This blog is for all of you enthusiastic dog owners looking for helpful tips to improve the quality of health in your dog. We’ll provide tips, health topics and answer questions all surrounding your special pooch.
Today we are comparing Canine Caviar’s Open Meadow Lamb & Pearl Millet formula to Open Farm Lamb & Ancient Grains formula. It’s important to consider different factors when evaluating products. We’ll compare the ingredients, calories, and pricing of each of these formulas and see how they differ. Both formulas incorporate lamb as its first ingredient making this comparison even. Open Farm Ingredients Comparison Canine Caviar = 31 ingredients. Open Farm = 35 ingredients. Ingredients are important for any dog food. They let you know what proteins, carbohydrates, and other essential nutrients your dog receives. Open Farm and Canine Caviar’s approach formulation and...Read More
Buffalo kibble has risen in popularity in recent years due to its use as a novel protein. Novel proteins are protein sources dogs do not commonly consume. This lessens the likelihood of allergic reactions. Allergies have become a major concern for dog owners who have realized the severity allergies can have on their furry family members. Sadly, not all buffalo kibble is made the same. There are many differences between buffalo diets among different brands. Many buffalo kibbles use other proteins and other complex formulas which take away the great benefits can provide. Let’s compare Canine Caviar’s Open Range Buffalo...Read More
Today we are comparing Canine Caviar’s Open Sky Duck & Chickpea formula to Farmina N&D Quinoa Skin & Coat Duck formula. It’s important to consider different factors when evaluating products. We’ll compare the ingredients, calories, and pricing of each of these formulas and see how they differ. Both formulas incorporate duck as its first ingredient making this comparison even. Farmina Ingredients Comparison Canine Caviar = 31 ingredients. Farmina = 45 ingredients. Ingredients are one of the most important aspects to any dog food. They let you know what proteins, carbohydrates, and other essential nutrients your dog receives. Farmina and Canine...Read More
Canine Caviar always focuses on making dog treats that are both healthy and natural as possible. This philosophy has sprung our line of Dehydrated Buffalo Treats, Synergy Vegetable Mix, Sun-Dried Kelp Supplement, and our top selling Dried Sweet Potato treats. Our sweet potato in particular is a fan favorite for dogs and owners alike. What makes our sweet potato treats so delicious? How does it stick out to other sweet potato treats? Today, we will answer these questions by comparing Canine Caviar’s sweet potato treats to other competitors. We’ll look at the quality of our treats and how we set...Read More
Canine Caviar is back with another comparison. Today, we are going to compare Life’s Abundance to Canine Caviar to see the differences between one another. We’ll compare the two brands in terms of ingredients, profile, calories, price, and cost to feed. In order for this comparison to be appropriate, we’ll use formulas that are close to each other in protein and structure. That way, the results are relative and you can make a better informed decision. We’ll compare Canine Caviar Free Spirit and Life’s Abundance All Life Stages. They both feature chicken as the main ingredient, are grain inclusive and are designed for all life...Read More