Rated 5 out of 5 by CharliesCrew Great for sensitive tummy, it must really taste great too!
Our 13 year old schnoodle has always had a sensitive tummy, but this year developed a bad case of pancreatitis and dehydration. After a stay at the emergency clinic we brought him home with prescription Purina (regular) EN and he did very well with that, but we wanted to get a good healthy low fat dry kibble to mix with wet food, this is it!!
We are doing pretty good now with the Annamaet Grain-Free Lean dry along with Purina Naturals EN as topper. Charlie really likes the Annamaet, even as a treat. He's lost a little weight too.
August 22, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sheltiemama 5 Star Food...
I have used the food before, I now know it triggers allergies in my male Shetland Sheepdog. Won't be able to continue with thiss particular brand. Its an excellent food, nutritionally sound, great for weight management. I would highhly recommend it
August 20, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by LilytF Diabetic dog
I purchased this product after researching a few high quality foods recommended for diabetic dogs. This food fit her needs due to low fat and also low fiber which she needed due to weight loss. She has been eating it for two weeks; gradually switching from Royal Canin glycobalance which had too much fiber for her. I am pleased so far as it has not upset her sometimes sensitive stomach, her blood glucose is beginning to be in a desired range (may be unrelated as insulin was also adjusted), and she really likes it.
August 7, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by igor Great dog food
Poor Daisy, she is so pretty for a chubby girl. She was constantly hungry and we were at our wits end. I found this food on dog food advisor and decided to try it. It is amazing, she is actually full after her meal, no more begging and we feel good because it has lessw fat. Now we want it in people food..
August 8, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by chaser22193 I Think I Finally Found It
Several months ago my vet told me to put 2 of my 3 dogs on low fat food. My big guy was up to 70 pounds so something needed to be done. But, finding a food to accomplish this goal hasn't been easy. I really think I have tried over a half dozen foods, but some were not liked by my guys; others weren't liked by me. I finally resorted to ordering Acana's light and fit from a Canadian firm. Even with shipping the cost wasn't that bad. However; my credit cards changed when Costco went to Visa and the new company began hitting me with a pretty high exchange fee. So, here we go again...the search was on again. Finally I went to dog food adviser and found this food as a highly recommend food for weight control. I bought the 5 lb bag and have been transitioning my guys for the last week and a half and wow is this food a hit. I wasn't keen on potato and I didn't like that it didn't have anything for joint support. But, a supplement helped solved that. Anyway. My guys took to this food immediately. My big guy has even started pulling the old food out of the bowl to get to the Annamaet. My small fox terrier also moves the food around to get to this. Now, it's only been a couple of weeks on this but I am sure I see a slight loss of weight in my big guy that the other foods didn't accomplish. At least he isn't gaining! Time will tell, but right now this seems like a winner. Thankfully no more searching. So, my 70 pound (and loosing) hound, fox terrier and border collie like this food. For me that's a big deal. The cost wasn't that much more than other brands. It's cheaper than getting it from Canada. When you figure out its 30 lbs of food, then it's OK. I hope they don't change the formula or cut the size of the bag back. Just keep things as they are. Please!
August 1, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Beth Great for pancreatic issues
My 8 year old Doberman went through 2 bouts of pancreatitis and I was instructed by my vet to change her food. Of course, they recommended Science Diet but I would never feed my girl that trash. I did some research and found this brand and recipe. She hasn't had an episode in over a year and looks great. She is super lean, shiny and energetic. The only thing I don't like is that it's kind of pricey, but honestly, she's my baby and I'd spend whatever I had to to make her healthy. This food smells great and the kibble is a good size. I think any dogs I'd have in the future will be fed this brand.
July 15, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Brandon Great for Pancreatitis
Our 12lb Cavalier King Charles Spaniel has been suffering with bouts of Pancreatitis for a while now. She was previously on Wellness Super5Mix and as soon as we changed her over to the Annamaet Lean she started getting better.
We wanted to find a low-fat, grain-free food for her as was suggested and Annamaet Lean was the lowest dry food we could find (grain-free or not!). It was a bit hard to find and expensive, so we tried going to Wellness Core, and after 1 day of slowly mixing in Wellness Core and Annamaet Lean, she was throwing up and having more Pancreatitis symptoms.
Needless to say, we got rid of Wellness food all-together and are now strictly using Annamaet Lean and she's doing great. She really likes the food as well, switching her to it completely was very easy, and the smaller size kibble is much easier for her to eat.
The only negative side is that her breath seems to have gotten worse on this food. I'll take bad breath over a vomiting, sick dog any day though.
September 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pittiemom Good food
This one wasn't even for my own dogs. I purchased this dog food for my Mom's little Shih Tzu mix. He eats a dehydrated food as well but she needed a nice kibble for treat balls and such that didn't have too many calories or fat as he seems to gain weight quickly. She likes to keep him trim. This certainly does the trick! It has great ingredients, comes from a well thought of and reputable small business and he loves it! As always, Chewy had what we needed. Thanks Annamaet and Chewy!
July 11, 2016