PETKIND Tripe Dry Grain-Free Green Tripe & Wild Salmon Dry Dog Food, 6-lb bag -

PetKind Tripe Dry Grain-Free Green Tripe & Wild Salmon Dry Dog Food

By PetKind
Rated 3.9474 out of 5 stars

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About This Item


  • Developed to promote and sustain growth and for all life stages while being complete and balanced while leaving out grains and glutens.
  • Wild salmon is 100% sourced and caught fresh in the Pacific North West and aids in a healthy shiny coat. This formula has lamb tripe that's naturally rich in essential Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids and beneficial amino acids that give your pups digestive system a boost.
  • Made with organic Canadian and Peruvian quinoa, a gluten free complete protein source that's actually harvested from a seed.
  • Potato, wheat, corn and soy-free, so it's great for pets that are sensitive to those ingredients.
  • This low glycemic food won't spike blood sugar and is a good option for dogs that are diabetics.

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Questions & Answers

6 Customer Questions

What is the calcium & phosphorus content on as-fed and dry matter basis?
Answer by ChewyDec 06, 2021
This recipe has a calcium content of 1.7% (1.8% on a dry matter basis) and a phosphorus content of 0.8% (0.88% on a dry matter basis).

What’s the carb percentage as fed and dry matter?
Answer by ChewyAug 23, 2020
This variety contains approximately 34% Carbohydrate content on an as fed basis (37.7% on a dry matter basis).

Is this suitable for the growth of large breed puppies?
Answer by ChewyAug 23, 2020
This food is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for All Life Stages.

What size is the kibble. I don't like tiny pieces. My dogs tend to choke on tiny kibble
Answer by ChewyJun 23, 2020
This kibble is suitable for all life stages. It is slightly smaller to accommodate smaller dogs, but is not a “small bites” kibble.

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Rated 3.9474 out of 5 stars
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19 Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Matt on Mar 31, 2023

Slightly Disappointed

Hi! I have three small dogs, and was hoping this would be the food that worked. The kibble was a little larger than expected, and the two smaller dogs have been picky with it.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Scooby on May 28, 2023

Green Tripe

Dogs love the taste and green tripe is very good for them.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Ringo333 on Sep 9, 2022

truly loves it

Wanted to add more tripe to my 3 year old boxers diet. Have been given raw but the smell was unreal lol. Looked into kibble type and found petkind. Figured I give it a try. No regrets. Only been several days but he doesn’t need any other toppings to eat all his food. Will continue to give and add more each time.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By TwoHoundDogs on Oct 19, 2021

It's a hit!

I've been offering different foods to my senior dog as his health issues are resulting in a lack of appetite. He loves tripe and salmon, so we gave this a try and he really enjoys it! I like that it's high in protein and fat.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Hagridsmother on Aug 29, 2021


I bought the Petkind Wild Salmon/Green Tripe instead of my usual brand as my two guys had become picky eaters & I have always been pleased with their products - this was a big turn your nose up & walk away moment! So disappointed in that they didn't eat it & that i’d spent more $ for something that I thought they would scarf down instead of turning up their noses.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Quazi on Jul 3, 2021

Petkind salmon vs lamb tripe

I've used Petkind lamb & lamb tripe formula for past few months and my pitbull and cavapoo loved it. I used to purchase it from different website in 6lb bags and was excited to see offering large 25lb bags. This time I've purchased salmon and tripe as it sounded like it would be better alternative, because fish supposedly healther choice for dogs. I slowly switched from lamb to salmon over few days. This morning breakfast was salmon only and my dogs both decided they don't like it. I've mixed piece of turkey hotdog into it. Didn't work. Bacon flakes, no go. It seems salmon does smell a lot less tastier than lamb. Lamb also has better texture and wasn't as dry as salmon. I don't have picky eaters but they totally disliked salmon tripe petkind. I wish i would have purchased smaller 6 pound bag to try before i vested into 25lb bag. Going to take almost full bag of salmon tripe to local shelter and go back to lamb tripe.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By MMHA on May 20, 2021

Quality food

A quality food but not for my picky eater. Gave it to a local pet rescue group.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Lilly1 on Mar 13, 2020

Loved by Captain the Corgi puppy

Our 8 week Corgi, wouldn't eat the Solid Gold Wolf Cub food we got him. So we saw on YouTube that Gatsby on his channel was eating Petkind. Super healthy and approved by many. We ordered it and he loves it! I didn't have to wet it or anything. Very happy!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Davis on Dec 10, 2019

Corgi approved

I recently adopted a Corgi, who is approximately six years old. Although she was well fed in her pervious home, she was both overweight and not being given a proper diet. Upon doing some intensive research, I came across the PetKind brand, which was highly recommended for the bread, at least from what I came across in my research. I ordered the 14 pound bag, which lasted about three to four months. And with a cleaner diet, which includes this particular dry dog food, and she has gotten incredible shape. With that said, she also enjoys the food!

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By CK05 on Aug 31, 2019

Dogs like it

Would have given a better rating however there was a hole in the bag and a lot had spilled out. The box was not damaged, so I think the bag was packaged damaged. My dogs really seem to like the food. Definitely will buy again.