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 Free Spirit Chicken & Pearl Millet Formula to The Honest Kitchen Whole Grain Clusters – Chicken & Oat Recipe. The Honest Kitchen’s Whole Grain Clusters line is intended as an alternative to traditional kibble focused on healthy ingredients and minimal processing; points we like to make with our kibble as well. We’ll compare the ingredients, calories, and pricing of each of these formulas and see how they differ. Both formulas incorporate chicken as its first ingredient and are both grain inclusive making this comparison even. Honest Kitchen Ingredients Comparison Canine Caviar = 31 ingredients. The Honest...Read More
Limited Ingredient Diets offer nutrition while limiting the number of ingredients your dog is exposed to. It’s great news for dogs with allergies and pet parents who are looking for simpler healthy dog food. The truth is though, not all limited ingredient diets are made equal. Today we’d like to compare our formula to illustrate just how different formulas can be. Let’s compare Canine Caviar’s Open Meadow Lamb & Pearl Millet formula to Taste of the Wild Prey Trout recipe. We’ll compare the ingredients, calories, and pricing of each of these formulas and see how they differ. Both formulas incorporate fish as...Read More
Today we’ll be comparing Acana vs Orijen vs Canine Caviar Limited Ingredient. I originally created this comparison in 2019 but Acana and Orijen decided to change their formulas in early 2020 facilitating this updated comparison. Canine Caviar Limited Ingredient helps dog owners with high quality kibbles made from healthy holistic sources and minimal processing. Our focus is always on your dog’s health and how proper nutrition can elevate the life of your dog. We’ll be comparing Acana vs Orijen vs Canine Caviar to see the differences between one another. We’ll compare them in terms of ingredients, profile, calories, price, and...Read More
Venison kibble is a favorite in the dog food community due to its novel nature and outstanding benefits to dog health. Canine Caviar has just released their new venison kibble, Leaping Spirit out to the public now with Pearl Millet as it’s carbohydrate source instead of Split Pea. If you’re interested in looking at our new venison or buying online, click here. Today we’ll be comparing Canine Caviar’s Leaping Spirit venison formula with other similar brands in the market. There are many differences between venison diets among different brands. We’ll look at the ingredient lists for each as well as...Read More
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