September 30, 2014

All formulas are made with fresh meat or fish as the first ingredient, with whole foods like sweet potatoes, peas and chickpeas and simple recipes using seven to ten key ingredients for superior nutrition. Recipes include added vitamins and minerals. Fewer ingredients mean less chance of pets developing food sensitivities and also make these recipes ideal for pets that already experience these sensitivities.

A variety of formulas are available, all made with ingredients such as chicken, lamb, duck or bison, and fresh fish like salmon, trout or tuna for pet nutrition.

CANIDAE Grain Free PURE includes the brand’s patented HealthPLUS Solutions, applied in guaranteed levels to every kibble after cooking. This powerful trio includes live probiotics to support healthy digestion, antioxidants to help maintain a healthy immune system, and omegas 6 and 3 for beautiful skin and coat.

The CANIDAE Grain Free PURE line is also available in treats. The Heaven line for dogs comes in three formulas, grain-free biscuits with salmon and sweet potato, grain-free biscuits with duck and chickpeas and grain- free bison with butternut squash.  Taste, the cat treat line, is available in four formulas, grain-free treats with fresh chicken, grain-free treats with fresh salmon, grain-free treats with fresh trout and grain-free treats with fresh duck.

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