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Dog Food Review:California Natural Dog Food

Updated on March 24, 2013

When you are looking for a range of food products for your pet, California Natural dog food is one of those you need to look at. Not only do they take care of the nutritional requirements, there is a wide range of products which is designed specially for those dogs which have a sensitive stomach and exhibit allergic reactions to certain food products. Let us take a glance at what the products contain and how they benefit the dog.

California Natural Dog Food
California Natural Dog Food

California Natural Lamb and Brown Rice for the adult dog: This meal is prepared from the highest quality of lamb meat. Superior grade brown rice together with flaxseed is used in order to help the sensitive stomach digest the food easily. This meal can be fed to dogs of all breeds. Sunflower oil is another ingredient used in this product for ease of digestion and for supplying the energy required for day to day activity and endurance. The food is available in either the dry form or in the canned form. Both are the same in terms of the nutrients that they offer.

California Natural Chicken Meal and Rice for the adult dog: This product consists of premium quality chicken. This forms the major source of protein in this feed. Besides chicken, graded quality of brown and white rice is used which serves as the supplier of energy which in turn is broken down to produce energy. Flaxseed and sunflower oil too provide energy. They provide omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids which are necessary for the development of a strong immune system and also for the growth of a healthy skin and coat. This meal is extremely nutritious as it takes care of all the aspects of a dog’s average nutrition requirement. Not only is it nutritious, it is also tasty.

California adult low fat rice and lamb meal for adult dogs: Just like the way excess fat is bad for the health of humans, so is it the case for animals. Over feeding and lack of any physical activity can make a pet dog over weight. This could lead to problems such as the wearing away of joints and increased occurrences of fractures. Cardio vascular problems can also result due to obesity. When you realise that your pet has crossed the normal weight mark, you must immediately take precautions to prevent the weight from increasing further before putting your pet on a regular exercise regimen. California Natural Low Fat Rice and Lamb Meal diet ensures that the pet gets all its energy while there is minimal fat deposition. This suits even older dogs whose energy requirements may be lesser than their voracious appetite. This is a good substitute for the rice and lamb diet. The low fat version has fewer calories and has added amino acids to increase the protein content. Chicken may also be used in the place of Lamb.

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    • MarloByDesign profile image

      MarloByDesign 

      7 years ago from United States

      Awesome, just curious because I just switched to this food from Natural Balance and my dogs won't really eat it, hmmm...

    • quaywards profile imageAUTHOR

      quaywards 

      7 years ago

      No - I don't work for them. Right now, I'm just reviewing all the dog food in the market and trying to be as objective as I can.

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      MarloByDesign 

      7 years ago from United States

      If I may ask, do you work for California Natural Dog or are your a Customer? Your answer would help me figure out if I should try this dog food or not. Thanks!

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