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Tiki Dog Pipeline Luau Ahi Tuna on Brown Rice Canned Dog Food

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Description

Tiki Dog's Pipeline Luau Recipe is made with wild caught Ahi Tuna loin that is flaked and tossed with a small amount of brown rice, hand-diced carrots, chopped whole scrambled egg, a couple slivers of whole garlic, and kale leaves. It's simmered in an Ahi Tuna consomme broth made with the bones, heads, and unused portions of the tuna in a traditional stock method to produce naturally occurring flavors. Sunflower oil, vitamins and minerals are then added to create a tasty, healthy meal your dog will love.

Key Benefits
  • Low grain, zero carb gourmet dog food made with Ahi tuna loins, brown rice, carrots, chopped whole scrambled egg, baby prawns and other nutritious whole food ingredients
  • Ahi tuna consommé is great for adding extra moisture to your dog's diet and helps mimic a biologically appropriate diet
  • Starch and flour free, zero glycemic index
  • High in protein and suitable for all life stages
  • Ahi tuna is highly palatable, rich in essential omega fatty acids, and beneficial for dogs suffering protein allergies, also helps with skin and coat repair

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  • Item Number
    49139
  • Packaging Type
    Can
  • Food Texture
    Shredded
  • Breed Size
    All Breeds
  • Food Form
    Wet Food
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Special Diet
    High-Protein, Low Glycemic, Gluten Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Pea-Free
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Ahi Tuna 44%, Tuna Consomme 41%, Brown Rice 4%, Carrot 4%, Egg 3%, Sunflower Seed Oil 1%, Contains Less Than 1% of the Following: Calcium Lactate, Garlic, Kale, Dicalcium Phosphate, Tuna Fish Oil, Choline Chloride, Vitamin E Supplement, Zinc Sulfate, Ferrous Sulfate, Thiamine Mononitrate, Niacin, Calcium Pantothenate, Manganese Sulphate, Vitamin A Acetate, Potassium Iodide, Copper Sulfate, Riboflavin Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12 Supplement.

Caloric Content

14.1 oz Can: 1,120 kcal/kg; 448 kcal/can

2.8 oz Can: 1,120 kcal/kg; 89 kcal/can

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein12.0% min
Crude Fat2.0% min
Crude Fiber1.5% max
Moisture78.0% max
Ash2.5% max
Feeding Instructions

Great to feed solely or to supplement a dry food diet by adding the missing moisture and boosting the necessary protein and fat levels missing from kibble.

Transition Instructions

The best way to transition to a new food is to switch gradually over the course of 7-10 days. For example, make a mixture that contains 25% of the new food and 75% of the old food and feed that for three days. Then make it 50-50 for three more days, then 75% new food and 25% old food for three more days. If your dog seems comfortable with this progression, you can start feeding 100% new food. If at any time your pet starts vomiting, has loose stools, or appears constipated, slow the rate at which you are switching the food. If problems continue to occur, consult your veterinarian.

FAQ

Why Thailand?

Our canning partner in Thailand has a wonderful history of human food supply for restaurants and grocery in fresh, fr ozen, and canned products. Our human products formulated for your cats and dogs are made with higher human food safety standards than current U.S. food safety standards today.Manufacturers of canned pet foods within the U.S.A. may work with some human grade ingredients, however their cannery lines are never exclusively human grade and their long list of material sourcing sets a lower standard of quality control than we have been willing to forgo.Our foods are produced in award winning human-grade canning plants in the country of Thailand. In fact, we are utilizing a canning plant that is the #1 most sophisticated, state - of - the - art plant in the country. Our supplier relationship spans over fourteen years.

Human Grade Certified?

All Tiki ingredients are USDA certified for Human consumption. All formulas are manufactured in a human food - grade factory and only utilize fresh, food - grade raw materials.

ISSF Member?

International Seafood Sustainability Foundation. Our Fishery is a member of ISSF, supporting all initiatives to protect our oceans from pollution and damage to our marine environment. We only supply sustainable seafood proteins and conduct our operation under strict environmental fishing practices.

US Managed?

Although our products are manufactured outside the US, the company is owned and operated here. The US Department of Commerce has registered Petropics Gourmet Whole Foods as a US company and promotes us at international shows and trade events. Manufacturing only represents 15% of our trade, with 85% of our business trading within the US.

Monterey Bay Seafood Watch?

We follow the Monterey Bay Seafood Watch “Best Choice” guidelines to ensure seafood sustainability, food safety, and protection of our ocean’s ecosystem. Our Tuna, Sardines, & Mackerel are well stocked wild catch seafood products on the market today.

CIAT/IATTC Dolphin Safe Certification?

Our seafood is caught from our own fishing vessels in the South Pacific - where mercury levels and pollutants are at their lowest possible levels. Our Tuna is caught with short line rods (which catch smaller, younger fish) to eliminate concerns of mercury. We never use nets for sardines that drag on the ocean’s floor and harm the ecosystem. We never place dolphins in danger.

Best Food Safety Standards in the World?

We are certified by the top human food safety organizations in the world. All ingredients are tested for pesticides, pathogens, heavy metals, antibiotics and other contaminants prior to processing.

Big Nutrition for Small Dogs

Small dogs come in all shapes and personalities with some being fussy eaters, while others may lick their bowl clean. Many have long, beautiful coats or round, waddling bodies, while others are thin and wiry in every way. That's why Tiki Dog created Tiki Dog Aloha Petites—to deliver a high-quality line of food as diverse as petite dogs are, formed in bites made especially for their small teeth and jaws.

Big Nutrition for Small Dogs
Nutrient-Dense Deliciousness

Nutrient-Dense Deliciousness

When it comes to flavor, look no further! Tiki Dog Aloha Petites includes tasty wet foods that feature shredded meats and flaked fish, all in different combinations and textures. Coconut and kale pack in vitamins and antioxidants, while high-quality proteins like USA-sourced chicken nourish lean muscles. Without potatoes, corn or wheat, you've got a ready-to-serve meal that’s big on nutrition and flavor.

Baked, Bite-Size Kibble

Perfect for little mouths, Tiki Dog Aloha Petites dry food is made with small pieces so the kibble is easy to eat, and baked—not extruded—to maintain all the flavor and nutrients. Each crunchy, savory meal offers complete and balanced nutrition in bite-size pieces perfectly proportioned for little jaws.

A Variety of Textures and Flavors

A Variety of Textures and Flavors

With so many assorted flavors and a range of textures, even the pickiest of small dogs will discover a favorite. Pick between wet or dry food—or mix and match—and choose a delicious topper. It's that easy to make the meal of your pal's dreams. There's something for everyone, and enough variety to make mealtime a surprise in every bowl.

About Tiki Pets

With a passion for nutrition, Tiki Pets set out to create healthy and delicious pet foods that are made using only high-quality, all-natural ingredients and none of the junk. They believe that real ingredients are essential for dogs and cats, which is why all their formulations feature high-quality animal protein sources as the first ingredient. And with such a wide variety of flavors and textures to choose from—and mix and match between—you can be sure to find the right combination for your cat or petite dog.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Another Tiki success!

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    Our Maltese Shih-Tzu has been eating Tiki Dog food for a few years and has loved all the flavors that we have been buying for him. We fed the Pipeline Luau Ahi Tuna flavor to him for the first time and he loved it, too! We now have quite a variety of Tiki flavors including Kauai Luau (chicken with prawns with lobster consommé) and Lahaina Luau (chicken and crab with crab consommé), as well as the flavors in the Aloha Petites Variety Pack. The quality and appearance of the food are excellent, and I've even been tempted to taste them myself (but I haven't)!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Delightful

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    I have only tried this particular line of Tiki Dog products, which oddly does not appear on their website despite being commonly available. Weird. Our 12 year old Kelpie adores all six (?) of the varieties, and while "canned dog food made of fish" seems like a formula for disaster it has a superb texture and a fine smell. Numerous review sites give these foods high marks for content (good protein, no fillers, grain-light or grain-free). She eats a mix of kibble, canned, and frozen/fresh/raw food mostly for the variety of proteins but also so she doesn't get bored (which she inevitably does anyway after a couple years). Tiki has been a part of that for a very long time. We've worked hard to ensure I have only tried this particular line of Tiki Dog products, which oddly does not appear on their website despite being commonly available. Weird. Our 12 year old Kelpie adores all six (?) of the varieties, and while "canned dog food made of fish" seems like a formula for disaster it has a superb texture and a fine smell. Numerous review sites give these foods high marks for content (good protein, no fillers, grain-light or grain-free). She eats a mix of kibble, canned, and frozen/fresh/raw food mostly for the variety of proteins but also so she doesn't get bored (which she inevitably does anyway after a couple years). Tiki has been a part of that for a very long time. We've worked hard to ensure our love has a good diet, and everyone we meet asks how many weeks old she is. When we say 624 they're amazed. :) … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    My dog did not like it

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    I tried this as part of a variety pack from my holistic dog food store as they recommended it to me since they stopped carrying Almo Nature. They said it would be the closest to what i was looking for. FYI, it wasn’t. Almo Nature is just chicken & rice (shredded up). Tiki Dog is bit heartier and has more ingredients in it, but at least it’s not a pate food. So my dog food shop was right on texture but tiki dog turned out to be much too rich for my Fonzi boy. The food smells good and he seemed to like the Lahaina chicken one the best. He also liked the chicken and prawn one but Lahaina was his fave. We tried this tuna one and he hated it. He didn’t eat it all like he did the others. He ate I tried this as part of a variety pack from my holistic dog food store as they recommended it to me since they stopped carrying Almo Nature. They said it would be the closest to what i was looking for. FYI, it wasn’t. Almo Nature is just chicken & rice (shredded up). Tiki Dog is bit heartier and has more ingredients in it, but at least it’s not a pate food. So my dog food shop was right on texture but tiki dog turned out to be much too rich for my Fonzi boy. The food smells good and he seemed to like the Lahaina chicken one the best. He also liked the chicken and prawn one but Lahaina was his fave. We tried this tuna one and he hated it. He didn’t eat it all like he did the others. He ate about 3-5 licks of it and then he threw up. I’m not sure if it was the tuna or something else in it. This one has more of a red sauce in the can, where as the others were more of a chicken broth like color. He didn’t want anything to do w/ it nor did we ever try tiki dog again. I could see that he didn’t really care for it. We went back to Almo Nature as that is LID and more gentle on his stomach. It didn’t work out for my dog, but as far as the food goes, i wouldn’t recommend the tuna unless your dog loves fish. However, the chicken ones and other non-fish flavors, those are really hearty and i think dogs would enjoy those but keep in mind it’s a rich looking/smelling food. It looks like a hearty stew. I’m sure it would work great as a topper as well, but it just didn’t work out for us. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    good solid food

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    This food is not watery at all, plenty of good stuff in these cans. I can see the pieces of kale in there too. Since most of my dog's food is grain free it is good to give her some occasionally with some good grain in it like oats or brown rice and it really does help with her bowels, especially being an older dog. I will buy this again for her.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Some days tuna hits the spot

    By on Top 250 Contributor

    Tuna is a treat for the dogs. They always eat it well and finish their food. Some days I will mix it with some chicken to mix with their freeze dried food. The quality of Tiki Tuna is very good and there is plenty in the can to mix into the dogs' food. This is a good one to always have on hand.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Make a finicky dog eat

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    My dogs love this and it's the perfect size can to use as a topper

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Is it really made for just dogs?

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    Opened the first can today and it smells better than anything I cook and my super picky dog agrees! I love that it's not mush in a can. You can see the ingredients tuna chunks, carrots, ect... It looks like a homemade meal.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Dog and I love it

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    My dog isn't picky but she loves the food and you can actually see the ingredients in the can.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Aloha and Mahalo

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    My dog loves Tiki Dog. From Hawaii and living on Mainland. I never thought my dog would love Luau food but she does. Feel it's fresh, flavorful, healthy. I will alway's have for her.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Not for us

    By on Top 50 Contributor

    Neither one of my dogs liked this variety of Tiki. They picked at it leaving most of it behind. They LOVE other flavors, just not this one.

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