PetGuard Canned Dog Food | Review | Rating | Recalls
PetGuard Canned Dog Food - an independent review, star rating and recall history by the editors of The Dog Food Advisor.
Thank you for such complete reviews. I switched from Eagle Pack to Pet Guard because I can get this so near my house, and only at our health food store, which is so so cautious about what is put on the shelf. I feel great about using PetGuard Lifespan and all 3 dogs are doing great!
I am using the non-vegetarian Petguard Lifepath organic version w/chicken. . I wanted to leave my comments.. First off, I highly disagree with this review, and I want to say first that I am very passionate about feeding dogs the right foods and ensuring their proper development, growth, and general health thruout their lives.. I also want to say this site has given me lots of information about dog food and I am grateful for this site, however I really feel some of the information here is contradictory.. For example, soybeans are not proven toxic or allergenic to dogs, and you will find in the research/literature that literally every source of food has been documented as potentially toxic to dogs, even meat such as chicken. I think it is wrong and unfair to label soybeans, especially when they are of this good quality, I am speaking of non-gmo and organic, as harmful; they truly are not and I will let you do the research to find out for your own knowledge.. I also don’t like/believe the claim that simply because a food is listed a quarter of the way down the ingredients that it doesn’t affect the quality or nutrition, again this is simply an opinion without any fact or evidence behind it. You wouldn’t put the same amount of cranberries as you do chicken that is common sense, you see? You really need to come to your own conclusions and be intelligent when you are going thru this site..
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Karin – even organic does not mean sufficient quality ingredients. PetGuard, a formerly fine food for both dogs and cats, now has an organic formula but the inclusion of certain grains has depreciated the value of this food. Slapping the organic label on a can or bag is just not sufficient anymore. Read the label and learn the meaning of the ingredients. And also don’t believe that a food now sufficient in nutrients will remain so. Far too many companies are cutting costs by lowering previously high standards. You must keep on reading the labels to protect your pets.