what do you think of “Natural Planet Organics pet food” for my adult dog?

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Question by puck head: what do you think of “Natural Planet Organics pet food” for my adult dog?
Organic chicken, chicken meal, organic brown rice, organic oats, organic barley, natural flavors, dicalcium phosphate, organic flaxseed, chicken fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols and citric acid), calcium carbonate, organic sunflower oil, potassium chloride, tomato pomace, brewers yeast, sea salt, proteinated minerals (zinc proteinate, iron proteinate, copper proteinate, cobalt proteinate, manganese proteinate, selenium proteinate), choline chloride, organic alfalfa, organic peas, organic sunflower seeds, organic pumpkin seeds, organic carrots, blueberries, organic broccoli, yeast culture (saccharomyces cerevisiae, enterococcus faecium, lactobacillus acidophilus, aspergillus niger, trichoderma longibrachiatum, bacillus subtillis), vitamins (vitamin A acetate, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin E supplement, niacin, pantothenic acid, thiamine mononitrate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, riboflavin supplement, folic acid, biotin, vitamin B12 supplement), glucosamine hydrochloride, chicory extr

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Answer by ಌ ⋙DP⋘ ಌ
Looks like a decent food. I don’t like ‘ natural flavours ‘
What is the protein / fat levels?

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3 comments on “what do you think of “Natural Planet Organics pet food” for my adult dog?

  1. natural flavors – the part I don’t like is they don’t tell me where the flavor comes from (chicken or another animal or something). In and of themselves, natural flavor is not a bad thing. Usually it’s broth that has been condensed by boiling out more water and then is sprayed over the kibble to give it more palatibility.

    chicken fat with mixed tocopherols – The fat is needed to act as the “glue” that holds the food together. If you chopped up lean chicken and rice and stuff and baked it together, it would fall apart. Mix in some lard and it will stay together. That’s why chicken fat is needed. The mixed tocopherols (Vitamin E) basically keeps the fat from going rancid too quickly. The mixed tocopherols are a natural preservative.

    Now to your question. The ingredients look fine. I don’t see anything that concerns me as far as ingredients go (unless it’s the sea salt, but it’s far enough down the list). I’ve never heard or seen this brand or food before, that would be the only thing that would worry me. But it is organic (check to see who it’s certified by) and that’s a good thing. It is one that I would say is an okay food to feed. Is it the best? Well, try it on your dog and see if you like the results.

    Wouldn’t mind seeing the guaranteed analysis, but that’s me.

  2. I agree, “natural flavors” bugs me as does the chicken fat preserved with mixed tocopherols.

  3. personally i would think its expensive and would taste like ass
    theres plenty of dog food companys out there that actually care about your pets id seek them…iams and the like seem to do the best for us

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