Rated 5 out of 5 by SandflyNV Perfect for my dog
I bought this food to see how my calorie burning Chinese Crested male would do on it. I am very happy to see him enjoying eating this kibble because it has high calories per cup and is a simple recipe full of good nutrition. At just under 600 calories/ cup of food, this food has been a helpful addition to the few foods I can feed him to keep weight on. The kibble size is easy enough for him to pick up now that he has lost the last of his teeth. I was having problems with him eating as he got frustrated trying to pick up most kibble. The hunt was on to find something that did what was needed for him. I am very happy with the way he eats now and his weight has been come up where it needed to be. Canine Caviar Venison is not inexpensive, but I am very happy with the results with this food. His poops are always good and he always eats with gusto. I will be trying some of the other protein varieties next. It does my heart good to see the old man eating and liking it again. I enthusiastically recommend trying Canine Caviar for your dog.
January 17, 2017
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lyssa Great food for Dog with Hart Problems
I bought this kibble as it has a lower sodium content than anything else I could find. I discussed matters with my vet as well, and she told me to give it a shot since this pup has some ongoing issues. That includes prescription foods which I try to avoid anyway. I love that it is grain-free. The dog loves it as well. She's having some stomach issues, but I cannot say those are directly related to the food as she's had an infection and has been on high doses of antibiotics. Hopefully now that she is off of them, things will return to normal. If not, I have other dogs who would be more than happy to finish off this food. LOL. It is definitely something I will buy again.
December 28, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Chip Excellent price /quality relationship
Our puppy (German Shepard, 9 Month/75 lbs) started giving us eating problems (not health related) after his flea and heartworm medicine. We tried a number of different products after being advised from Chewy Customer Service (excellent btw).
One of these products was Canine Caviar. He started eating this and after a few days (week +), his appetite was normal again
December 30, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by OES5 Canine Caviar Limited Ingredient Diet Wilderness
This food is outstanding and chewy is the best supplier with almost overnight delivery at an excellent price. I have three Old English Sheepdogs on this food and all love it and are healthy with beautiful coats and sparkling eyes. Their poop comes out solid like large "rabbit pellets". On previous high quality foods this was not the case. Ear infections in one dog cleared up under this food. I switch out between this variety and open meadows (lamb) to give them some variety. I have recommended to many people and their dogs all love it
November 25, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Laurie53 My 2 chihuahuas Love it!!
When I can add AC Vinegar and diatomaceous earth to this food and my 2 Still gobble it up, (I soak it for about an hour due to their tooth issues) I'm thrilled! The ingredients are great and we're having less rashy tummies with this flavor and the Duck flavor. Unlike the Fish flavor (Wild Ocean) which I Don't recommend, there is no Canola oil added.
September 18, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by GBG1 Not for my frenchie
Considered a good brand but my frenchie broke out
Back to orijen
September 23, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Winnie13 Good product
I have been looking for a food that did not contain canola oil which is a difficult feat, I saw Canine Caviar and was pleasantly surprised to see it has coconut oil, Leo seems to like it.
September 8, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by amtmcm 595 Calories per cup! Great for picky eaters!
One of my dogs is a picky eater and has never had a strong appetite. This food is pricey, but the venison formula is so calorie dense that the suggested feeding amount is about half of other high quality foods. This is perfect for my dog since he can get the calories he needs without me begging him to eat more. He will eat this kibble dry, but we also supplement with Petkind Venison Tripe which (per their website) is a whopping 710 calories per can.
August 18, 2016