Upgrade your furry friend’s mealtime with Purina Beyond Grain-Free Pacific Tuna Recipe in Broth! This high-protein wet dog food complement is the paw-fect drool-worthy addition to your BFF’s favorite wet or dry food. It features wild-caught, Marine Stewardship Council-certified (MSC) Pacific tuna, along with other high quality and recognizable ingredients like carrot and sweet potato in a lip-smacking broth. Not only is it crafted with limited ingredients, but it’s also completely grain-free, gluten-free and made without corn, wheat or soy, keeping sensitive sidekicks in mind. And because your canine companion deserves a diet that’s as true as the bond you share, you’ll never find any poultry by-product meal, artificial colors, flavors or preservatives in here, just added vitamins and minerals and the flavors and texture she’ll love!
Crafted with wild-caught Pacific tuna sourced from MSC certified sustainable fisheries for the high-quality protein your whiskered friend deserves.
Made with limited ingredients and zero grains, gluten, corn, wheat or soy for sensitive dogs.
Natural and high-protein food complement makes the perfect topper or meal mixer.
Scrumptious bits in broth for a texture your BFF is sure to love.
Completely free of artificial flavors, colors and preservatives.
Feed one pouch per 15 lbs of body weight to an adult dog per day. Not to exceed 4 pouches per day. Beyond Broths are intended for supplemental feeding only. This product may be fed daily along with a complete and balanced dog food diet.
Gently swirl pack to blend ingredients.
Tear to open.
Pour into a bowl and serve as a complement to a balanced dog food diet.
My Lab/Retriever mix loves broth and fish so this is a welcome food choice. She often eats two packets a day. The price is a bit high, but she is a fussy eater so it is worth it. I cut the packets open and scrape out the inside with a knife to get it all out so fear not about difficulty with packets. I do also cook regular fish or buy tinned fish, but this is much more palatable to her. This would be nice poured over a bowl of fish, so that will be my next tact to make the meal larger for her. Think of it as a topper or a supplementary treat if your dog is large like mine.
not worth of it
on Jul 14, 2019
the quantity is way too small considering the price. And its so hard to squeeze out of the pouch, which created a waste. You can just go to any supermarket and buy a pound of wildly caught fish and cook it and freeze it and feed your dogs bit by bit.