Hound & Gatos Launches Its First Dry Food Line



Hound & Gatos shared its first line of dry food for both cats and dogs. 


“We realize that not all dogs and cats eat wet food, which is why we decided to create a line of dry food,” said Patrick McGarry, general manager of Gott Pet Products, parent company of the brand. “This premium food was designed to deliver exceptional nutrition and taste, while helping to minimize the risk of food-based allergies, and I’m confident that pets will love it.”


Hound & Gatos does not use plant proteins, like peas, chickpeas or lentils, or white potatoes. Instead, each recipe is made with over 84 percent of quality meat, poultry or fish, and whole eggs. They’re also made with a variety of superfoods, such as blueberries, cranberries, broccoli, and dandelion greens.


Hound & Gatos created three grain free varieties for cat owners to choose from, including cage free chicken, wild caught salmon and cage free turkey. Each flavor is available in three different bag sizes – 2 lbs., 6 lbs. and 10 lbs. 


Additionally, three grain free options for dogs are available, including cage free chicken, grass fed lamb and cage free turkey. Two options made with ancient grains, such as spelt, quinoa and oats, can also be found on shelves, in cage free chicken and grass fed lamb recipes. Naturally high in fiber and rich in protein, ancient grains contain a broad spectrum of vitamins and minerals and help support a dog’s digestive system, skin and coat, and blood glucose. The varieties for dogs include 4 lbs., 12 lbs. and 24 lbs. bag sizes. 


The Hound & Gatos natural line of dry food provides balanced nutrition for all life stages. 


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