Savemart just starting selling "DOGSWELL" Nutrisca Prem canned food. What do you know about...
I have never heard of this brand of dog food before. The best canned food that I have found is Blue Buffalo, they use real veggies. I was just putting some in my dogs bowl last night and seen they had actual peas inside of the can.
I would suggest looking at a site like Amazon.com, Petsmart.com, or even Petco.com
By going to those sites you will be able to find out if they sell the food or not. If they do then you could easily read some of the reviews about what other people have thought about that brand of food. If you want even more information you may want to check with your vets office to and see if any of the staff has used that brand before and what kind of results they have had with them.
I don't recommend canned food for a staple diet. Way too many dogs have dental problems when fed a staple diet of canned foods. Stick with a dry kibble.
As for the brand, I've never heard of it. I've also never heard of Savemart, but from the sound of the store's name, it sounds like it's a cheap wal*mart type store, which probably doesn't have too high quality dog foods.
I did a search on the brand, it seems ok, but I didn't do too much research on it.
I feed my dogs (Golden & a overweight terrier mix) Blue & Wellness Dry dog food. But I also give them a bit of canned food in the morning.
SaveMart is a big grocery chain in N. Calif . Like Raley's. It usually does not carry high quality dog food, but I have noticed in the last year that it is adding some to the shelves.
I checked it out and Dogswell made the 2010 "The Whole Dog Journal". It received 5 stars on the "Dog food Advisor" site. It has:
NO: soy,rice,corn,grains,gluten,wheat.BHA/BHT,ethoxyquin, by-products,artificial anything! I have seen it at some pet stores.
So I guess I answered my own question...Thank You
by cheekie368 9 years ago
Our dog is diabetic. The canned food is awful is there a way to make a gravy for his dry food?
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