What is Whole Earth Farms Dog Food? Well, in this article I am going to look at such things as the company itself, various recipes produced, dry and canned, ingredients, cost and other items associated with Whole Earth Farms. I can also tell you that I use this brand myself, and will share with you my personal experience with this product.
Whole Earth Farms … The Company
The recipes are produced by Merrick Pet Care which is located in Amarillo, Texas since 2003. The company prides itself on the premise that they only use natural ingredients in their recipes which is beneficial to the overall health of our pets. I am also pleased that the recipes do not include such things as corn, wheat or any artificial coloring which provides little nutritional value to our dogs. If you are also a cat owner, you should be happy to know that Merrick also produces recipes for felines as well!
Whole Earth Farms … The Recipe (Dry)
- Grain Free, Real Chicken plus Sweet Potato
- Grain Free, Real Texas Beef plus Sweet Potato
- Lil Plates Grain Free Real Chicken plus Sweet Potato
- Grain Free, Chicken & Turkey Recipe
- Grain Free, Healthy Weight Recipe
- Whole Earth Farms Puppy Recipe
- Grain Free, Salmon & Whitefish Recipe
- Grain Free, Real Lamb plus Sweet Potato
- Grain Free, Real Rabbit plus Chickpeas
- Grain Free, Real Salmon plus Sweet Potato
- Grain Free, Real Venison plus Chickpeas
- Grain Free Senior Real Chicken plus Sweet Potato
- Lil Plates Grain Free Senior Real Chicken plus Sweet Potato
Whole Earth Farms … The Recipes (Wet)
- Grain Free Puppy Plate Beef Recipe
- Grain Free Puppy Classic Recipe
- Lil Plates Grain Free Pint-Sized Puppy Plate in Gravy
Adult (Not All Inclusive)
- Grain Free Hearty Chicken Stew
- Grain Free Hearty Duck Stew
- Grain Free Red Meat Recipe
- Grain Free Small Breed Chicken Recipe
- Grain Free Grammy’s Pot Pie Classic Recipe
- Grain Free Thanksgiving Day Dinner Classic Recipe
- Lil Plates Grain Free Itsy Bitsy Beef Stew
- Lil Plates Grain Free Rascally Rabbit Stew
Whole Earth Farms … The Ingredients
Do you really know what you are feeding your dog? For years, I just assumed that any type of commercial food that I saw on the shelves of my pet store, had to be okay to feed my dogs. As one dog lover to another, please take the time to read the label on the back of your dog food (dry or canned) to make sure your pet is receiving a nutritional diet. The #1 ingredient in any dog food worth a darn should be one of a healthy, wholesome meat. This ingredient supplies the essential protein needed to ensure their health. With that said, let’s look at the first three ingredients listed on the label of Whole Earth Farms.
- Depending on the recipe you will find: Deboned chicken, beef, lamb, duck, rabbit, etc.
- Chicken meal, turkey meal
- Potatoes, sweet potatoes, peas
All of these ingredients are known to be healthy, fresh, and all natural. As mentioned above, the Merrick Company works with farmers who supply the company with these nutritional sources.
Whole Earth Farms … How I Use It
As I mentioned earlier, I have and still use this product with my Afghan Hounds and Corgis. I still prefer to use a dry diet as their main source of food as I use the canned (Real Chicken Recipe) as a topper on the dry. The smell and aroma of the canned food is definitely enticing, and they gobble it down in no time! In my opinion, the dry recipes still provides my dogs with a good source of oral hygiene, as the crunch helps with the cleaning of the teeth and gums. One or two tablespoons of the wet on top of the dry seems to do the trick.
As far as the cost associated with Whole Earth Farms, you will find it reasonable compared to other foods claiming the same quality. For your convenience, I will leave a few of the recipes below so you can see for yourself. Simply click on the image and you will be taken to a Amazon.com where you can purchase. I hope you are now a little more familiar with the Whole Earth Farms product and thank you for stopping by.
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