Chewy does hae good foods and decent prices but they struggle with consistency. Either they charge me way too soon and send monthly foods at 2.5 weeks instead of 4 weeks or they send it on time and the delivery gets delayed because they forgot to remove a hold on it! They are hands down the worst at sending consistently than any other site!
I mix wet with dry for my puppy. You get so much more food for less compared to the pouches. The pouches are easier to use but with a puppy eating 3-4 times a day, the cans are more economical. My puppy loves both pouch and can equally.
I mix this food with kibbles for my puppy dinner every day. He would finish the food within few minutes. It is his favorite. No upset stomach like some other brands.
Chewy beats the cost of this canned dog food over Pet Stores. They are fast with your order and delivery is within 3 days.
My 6 month old Toy Aussie was introduced to this brand after spending 2 days in the hospital with parvo, being prescribed the gastrointestinal version by the hospital vet for a bland diet when released. Max loved it, so we bought this puppy version, which he continues to love. If you have a picky eater like Max was, try this.
I just had a litter of puppies and have been feeding mom and now babies Royal Canin puppy and royal Canin Rottweiler puppy great product. A bit expensive
Puppy loves when we mix this in with his dry food. And it was recommended by our vet!!!
My other dogs are 150-lb Newfies. All are on RC. One is on RC's SO for urinary issues. Somehow it made sense to us to get a mini long hair doxie that weigha only 6-lb. The doxie loves RC's puppy food. He is so smallI have to thaw (soften) the can content before feeding him. He barely finishes 1/3-cup each meal so open somewhat full cans go in the refrig. between meals. Virtually all other puppy food cans start to cmell whereas as RC's cans do not. Why no kibble = kibble requires choice white grease (CWG) which I produce at my company & sell to RC. Nothing justifies feeding CWG to canines in my opinion unless its Lard (edibkle CWG) which is WAY too expensive for RC to buy.
She loves the food. She was in the hospital with vomiting and diarrhea, and this is the food she is eating now. She can't eat the kibbles the breeder had her eating.
My Yorky puppy really enjoys this, and my very senior Yorky who is over 14 years old, also eats it as well. My older Yorky became very picky in his old age and at least he will eat this. What are