Wellness CORE Grain-Free Small Breed Puppy Deboned Turkey Recipe Dry Dog Food
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- Crafted in a smaller kibble size for easy eating.
- Developed using advanced natural nutrition for whole body health.
- Specially formulated with DHA to encourage cognitive development.
- Features premium proteins combined with nutrient-rich superfoods.
- Made in the USA using only the finest globally sourced ingredients.
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41 Customer Reviews
Sharp points are hard to chew
My Chihuahua is struggling to chew this product because it's shape is a flat triangle with three sharp points. She tries to eat it and chew but then spits it out. She then will try and go back to it if it's soft from her first attempt in her mouth getting it wet. Instead she just grabs the larger round kibble in my other dogs bowls that she can chew. The ingredients seem fine and usually she wouldn't even make an attempt to eat anything she smells and dislikes and she does try to eat this but can't chew it. I strongly suggest changing the shape of this product. Puzzled as to why you would put sharp edges on a small breed food. I will not be buying this product again.
Puppy turned away
I started my puppy on this after transitioning from another brand but she did not like and refused to eat it.
I transitioned my Yorkie pup from Hills Science Diet from the breeder to this grain free small breed puppy formula. So far, my dog likes it and didn't have any issues transitioning. I think the small triangle shape kibbles are perfect for small breeds. Because Yorkie's can be prone to stomach sensitivities and allergies, I decided on a grain free diet to hopefully prevent any of those issues in the future. If my pup doesn't get tired of this food, I will get him the adult formula when he turns 10-12 months old.
Petite Pug Puppy Approved!
This food makes our pug puppie's coat so soft and healthy! Also healthy skin/wrinkles! She is very active and isn't even 14 lbs at 9 months, so very small. We tried a different similar quality puppy food before this one with lesser results. She is so fit and trim with this food, and loves it!
Won't eat this
This was my first choice of dry food for my Westie puppy but she refuses it. I've tried now for six weeks. She likes Rachel Ray puppy food so I guess I have to settle. She will eat the Wellness canned food for puppies, however.
Quality food but my puppy doesn't like it
My 2# Maltese is not fond of this food. He will only eat it if he's desperate. He'll scour every inch on the floor for food with a plate full of his Wellness sitting right there. I started giving him a small amount of canned food 2x a day so he gets enough nutrients. The kibble size is triangular in shape and a little big for my small breed puppy.
Part 2 of sale
This was the other buy one get one half off , but she’s definitely not having either one . Tried mixing it with wet food . The small breed and puppy . They were abit hard so maybe that’s why.
Awesome Puppy Food
I highly recommend this food for any small breed puppies. I have my puppy Malshi (maltese x shih tzu) and he loves it!
We have a great dane puppy that has a food allergy. This is what she can eat. I wish it came in large breed puppy.
Miniature Dachshund puppy loves it
He wasn’t very interested or eating all of his previous brand puppy food that he came with so we switched to this and what a difference! He eats all of what he’s given and he has very healthy looking poops. Must be the probiotics.