looks decent. the other two grain free varieties have dramatically lower protein. i dont understand the huge disparity.Natura Pet just introduced a new line of grain-free kibble.
California Natural Grain Free:
Eliminate Pet Food Allergies – Hypoallergenic Dog Food & Cat Food – California Natural Pet Food
true, and i would expect price differences between the varieties. as strictly an alternative for a dog with problems with grains that needs a single meat protein source, i guess the lamb and venison varieties could be a last resort, but i personally feel such low protein content is pretty undesirable over the long run.Chicken is a whole lot cheaper than lamb and venison. :wink:
i was o ecited to switch shane to this formula until they sold out.:wink:
same here, weird, but i guess they are going to run a seperate operation until P&G can figure out their economies of scale. I say as long as the manufacturing and forumla doesnt change you will hurt your pooch if you do a sudden switch, make sure to not let your pooch suffer during the wheening, meaning dont just throw out the bag.I admit that I do find it a bit odd that Natura would introduce a brand new line of food so soon after selling out to P&G.
i guess for those dogs that need the limited ingredients and/or single protein source. i think both can be accomplished, however, without the drastically low protein levels of the lamb and venison formulas.this Cal Natural is in the same price range as Acana.
Why bother with it?
As long as they don't crank up production to the big boxes and keep the distribution channels as is, there's not a big concern. And I think Natura/P&G will do that for at least a while. I'd not be extremely concerned about the formula being messed with or mass-produced kibble leading to quality declines as long as they don't significantly increase production.I'm still not a big fan of copackers, but Evo will not be produced by copackers.