|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Chicken, Chicken By-Products (organs only, source of arginine)...||Chicken, Chicken By-Products (organs only, source of arginine)...||Deboned Chicken, Chicken Meal, White Rice...||Chicken Meal, Brown Rice, Dried Egg...||Chicken Meal, Ground Corn, Ground Barley...|
|Health Feature||Digestive Health, Immune Support, Skin & Coat Health||Digestive Health, Immune Support, Skin & Coat Health||Brain Health, Immune Support, Vitamins & Minerals||Digestive Health||Immune Support, Vitamins & Minerals|
|Special Diet||With Grain||Gluten Free, With Grain||No Corn No Wheat No Soy, With Grain||With Grain||High-Protein, With Grain|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Large Breeds|
|Food Flavor||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Seafood & Fish, Chicken||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Chicken|
|Food Form||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food|
We adopted an 8 week old GSD/pit bull, and were dealing with soft serve at best. She only had solid stool for chicken and rice, no matter what puppy food we switched to until BilJac. She's completely off the chicken and rice now, and has had no more issues. The only downside is the cat tries to steal the kibbles, and won't leave her alone when she eats. Some things to keep in mind- *These are not the hard crunchy kibble you are used to. These are a crumbly, almost freeze-dried texture. *"By-products" are listed in the ingredients. Organ meats are very nutritious, but are still considered by-products when listing ingredients. *Watch your pup's weight while feeding this food, and adjust accordingly. If I remember correctly, weight gain is pretty common with BilJac. Happy pooping!
I originally was going to get a different brand that was recommended for for my pit because he couldn’t keep weight on him like at all we’d switch brands too many times for my liking and ironically a brand rep was in the store although I thought he was just trying to sell me stuff he was right and even my cockapoo loves it and she’s a picky eater I recommend this to everyone now
Thank you so much for making the amazing food my 6 month old American bully can eat and love
After trying a couple other brands, one my lab mix refused to eat after 2 bags and one that gave him gas and runny stools, we found Bil-Jac. We are now on our 4th bag, his stool was back to normal almost immediately and so far he seems to enjoy it. It does have an odd shape and strong smell, but otherwise we haven't had any issues. I also like the company's history with recalls, very good option for puppies!
Finally! My super-finicky 10-month-old was originally eating Blue, got tired of it, went to Wellness, which was not a winner, tried Blue Wilderness, tried toppers, tried different canned foods, tried everything I could think of and nothing persuaded her to eat. I'm almost afraid to leave this review because I don't want to jinx it, but this food? Rosalie approves! Even one of the cats will take a few bites when he gets the chance! Bil-Jac is a definite winner.
My mini bernedoodle LOVES this. Normally he eats a few bites of dog food throughout the day but he comes running every time the feeder starts now.
Very friendly and helpful when I call to change order, my order is always on time. Thanks
After several years working in vet med, even under a canine nutritionist for a while, this food has done the best by my dogs. I have sighthounds- keeping weight on them is tricky sometimes, and Bil-Jac does the trick. I feel like I've tried almost everything and this is what I will recommend from here on out.
We've always fed bil-jac we used to use the original recipe but can no longer find it anywhere not even online to be shipped to my home it was truly the best food had to keep it cold but that was never a problem. This dry version isn't bad and has more convenient use because no refrigerator is needed we had Shar-peis so bil-jac is one of the few soy free foods they can eat. I just kept feeding all my dogs that because of habit have never had coat issues or stomach problems nothing I have always gotten compliments on my dogs coats and eyes things most people don't notice about others dogs. First thing they see about mine that soy in the other foods is what makes dogs sick. I've never seen any dog out looking for soy to eat on there own it's not something that belongs in a diet for a carnivore. They need meats a little vegetables is OK but soy is not. It changes hormones in humans certainly not feeding that to my dog and have always found food without it for my cats too.
I have a Boxer Shepherd cross who at first ate the new food, but after a week stopped eating it all together. She also developed a possible allergic reaction to the new food after eating it for about 2-3 days. She developed a red sore (from licking) on the side of her front foot. Also, she likes her food with a little water, but when you add water to this food it dissolves to mush...not very appetizing for the pup.