We cook all Goodness recipes in our human grade kitchens in Australia, one batch at a time. All recipes are free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives.
Indian dog food consumers are more susceptible to exploitation than anywhere in the world because we have very little knowledge about good dog food. This is why many Indian dogs are malnourished, have vitamin and mineral deficiencies, obesity and other diet-related chronic diseases. We can change that by acting now and making the right choices for our dogs. We have laid down certain important points that outline what good quality dog food looks like.
Grain free dog food is a meat based dog food which does not contain any cereal grains. We replaced the grains with healthy vegetables and fruits. It is a completely balanced meal, ideal for active dogs with a strong digestive system.
Benefits of Grain Free: Healthier skin, shinier coat, less shedding, reduces food allergies, more energy, better breath, nutrients are absorbed more easily, leading to reduced stool volume, less food intake.
Unfortunately, the grain free diet is not for every dog. Some dogs have protein allergies or have become too accustomed to consuming grains. In this case, you should go for a healthy grain based diet.
Why Low Grain/ Grain Based?
Most Indian dogs grow up eating a lot of grains in their diet. This makes them less likely to try or even digest a grain free meal. While changing our recipes, we wanted to cater to dogs with all kinds of diets.
Grain based diets can be healthy. Unfortunately many brands use exorbitant grains to reduce product prices. This drove us to introduce grain based formulas in Goodness. We want to provide Indian dog parents with healthy grain based dog food to choose from.
Diet Rotation For Dogs
Goodness always took pride in the variety we brought to the table. There are 2 grain free options and 3 grain based options, ideal for diet rotation.
Rotating your dog’s diet ensures they get optimum nutrition from their recipes. This also opens your dog up to a plethora of new recipes.
Since every dog is different, we recommend transitioning to the new food gradually each time – start with about 20-25% of the new food and slowly increase that amount to a full 100% over a 7 to 10 day period.