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A limited-ingredient recipe of nutrient-rich whole foods to fulfil the unique health needs of your dog. The Whitefish & Sweet Potato Recipe is made with carefully chosen, authentic ingredients, for the complete health of your dog. Provides whole-body nutritional support and promotes healthy skin and digestive function.
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    • Health Condition Dietary
      OUR PROMISE - No Meat By-Products, No Wheat, No Corn, No Soy, No Artificial Flavours, No Artificial Preservatives.
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    • Ingredients
      Whitefish, Ground Barley (de-hulled), Rye Flour, Menhaden Fish Meal, Ground Pearled Barley, Sweet Potatoes, Canola Oil (preserved with mixed tocopherols, a natural source of Vitamin E), Tomato Pomace, Natural Fish Flavor, Ground Flaxseed, Dicalcium Phosphate, Calcium Carbonate, Potassium Chloride, Minerals [Zinc Sulfate, Zinc Proteinate, Iron Proteinate, Ferrous Sulfate, Copper Proteinate, Copper Sulfate, Manganese Proteinate, Manganese Sulfate, Sodium Selenite], Vitamins [Beta-Carotene, Vitamin E Supplement, Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), Vitamin A Supplement, Niacin, Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin, Vitamin D-3 Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Thiamine Mononitrate, Folic Acid, Biotin, Vitamin B-12 Supplement], Mixed Tocopherols (a natural preservative), Choline Chloride, Taurine. This is a naturally preserved product.
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    Customer Reviews(10)

    • Vongsiri says... It is a little bit expensive but you pay for what you get. I have a samoyed and she absolutely adores this. xx
    • TONY says... our bullmastiff had adult acne on his chin,vet put him on anti-biotics but they returned once course was finished,replaced dry food with wellness and skin has cleared up and stayed clear.We also have a bulldog on this and she has no tear stains or skin allergies. would recommend this product,only wish it was'nt so expensive
    • Teamjet says... Our Frenchie (Piper) was always itching her belly and under her legs - sometime she was drawing blood - she was also constantly licking her paws. We tried several types of dry food but nothing seemed to stop these issues. After reading the another review from someone else with a French Bulldog we thought that we would give this a go. She has stopped the excess scratching (which means no rash or blood) and her paw licking episodes has drastically reduced - almost gone. Very happy with the outcome and would recommend Wellness Complete Health Fish Dog Food. Her coat is also very shiny. The only downside is her #2s are a little bigger.
    • Susan says... My boy has IBD & his vet diet was making him itch & smell, so after doing heaps of research I found the Wellness Whitefish & Sweet potatoes I wanted to try the Lamb & Barley but there was no 2.5kg bags at Pet Barn, so I tried the 2.5kg bag of the Whitefish & Sweet Potatoes instead & Patch is doing really well poos are firm & he hasn't been scratching..
    • Jessica says... Our french bulldog had uncontrollable itching and rash. After consult and trialling many things with the dermatologist we concluded it was a chicken allergy. It has been wonderful to find this brand with only one protein/meat ingredient. Switching to these fish based biscuits has relieved all his symptoms! It’s also great to know this is higher quality than other brands and his fur is also now extra soft and shiny!!
    • michelle says... Have been using this food for 4 weeks now and cant believe the difference in our miniature schnauzer she has stopped eating away at her paws and scratching herself.her coat is the shiniest i have ever seen it.i have tried numerous products but was advised to try this at pet barn and i am so happy i did.i have started my other miniature schnauzer on wellness as well and i can already notice how shiny his coat is.I had been using another brsnd recommended by the vet which she hated and it didnt help her at all and was double the price.
    • Natalie says... I have a Maltese x who is 5 and for 3 of the years has skin allergies off and on. After many diet changes/home relocations the lovely groomer at Petbarn gave the advise to remove poultry and grain. Within a week the condition reduced to one or two patches and after a month gone. I brought a chicken less expensive brand and the hot spots/sores returned in 2 days. I'll be sticking to fish going forward worth the dollars for my furkids comfort
    • Carla says... Our greyhound constantly had flaky skin and runny stools - since feeding her this food her coat has never looked shinier and her bowels are definitely healthy. Its worth spending the extra $$ for this product.
    • Juliette says... I love Wellness, ever since Petbarn started selling it. I have an older dog with allergies, and this basic protien/;carb diet has worked extremely well for her. She is less itchy, and her coat health in general is really good. My dog also throughly enjoys eating this food, as it has a great aroma for her. What a great product!!!
    • Meg H says... Our black Labrador suffered from a skin complaint over Summer. Vets could not decide weather it was a food allergy or a contact allergy. One of the Petbarn staff suggested we try our dog on Wellness Fish Dog Food and within a few weeks her allergies cleared. After a few months we tried her back on her normal dog food and her skin complaint returned. So back on Wellness and she has been thriving ever since.

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