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Will I switch from my Holistic Select dog food to the Chicken Soup for the Dog Lover’s Soul dog food? No – I would not switch at this time simply for the fact that my dogs have done so well on their current dog food that there is no need to switch. However, I now may have an alternative should my other dog food ever come under question. Of course, I would do more research before switching but the initial review looks promising!
Hi Susan, You are welcome. An excellent choice, no, but very good, yes. Every dog is different and you have to work within your budget. It will be several weeks before I introduce my dog to Chicken Soup, and I will let you know how it goes. Heck, I might even change my mind. My advice is to read as many reviews of the 4 and 5 star foods as possible, and look at Mike and Jonathan’s comments before making a decision. In any event, I’ll let you know how the switch goes. Taste Of The Wild is a 5 star, excellent food but out of my price range. I say do whatever possible and stick to 4 and 5 star foods. Again, Good luck.
Chicken Soup for the Soul Canned Dog Food | Review | Rating | Recalls
Chicken Soup Dog Food Coupons, Recall History and Reviews in 2017
Unless you live under a rock, you are probably familiar with the Chicken Soup for the Soul line of books. Each book follows a particular theme and is filled with heart-warming stories submitted by readers. Because the Chicken Soup brand makes it their goal to touch the hearts of people, it should come as no surprise that they are also making an effort to appeal to pet owners as well. The Chicken Soup for the Soul brand was founded in 1993 by Mark Victor Hansen and Jack Canfield and it eventually expanded into the pet industry with a line of foods for dogs and cats. Chicken Soup offers a variety of dog food products including classic and grain-free formulas, both dry foods and wet foods – they also offer a selection of dog treats. According to the company website, Chicken Soup understands the special bond between pets and their people which is why they make every effort to create quality products. Chicken Soup also partners with local animal shelters to nourish pets in need and to help them find their new forever homes.I began slowly including a small amount of the Chicken Soup food with the boiled chicken to get her back on regular food. Then, she started refusing to eat at all, and I took her back to the vet. Another round of injections, lab tests, and meds to give her at home. Vet thinks an infection in her intestines, no blockage. After 3 days, she still will not eat anything, and her white cell count is very high. This started after the Lamb & Rice feedings, and I am wondering if it could be the cause. The dog has never been ill and has been fed several different dog foods over the yrs. After reading these other reviews, I think the Diamond food may be at fault. She will not eat at all and I am very worried.The Chicken Soup for the Soul brand released their first line of wholesome pet foods over a decade ago. The company claims to follow a holistic approach to pet nutrition, using only the finest ingredients such as real meat, fresh fruits, and wholesome vegetables. Chicken Soup states that their pet foods “promote overall health and well-being for dogs and cats” and that they are free from corn, wheat, and soy ingredients as well as artificial additives. Chicken Soup offers two lines of dog food products, All Life Stages and Grain-Free, both of which are marketed as wholesome sources of quality nutrition. A quick review of the ingredients lists for several Chicken Soup products reveals a mixed bag of ingredients – mostly high-quality proteins, digestible carbohydrates and healthy fats with a few ingredients thrown in that some might consider questionable."After reading a review from 'dogfoodanalysis' stating the use of fish meal with ethoxyquin was no longer used by Diamond Pet Foods. I started using the Chicken Soup for Pet Lovers Soul brand. The review was from 2006. But after reading the report about ethoxyquin on TAPF , I contacted them myself and sure enough they told me the fish meal does have ethoxyquin, but supposedly at 2ppm or less. She also stated that at least they are being honest and that there are not any sources of natually preserved fish meal available in the United States. So basically she's saying the other companies are lying.