Friday, July 15, 2016

Food Friday: Weruva Caloric Harmony Dry Dog Food

Apparently Weruva makes kibble now, so obviously we had to try out a bag of Caloric Harmony Chicken with Pumpkin Dinner. Weruva doesn't currently make anything fit for Brisbane's long list of allergies, but Sisci and Ru were happy to eat this new dog food.
Weruva kibble

The Company

I've spotlighted Weruva's canned foods in the past. This is a lovable company run by people with adorable rescue pets that they named their business after. They do a great job of seeming like there are real, actual people with souls behind their food. I can't find any information about their brand being part of some giant investment firm's portfolio.

Weruva's canned foods are made at a human food facility in Thailand. Their new kibbles are produced in Canada's first facility to be approved by the British Retail Consortium. The BRC has some of the strictest food safety standards in the world. 

The Food

This particular selection of Caloric Harmony is grain-free, potato-free, and tapioca-free. That's pretty unusual. The Harmony line also includes a chicken/turkey/salmon food, and a venison/salmon food. Unfortunately the venison/salmon option is full of barley and eggs, so not good for Brisbane's chicken/turkey/duck/eggs/corn/barley/sweet potato allergies. 

Weruva's Caloric Melody line offers similar selections that are less expensive because they have less animal protein and more plant protein. Both Harmony and Melody rate five out of five stars on the Dog Food Advisor website.

 The Verdict

Picky little Ru likes this kibble, which is nice. It's not his most favoritest thing in the world, but he eats it most of the time. Sisci also ate it with her usual enthusiasm. The kibbles are average-sized and round, no super-exciting shapes or colors. 

I really like Weruva as a company, and I trust their manufacturing standards. Obviously I approve of them enough to buy a big bag of dog food, and I will probably try one of the other flavors one of these days. 

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