03 October 2018

Zignature Kangaroo Grain-Free Dry Dog Food Review


Woof bark fam! Last month we received a product to review that Bebe and Jolie did not enjoy. They are notoriously fussy Yorkies and very selective when it comes to kibble. We've tried Zignature brands before but when given the chance to try Kangaroo, we hopped right to it. Well, they weren't a fan. My coworker Daniel has a dog named Layla, she is 5 years old and also notoriously picky when it comes to kibble. I offered Daniel the food as I hate to waste food, dog and human alike. Well as you can see from the pictures it was a win!

Layla is a 50% German Shepherd, 50% Siberian husky, with sprinkles of sloth in between. She lives in sunny Arizona and is also "the laziest & prettiest dog in the world" according to her furdaddy!

This kibble is grain free and made from real, Kangaroo from Australia, wholesome peas, chickpeas, and flaxseed. This meat-first recipe offers pups the protein they need to thrive, while Zignature’s limited ingredient recipe throws out troublesome ingredients like chicken, corn, wheat, soy, and potatoes, creating peak hypoallergenic, low-glycemic nutrition. Combine that with key antioxidants, essential fatty acids, and a complete spectrum of vitamins and minerals for a well-rounded meal that goes beyond nature to become your pet’s signature food for life.

Did you know that Kangaroo contains nearly twice the Vitamin B12 as other meats and is rich in Iron, essential Omega-3 Fatty Acids, other B Vitamins, and Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA)?

Most pups have some sort of allergies. Bebe and Jolie love the Zignature brand because they are allergic to corn. This dry dog food is free of the most common potential canine allergens: corn, wheat, soy, dairy, and chicken, making this recipe ideal for pups with sensitivities and picky eaters.

You don't have to compromise for nutrition either as Zignature food contains wholesome fruits and vegetables round out the recipe with powerful antioxidants, and fiber-rich, low-glycemic carbohydrates. Go ahead and give the many different flavors a try!

Disclaimer: I received these goodies free of charge from Chewy.com in an exchange for my honest review, and here you have it!