Caru Pet Food Updates Dog Stew Formulas



Caru Pet Food is updating its Classics and Daily Dish dog stews to keep up with recent developments in nutrition and ensure all of its recipes provide the best possible nutrition for dogs. 


Caru’s Classics stews for dogs will now have a reduced amount of peas and potatoes, as well as an increased amount of protein-packed meat, poultry or fish. Daily Dish and Classics stews will also include the amino acid taurine.


When the FDA expressed concerns that certain dog foods with the main ingredients of peas, lentils and potatoes may lead to dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) related illnesses, Caru decided to slightly revise its dog formulas to include more high quality and traceable meat. Caru’s diets do contain some of the ingredients specified by the FDA, but they are not the main ingredients. 


With the new formulas, Caru is also adding an efficacious amount of taurine to all of its dog stews to help strengthen heart muscles and support healthy vascular function. 


“Pet parents are currently very nervous about the food they’re feeding their beloved best friends,” said Adrian Pettyan, co-Founder and CEO of Caru Pet Food. “We wanted to put their minds at ease and ensure that all of the nutrition in our delicious stews will support their dog’s health for the long run. That’s why we made the decision to change up our recipes without changing the flavor that pets love!”


Caru’s natural stews for pets feature 100 percent human grade ingredients for the same look, taste, and smell of a homemade meal. The small changes to the dog stews were made to help dogs live a long, happy and healthy life. 


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