KETOGENIC PET FOOD Keto Foundation Dog & Cat Dry Food, 18-lb bag -

Ketogenic Pet Food Keto Foundation Dog & Cat Dry Food, 18-lb bag

By Ketogenic Pet Food
Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
$66.99Chewy Price
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About This Item


  • Makes an easy way to transition dogs or cats to a high-protein diet.
  • Dry kibble is made mainly of meat, containing 40% protein and 18% fat.
  • Recipe features organic chicken and other natural, nutritious ingredients.
  • Pet-approved flavor makes this nutrient-dense food easy for furkids to love.
  • Carb content and glycemic index are lower than many common food options.

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Questions & Answers

2 Customer Questions

What is the carbohydrate percentage of this food?
Answer by ChewyJan 25, 2021
This product contains about 24% Carbohydrates.

What are the calories per oz or per kg of this food? I need to find out since I use a digital scale to weigh my cats food daily.
Answer by ChewyFeb 15, 2022
Thsi Keto-Foundation cat food has a calorie content of approximately 440 kilocalories per 120 gram (kcal/120g).

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
5 Ratings
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5 Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By CatsAmongCarps on Sep 19, 2022

Make sure to check you got the right food!

Its not super clear but there are 2 main formulas. One high carb with rice to help transition pets from standard, junky pet food into something healthier and another low carb for pets already used to healthier, low carb food. The Foundation food is the high carb transition kibble. Its not actually keto as it has brown rice and is 24% carbs according to the manufacturer. The rice is there as a healthier starch to help adjust pet tummies away from the wheat/potato/pea fillers in most pet food. I would not suggest this for cat owners unless they're transitioning away from junky kibble. Cats should be eating food with 10% or less carb. Get the starch free 8ib bag for the low carb kibble if your pet is already transitioned. It's keto, no rice and is less than 5% carbs. If you have young cats the fat boost blend may be good. Worth noting the kibble can be hard. Adding a bit of broth/water helps soften but takes about 20 minutes. I use a wetfood auto feeder so the time to soften isn't an issue for us but may be a hassle for others.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Deedibeets on Jul 12, 2022

Good product

My vet claims that "grain free" is not carbohydrate free, and cats' normal diet should not contain any carbohydrate at all. Therefore this product keeps them "crunchy happy" and fills in with poultry wet food as they wish, keeping their weight at normal for their size and age. It is also easier on their kidneys. I received the "fat boost" variety one time by mistake and definitely do not recommend it for cats.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Jonah on Mar 23, 2022

I recommend Chewy com.

This is excellent, healthy food for your pet. Glad offers this product!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Gracie on Jul 20, 2021

Need 2 lose!

My Gracie ( tabby cat) lost 2 lbs in the month and half she’s been on this food. Vet said she should go down to 10 pounds. She went from 12 pounds to 10 pounds in a month and a half. Her brother, Remi , ( also a tabby cat) was 18 pounds his vet appointment last year. He hates the scale so we don’t have an exact number, but his belly no longer touches the ground when he walks, he’s able to groom himself a lot more, best part is he has lots more energy and play time!! He can jump on the window sills and his cat tree now. Next vet appointment September 2021 so eager to hear the actual weight number!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Cats on Apr 17, 2021

Good quality food

We have 3 cats & they absolutely love this dry food.