Tiki Pets Shares Three Wet Dog Food Lines



Tiki Pets added three new wet dog food lines, Tiki Dog Whole Foods, Tiki Dog Wildz and Tiki Dog Hearty.


“Wet food is an important part of a dog’s diet as it provides hydration, flavor and can add variety to their diet,” said Laura Bogart, senior brand manager. “In addition, the large can format is appealing to pet owners for convenience, and allows for enough food for a hungry dog – as well as drives sales in the wet food category – 75 percent of wet dog food is sold in large cans.”


Tiki Dog Whole Foods is available in 13.6oz cans and in flavors such as Chicken Recipe in Chicken Consommé, Chicken Recipe in Lobster Consommé, Chicken Recipe in Crab Consommé, Chicken and Tuna in Chicken Consommé.


Tiki Dog Wildz, with ingredients sourced from New Zealand, contains more than 90 percent of protein in each variant. The products include free-range venison, cage-free duck, as well as grass-fed lamb and beef. The line contains no grains, artificial color or preservatives and is sold in 13.2oz cans.


Tiki Dog Hearty are ready-to-serve homestyle meals with shredded meat and diced vegetables. The products, containing no animal by-products, grains, corn, soy, white potatoes or artificial colors and flavors, come in 12.5oz cans. Tiki Dog Hearty is available in seasonal flavors such as Summer Grill, Winter Stew, Autumn Feast and Spring Grill with ingredients such as chicken, beef, lamb, apples, pumpkin, carrots and peas.


The three wet dog food lines will be available in July.


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