Monitoring your dog's calorie intake is important, but have you thought about where those calories are coming from? Calories can derive from protein, fat, and carbohydrates but one of these should provide the majority: protein! WeRuVA® makes sure that your dog's calorie intake is balanced with Caloric Harmony and Caloric Melody!
WeRuVa has been providing premium pet nutrition for 10 years as a family-owned pet food manufacturer. They started out by making cat food (they are even named after their three rescue cats: WEbster, RUdi and VAnessa) but started making dog food as they added a rescue pup named Baron to their family. They have super-premium canned foods, treats, cat litter, and now some of the best dry dog kibble!
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Both WeRuVa's Caloric Harmony and Caloric Melody dry dog food are a low carb kibble where the majority of the calories come from protein. The difference between the two formulas is that Harmony has 80% animal-based protein while Melody has 70% animal-based protein. Melody has comparable nutrition with a lower cost for you. We decided to focus on the Caloric Harmony variation and were given a bag of the Venison & Salmon Meal Dinner with Pumpkin to try out.
You know me, the first thing I look at for dog food is the ingredients. They aren't bad at all and I like that they are pretty limited. Some items to note: pumpkin which helps with digestion (lots of good fiber), seaweed has a natural prebiotic effect, and the salmon oil, linoleic acid, and B vitamins help to keep your pup's coat and skin healthy. And guess what? None of these ingredients come from China and are responsibly sourced!
Bailey was pretty eager to try the food out and I was surprised to see square kibble. I don't know about you, but I like the square shape, haha! This kibble is also made in a BRC approved facility which holds the highest standards for quality control and food safety.
As you can see, Bailey wasted no time diggin' in! Venison, salmon, and pumpkin together? YUM! Gotta love that most of the calories come from protein- meat lovers rejoice! WeRuVa's Caloric Harmony and Melody come in many different flavor varieties that include cage-free chicken, grass fed lamb & venison, and humanely sourced salmon.
We had a special guest, a.k.a. an Honorary Chesnut Mutt, named Dexter join us to test out WeRuVa's Caloric Harmony and he really enjoyed it! He has been having tummy issues lately and I know that the pumpkin will help aid in healthy digestion for mister Dexie here.
In all the formulas for both Harmony & Melody, there are no potatoes, wheat, corn, soy, or gluten. There is also low fat & ash content and the food is fit for all life stages. The kibble also has a low glycemic load which helps maintain steady energy levels. Sounds good to me!
In a Nutshell...
- WeRuVa is family-owned and operated has been around for 10 years manufacturing super-premium dog and cat food
- They have two new dog food formulas called Caloric Harmony and Caloric Melody
- Protein, fat, and carbs make up calories in this food with protein making up the majority
- The difference between Harmony and Melody is that Harmony contains 80% animal protein while Melody contains 70% with comparable nutrition at a cheaper cost.
- There are great Chinese-free ingredients like pumpkin, seaweed, and salmon oil to help with digestion and healthy skin
- You can buy both varieties for your pup at Pet360
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This post is sponsored by Weruva and the BlogPaws® Pet Influencer Network. I am being compensated for helping create awareness around the brand new Caloric Harmony and Caloric Melody premium dog food product lines, but we only share information we feel is relevant to our readers. Weruva is not responsible for the content of this article.
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