Canine Caviar Dog Food Ingredients

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Canine Caviar manufactures roughly 28 different dog food products. Each product utilizes a unique set of ingredients to achieve a desired nutritional profile.

In this article, we'll explore Canine Caviar ingredients and answer many of the most common questions.

As of right now, our records indicate that Canine Caviar uses roughly 84 different ingredients.

First 5 Ingredients

Dog food ingredients in the United States are listed in descending order of pre-cooked weight. The first 5 ingredients typically constitute a significant portion of the recipe.

For Canine Caviar, these are the most common ingredients found within the first 5 dog food ingredients.

  1. dehydrated chicken
  2. pearl millet
  3. lamb fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols)
  4. coconut
  5. sun-cured alfalfa

As you can see, the most common first ingredient in Canine Caviar is dehydrated chicken. The most common 2nd ingredient is pearl millet, followed by lamb fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols), coconut, and sun-cured alfalfa.

Artificial Food Coloring Dyes

Canine Caviar does not use any artificial food coloring dyes. According to our records, none of the 28 Canine Caviar dog foods contain artificial food dyes.

Artificial food coloring dyes are unnecessary and potentially harmful ingredients. In general, we not not recommend feeding any pet foods that contain artificial dyes.

In 2010, the CSPI raised serious concerns regarding the safety of many artificial dyes. Most of the studies referenced by the CSPI involved prolonged or excessive consumption. Since most dogs consume the same foods throughout their lives, concerns raised by the CSPI are alarming to say the least.

To read more about Artificial Food Dyes, click here.

Animal By-Products

According to our records, Canine Caviar does not contain any animal by-products.

Animal by-products are basically the leftover parts of the the carcass after its been processed for meat. AAFCO defines by-products as the non-rendered, clean parts, other than meat, derived from slaughtered mammals.

Although by-products are still fairly nutritious ingredients, consumers have equated them with slaughterhouse waste. Therefore, most premium brands, including Canine Caviar have decided to remove by-products and instead use named organ meats (beef liver, chicken gizzards).

For further reading on the controversy over animal by-products, click here.

Anonymous Meat Ingredients

Anonymous meats are inexpensive low-quality ingredients that can come from practically any animal. These type of ingredients are often used to produce very inexpensive dog foods.

In general, we prefer ingredients which specify the animal source used to derive the ingredient. For example, ingredients such as duck fat are much better than animal fat or poultry fat.

In our analysis, we've looked through all 84 Canine Caviar ingredients. According to our data, Canine Caviar does not contain any anonymous animal-based ingredients.

Controversial Ingredients

In most cases, ingredients which are given the controversial classification can be substituted with higher-quality alternatives. You should evaluate each controversial ingredient independently to see if there is truly a valid cause for concern.

Keep in mind, certain sacrifices often must be made to produce dog foods at a reasonable price. In general, the more expensive the product, the fewer controversial ingredients you'll find.

In our analysis, we've identified 1 controversial ingredient inside Canine Caviar products. These controversial ingredients are listed below. Click on each ingredient for more information.

dehydrated garlic
1 Recipes

Dehydrated garlic in very small quantities can be an acceptable addition, however, garlic can also be toxic. Therefore many pet owners choose to completely avoid garlic.

The following recipes contain dehydrated garlic:

Potentially Harmful Ingredients

Harmful ingredients are those which have been linked to adverse health effects. In general, we do not recommend feeding any product which contains any harmful ingredients.

During our review, none of the Canine Caviar ingredients analyzed were classified as harmful by our system. The absence of harmful ingredients is indicative of a relatively premium dog food brand.

Canine Caviar Dog Food Ingredient Lists

Canine Caviar Limited Ingredient Diet Free Spirit Entree

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Canine Caviar Limited Ingredient Diet Grain Free Puppy Entree

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Canine Caviar Limited Ingredient Diet Leaping Spirit Entree

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Canine Caviar Limited Ingredient Diet Open Meadow Entree

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Canine Caviar Limited Ingredient Diet Open Sky Entree

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Canine Caviar Limited Ingredient Diet Special Needs Entree

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Canine Caviar Limited Ingredient Diet Wild Ocean Entree

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Canine Caviar Supplements Organic Norwegian Sun-Cured Kelp

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Canine Caviar Gourmet Food Topper Synthetic Free Duck

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Canine Caviar Gourmet Food Topper Synthetic Free Goat

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Canine Caviar Gourmet Food Topper Synthetic Free Lamb

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Canine Caviar Gourmet Food Topper Synthetic Free Turkey

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Canine Caviar Gourmet Food Topper Unagi Grain Free

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Canine Caviar Gourmet Food Topper Venison Tripe Grain Free

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Canine Caviar Gourmet Food Topper Synthetic Free Salmon

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Canine Caviar Treats Braided Buffalo Stix

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Canine Caviar Treats Buffalo Bully Stix

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Canine Caviar Treats Buffalo Jerky

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Canine Caviar Treats Buffalo Lollipops

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Canine Caviar Treats Buffalo Lungs

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Canine Caviar Treats Buffalo Organ Trail Mix

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Canine Caviar Treats Buffalo Paddywack

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Canine Caviar Treats Buffalo Toothpicks

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Canine Caviar Treats Buffalo Tripe Vanilla

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Canine Caviar Treats Buffaroos

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Canine Caviar Treats California Rolls

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Canine Caviar Treats Dried Sweet Potato

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Canine Caviar Treats Synergy

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