Tiki Dog Petites Lamb, Beef & Duck Pate Variety Pack Grain-Free Wet Dog Food, 3-oz can, case of 12By Tiki Dog
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About This Item
- All three recipes feature real lamb, beef or duck first for the high-quality protein your dog deserves.
- 100% free from grains, so it’s great for pups with sensitivities.
- Made without tapioca—a low-grade filler that’s used in some dog foods.
- Contains superfoods to help fuel your furry friend.
- Completely free of carrageenan.
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20 Customer Reviews
They love this stuff
My two chihuahuas love this dog food. I've FINALLY found the right food for the little boogers. It seems to be very quality food. Highly recommend!
Small pate canned dog food
My dogs are 14 years old and getting more and more difficult with her eating habits. They really like the taste and consistency of this food and it has encouraged them to eat.
Does not like
Dog doesn’t like it thought I would try it now I’m stuck with 10 cans
Chihuahuas did not like it.
Thought it was as good as the around the world flavors unfortunately the pate food fell flat and the babies hated it.
I'm not getting younger and my teeth, what I've got left, aren't what they used to be. My mom bought these and I absolutely love them! And I'm a seriously finicky eater. Beef, Lamb, and Duck are my favorite proteins and these tins are just perfectly sized for me (I'm holding on at 7 pounds)! They are, admittedly a bit hard to get out of the cans, because the texture is a bit thick, but nothing a spoon can't solve. I recommend these, they're scrumps!
Better as a Cat Food
I absolutely loved Tiki Cat, so I wanted to try it for our Pomeranian. What I loved about Tiki Cat was that the canned wet food was ACTUAL shredded pieces of meat and whatever ingredients were in there. It’s such a shame that the dog food is pâté. When we opened the first few cans on the first case, some of the fat (I think) was gelatinous on top. It almost looked kind of moldy. We tried another case and it made our dog throw up :(
Tiki? Yes, please-y!
This is a perfect topper for kibbles. One can over kibbles split between 5 dogs is enough to give it all a good coating and make the plain kibbles more appealing!
Not as good as pouches
My 3 lb Yorkie loves the Tiki pouches of Tiki food. You seem to be getting rid of Tiki as a whole. I’m going to have to buy her food elsewhere. She is 16 and no way am I taking away her favorite.
Unpleased with food
I know this is pate, but it is incredibly thick. I bought it because my dog is a senior and missing teeth. I thought this would be easier for him to eat, but I guess it's a texture issue for him. He likes the Tiki Dog in the pouches. Another reason I switched from the pouches to the canned food is because you can't really get all of the food out of the pouches.
End of aggravation
My bull terrier is a picky eater, and now that she is sick, I have to give her a lot of medications. I tried putting the pills in cheese, peanut butter, bread, etc, and she would spit the pills out. It was very frustrating. Out of desperation, I started coating the pills with lamb pate and to my surprise she ate every single pill. It's been two weeks since I started doing this and she's been gobbling them. No more aggravation.