Product Review: Wellness CORE Grain Free Salmon, Whitefish and Herring Formula

Pet Product Review – Wellness CORE Grain Free Salmon, Whitefish and Herring Formula Canned Dog Food 5 oz can

As you may know, the other day I posted a review on a superior Cat food product manufactured by Wellness Natural Food and Treats for Pets. Today, I am posting my review of one of their dog food formulas – Wellness CORE Grain Free Salmon, Whitefish and Herring Formula Canned Dog Food 5 oz can.

Wellness Core Dog Food

Wellness CORE canned formulas for Dogs and Cats together represent Wellness’s successful efforts in providing a higher protein, grain-free pet food that is nutrient-packed and contains high quality protein sources that are grain free right down to the source. What drove their initiative was the desire to bring your dog back to a diet similar to a “raw” diet that is most natural with their genetic make up and being; a diet rich in nutrients and meets that are super high in valuable protein. Left out is the caloric density that can create long-term obesity.

Let’s talk about taste. I mixed a 5 oz can of Wellness CORE Grain Free Salmon, Whitefish and Herring Formula Canned Dog Food in with my Dog Champ’s regular dry food. This is recommended by the way. Champ who is a very finicky eater consumed his whole bowl right away and seemed to really enjoy the seafood. Champ has tried other brands of seafood based dogfood, rejects most all of the seafood varieties; especially the kinds that look like chum. As Champ’s server, I found Wellness CORE Grain Free Salmon, Whitefish and Herring Formula Canned Dog Food to have a pleasant smell, not over powering, and a good consistency for mixing in with dry food.

I highly recommend Wellness CORE Grain Free Salmon, Whitefish and Herring Formula Canned Dog Food brands. If you’re shopping online, I recommend going to PetFoodDirect.com for this brand. They have the best prices I saw and ship quickly. This link will bring your directly to the Wellness page: Petfooddirect.com/wellness/seafood.

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