|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Turkey, Whole Egg, Pork Meal...||Hydrolyzed Pork, Brown Rice, White Rice...||Ocean Whitefish Meal, Ocean Whitefish, White Rice...||Brown Rice, Whole Egg, Turkey...||Turkey, Turkey Meal, Quinoa...|
|Health Feature||Digestive Health, Immune Support, Vitamins & Minerals||Digestive Health, Itch & Redness Remedy, Sensitive Skin...||Brain Health, Digestive Health, Immune Support, Vitamins & Minerals||Immune Support, Kidney Care, Vitamins & Minerals||Brain Health, Heart Care, High-Energy, Hip & Joint Support|
|Special Diet||No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Sensitive Digestion, Pea-Free...||Limited Ingredient Diet, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Sensitive Digestion...||No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Sensitive Digestion, Weight Control...||Low-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Chicken-Free...||High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Weight Control...|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds|
|Food Flavor||Poultry, Fruits & Vegetables, Turkey, Pumpkin||Meat, Pork||Seafood & Fish, Cod||Poultry, Turkey||Poultry, Turkey|
|Food Form||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food|
This food is working well for my foster, improved formed stools! Love the healthy protein, built-in extra fiber, prebiotics and probiotics! My foster dog came from the shelter with diarrhea from stress and a sensitive GI system. We put him on Rx Royal Canin G.I. Dry food and oral meds. The RC GI food helped some, not enough to justify continued use. I wanted a substitute food with higher quality ingredients than RC. This food seemed worth trying! I am pleased with the proteins (Turkey, Whole Egg, Pork Meal) without by-products or cheap “egg product”. I also love the use of Pork Fat and Herring Oil- not sunflower, coconut or canola oils! Even their fiber sources are appreciated by me: I like to see pumpkin, miscanthus grass and inulin instead of the popular sugar Beet pulp, pea fiber, waste grain hulls, and cellulose. It’s tough to find food for sensitive dogs that isn’t full of wacky ingredients due to many being overused “grain-free” formulas. They’re canids, not vegans. I have no patience for dog food high in vegetable proteins, chickpeas, lentils, peas, etc. This food fits the bill on all fronts! I’ve told my vet boss about this food, singing it’s praises and look forward to recommending it as an option to clients with sensitive dogs.
Initially when we first tried this food it wasn't that effective, but now it's the only thing that works for my dog's digestive issues. Similarly to other reviews, we've been through all kinds of testing and treatments and foods to try to help my dog's digestive problems and nothing has really worked. A prescription food with similar ingredients to this one was helpful for a while and then it no longer worked for us either, and the price was exorbitant for a large dog so I just couldn't keep feeding it either way. In searching for something more affordable, I found Square Pet. I emailed with the company and was satisfied with their answers about the testing they do on their food. So we tried it and for the most part it has helped my dog's diarrhea. I wish the kibble pieces were bigger, that's my only real complaint.
I changed a lot of dog food brands until I got this one.My picky girl love it so much!
I have a 2 year old French Bulldog who has never had consistently solid stools. I thought he had a food allergy for so long and I’ve tried so many different foods: high-end, limited ingredient, single-ingredient, homemade, etc. I’ve even tried Tylan powder and probiotics and he’s been screened for parasites so many times. I tried this food after reading up on it on the SquarePet website. It’s really targeted for IBS/sensitive tummies and it’s got ingredients specifically for loose stool. My dog has been on it for two months now and he loves it. He finally has solid poops! I hope they never change the formula because this is the only food that’s ever worked for him. It’s important to note that his stool is now a little green and also the kibble is a smaller size in the 75lb bag. Although, the kibble was already pretty small in the 22lb bag to begin with.
I have a 2 year old French Bulldog and he’s always had loose, bloody stool. I’ve tried so many different kibbles, every meat source (chicken, beef, lamb, duck, turkey, salmon), limited ingredient diets, pumpkin, cooking him plain chicken and rice, ground beef and potatoes, ground turkey and oats, psyllium powder, and even tylan powder from the vet. He’s gotten tested for parasites so many times and he always comes back clean, so I didn’t know if he had allergies or IBS but nothing I tried helped him. I’ve had him on this food for only a week and he’s already doing so much better. He’s having solid stools, I’m shocked! He’s also not gassy, at least that I can smell, and frenchies are definitely known for clearing a room. He also loves the taste and the kibble pieces are small, which is great for bulldogs since they usually have throat issues from an elongated palate. Please, PLEASE don’t discontinue this kibble or change the formula. Having a frenchie on the bag is great marketing, but take it from an actual frenchie owner: it feels like this kibble was made for my dog.
My greyhound started having diarrhea a couple months ago with no known cause. All her many tests have come back normal. After trying a bland diet, prescription probiotics, and over-the-counter supplements with no results, I put her on canned prescription dog food, which is the only food that's gotten her poop mostly back to normal. However, it's also way too expensive to keep feeding her long-term, so I have been looking for an alternative. I tried three other "digestive health" foods, but she went right back to diarrhea as soon as I tried to transition her. After a lot of research, I decided to try this food, and transitioned my dog very slowly over to it over a period of about ten days. While her poop has remained relatively solid on this food (at least, enough to pick up relatively easily), it's also a strange yellowish color, so I'm not sure if we'll be sticking with Squarepet if this does not change, especially given the cost of the food. Still, it's the only non-prescription food I've tried that has kept her poop mostly solid, so it's probably worth a shot for anyone looking to switch their dog from prescription food. I also received a very quick and thorough response when I contacted the company while initially researching this food, which was much appreciated.