Sniff around our dog food reviews and see how some of our first customers have found transitioning their dogs to Scratch.
With no retail markup, the healthy ingredients in Scratch will make their number 2’s smell like No. 5*.
*ask your dear mother
My 10 year old pug-shihtsu has turned into a bouncy excited pup whenever it's dry food (Scratch) time. He has NEVER been like this, it's very funny. Totally impatient! Even though I had always bought top shelf ranges for sensitive skin. His incessant scratching also disappeared! He gets it a little but 10% of what he had (and may be the spring grasses). Also extremely happy with the individual attention given to Manny, it's a big surprise. I am an advocate.
I'll be honest my lab isn't fussy, he'll eat anything. But when he spits out a raw chicken drumstick to eat his biscuits first, you know it must be delicious. I've never seen his coat so glossy and the need for his anti inflammatory medication used to be every day has become a once a fortnight occasion ❤ I love what scratch is all about and refer all my friends
Boise a big ol' gentleman Rottweiler, became part of my family when I adopted him from the RSPCA in September. When he moved in he had been fed a competitor product which my daughter (an avid dog lover and trainer) strongly disapproved of so I was told to find a natural product similar to one she buys in NZ. I found Scratch and transitioned him over straight away. The first week was a bit of an adjustment for his body but it did not put him off his food, in fact he inhaled it!! Everything has settled down, it is just a month since I picked him up and he has been on Scratch about 3 weeks now and is a very happy, healthy camper!
Rescue dog Rex didn't seem very interested in the supermarket kibble his rescue organisation recommended to us and would usually leave most of it in the bowl. He'll also happily relinquish a bone for a ball, and seems uninterested in rawhides and other treats, so I assumed he was just not that interested in food. Not so with Scratch. The transition saw him delicately picking out the Scratch from under the other kibble, and he now licks the uncooperative bowl across the floor till it's shiny clean.
Sam has been on a prescription based metabolic diet for a few years, and as a senior citizen, we were conscious of transitioning to a diet that not only would nourish him but also maintain his ideal body condition and muscle mass. Scratch has not only met our expectations, but totally exceeded it. Sam's recent bloodwork showed he was in primo condition on the inside, a testament to a strong nutritional foundation he has been receiving. His body condition and muscle mass remain in excellent condition, and any fears we had before transitioning over completely evaporated. The additional supplements that Scratch adds confirms the commitment Mike, Doug and the team have for providing holistic nutrition for dogs of all ages. And being an environmentally conscious, ethical company with such awesome dudes at the helm is the icing on the pupcake. Can't recommend highly enough!
Frankie is just over a year old and has never been a huge fan of kibble. Scratch had so many great reviews and was great value for money I decided to try it. I've have never seen her enjoy any food this much! Not even a big juicy bone. The transition to Scratch was so hard because she would pick through the kibble and only eat the Scratch! Best de isikn we have ever made for her!
Gradually added to food 1/4 cup worth over a 3 week period to our raw fed Great Dane. Horrible farts and very runny poo, bought on **** gland issues again. Raw fed is what he thrives on so we won’t be using any sort of “healthy” kibble again.
Hi, Guiness here. I'm an 11 year old female black labrador and I was feeling a bit ruff and lethargic, then I moved to Scratch. It's so delicious and it has improved my energy level so much that I have even started to play with my frisbee again! Life is great on Scratch!
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