Healthy Dog Food Reviews
Paul’s Custom Pet Food Review
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored review. However, I will always offer my readers an unbiased and honest account of my experiences. Your trust is very appreciated, and never taken for granted. ~Tonya, Dexter and Nutter
It’s been awhile since Mom let me do a dog product review. I love doing pet product reviews, especially when they involve eating! And healthy dog food is always a big plus. What’s on the docket for today? Paul’s Custom Pet Food sent me a few samples to try.
Today I tried Paul’s Custom Pet Food’s-Spud’s Beef with Veggies (Grain Free). As you know, Mom is always about finding me the healthiest food and treats. She won’t allow me to eat anything that is questionable. For my readers who aren’t familiar with my feeding routine, I’d like to give a little history to get you up to speed.
Here’s Mom’s conversation and guidelines with our holistic veterinarian food therapist, Dr. Judy Morgan. I normally eat a home cooked primarily organic diet, so this is a bit of a change. Dr. Morgan believes the ingredients in Paul’s Custom Pet Food would be perfectly healthy for me to try. Dr. Morgan is actually helping Paul’s Custom Pet Food with their clients’ nutritional needs.
I knew I was going to be in for a real treat when the oh-so-fragrant aroma filled the room. I started to get excited and ran over to “my spot” hoping Mom would hurry up. Then I saw it: The camera. Darn. I knew it would be a minute before I’d be able to sink my teeth into my healthy dog food.
After Mom’s photo shoot, she said, “OK” and I dove into my dog bowl! Wow! Just Wow! I just loved the taste, and it melted in my mouth. Organic beef heart, yum. I could taste that right away. After a few gulps, I could taste the organic sweet potato and organic apples. Yum. I really cleaned my bowl. I looked up at Mom for more, but she said that was all I got for lunch.
Spud’s Beef with Veggies is considered a supplemental food, so if your dog is lucky enough to get this as a regular meal, you will want to add dog probiotics and dog supplements to make the meal balanced. If not, you can use this in addition to a balanced diet.
It’s now time to check out what makes Paul’s Custom Pet Food– Spud’s Beef with Veggies (Grain Free) a healthy food choice for dogs. Paul’s Custom Pet Food is made in small batches from whole, healthful, sustainably raised or grown ingredients that are free of synthetic chemicals, added growth hormones, unnecessary antibiotics, genetically engineered ingredients, and preservatives. They also source as many items as possible from their local farmers and/or businesses. In addition, their supplemental food is gently cooked and immediately frozen to maintain nutritional value. All of the ingredients are the same as those you would use to prepare your own meals. Now that’s some well-cared for dog food!
Spud’s Beef with Veggies Ingredients: Gently cooked ground beef liver and heart, organic russet and sweet potato, organic carrots, organic apple, organic green beans, organic peas, organic ground eggshells
Paul’s Custom Pet Food–Spud’s Beef with Veggies heck yeah!!
Thank you so much, Paul’s Custom Pet Food for allowing me to try your great Spud’s formula!
Pros: Local ingredients, no hormones, no antibiotics, lots of organic ingredients, sustainable ingredients, and manufactured in the US.
Cons: Would like more muscle meat
UPDATE 9/10/16 Paul’s Custom Pet Food improved their recipe to include more muscle meat. 🙂 Here’s their new label.
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2 thoughts on “Paul’s Custom Pet Food Review”
It’s so hard to find a really good dog food. I have 5 dogs, four of them eat Evermore Pet Food, frozen gently cooked food and I have a dog with horrible allergies & skin issues. red skin, smelly, hot to the touch, dry flaky, he has been to several doctors and has been on several foods. (Stella & Chewy’s; Just Food for Dogs, Honest Kitchen, Primal) right now he is eating Vital Essentials Frozen Rabbit patties. He is always scratching and chewing. Do you have a food that would be good for a dog with all these issues? Just asking. Thank you
Hi, Sherrie. How frustrating. It sounds like there is a food allergy (assuming the issue is year-round) going on. That can be tough. My holistic vet/food therapist, Dr. Judy Morgan found out her dog is allergic to any kind of fish, it took a long time to figure it out because her supplement was fish-based. I think she started with just a few basic ingredients (from home, not commercial) and got her to not flame up. When that happened, added one ingredient at a time. She said if she was allergic, it happened right away. She does phone consults and would make sure it’s not anything else first. Since I’m not a vet, I would recommend something like that. http://www.drjudymorgan.com
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