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Wellness Petite Entrees Mini Filets Dog Food - an independent review, star rating and recall history by the editors of The Dog Food Advisor.
In the overall scheme of things, this is definitely an above-average pet food you can serve to your companion animals without guilt. However, as air-dried foods go, I’d definitely give higher marks to Real Meat dog foods. Real Meat makes their foods from 90% free-range meat while Wellness Core Air Dried is 70% meat. They then boost up their protein numbers with peas and chickpeas which as the reviews note don;t have the same kind of bio-available proteins to a carnivorous pet that meat does. And you can purchase Real Meat food for just about the same price.
Hi Brenda… As you can see by my review, Wellness Core is an excellent product. Unfortunately, due to the biological uniqueness of each pet, I cannot provide customized reviews and product comparisons for each reader. For more help, please check out my reviews and visit our . Look for the topic, “Help Me Choose a Dog Food”. Or check back for a possible response from one of our other readers.
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Wellness Dog Food | Review | Rating | Recalls - Dog Food Advisor
As far as this review is concerned, we will be talking about the Wellness Core Large Breed Formula Dry Dog Food, which is one of the best grain-free dog food options ever introduced to the pet food industry.Have you fed your dog any of the Wellness dog food dry or canned formulas? Do you have feedback that could help other pet owners? Please share your review of Wellness dog food!Owner reviews are overwhelmingly positive, with the only complaints being about the price of the food. Because the company uses the highest quality ingredients, Wellness dog food can be more expensive than other brands. However, most owners report that the food increases their pet’s health, energy, and even their coat.I have had my Golden Retriever on Wellness Senior Canned Chicken for several years. She is only able to have wet dog food so I buy over 6 cases per month. Over 1 year ago, I began experiencing a drastic inconsistency in the food from a firm chicken pate to batches that were orange in color, runny in consistency, lacking vegetables, and surrounded with a 1/4 inch of fatty film which was gel like. My dog began to have stomach issues and I contacted the Wellness Consumer representative. I was told that there were 2 plants that produced the product with 2 different methods of preparation; one batch was prepared in the can, the other was produced in large batches and then placed in the can. I sent pictures of the cans and the contents also showing the jelly like liquid throughout the food. This went on for 1 year with 2 more communications to the consumer representative. All of these cases were dated 2019 and purchased in Laguna Niguel California. I did not understand how 2 different methods of preparation could result in 2 very significantly different recipes which looked, smelled and tasted different and also caused gastric upset to my dog. I did not want to switch because my dog is a Senior and had been on the dog food for 2 years without this problem until one year ago. I was told that the rep would look into the problem. I never received a letter of acknowledgement and confirmation that the problem had been corrected, but was told he would look into it. Recently, I was able to secure 6 cases of dog food from the West Coast distributor dated 2020 which did look a little better like the chicken pate quality I had purchased prior to 2019. No orange, no mushy consistency, with vegetables and the fat that was previously inside of the dog food now surrounds the outside of the can. I remove the contents with a butter knife and scrape all of the fat off the dog food which results in less dog food per can. The price for Wellness is not cheap by any means, and I am very disappointed that the industry has changed so much that you can not be assured of the consistency due to lack of quality control and numerous plants producing the food. I assure you when I purchase my next pet, Wellness will not be considered as a candidate for her diet. There is no excuse for people having to scrape out bad contents and wonder each time they open a case if it will be the same. If this was baby food being given to a child having had the inconsistency of this food, I assure you there would be more than comments to Wellness to consider by me.