Wellness CORE Small Breed Adult Dog Food - Doctors Foster and Smith
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Has anyone tried the Wellness CORE Small Breed Adult Dog Food? I want to know if this would be the best dry dog food for my Schnauzer/Terrier mix. I just bought the Blue Small Breed Adult dog food and read some terrible reviews and would like to return it for a different brand. Thanks in advance!
Wellness CORE Small Breed Adult Dog Food is a more thoughtful alternative to grain-free diets in the marketplace delivering the meat content consumers are looking for, without the excess fat, calories or minerals their dog doesn't need. Carefully controlling the levels of fat, calories and minerals supports the most important part of an animal...the CORE, and allows the pet parent to safely feed every day. Great for dogs of all lifestyles: for working and highly active dogs or dogs with a more sedentary lifestyle. No meat by-products, no wheat or wheat gluten, no soy, no dairy, no corn, no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Real turkey provides the all natural mouth-watering taste that dogs love. Wholesome fruits like apples and blueberries and greens like parsley, kale and broccoli provide phyto-chemicals, micro-nutrients and antioxidants. Made just for small breed dogs, Wellness CORE Small Breed Adult Dog Food is formulated with high-quality protein to help support higher energy needs, glucosamine and chondroitin to help maintain bone and joint health and Omega fatty acids from salmon oil to support healthy skin and a shiny coat.
Wellness Core Small Breed Dog Food 8 lb. | Dog | Pet Supermarket
Wellness CORE Grain Free Small Breed Formula Dry Dog Food.
*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles100% Complete and Balanced Nutrition for Your Adult DogWellness® CORE® Small Breed Formula Adult Dog Food is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for maintenance.I have three dogs and they all eat poop. I have tried everything so I appreciate all suggestions on how to stop this. I think it is hopeless though since one dog is 9 yrs old and one is 8 yrs old and now they have taught the puppy to do it also. The puppy is small and I have to watch her constantly because she will eat it as fast as it comes out and I can’t seem to get her regulated to go just twice a day. The older dogs go right after eating twice a day and I am out with them and scoop it up right away. That is the only way I can keep them from eating it. The older dogs are on Wellness Core for small breeds and the puppy eats Wellness canned because she always gets the runs when I add dry food. She is full grown but only weighs not quite 4 lbs…not sure if that has anything to do with it or not. Anyway, the poop eating drives me up the wall!!!!!weezerweeks, when I went to the “link” you posted it didn’t have anything to do with wellness dog food..? The thing you need to do is go to and look under dog food. Then go to the foods for small breeds. It will list all their small breed foods that they make. Maybe that will be clearer to you. There is only one small breed grain free and it is Core Small Breed. All the other small breed formulas contain grain. They do make regular Core, which are grain free and in their Simple Line there are some grain free formulas. I hope that helps.My 2 Long Coat Chi’s eat 1/2 cup of Wellness Core per day. They do awesome on it and their coats look great. They are tiny (3 lbs) so I was worried to put them on a high protein diet. The truth is that this has been the best food that they have ever eaten. Their coats are so shiny and long and they aren’t fat at all. They are lean and as muscular as can be for small dogs. Today I switched them to the brand new Wellness Core Small breed and they are loving it. I would assume they will continue eating the same amount as its just smaller bites and easier to chew. They do have to go outside an extra time but it’s because the food is so good and easy to digest, which is a good thing! I’m excited to see how well they do on the Core Small Breed.