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KASIKS Cage-Free Chicken Formula Grain-Free Canned Dog Food

KASIKS Cage-Free Chicken Formula Grain-Free Canned Dog Food

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    Reduced Protein Levels

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    We have been hooked on FirstMate and Kasiks dog food recipes for a while now because of their high protein, low fat, low carbs, and low phosphorus levels along with the fact that it contains no controversial items like carrageenan. However, they are quickly loosing their greatness. Yesterday’s shipment of the FirstMate Turkey recipe came with a new label that shows the nutrient contents in the guaranteed analysis changed. Protein decreased from 11% to 9% on as fed basis and from 50% to 40.9% on a dry matter basis, which resulted in a 9% increase in carbohydrates on a dry matter basis and an 8% increase in the fat-to-protein ratio. In the Kasiks Chicken recipe, protein decreased from 45.5% We have been hooked on FirstMate and Kasiks dog food recipes for a while now because of their high protein, low fat, low carbs, and low phosphorus levels along with the fact that it contains no controversial items like carrageenan. However, they are quickly loosing their greatness. Yesterday’s shipment of the FirstMate Turkey recipe came with a new label that shows the nutrient contents in the guaranteed analysis changed. Protein decreased from 11% to 9% on as fed basis and from 50% to 40.9% on a dry matter basis, which resulted in a 9% increase in carbohydrates on a dry matter basis and an 8% increase in the fat-to-protein ratio. In the Kasiks Chicken recipe, protein decreased from 45.5% to 40.9% on a dry matter basis, which resulted in a 5% increase in carbohydrates on a dry matter basis and a 4.8% increase in the fat-to-protein ratio. While the new nutrient levels are still within the “good” range, Kasiks and FirstMate are swiftly moving from being in the lead to the middle of the pack as it pertains to dog foods. Even more disappointing is the lack of information/notification regarding the changes. We are definitely starting to look for the next great dog food recipe. … more

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