Mommy Katie: New From Petcurean: GATHER

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

New From Petcurean: GATHER

This post is sponsored and written by me on behalf of Petcurean through a campaign managed by their PR. All opinions are my own.


When it comes to our families and everyone's health, I find that in homes where there are fur babies, that the concerns for health not only go for the human family members but also our four legged family members as well. Like many parents, when I shop for foods for my kids, I seek out the foods that offer a healthier option for them. And just like when it comes to my kids, I also seek out the food and treats that offer a better option for my fur babies. So when we were introduced to the new line of pet food from our pet food brand of choice, Petcurean, called GATHER, we were very excited to share it with our dog Chloe and see how she liked it.


GATHER is a line of pet food for both dogs and cats that offers fur babies the best ingredients out there that are all non-GMO and are ingredients that are carefully chosen by the people from Petcurean. The ingredients all come from a handful of farmers, growers and fishers who have shown to have the highest integrity, who are practicing the responsible and sustainable production of extraordinary quality and natural ingredients. Giving our pets foods that are made from recipes that do not have any genetically engineered ingredients, and that offer flavor that is full of fresh and dehydrated protein!

The GATHER varieties for dogs and the Free Acres one for cats include the following:

·         Wild Ocean: The single-source fish protein in Wild Ocean is MSC certified fresh line-caught cod, pulled from the cold, clean Alaska coast waters. The cod comes from one of the world’s best managed, most sustainable fisheries and is an excellent source of high quality protein, and provides essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals. Cod is blended with MSC certified krill, peas, lentils, chickpeas, organic flaxseed and other essential ingredients to provide a hearty, healthy meal for adult dogs.

·         Free AcresThe chicken in the delicious Free Acres recipe is sustainably produced, certified organic and free-run. And, it is the single source of poultry protein. Petcurean has included other wholesome foods such as organic peas, lentils, krill, organic flaxseed, blueberries and cranberries to provide dogs and cats with extra nutrition and extraordinary flavours.

·         Endless ValleyEndless Valley’s certified organic pea protein and other pure and natural ingredients are crafted into a vegan certified recipe especially for dogs. A plant-based diet can be a great option for dogs, their humans and the environment, and Endless Valley provides all of the essential amino acids and complementary ingredients that provide complete and balanced nutrition. The Certified Vegan Trademark guarantees that Endless Valley does not contain any animal ingredients or animal by-products, uses no animal ingredient or by-product in the manufacturing process, and has not been tested on animals.

Then when it comes to what fur babies might think of GATHER, well Chloe has tried the samples, enjoyed every single bite there was to be had and has had no complaints! And I like that aside from the ingredients that even the bags that they use for packaging the GATHER line of foods in are one-third plant based. Making the line of pet foods from Petcurean which include the newest line, GATHER, not only a great food that our dog Chloe enjoys, but a line up that has proven to help improve our old dog Chloe's overall health and well being!

The GATHER line of pet food is now available in pet specialty retailers. To find out where GATHER is available please visit www.petcurean.com/gather








3 comments:

Brandi Dawn said...

We are currently trying to find a more suitable food for our fur baby. I love that this is non GMO! I will put it on the list!

Julie Wood said...

This sounds like very healthy dog food and cat food. I would love to give this healthy blend to my dog!

Janet W. said...

I've never heard of this brand of dog food before. Sounds very healthy!