Most experts would agree that a wet diet is better for dogs than dry kibble. While they can both offer a nutritionally balanced diet, wet food has higher water content. It’s usually more nutrient dense, too. Petcurean NOW FRESH is taking their wet food game up a notch by offering a grain- and gluten-free food stored in sustainable packaging.
Dry kibble is the most common diet fed to companion dogs, because it is convenient and inexpensive. Wet food offers the same convenience, but it is almost always more expensive than it’s dry counterpart.
If you’re considering a wet food diet to entice a picky eater or to add some moisture to your dog’s dry dinner, you can use wet food as a topper instead of a full meal. This will cut down on the cost and add a little variety to Fido’s food.
Petcurean specializes in making premium pet foods that are formulated by their trusted team of veterinary nutritionists. It’s not a cheap option, but the nutrition their foods offer is top-quality. That’s why I wanted to check out Petcurean NOW FRESH wet dog food – to see if the quality is worth the added expense.
Petcurean NOW FRESH Wet Dog Food Review
Petcurean NOW FRESH wet dog food is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the Association of American Feed Control Officials Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for All Life Stages including growth of large breeds weighing 70 pounds or more as an adult.
This dog food is made with non-GMO ingredients. All recipes are formulated with 100% fresh meat, potatoes, carrots, peas, cranberries, sweet potatoes, apples and bone broth. The recipes are also grain- and gluten-free.
Petcurean NOW FRESH wet dog food is available in two recipes for small breeds – shredded turkey and pork pâté. There are also many different recipes available for all life stages, including:
- Pork Stew
- Turkey Stew
- Shredded Chicken
- Chicken Pâté
- Shredded Lamb
- Salmon Stew
- Salmon Pâté
- Cod Pâté
I show the Shredded Lamb recipe in my video review. The full list of ingredients for that recipe is: lamb, chicken bone broth, turkey bone broth, chicken, chicken liver, peas, carrots, pork plasma, tapioca, cod liver, sweet potatoes, cranberries, sodium tripolyphosphate, calcium carbonate, cassia gum, guar gum, coconut oil, salt, vegetable juice, fruit juice, paprika, turmeric, vitamins (vitamin E supplement, niacin, d-calcium pantothenate, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, pyridoxine hydrochloride, folic acid, biotin, vitamin B12 supplement), minerals (zinc proteinate, iron proteinate, copper proteinate, manganese proteinate, calcium iodate, selenium yeast)
Before I do business with a company, I always do my research to make sure they are reputable. This is especially important to me when it comes to the food that I feed my family (including the furry members).
Not only does Petcurean pride themselves on offering premium quality pet food, they also have a commitment to sustainability.
Petcurean NOW FRESH wet food comes in a Tetra Pak carton that is sustainable and 100% recyclable. I also like the fact that the container is reclosable, which is convenient if you’re only planning to use it as a snack or food topper.
As with any high-quality dog food made with top-quality ingredients, the price of Petcurean NOW FRESH won’t fit into everyone’s budget. You can purchase a 12-pack on Amazon for $69.99. I also found it for $47.88 on Chewy.com. If you shop around and/or check your local pet store, you may be able to find any even better deal than that.
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