PetKind Tripett New Zealand Green Lamb Tripe Grain-Free Canned Dog Food, 13-oz, case of 12
13-oz, case of 12
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.
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
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.
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!
Limited ingredients thus not a complete dog food
on Jul 9, 2017
But you'll be hard-pressed to find a can dog food that your dogs will LOVE universally. I have 5 dogs (6 when dog-sitting) who range from extremely picky to "I'll eat paper just cuz". I got the New Zealand Green Lamb and our dogs gobbled it up at first go! Even the pickiest one (a delicate PomChi)! The smell out of the can is pretty atrocious but dogs love it and it's good for their tummy so I'm good with it. I highly recommend a good quality, holistic kibble (Life's Abundance, Whole Earth Farms which are less pricey) with Tripett as topper and you'll never see a crumb left in your dog bowls again.
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.
So how can something so disgusting, be so good for our dogs?
on Jun 6, 2017
Once my German Shepherds got use to it they liked it.
But weather a dog like something or not does not determine whether the food is healthy or not. Put a bowl of ice cream & bowl of spinach in front of a small child and see which he eats. I've heard several holistic Veterinarians talk about how good Green Tripe is good for dogs. I think even Dr. Ian Billinghurst spoke of feeding tripe. And that's why I feed it, not because it smells good, but because my dogs can benefit from it. Research it yourself, see what you think.
on Sep 2, 2017
Dogs LOVE IT. It is super stinky food, but my dogs stare at me waiting to be fed. I mix with kibble and a little water.
on Jul 29, 2017
Cannot believe how a product that smells and looks horrific seems to be a delectable treat to all dogs!! I might not like the smell but they LOVE the taste.
Dog's New Zealand Caviar!
on May 12, 2017
My dog is a very finicky eater and it has been hit and miss with dog food for him since I rescued him from the shelter. Through trial and error we finally arrived at a canned (not homemade) food he will actually eat with enthusiasm! Only draw back, it makes me gag when I open the cans. The stuff stinks! Anything for my K9 friend!