Tripett New Zealand Green Lamb Tripe is a grain-free product consisting of nearly 100% Green New Zealand Lamb Tripe. Green tripe is the unbleached, nutrient rich stomach lining of a grass-fed animal containing essential fatty acids and digestive juices important for your pet’s health. New Zealand Lamb Tripe is known for it’s exceptionally high content of green lamb tripe, and is often used with puppies during weaning and “moms” pre and post litters. Good for all breeds and all sizes. Tripett. Feed well.
This grain and gluten-free, limited ingredient food is crafted from only 4 ingredients. It's prefect for pets that have sensitivities or allergies to common foods.
Lamb tripe helps restore balance to your pet's stomach and improves digestion. It's a great choice for any life stage including growing puppies.
Helps to promote cleaner teeth, a healthy, lustrous skin and coat, and can help put a spring back in your elderly dog's step.
A great option for those picky eaters who get bored easily. It introduces a new protein to your pup's diet and helps switch things up. It's also great for transitioning to a new food.
New Zealand Lamb Tripe, Water, Garlic, Carrageenan Gum.
850 kcal/kg, 336.6 kcal/can
Omega-6 Fatty Acids
Omega-3 Fatty Acids
Intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.
A 5-10 day transition period is optimum. Start by feeding 80% of their old food and 20% of PetKind. Each day, increase their portion of Petkind by 10% while decreasing their old food until 100% of their meal consists of their new food.
Our guy is allergic to so many foods, but he can have lamb so we bought this in the hopes that it would be flavorful enough to hide our picky guy's medication. It didn't work for that (we've switched to another version of the medication that seems to be OK) but he seems to really like the food so we're going to keep feeding it. I don't think it's nearly as stinky as others were saying &, since our guy likes his food really sloppy, we mix it with a splash of warm water (helps to dissolve the medication, too) & he eats it up.
She likes it!
on May 30, 2018
I bought this hoping that it would get my finicky girl to eat and it did the trick. Both my dogs absolutely love this canned food. I use it to mix in to their dry food. I saw that a few folks had complained about receiving dented cans. What I found is that because the cans are vacuum sealed, if the canned food was subjected to heat this causes the cans to. "suck in" creating a temporary dent. Once I popped the top on the can the dent was gone. Hope this helps those that had concerns over dented cans. I would highly recommend this food.
on Apr 19, 2018Top 500 Contributor
We have an elderly dog with a troubled liver. Green tripe has a beneficial quality that helps with that. We also have 6 other little dogs who are picky eaters. Well, not anymore!!! They LOVE Trippet and I love that it is offered in lamb, since we have one dog who is allergic to beef. I will keep this on my auto ship as long as I have dogs.
on Jan 5, 2018
I use this as a topper for my 12yr old Heeler. We were having issues with her not eating and having stomach issues. I started her on this once a day as a topper to her dry food almost a year ago and it has been fantastic. No more stomach problems, she loves her food and looks forward to her "treat" each morning. Highly recommend this form of tripe, it is easy to use and pets love it.
Healthy and the dogs love it
on Mar 15, 2018
Green tripe is best in its raw form, but since I was unable to get any raw fresh green tripe, I bought this canned product. It's pricey, but the dogs love it. It's supposed to be good for their GI system. Be warned, it is stinky, and smells rotten. That is normal and how tripe smells. It is not a complete diet, it's a great addition to their regular diet or as a treat.
Most dogs love taste, but still has CARRAGEENAN. Recommend having some on hand.
on Nov 10, 2017
This is helpful to have around and is part of my rotation with some sick dogs (like kidney disease situations) but still has "cancer fertilizer" carrageenan, so buyer beware. I also use this as a very occasional treat, especially when buying more when the older cans have been around a year or more. (As long as the cans are intact, the food is good for much longer than a year.) Compared to a lot of other foods, this is still higher quality. The garlic is a good addition, and the tripe is great, but is this good enough to offset the carrageenan? Better to have tripe without bad additional ingredients, but I'm picky and pragmatic, and this can be very helpful to have on hand, and since itThis is helpful to have around and is part of my rotation with some sick dogs (like kidney disease situations) but still has "cancer fertilizer" carrageenan, so buyer beware. I also use this as a very occasional treat, especially when buying more when the older cans have been around a year or more. (As long as the cans are intact, the food is good for much longer than a year.) Compared to a lot of other foods, this is still higher quality. The garlic is a good addition, and the tripe is great, but is this good enough to offset the carrageenan? Better to have tripe without bad additional ingredients, but I'm picky and pragmatic, and this can be very helpful to have on hand, and since it is canned, is very easy to store. When dealing with some dogs, you just need to get some decent food into them, and sometimes you need to do that quickly. I do recommend having this on hand, especially since bad situations can pop up, and it gives you time to get really good tripe or other good food.… more
on Sep 28, 2017
Have used Tripett for years and the dogs start panting and pacing as soon as the can is opened, can't control themselves once they smell it. You'll feel so good serving this because it's absolutely pure and healthy plus it's a nutritious compliment to their diet.
Gets a finicky dog interested
on Aug 24, 2017
The only "con" with this food is the cost. So I use it as a top-dressing over my regular diet. Some say the smell is off-putting, but not to my dogs! Gets those with poor appetite to eat and also I heard has probiotic qualities which is good for diarrhea. Just can't afford to feed it regularly!
Top marks for this tripe
on Nov 5, 2017
We've tried quite a few of the Petkind Tripett canned tripe flavors and this one wins top marks from my GSDs. Definitely lots of enthusiasm and very quickly cleaned bowls when this is fed. My boy has much better skin since we've been adding tripe to his daily rations too.
Dog loves this
on Sep 20, 2017
My dog loves this food. I think it stinks but we often have different opinions of what smells good, lol. It also agrees with my dog's digestion.