Wellness Stews Dog Food receives the Advisor’s top rating of 5 stars.
Wellness Core RawRev Dog Food receives the Advisor’s top rating of 5 stars.
DHM, you helped me on some questions about my senior and puppy. I now have my puppy on wellness core and he loves it, but he is chewing and scratching a lil since the switch has started. I will watch to see if it continues. My other issue is still trying to find a food for my senior. I was going to start her on wellness until I just read the protein level is to low and she has dry itchy skin. I am taking your advice on coconut oil and fish oil but still need a food for her. Can you or any other dog lovers help suggest one? Thank u
I have tried Wellness a few times, mostly because of dogfoodadvisor’s reviews. Unfortunately, each time, all 5 of my dogs get diarrhea. I bought the puppy formula for my youngest and she won’t even eat it. She would rather eat the Kirkland Chicken and rice or the 4Health Chicken and rice. I thought I would try better and more expensive foods, but if they won’t eat them, or if they give them diarrhea, then it is not worth it.
Wellness Core Dog Food earns the Advisor’s top rating of 5 stars.
Wellness Core Dog Food | Review | Rating | Recalls - Dog Food Advisor
Wellness pet food is owned by a coal mining company for Pete’s sake! Following the Thailand trail and it leads back to Berwind Corporation. Why would a family run billion dollar business care about quality dog food? A family that built its empire on the backs of West Virginia coal miners–pretty hard to trust that decisions about quality pet food are based on anything but business profit. Why hasn’t Dog Food Advisor addressed the concerns about from where this food is sourced? I thought this was an independent watch dog page. So disappointed and frustrated.My 3 yr old lab mix eats Wellness super 5 mix . My 7 month old lab puppy eats wellness large breed puppy formula. Both dogs are doing great. I am confused about when to switch puppy to adult food. I have read 18 mos but my vet says 8 mos. I would love to have both dogs on the same food. If it makes a difference, my puppy is already over 70 pounds, though she is quite lean! Thanks for any adviceHi Mike… Thank you. I meant can I top off my kibble with a different brand canned wet food? My Shih Tzu is finicky and I have him on NB L.I.D. Sweet potato venison….I top off with Wellness Turkey Stew ( rating 4 stars ) on your site! I know you can’t give advice on foods….just wondered about topping canned wet food over my kibble? ( but different brand names) …YOur website is EXCELLENT….THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOU TIME AND PATIENCE…. I have a rescue and he is finicky and I want to feed the BEST food I can….I had allergy test done and know the foods he is possibly allergic too, as I know there are many false positives…. I rescued him in very bad shape and spent ALOT of money to heal him! I don’t care about the money, I just want to continue to heal him and give him proper foods…being no wheat, soy, corn,artificial flavors, bi products…etc…. The dog food industry is so over shelling and I have done a lot of studying on dog food…..! I second guess my choices…. I want to switch his kibble to Pure Vita grain free turkey….knowing I have to have a topper like the one I am using…lol….Thank again for listening and responding back….YOU ROCK!I’m not bashing Wellness or any other company that has a recall. You’re right, they do happen. What I’m saying is that Wellness had a canned cat food recall just this week and it may be made in the same plant as the canned dog food. I am going to play it safe and not feed either until I feel they have had time to do all the tests that need to be done. I’d rather be safe than sorry. I understand why The Dog Food Advisor does not post cat food recalls, but I think it could be important information for dog owners as well since a lot of pet food is made at the same manufacturing facilities.