Nutrition as Nature Intended
Beyond brings you recipes made with purposeful, natural ingredients and added vitamins, minerals and nutrients. They let you confidently care for your pet while caring for the planet, too. Discover Beyond limited-ingredient recipes, USDA organic options, and mixers to support digestive and immune health.
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Nourishing Dry Food
Beyond dry recipes feature real, recognizable ingredients and have natural probiotics for digestive and immune health.
Wholesome Wet Food
Beyond wet foods use thoughtfully sourced ingredients like wild Alaskan salmon and cage-free chicken.
Beyond Organic meets USDA Organic standards, with organic, free-range, antibiotic-free chicken as the #1 ingredient.
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My cat Cosmo is 8. For 8 years I never did grain free against the advice of several veterinarians. He vomits soon after eating for all of his life. From Blue Buffalo to Rx RC and SD it continued. I decided to switch to a corn free diet over a transition of 10 days. Stool firmed and vomiting has lessened to once weekly. These kibble pieces are larger than any previous pieces except for the rings from RC. The larger pieces he actually chews in combination with a puzzle dish to slow his voracious mouthfuls. It’s the answer for now. I was trying to avoid chicken but so far I’m thinking corn was the reason for the belly troubles. Took a star off for the poultry ingredient and pea fillers.
Grain free food is getting hard to find, or at least at a reasonable price. I used to get Purina Cat Chow Naturals indoor grain free, but they quit making it, so it seems I have been trying just about every other brand since. They are just so darn expensive now and one or more of my cats don't like it. All 4 of my cats seem to like this. I got it at a fairly reasonable price although not as good as the cat chow brand. Unsure if I will continue.
I see other reviews about this food making their cats puke. My two have always vomited, always. Vet suggested grain free a long time ago, and they like some, others, not so much. (The canned food is even worse - Blue Advantage chicken morsels in sauce - 3.5 oz can only - is the ONLY wet food they like AND keep down the most often. (BTW....I grew up with cats. We ALWAYS had one or 30 - haha, Mom bred Siamese for a bit - and none of them threw up as much as these two do! And everybody talks about their cats puking all the time! Even hairballs come out in vomit, which is NOT how it used to be! Granted, the cats of my youth had a HORRIBLE time coughing and coughing so hard to get a hairball up, whereas these two just make a weird guttural sound for a minute and bleccch! It's in a pool of puke. Easier for them, another stain to scrub out of the carpet for me. (Of course they choose the carpeted rooms over the tile or wood!) Anyway....all cats are different. Mine didn't like Beyond two years ago, but now they love it. Give it a try.
For a while now I have not been able to find a food that didn't upset my cats stomach, which lead to vomiting multiple times a week. This food is true to it's name. It is "Beyond" amazing! My cat has not been sick once since I started giving him this food. Very grateful customer here. Thank you so much!
Oliver has never been real picky about his dry food, but lately had been leaving quite a lot of the old standby. So, when I saw Beyond, a whitefish and egg with a little sweet potato, grain free food, I decided to give it a try. He loves it and has even lost a pound or two of pudge, great for an indoor kitty who is 10 years old.
I had been using another grain free whitefish dry food, but lately there is all kinds of bits and pieces in the food that makes it extremely messy and my cats won't eat the tiny bits. Tried this, it is much better and the cats seem to like it.
My cats are eating it, one can be a picky eater. It is supposed to be lower fat than some of the other brands and I am still working on one of them losing some weight as he was overfed while we were on holiday a few years ago.
We tried grain free food in a last ditch effort to help our cat’s GI trouble. The Purina Beyond was a hit. Our cat’s health has definitely improved.
I just thought that I would let you know that none of our cats like this food, again, I thought I would try something that was better for them, but they like their Purina & Fancy Feast dry food. I gave this to local shelter
I have one 14yr old cat, Poof, who will eat anything, & one 4yr old, kuku, who is very picky. Kuku turned his nose up at this food & I brushed it off because he does that with 50% of what I offer him. Poof gobbled it down. Mind you, I gave him about 10 pieces of kibble because I did not want to upset his stomach with something new. The next day Poof puked 3x. At first I did not connect it to the new food because 1. I barely gave him any, & 2. he has cancer & his GI system is more sensitive (which is why I bought this food with probiotics in the first place). I offered both kitties some more the next day. Kuku passed on it again & Poof gobbled it up. I gave him about 20 pieces this time mixed in with his old food. Later that night Poof puked. I stopped giving him the new food. The next day he puked all of his food within 5 mins & was hiding. I'm disappointed that it made him sick. I don't even want to donate it to a shelter because I don't want other kitties getting sick. It's trash.