||Dry Food (Cup) + Wet Food (Can)
|10 lbs or less
||1/2 cup + 1/2 can
|11 - 24 lbs
||3/4 cup + 1/2 can
|25 - 69 lbs
||1 cup + 1 can
|70 - 100 lbs
||2 cups + 1 can
Adjust food amount as needed. Feed at room temperature. Fresh water should be available at all times
Wet Food Only: Feed approximately 1 ¼ cans per every 10 lbs of body weight per day.
For Puppies: Feed up to twice the adult amount.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does Dogswell do to make sure its products are safe?
Our manufacturing facilities are highly regarded and are held to strict quality assurance standards.
Dogswell has a rigorous testing program for both raw materials and final products in order to ensure the safety and quality of our food and treats.
Third party auditors ensure that all food safety controls and procedures are followed. Our manufacturing facilities are designed to prevent cross-contamination and all of our products are manufactured under strict sanitary conditions. We closely monitor these facilities, and also regularly visit them to ensure the quality and safety of our products. Our co-packing plants operate under HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points), a system for managing food safety. Also, U.S.-based Third Party Food Safety Auditors make announced and unannounced visits to the audit all food safety and quality systems in which our facilities have always received high scores.
Where are your products made?
Most Dogswell products are manufactured in the US. Our Nutrisca Cat wet food items are manufactured in Thailand, where we hold these facilities to the same stringent quality standards we maintain at our US facilities. Dogswell sources its ingredients based upon where we find top quality ingredients and a high quality supplier whose facilities and practices meet our safety testing standards.
What does the O2 absorber packet in your treat bags do? What should I do if my pet eats it?
It helps to keep the moisture and oxygen out, which helps keep the product from spoiling. It contains iron, active carbon, salt and water. We have not had any issues in the past with dogs getting sick from accidentally swallowing this packet, but please do monitor your dog for the next 48 hours. If you notice anything different, we advise you consult with a veterinarian.
When switching to a new dry or canned food, there is sometimes an assimilation period where a dog may experience a change in stool quality for a small period of time until he/she adjusts.
Here is a 15-day transitioning plan: First 5 Days: 75% current food mixed with 25% new DOGSWELL food Next 5 Days: 50% current food mixed with 50% new DOGSWELL food Last 5 Days: 75% new DOGSWELL food mixed with 25% current food Day 16: 100% new DOGSWELL food