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Canine Caviar Dry – Dry Dog Food, Alkaline, 4.4 lbs.

$36.99$24.99FREE SHIPPING

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  • Gluten Free – Premium quality dog food that is Gluten Free, Wheat Free, Tapioca and Potato Free, no Egg, no Soy, no Corn, no Dairy and No GMOs
  • Hypoallergenic Dog Food – No additives or by-products added, easily digestible. Nutrient dense and allergy friendly
  • Wholesome Dog Food – Specially formulated for Protein Rotation Feeding
  • Limited Ingredient Dog Food – Dog food with no fillers, no artificial colors or flavors, no artificial preservatives. It is ideal for dogs with allergies and sensitive digestive tracts


  • Product Review


    DEBBIE R

    My little doggy boy loves Canine Caviar. It stays fresh in the zip bag it comes in. My dog has been on this food since he was a puppy. It came right on time and in perfect shape. We use this kibble for food and treats because my dog loves it.He maintains a healthy weight and a good health report from the Vet.

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    Edward am

    My dog is allergic to most other foods and this causes these least skin problem due to allergies from the food. Unfortunately, my dog will eat any other dog food before eating this if 2 dog foods are out at the same time. Keep this in mind.

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    Sherri Griffin

    My elderly dog has bladder/kidney issues and this food was recommended. After 1 year of eating it, his blood levels are normal!

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    Rudy

    And to be honest their Poops are nice and fern, no problem with soft stools, they only thing they get to snackis carrots and apples. Pricier than many foods but well worth the extra cost.

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    Sleepless Erika the RN

    This has been a life changer. My dog, a King Charles cavalier, has had a long history of hemorrhagic gastritis and IBS. It took months of high pet bills to get him on dog food that would be gentle on his stomach. My little guy has been eating this for almost a year and we haven't had any issues since. When I transitioned him I began him on "perfect stool" as well. No issues. Won't even try anything else!

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    Kate & Jer

    Our pitty Lola is allergic to pretty much everything, turkey, yeast, and potato are the top 3. This food she absolutely loves, and it’s super healthy and her poops are nice and firm so it’s our new go to doggy kibble. We also supplement w raw and add fish oil and probiotics to her diet. So far so good!!

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    Guest

    After hundreds of dollars of testing, all the way to UC Davis, our vet recommended this, and it has worked amazingly well. We feed hamburger in the morning and this dry feed at night. Yes, it's pricey but the 22 pound bag lasts us 7 months because our wiener is only 18 pounds and just gets a quarter cup at night.My only gripe is the bag and the way it opens - totally useless. Either put the opening at the top of the bag, or just stop using it. Cut the top off the bag and you're good to go.

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    Lynn

    My cousin recommended Canine Caviar dry dog food 4 years ago after I got my first Shih Tzu. My two Shih Tzu loved it, there coats were so smooth. Last year when I got my third Shih Tzu, the breeder suggested another brand, which I think my dogs are allergic to. Now have gone back to Canine Caviar.

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    Elizabeth Combs

    I love all the brands in the CC line. The ability to switch proteins is what initially attracted me to the brand including a high caloric content. When I originally switched my lab over to the line 5 yrs ago she was having some terrible dandruff, itching and general fatigue. As an 8-month old lab this was noticeable. After a couple of weeks on the limited diet, she perked right up, coat because beautiful, and she started to look like the hunting dog she is. I had to use a different brand on vacation (due to a lack of planning on my part) and she went right back to the original symptoms. i credit a healthy lifestyle INCLUDING using CC as her basis for nutrition. I will caution new users to very carefully read the feeding recommendations on the back (VERY high calories compared to other brands) which could cause weight gain if not careful. I love this brand and will be hard pressed to ever switch.

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    nylongirl4

    I use this as a 'treat' for my dog with kidney disease. She's on a home cooked diet and I make some baked treats for her with KEEN (by honest kitchen) as well as use Mattie's biscuits but this offers another choice in an area which is lacking for healthy treats for dogs with dietary restrictions. I think a dog with kidney disease should always eat fresh cooked meals and stay off dry foods but as a treat.. this is awesome.

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    Sandy Vigil

    After my rescue pup miraculously recovered from parvo (picked it up when he was a stray), his tummy is still sensitive so I watch proteins and ingredients closely. Experimented with many brands and proteins. This is the one for him. I buy from Amazon but have local back up suppliers, who are a bit more expensive, in case it's not available on Amazon.

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    Stephanie

    Wow, I cant say enough great things about this food. My dog suffers from colitis and I can say we have been through soo many different foods. My dog is a really picky eater, so the fact that he did not hesitate when eating this kibble is great. So far my dog has had solid bowl movements and hes not itching and scratching as much. Thank yu Canine Caviar for making this awesome food.

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    Bobbi Jo

    My dog seems to really like this food. I was sceptical about switching brands without tapering off, but it was not an issue at all. I also find that my pup naturally wants to eat twice a day now, as recommended on the bag, where he used to only eat if I was standing nearby. That being said, the amount of food needed is so much less than other brands, that I thought I would be under-feeding. Not the case at all! His energy is great, and he just seems so much happier!

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    Elizabeth Combs

    I love all the brands in the CC line. The ability to switch proteins is what initially attracted me to the brand including a high caloric content. When I originally switched my lab over to the line 5 yrs ago she was having some terrible dandruff, itching and general fatigue. As an 8-month old lab this was noticeable. After a couple of weeks on the limited diet, she perked right up, coat because beautiful, and she started to look like the hunting dog she is. I had to use a different brand on vacation (due to a lack of planning on my part) and she went right back to the original symptoms. i credit a healthy lifestyle INCLUDING using CC as her basis for nutrition. I will caution new users to very carefully read the feeding recommendations on the back (VERY high calories compared to other brands) which could cause weight gain if not careful. I love this brand and will be hard pressed to ever switch.

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    JA

    seems to do well with my pets they have a lot of allergies including fish and they have no luck with any of the probiotics I have tried but this says it has probiotics and they have done good on it so far. They have more bowel movements than they have ever had and they are all completely normal, no runny stool or constipation (which we did experience with the raw/ on top of the constant worry they may be subjected to listeria and such that could hurt them and go $$ broke doing it) I soak the food so that they get more water in their diet as they say that dogs who eat a dry food diet are normally at least slightly dehydrated. I don't give them any treats really as they do have so many sensitivities and I believe it said not to mix this with other foods as it is the alkaline based diet. so I feed them pcs of this food dry as a crunchy treat between meals which also helps with plaque. My dogs have issues even with multi-vitamins so if you are feeding a multi vitamin and your dog is having reactions you may want to see if the multi vitamin is causing it as well, one of my dogs cant handle glutamine and no condroitin due to fish aspect and I am in the process of trying straight up msm because he has a bad knee and needs some kind of support, food didnt do anything for that.They both seem to really like this food and I have recently switched to duck with no 50/50 blend just straight up switch and no issues- which is a major war normally. They are gaining more weight with the duck than the venison at the same amount of food so I will have to adjust that accordingly. My dogs had previously been on biljac and i found out that one of their preservatives had cancer causing agents in it so I was on the hunt for something they could tolerate it took forever to find the biljac- it is near impossible to find food with no fish oil or flax seed in it. I wish they would sell canine caviar at Pet Smart so I could buy it locally all of the pet stores near me cannot get it. Just be aware that the price online fluctuates in extreme measures constantly so be prepared to adjust your budget each time you buy it.I also read recently that if you have to use dry you should keep it refridgerated or frozen and try to use it within a month so the nutrients are still able to be beneficial to them. So I buy the smaller bags when possible.

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    Karen J.

    I started using this product after researching right here on Amazon for a food for my dog that would address his colitis. I am beyond satisfied as I had tried several excellent dog foods, which just didn't touch his colitis and loose stools like this does. I do however, also add, as one reviewer recommends; the psyllium husk, some boiled chopped chicken and some potato. It's a recipe that works and I am sticking to it. Canine Caviar has superb customer service, they emailed me immediately with any answers to questions I had, made recommendations based on my concerns etc. Really great company. My dog was a rescue so he come home with a compromised immune system having spent several months in a shelter, worms and then bounced around to several homes, we couldn't stabilize his stomach or stools completely until this product. But I think adding the psyllium husk with lots of water also aids in digestion.

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    TZ

    My dog was diagnosed with colitis and this dog food along with a little chicken breast cut up into small pieces, low sodium chicken broth and plain psyllium husk fiber 3/4 teaspoon 2x daily has totally cleared her issues. She weighs 12 pounds. When she was first diagnosed with colitis she was on antibiotics, probiotics and the fiber. Now all she needs is the fiber. I suggest if you have a serious issue with your dog don't go to the regular vet - seek out a specialist. I had spent years trying to get to the root of her illness and thousands of dollars! The vets all said she was too nervous and it was IBS but never did anything but give her antibiotics and expensive canned foods which made her diarrhea worse!

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    Red Diva

    My poor doggie kid was suffering from straining when he was eliminating his waste. This was ever since we rescued him. I noticed he even seemed sad whenever he had to go to the bathroom. Vets tried everything under the sun. So many different types of food and medications. Even put him on the best quality raw food diet.After about two years of trying so many different & even prescribed dog foods along with probiotics & different medications. I started to get nervous what if something else is wrong & no vet has been able to find it yet. So we moved up to Georgia & I took him to one of the top 16 best specialized vets. First thing this vet said was my doggie kid needed to have a sonogram to be sure there was nothing really wrong 💰It showed one thing. My doggie kid had bad colitis but nothing else more severe. Thank God. No tumor etc. That vet also prescribed another dog food & a different probiotic along with more meds. Still he was a little better but still suffering. So I mentioned to a girl fd of mine who I call the walking bible of dog food. She recommend I try Canine Caviar. Another great vet recommended a different probiotic that I can only purchase on line. So I switched my doggie kid to Canine Caviar first and immediately in about 5 days there was much more improvement Thank God. Then got the new probiotic in & put him on that. Together the new food & probiotic has made a 90% improvement!!! Yeah!!! He’s not suffering like he use to. The Canine Caviar I buy is called“Special Needs” in case any of you have a doggie kid with stomach or intestinal issues.The only issues I’ve had with this type of brand is even the specialty dog food stores around me dont carry it. They said they use to but the company wasn’t shipping on time and customers would come in to get it finding out the store was out of it. Customers were furious. I’m not sure who knows this but it’s really bad to change your dogs food from one day to the other. That alone can cause stomach issues like diarrhea & stomach aches. In my humble opinion it’s cruel to do that to them especially if they already have intestinal issues. Canine Caviar is definitely not on the economical scale. As far as I’m aware there aren’t coupons or discounts to purchase it. Which would help a great deal since I’m disabled and over 65. But if you really need to help your doggie you do whatever you need to do. It’s their health not a new toy. So I order it on Amazon and I subscribe to it. 5% saving might seem like a joke but every little bit counts. The hardest is to figure out exactly how much your dog eats so you can’t run out before your new order comes in which happed to me when Amazon didn’t deliver on time once. Turns out my dog eats one lg bag every 14 days... yikes! Too bad I didn’t rescue a Chihuahua. Plus he’s a legitimate support dog with documented letters from doctors. You’d think there would be some decent discounts but I haven’t found them. On the other hand I’ve never called the company about it, so I really can’t blame them. At least they really care enough to make a healthy ingredients dog food thats helps my dogs colitis & making him happier. Considering what it’s cost in two years taking him to all the vets, tests & medications. I had to try 4 different types of prescribed dog food by vets plus the 6 different types of what I thought were good quality dog food all before knowing he actually was sick. My dog now lives a much healthier & happier life thanks to the quality ingredients in Canine Caviar.

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    kissnrain

    Finally, finally, finally... A food that works for my 'special needs' dogs. I have one allergic to poultry, so even a little chicken fat as the preservative makes her very ill. This food has no poultry, they even use lamb fat for the preservative instead of poultry fat. I have one whose eye has wept for over a year on different foods, but it cleared up literally the day she started this food. I had no idea it was food related, because it doesn't matter which kibble she eats, her eye always weeps. No more eye weeping now that she has this food! My friend's dog had reflux issues with his food, so tried this and it went away immediately. Another friend had an itchy dog who was making herself raw from scratching. She immediately stopped itchy. This is a really great food for all of us.

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    PurpleMyst

    I bought this food because my regular dog food changed their formula and both my dogs broke out. I chose this food because it had 4.5 stars on Dog Food Advisor and has had no recalls since 2009 when Dog Food Advisor started keeping track of recalls.I have tried both this chicken version and the fish version. Both my dogs really like it and are doing very well on it. Their skin issues cleared right up. This food is high in fiber at 5.7%, so transitioning is important. With all that fiber, it has helped the anal gland issues my dogs were having. Also, just an FYI, this kibble is really small. So if you have a food gobbler, I would definitely water the food down. The fish version has larger kibble size, but it's still kind of small if you have a big dog. I see that there are a bunch of negative reviews on this food from different pet boards. The issues seem to be with dealing with the company rather than the food itself. I have been using it for about 3 months and have had no issues with the food whatsoever. And since I buy from Amazon or Chewy, both reputable companies, I know if I have a problem they'll take care of it and I don't have to deal with the company.

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