Support the 5 Signs of Wellbeing in Your Dog
Nutritious, balanced blends of high-quality proteins, select fats and wholesome grains provide the energy your best friend needs for a healthy life.
SKIN & COAT:
Nourish skin and coat health with essential vitamins and minerals and guaranteed levels of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.
High-quality proteins and vitamins A and E support healthy immunity for optimum overall health.
Prebiotics, probiotics and healthy fiber combine to help support a healthy digestive system.
EYES, TEETH AND GUMS:
Vitamin A and calcium provide support for healthy eyes, teeth and gums.
Wellness is committed to creating nourishing, innovative, natural foods to help your furry friends enjoy a lifetime of happiness and health. Their team of animal lovers, nutritionists and vets is dedicated to finding new ways to help dogs and cats thrive. For thoughtful recipes made using high-quality, natural ingredients, choose Wellness—for nose-to-tail wellbeing!
My cats have been on Wellness brand for several years and have done great on it and even lost a little weight like they needed too. When we adopted our puppy she was eating Pro Plan so we continued with that until Pro Plan recently did something to their formula. She would not touch it as it made her super sick. I decided to switch to this brand since my felines do so well on it and it worked miracles!! She loves the food and all of her digestive issues cleared up within a day. I also used to give my pup probiotics with her old food but this food has it in it already so it saves me money because I no longer have to buy it and the food. Definitely give this great food a try. It has worked wonders with my fur family!
We have fed our Maltese, English Bulldog and poodle wellness dog foods for over 10+ years no issues. Now our Cane Corso puppy is eating it with no issues and loves it. Depends on your dog’s allergies different ingredients may be required so reading is fundamental and of course knowing your dog. You definitely get what you pay for with this dog food.
As my babies approach 18 mo., I began the research into a food that was healthful and was available as a lifecycle food. This food not only contained fewer questionable ingredients than their current puppy food (Blue Buffalo) but is less costly.
I bought this for my boxer puppy because I loved the ingredients and it had some really nice reviews. I did see all of the warnings from people about it giving their puppy diarrhea, but I was hoping it would work for us. It was not a good choice. My puppy did not like the food at all and the bit that she did eat (after I added broth and chicken, etc to get her to eat it) gave her diarrhea immediately. It was a waste of money for us.
This food said it was for boxers. My boxer did not like it would not eat it. So as far as I'm concerned there's no value to it.
Started my Great Dane puppy on this when she arrived, loose stool from the get go. After reading reviews, transitioned to Nutro. Almost immediately stools improved, and the pup's reluctance to toilet out doors disappeared. Energy level increased, happier dog. Something is definitely off with this brand.
We are transitioning our 4 month old german shepherd puppy to this food. We were using blue wilderness but he didn't like it. Hopefully he'll like this food without any problems.
My puppy doesn’t like this food. I am slowly mixing it in to her original food and she only eats that.
This seemed like great high quality dog food. My pit bull puppy was not doing as well as I wanted him too on Blue and this was rated as good food for pit bulls. My pup did not like this food he turned his nose up at it. Normally he’s jumping into his food. I put him on a bland diet a couple times thinking something was wrong. I would try to hand feed him and he wouldn’t take it. I ended up switching him to Purina Pro and he loves it and it’s easy on his stomach.
I bought this because it appeared in the image to be a round kibble. This kibble is a different shape than the picture- flat, large, triangle. I bought this specifically looking for a round kibble because flat kibble causes increased air in stomach for some dogs which can be dangerous. Chewy should update the image because it is misleading.