There is a lot of information to keep up with when it comes to deciding what to feed your dog. Trends change and new brands pop up every day. Rotation feeding has been the right choice for me and my dogs, and I am always excited to find a new food to add to our rotation. While we feed a little bit of everything, I keep kibble in The Ginger Sisters' rotation for many reasons, not the least of which are high quality options like WeRuVa® Caloric Melody.
One of the things I love about the rotation diet is the ability to feed high quality foods that could be cost prohibitive if fed exclusively. Weruva is a super premium kibble brand made with responsibly sourced ingredients. I am already a fan of the brand, regularly including their canned cuisine that is produced in a human grade facility in The Ginger Sisters' breakfast meal. We previously took a look at the Caloric Harmony line of dry dog food, which is at a slightly higher price point and comprised of 80% animal-based protein, This time we tried the Caloric Melody line, a more budget-friendly option with 70% animal-based protein.
The Lamb Dinner with Lentils formula includes a novel protein and noble grains, and like all the Weruva dry food, the majority of its calories come from protein. Because beef and chicken are in so many foods and treats, I prefer to feed Ruby and Boca different proteins in their kibble whenever possible. Knowing how important our pets' safety is, not even vitamins and minerals are ever sourced from China. Imagine your dog's dinner plate with a nice healthy serving of boneless grass-fed New Zealand lamb, accompanied by whole eggs and salmon oil for healthy skin and coat and pumpkin for healthy digestion.
Feeding kibble gives me flexibility in the way that I feed and becomes a convenient palette for any supplements or toppings I want to add. As a family-owned company dedicated to providing pet parents with the best ingredients and protein-rich nutrition, Weruva gives me confidence in a complete and balanced diet for my dogs regardless of what I decide to mix it with. Here is an example of The Ginger Sisters' dinner menu, the first five ingredients from the Lamb Dinner with Lentils - which many independent sources will tell you are the most important - being lamb meal, de-boned lamb, split peas, lentils and chickpeas:
Ruby and Boca find Weruva's Caloric Melody tasty enough to use for training - some nights Boca will eat from her puzzle bowl while Ruby and I train in the other room. Ruby eagerly showed off some of her tricks - including "sit pretty" and paw target - for this photo shoot, and both girls watched with rapt interest as the Weruva bag went into their dog food bin. This weekend I took a pocketful of kibble outside to work on our recall training on the long line and Boca didn't want to leave my side. I know The Ginger Sisters will agree that the Caloric Melody line is one to keep in our rotation.
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