Hello again dog lovers, back again with some detailed information on another food product called Beaverdam Dog Food. Never heard of it? Yea, me either! Is this a product that you should consider for your pooch? Well, in this article, I will get into the history of this company, the dog products they make available, and where these products can be purchased.

Beaverdam Pet Food| The History

barnA gentleman by the name of Truman Schrock spent his days growing up on a farm with eight other children. As a young boy, he learned the value of hard work while spending his days on the farm. Under the supervision of his father, Truman learned the in and outs of raising crops and livestock.

In 1961 Truman married his bride who was named Mary, and decided as a couple to purchase a piece of real estate named Beaverdam Farm. As a married couple, they had and raised four children on the farm who were involved with the daily tasks as well.

A few years later, in 1970, Truman accepted a job with the Furst Mcness Company where he worked for nearly thirty years. His job required that he work daily with animal nutrition, supplements and various types of feeds.light bulb

It was during this time that Truman became concerned about the ingredients that were contained within dog food and decided to do something about this. What was his next step?

Well, Truman retired from his position in 2003 and then started his own business, The Beaverdam Pet Food. Having spent so much time working with animal nutrition and types of feed, Truman believed that products should be healthy and wholesome, yet affordable.

Beaverdam Dog Food| The Products

The company itself does not carry a wide range of products, and locating a pet store that carries this brand may not be easy. The company has grown from its inception in 2003, and continues to produce formulas that they feel are healthy and nutritious.

Before I get into the dog food recipes made available, let’s take a minute to look at some of the benefits the company feels will make a difference to your four-legged companion. Here are those benefits included in their recipes:

  • A quality, healthy protein
  • Recipes contain no by-products
  • No gluten, corn or wheat
  • Four digestive components including Probiotics, Prebiotoics, Chicory and Yucca
  • No artificial coloring or coloring
  • Contains organic selenium yeast which helps in reducing cancers and Alzheimers
  • Made in the USA
  • Family owned business

There you go, a snapshot of the benefits the company claims in the production of their recipes and formulas. The company labels their recipes as a premium dog food. Let’s take a look at these dog food recipes now.

1. Beaverdam Pet Food Skipper’s Choice 21/12 Dry Dog Food

beaverdam dog foodDescription: 21% Protein and 12% Fat, this recipe is made with two sources of protein, (Chicken & Pork) which is designed for the active and adult dog. With guaranteed levels of omega-3 and 6 fatty acids and vitamin E, it helps support skin and coat health from the inside out. Plus, it also includes prebiotics, probiotics, chicory and yucca—a natural plant fiber—to support a healthy digestive and immune system, while also ensuring it’s gentle enough on your furry best friend’s stomach. This gluten-free recipe does not contain corn, wheat, soy, artificial colors, flavors, preservatives or by-products.

2. Beaverdam Pet Food Hi-Energy 26/18 Dry Dog Food

Description: 26% Protein and 18% Fat, this formula is targeted for the puppybeaverdam dog food and working dog. Packed with real meat, with guaranteed levels of omega-3 and 6 fatty acids and vitamin E, it helps support skin and coat health from the inside out. It also includes prebiotics, probiotics, chicory and yucca—a natural plant fiber—to support a healthy digestive and immune system, while also ensuring it’s gentle enough on your furry best friend’s stomach. Plus, this gluten-free formula does not contain corn, wheat, soy, artificial colors, flavors, preservatives or by-products.

 

3. Beaverdam Pet Food Hi-Protein 27/12 Dry Dog Food

beaverdam dog foodDescription: 27% Protein and 12% Fat. Intended for the highly active dog and also a great choice  for weight management. Guaranteed levels of omega-3 and 6 fatty acids and vitamin E, it helps support skin and coat health from the inside out. Plus, it also includes prebiotics, probiotics, chicory and yucca—a natural plant fiber—to support a healthy digestive and immune system, while also ensuring it’s gentle enough on your furry best friend’s stomach. This gluten-free recipe is also a great option for older dogs who need extra protein to help build and maintain bone tissue, and it’s free of corn, wheat, soy, artificial colors, flavors, preservatives and by-products.

4. Beaverdam Pet Food Eli’s Select 33/16 Grain-Free Dry Dog Food

Description: 33% Protein, 16% Fat. Made with two sources of protein, beaverdam dog foodchicken and pork—it’s formulated to support healthy muscles. With guaranteed levels of omega-3 and 6 fatty acids and vitamin E, it helps support skin and coat health from the inside out. It also includes prebiotics, probiotics, chicory and yucca—a natural plant fiber—to support a healthy digestive and immune system, while also ensuring it’s gentle enough on your furry best friend’s stomach. Plus, the gluten-free formula is free of corn, wheat, soy, artificial colors, flavors, preservatives or by-products.

 

 

Beaverdam Dry Dog Food| Where To Buy

As I mentioned earlier, the Beaverdam products can be difficult to find at your local pet stores. In addition, the company doesn’t believe in fancy packaging that you may have noticed with the bags above.

For those who may not be able to locate this brand, you can find all four of these products by clicking HERE.

For The Record

I am dog enthusiast that cares deeply about the welfare of our pets. I am not a veterinarian or dog food nutritionist, only someone who has made it a mission to research various dog food products to provide you with detailed information. I hope this information regarding Beaverdam dog food and the company will help you in the decision making process.

Disclaimer
For those unfamiliar with dog food grain-free recipes, there has and is a controversy taking place as I write this article. The FDA has made public that it has launched an investigation between a possible connection between the grain-free diet and heart disease within dogs. For further information, the American Kennel Club has provided further details. Click here

 

 

 

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