In partnership with Petcurean. My rescue pitbull Scooby knew there was something good in the box the second I brought it in from the doorstep. Petcurean had sent us a sample of their new GATHER line which is crafted from certified, organic, non-GMO, and sustainably produced ingredients.
He is the type of dog that definitely should be eating premium, minimally-processed dog food. In addition to allergies, he recently tore his cranial cruciate ligament (CCL). And, as I recently learned from Petcurean’s nutritionist, what you feed your dog can impact joints and ligaments.
Trust me, you don’t want a torn CCL. The TPLO surgery to repair it is awful.
I’ve become familiar with Petcurean’s commitment to sustainability and the well-being of pets through our partnership so feel good about giving him their food. It’s all about the quality of ingredients for them, which I applaud. This wasn’t a change that we made lightly either.
Plus, Scooby seriously loves it. He does everything he can to just be with the bags and makes every excuse to sniff them in the garage where we usually keep them. It’s funny and not something he did with his other dog food.
Scooby has been eating Petcurean for a few months now and most recently started enjoying GATHER. I haven’t noticed any flare up in allergies or anything unusual about his behavior, a signal that a dog is having an allergy attack. We’re pretty happy with it and he licks the bowl long after the food is gone to savor every last crumb.
When developing GATHER, Petcurean searched for and found a handful of farmers, growers and fishers of the highest integrity, who were practicing the responsible and sustainable production of extraordinary quality and natural ingredients. Those who earned Petcurean‘s confidence have become the secured sources and trusted partners that supply the premium quality ingredients used in GATHER.
Each recipe is free from rendered or genetically engineered ingredients and features a single source, fresh and dehydrated primary protein:
- Wild Ocean: The single-source fish protein in Wild Ocean is MSC certified fresh line-caught cod, pulled from the cold, clean Alaska coast waters. The cod comes from one of the world’s best managed, most sustainable fisheries and is an excellent source of high quality protein, and provides essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals. Cod is blended with MSC certified krill, peas, lentils, chickpeas, organic flaxseed and other essential ingredients to provide a hearty, healthy meal for adult dogs.
- Free Acres: The chicken in the delicious Free Acres recipe is sustainably produced, certified organic and free-run. And, it is the single source of poultry protein. Petcurean has included other wholesome foods such as organic peas, lentils, krill, organic flaxseed, blueberries and cranberries to provide dogs and cats with extra nutrition and extraordinary flavors.
- Endless Valley: Endless Valley’s certified organic pea protein and other pure and natural ingredients are crafted into a vegan certified recipe especially for dogs. A plant-based diet can be a great option for dogs, their humans and the environment, and Endless Valley provides all of the essential amino acids and complementary ingredients that provide complete and balanced nutrition. The Certified Vegan Trademark guarantees that Endless Valley does not contain any animal ingredients or animal by-products, uses no animal ingredient or by-product in the manufacturing process, and has not been tested on animals.
Where to Buy Petcurean Dog Food
Petcurean pet foods are sold exclusively through pet specialty retailers in Canada, the United States, and more than 20 countries internationally. Use the store locator to find a retailer near you. Your pet will love it.
Click to learn more about GATHER.
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