About Chicken Soup
Where Healthy Begins
Pets bring so much to our lives, filling our homes with happiness and warmth every day. That’s why Chicken Soup for the Soul makes delicious, complete and balanced food using premium ingredients—because every furbaby deserves a belly filled with nutritious goodness!
The Name You Know and Trust
Chicken Soup for the Soul has been helping pets eat well for more than 15 years. They’re trusted because they’ve pursued the same mission for all that time: making wholesome foods that enrich the lives of pets as much as they enrich ours. Feed your furry friend a high-quality diet for years of health and happiness.
Holistic Nutrition for Your BFF
All Chicken Soup for the Soul Classic Life Stage recipes are prepared with real chicken and turkey as the top ingredients, with wholesome grains, fruits, veggies and herbs to provide nourishment, naturally. They never use any by-product meals, corn, wheat or soy in their wet or dry formulas and would never add artificial flavors, colors or preservatives to your best buddy’s dinner.
Proven Ingredients Provide Proven Benefits
HEALTHY SKIN & COAT
Guaranteed omega 3 & 6 fatty acids
Prebiotic fiber from dried chicory root
Antioxidants and superfoods like apples & blueberries
Real animal proteins
Healthy, Wholesome Ingredients
Wholesome ingredients make for better meals. All Chicken Soup recipes start with real meat for muscle-building protein and healthy grains for stamina and endurance. Ingredients like cranberries, blueberries, carrots and flaxseed provide the antioxidants, vitamins and healthy fiber necessary for vitality and health. And because your dog’s diet should be as true as the bond you share, you won’t find any artificial ingredients in these recipes!
About Chicken Soup for the Soul Pet
Chicken Soup for the Soul believes that all pets deserve to eat well, which is why they have dedicated themselves to that cause for over 15 years. They make super-premium wet food, dry food and treats for pets using only wholesome ingredients and lots of love. Their Fill-a-Bowl…Feed-a-Soul program launched in 2016 in association with American Humane and uses a portion of all proceeds to help provide over a million meals to shelter pets each year.
I've never had to put my pets on a diet before but we think my cat has a tendency to be overweight, even with his raw diet, so we put him on this and he has lost 2 pounds since I bought it and is looking a lot slender. When I have the time I'm going to need to re-calculate this raw feeding, but I don't mind having a canned food along as well. I can't believe what the reviews say, although I wish it was a different flavor besides fish because fish is not natural and it causes some animals upset stomachs. This has been working for my kitty. I'm going to look for something chicken based.
They sniff, and walk away. A couple of them make movements with their paws that suggest they are covering it up. This used to be good, but not anymore. Did they change the recepie?
My cats had been eating Chicken Soup for the Soul, Pate, Chicken & Salmon recipe. At reorder time Chewy was out of this product so they substituted Ocean Fish, Chicken & Turkey recipe. My cats ate it like it was their favorite food.
My cat took a few bites and walked away. We tried again a few days later and same thing unfortunately .
As I have 2 senior cats, who are overweight and Chewy was out of the regular brand I feed them, I tried this. We tried one can. They normally tear into their soft food ravenously but took one whiff and walked away. I let it sit there all day, figuring they would get hungry enough, but they didn't touch it. I donated the rest of the case to the local animal shelter.
I picked this wet food because it contain low ash 2.3. Low ash is important for cats. One cat likes it, one will eat sometimes.
Unfortunately, my cat was not one bit interested in eating this. Couldn't talk her into it no matter how long she had to wait with no other food alternative. Finally had to give up.
Unfortunately my 2 senior cats didnt like it. I have tried so many and thought this might be the one.
I purchased this thinking it was a case of smaller cans; I didn't pay too much attention and received a case of full 5-6 ounce cans. Would have been fine if my cats like it but it just was not a good looking pate. Cats certainly didn't like it. I donated it to my friend who rescues and sterilizes alley cats. She's got a garage full of cats looking for barn homes. They might like it!
It smells fishy but my cats say YES. As a pate can food, it does its job. Usually, the food is good or bad to them I'll know that very quick. You can tell "like" or "dislike" by looking on their plate :)