Wellness® Complete Health™ Dog Food
The Difference Is Clear: Pet’s Vitality & Well-Being
Have you ever asked yourself a question why people buy the pet food that claims to contain all-natural and wholesome ingredients, more first-quality proteins, carbohydrates, and necessary amino acids? I do ask these questions all the time when I am in the PetSmart isle looking for the month’s dog or cat food. Our pets become what they eat. Same reference to health and vitality like in us, humans.
Feeding our puppy the Wellness® Complete Health™ dog food – both dry and moist options – does provide the building blocks for his long-term health benefits.
Quality Food Is Like A Good Health Coverage Necessary For Each Dog’s Health.
We are always checking and researching the pet food brands that treat their ingredients supply and develop well-rounded, balanced formulas for dogs and pets.
Did you know that is legal to put into pet foods these so-called “ingredients?”
- Slaughterhouse waste (organs, heads, hooves, beaks, feet)
- Spoiled supermarket meats
- Bread and cereal rejects (hulls, stalks, mill sweepings)
- Dying, diseased and disabled farm animals
- Contaminated grain middlings
- Road kill (deer, skunks, and raccoons)
- Distiller fermentation waste
- Dead zoo animals
- Euthanized cats and dogs
- Restaurant grease
Check out what FDA for pet food labeling has to say about pet food and labeling of it.
Wellness® Complete Health™ has the top-quality ingredients in their dog and cat food lines to positively affect the well-being of our pets. Our puppy Chauncy LOVES Wellness GRAIN FREE variety of dog food. And he goes zonkers for their snacks. Every formula has been formulated with real ingredients that have a trackable record where they come from.
Time will certainly tell if a dog has been eating good quality of food or consuming mediocre remnants of poorly chosen ingredients. Without a well-balanced diet, any pet will experience noticeable signs in physical appearance and changes in: Energy, Skin and Coat, Digestive well-being, Eyes Health, Teeth Health, and Overall Immune System functioning.
Low quality pet food will quickly catch up with what a pet looks like and how it feels.
Check out the Wellness® Complete Health™ ingredients and the story about the company’s ingredient sources and philosophy of formulating dog and cat foods.
I Am A Happy Puppy When I Eat Yummishly Well! WOOF!
11 thoughts on “The Wellness Dog Food Equals Quality Of Pet’s Life”
That’s awesome, it sounds like a great food for our fur babies. I’ll be sure to check this out!
I like that its getting imperative to have quality ingredients in dog food. That five dollars off is a good incentive to try this one, thank you for sharing it!
It’s nice that PetSmart has a lot of options for our beloved fur babies! It’s important that we give them the food that their body needs.
We have been feeding our fur babies the same brand of pet food for a long time, but we are willing to give this Wellness brand a try. I wouldn’t want any of those nasty “ingredients” in my dog’s dish!
The stuff they are allowed to put into dog food is really disgusting. I suppose dogs might eat some of that stuff in the wild, but to purposely add it to their food is a terrible thought. Glad Wellness dog food has quality ingredients.
I haven’t tried this particular food for my cat, but I am a stickler for making sure my furry friend has a food made up of good, quality ingredients.
Dogs are entitled to good and healthy food as much as humans. This looks to be healthy stuff for dogs.
Wellness Complete Health does seem like an awesome dog food. We have a local Pet Smart so that is not a problem. I thought about hurling when I read what is allowed in dog food, if I don’t switch I definitely will be reading labels more often.
I forgot to say in my previous comment that I had no idea that some companies are legally allowed to put such awful things like dead zoo animals and road kill. I am so repulsed right now. Thank you for shining a light on this practice.
My indoor cats love Wellness dry cat food, so I’m not suprised that your sweet Chauncy found their dog food yummy.
I don’t know if my finicky cat will like this but I am willing to give it a try. With some kind of luck they will have a sample size of the dry food to try out!