What is Petkind, and what types of products do they offer?
Petkind is a Canadian company that specializes in creating high-quality pet food and treats using unique and nutritious ingredients. Their products are made from a variety of proteins, including wild-caught fish, grass-fed beef, and free-range poultry, and are free from grains, gluten, and artificial additives.
Where are Petkind pet food products manufactured?
Petkind products are manufactured in Canada, using only the highest quality ingredients sourced from trusted suppliers.
Are Petkind products suitable for dogs with food sensitivities or allergies?
Yes, Petkind products are designed to be hypoallergenic and are suitable for dogs with food sensitivities or allergies. They use limited, whole-food ingredients to create their recipes and avoid common allergens like grains, dairy, and soy.
How should I transition my dog to a Petkind diet?
It's important to transition your dog to a new diet gradually, over the course of a week or more. Start by mixing a small amount of the new food into your dog's current food and gradually increase the proportion of new food over time. Be sure to monitor your dog's stool and overall health during the transition process.
Are Petkind pet food products ethically sourced?
Yes, Petkind is committed to using only ethically sourced ingredients in their products. They work closely with their suppliers to ensure that all of their proteins are humanely raised and sustainably sourced.
How can I purchase Petkind products?
Petkind products are available for purchase through Homes Alive Pets. Shop the full Petkind line, including dry dog food, wet dog food, canned tripe, and treats.
Shop Petkind in Canada
Petkind is an independently-owned, Canadian company that has been making quality pet food in British Columbia since 2001. They use unique ingredients, such as organic quinoa and green tripe to create well-rounded formulas for cats and dogs of any walk of life. The vast majority of Petkind's ingredient are sourced within Canada with the exception of lamb tripe (New Zealand), quinoa (Canada and Peru), and fresh fruits and vegetables (USA).