewy.com!


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Olivia on Mar 21, 2021

Kibble size TOO SMALL for 60 lbs dog

Shipping was fast, smell is great, my dog went nuts! He's a 60 pounds lab+shepherd mix. He's been losing some muscle so I decided to try something with high protein. He loves the taste and the price seems pretty reasonable for the size (40 lbs). I only took a point off because the kibble size is a bit too small for bigger dogs like him. He almost drinks the food without chewing it, which concerns me. For smaller dogs I definitely recommend this food, and if you have bigger dogs try getting one of those slow eating bowls.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Tara on Jan 25, 2021

Helped with our dog’s yeast infection!

My pup has had horrible itchiness for years. I have tried tons of different foods, including Purina ProPlan Sensitive skin. It didn’t help. After my dog was in really tough shape, and I was sick of Apoquel, we got the Cytopoint shot and decided to address what the issue really was- a yeast infection. Our vet has never really helped us find a solution or even said it is a yeast infection, but the symptoms are there. Vet after vet just keeps saying environmental allergies- like that is just something we will always deal with. I’m sure they make a lot of money off of pills and shots, but when I asked that she be tested, they did find some yeast. They still don’t think that is the issue, but I have done some research and have found that all the grains/carbs in dog food can cause an imbalance. I, therefore, started buying dog food that doesn’t have potatoes, corn, tapioca, and other fillers. Dog treats are packed full of bad stuff too. At first, we spent a fortune on Farmina, and it didn’t seem to agree with her stomach although it did help get the yeast infection under control. We then switched to Beaverdam High Protein, and she isn’t itching hardly at all. This food has great ingredients and really seems to make a huge difference!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Yoopergal227 on Nov 6, 2020

Highly recommend.

I recently switched to Beaverdam dog food for my 2 3-year old Golden Retrievers. While I admit, I was first attracted to the lower price and big 40 pound bag (as opposed to the 28 to 35 pound bags that their other food came in), I checked with Dog Food Advisor and was pleased to see that Beaverdam Dog Food receives the Advisor’s second highest-tier rating of 4.5 stars.. It is not Grain Free, but contains No Corn, No Wheat, No Soy and is Gluten Free. It also contains No By-Products No artificial coloring, Flavoring, or Preservatives. It does contain Pre-Biotic / Pro-Biotic (four digestive aid), and Glucosamine & Chondroitin. Also it is made in the USA , and has had NO RECALLS. Ever. Oh, and the huge plastic sort of bag makes a great bag to haul returnable cans and bottles to the store in, or makes a great trash bag. My dogs love the food, ( which really is the important thing), transitioned to it easily, their poop remained firm ( easier to pick up) with no "food transitional diarrhea". Highly recommend.