FORZA10 Nutraceutic Actiwet Renal Support Wet Dog Food, 3.5-oz, case of 32 -

Forza10 Nutraceutic Actiwet Renal Support Wet Dog Food

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  • Low levels of protein, phosphorous and sodium make this an ideal choice for adult dogs with renal conditions and/or heart problems. Older pets often suffer from both.
  • Made without potential allergens like corn, wheat, soy, by-product meals, GMOs or artificial flavors, colors or preservatives. Allergies can exacerbate or even cause chronic health issues.
  • Dandelion, cranberries, and clover help support a healthy urinary system so compromised kidneys don’t have to work as hard.
  • Vets recommend extra dietary water for pups with renal failure, so this high-moisture wet food is a great choice.
  • Made in Iceland with 100% Icelandic salmon and lamb.

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About Forza10 ActiWet Food For Dogs

Clean Food for Pet Sensitivities

Forza10 is a clean, solution-based line of food for dogs and cats. With over 25 years of experience, Forza10 crafts dry and wet recipes using specially selected holistic ingredients with no hormones or antibiotics. Their formulas are made to support pets with a wide variety of sensitivities, including those affecting the skin, digestion, the kidneys, the urinary tract and more.

Novel and Sustainable Proteins

Forza10 recipes are made with delicious wild-caught anchovies, which are a rich source of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. Some formulas are crafted with pasture-raised lamb to provide an alternative source of protein that supports lean muscle and performance.

Unique Pate in Natural Juices

Forza10 recipes are made with delicious wild-caught anchovies, which are a rich source of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. Some formulas are crafted with pasture-raised lamb to provide an alternative source of protein that supports lean muscle and performance.

Naturally Powered Feeding

Forza10’s ingredients come from the cleanest, natural sources available to ensure they are completely free from contaminants, chemicals, steroids or antibiotics. Their recipes are blended with special herbs and plant extracts to promote optimal wellness and provide natural therapeutic benefits for your pet.

Some of the Nutritious Ingredients in Forza10


A tasty source of antioxidants and vitamin C, which helps prevent tissue degeneration and support the digestive system.


One of the most potent, natural anti-inflammatory substances. It promotes healthy digestion and immune function.


One of the strongest anti-inflammatories in nature. This powerful antioxidant helps block the growth of bacteria.

Orange Peel

Used in weight loss diets because it helps positively stimulate the nervous system and encourages lipolytic activity.

About Forza10

Forza10 was founded after Sergio Canello, DVM and international expert on food intolerances, teamed up with natural medicine expert, Gianandrea to research and develop functional pet food recipes. The result? A pet food line completely free from chemical or pharmacological pollutants and made with rigorously controlled raw ingredients provisioned from the most pristine regions of the planet. Support your pets with the natural, holistic approach of Forza10.

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Questions & Answers

16 Customer Questions

Why the dandelion root? Isn’t that counterproductive for renal disease?
Answer by ChewySep 21, 2020
Dried Dandelion Root Extract has a diuretic action with purifying effects and is useful in the treatment of fluid retention, as it helps to eliminate excess liquids. The inulin present in dandelion helps maintain and facilitates the proliferation of positive gut flora, which favors the wellbeing of the whole body.

How many of the 84 kcal per tray come from protein?
Answer by ChewyJul 15, 2021
This food's caloric content contains 6% protein.

How should this be stored? Both for an open can and closed ones?
Answer by ChewyMay 05, 2021
Unopened cans can be kept in a fresh place or room temperature with no problem. After open, should be refrigerated in a sealed container. Unopened bags can be kept in a fresh place or room temperature with no problem. After open, If left in the original packaging just make sure there is no air intake. If change to a container, make sure is sealed with no air intake

Does it come in larger portions?
Answer by ChewyFeb 26, 2022
At this time, the manufacturer only makes this Nutraceutic Actiwet Renal Support Wet Dog Food in 3.5-ounce trays.

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Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By justathought on Mar 4, 2023

My cat liked it, but one flavor she didn't but..

I put baby food pureed chicken on it and she liked it. She liked the dry food then she didn't, but she was sick, thought she got sick from flea medication overnight she was hiding, not eating, rushed her to the vet said stage 4 renal failer. But after her food and purina pro plan hyda care, she's like a kitten, playing, running, she doesn't do that! I think adding the purina pro hydra care with potassium made her happy. It's like flavored thick soup she loves it and laps up the entire bowl! Good for hydration. So this food, make more flavors! I have to by chicken baby food now turkey and beef and ham to mix with it.. she's pretty much gonna die in a year vet said, but she's playing like a kitten and kneeding on me with little love chirps, she was grumpy ( hates cats, likes dogs, grew up as a tiny baby with my dog) but cats get found and I need to save them. 4 now. She hates them all but got a new dog other cat's hid but she loves the head licks. But she had skin allergies BAD! They're gone. I don't know why. She was covered in scabs had to take pegnisone every day, she's cured!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Louija on Feb 18, 2023

Dog Loves!!

Annie is a 13 year old Border Collie who has a high protein urine count. Our vet is trying to ward off Kidney failure by getting her protein urine count down. Annie is supposed to only have food that has 5%-7% protein which is a very bland type of food. I have tried 3 different varieties of food which she ate at 1st but then turned her nose up to. Just by chance I ordered the Forza10 Nutraceutic Actiwet Renal Support Dog Food. So far, she LOVES this food!!! Maybe because it's lamb tongue....I don't know but as long as she eats it even though it's expensive as for a 45 lb. dog (she's suppose to have around 9.5 trays as the vet doesn't want her having more than 800 calories a day), I'll buy it as long as she eats it. It's worth it to me to see her acting healthy. Afterall....a girl's got to eat!! :)

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By kgoody70 on Mar 25, 2023

My dog prefers this over prescription food

My dog has a very finicky appetite with progressing kidney disease, but is often willing to eat at least some of this food. It smells better than the prescription diet food I previously bought, and a moist consistency that is easier to feed.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Lori on Jan 12, 2023

Puppy love this food

I have been trying to find a food that my 3 Yorkies would eat and nothing I tried worked. I even cooked for them but that got old. Then I found out that 2 of the pups were in kidney failure and of course you know what the vets prescribed for them to eat and of course they turned their nose up at that. So did some sear hing on Chewy and I tried the Renal support. They are now eating like little piggies and I think this has helped with their kidney levels. Going to confirm with blood work in another month or two. But I think we have a winner. Thank you Chewy. Now need to order more food.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Susan on Dec 29, 2022

Luna loves it

My 16 yo cockapoo developed KD and was put on prescription food about 6 months ago. We've tried many alternatives but It's become very difficult to get her to eat consistently. I had concerns about Forza because it does not require a prescription and is higher protein compared to her Hill's prescripion kibble. So we give her this just as "topper" thoroughly mixed in with the kibble. On a dry matter basis, about 90% of her diet is 12.75% (Hills) Protein and 10% is 30% (Forza) Protein. The phosphorous and sodium are pretty equivalent with both foods. She loves it and cleans her bowl down to the last piece of prescription kibble! We are back to her normal feeding schedule - a.m. and p.m. Clinical signs are all great but we haven't had new lab work done since she started on it.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Vicki1 on Mar 13, 2023

Will order again!

My dog has a kidney problems, and it is not big choice for renal diet. He is on RC now, like a major, but still has no appetite. For Forza he seems to be more interested. Definitely good food.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Maggie on Feb 22, 2023

My dog loves it

My 15 yr westie was prescribed with all different renal/kidney support food, but as soon I open the cans he would walk away. This is the only food over the counter that I have been able to give him and he eat the whole thing

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Tbush on Feb 2, 2023

Forza renal

I slowly introduced this into my dogs diet as requested. At first it seemed all was good. She was eating it good and bowl movements were good. Now she is eating mostly Forza and has developed an upset stomach. Guess we will have to stop the Forza.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Panda on Feb 18, 2023

Awful Smell

My dog would not even get close to the bowl to smell. Very Pungent odor. Had to spray the house after opening can. Tried giving a small bite in her mouth and she spit it out as fast as she could.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Cynthia on Dec 16, 2022

So far so good

I give my dog small meals during the day at the same time I am eating mine so she doesn't feel left out. Plus, I think it's easier on her since she has gotten picky about renal food. This does not need doctor approval so I'm not so sure about it being labeled as a true renal food, but I'm going to keep using it as the small lunch meal. She gobbles is up. Luckily she is small and eats small amounts because the cost is not so small.