New food from Petcurean dog food includes a vegan option
I’m not going vegan but I do love Gather, the new line of dog food from Petcurean dog food a family-owned Canadian company that creates high quality pet food. (Full disclosure – I have been a brand ambassador for Petcurean and we did receive free samples of the new line.)
Gather was rolled out to as a new category of pet food crafted from certified, organic, non-GMO and sustainably produced ingredients. When developing GATHER, Petcurean searched for and found a handful of farmers, growers and fishers of the highest integrity, who were practicing the responsible and sustainable production of extraordinary quality and natural ingredients.
Each recipe is free from rendered or genetically engineered ingredients and features a single source, fresh and dehydrated primary protein – including a Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certified cod recipe for dogs, an organic chicken recipe for dogs and for cats and a certified Vegan recipe for dogs featuring organic peas. Gather includes the following recipes:
- Wild Ocean: The single source fish protein in Wild Ocean is MSC certified fresh line-caught cod, pulled from the cold, clean waters off the coast of Alaska. Cod is an excellent source of high quality protein, and provides essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals.
- Free Acres: The chicken in the delicious Free Acres recipe is sustainably produced, certified organic and free-run. And, it is the single source of poultry protein.
- Endless Valley: A plant -ased diet can be a great option for dogs, their humans and the environment. The secret, for dogs anyway, is that they consume sufficient protein containing all the essential amino acids, and complementary ingredients that provide complete and balanced nutrition.
Just so you know, I’ve been on Petcurean GO! and NOW FRESH for the past year. I’ve lost 12 pounds and my joints are feeling much better than they ever have before. This line of food is really good for pets, and it’s good for the planet as well.
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