Yes. The guaranteed analysis of Taurine in Grizzly Super Foods is 0.3% (minimum) for both dog and cat formulas. This information can be found on our Super Foods for Cats labels; we plan to add it to our Super Food for Dogs labels during the next reprint (current AAFCO labeling standards did not require listing… Read More


Grizzly Super Foods is nutritionally dense: it contains none of the usual carbohydrate fillers like peas, potatoes, grains, legumes, or other popular starches. You can safely feed considerably less of this food than other premium or even super-premium dog foods according to the feeding charts below, and be assured that your dog is getting enough… Read More


Because your pet cannot synthesize amino acids in sufficient quantities, they must obtain them through their diet. For dogs, these essential amino acids include Arginine, Methionine-Cystine, Histidine, Phenylalanine-Tyrosine, Isoleucine, Threonine, Leucine, Tryptophan, Taurine, Lysine and Valine. Taurine is also essential for cats. Because wild Alaskan salmon is the first and primary ingredient in Grizzly Super… Read More


According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, diabetes affects one in every 200 cats, and one in every 400-500 dogs. Proper diabetes management, including a low glycemic diet, can keep diabetic pets in good health. Grizzly Super Foods’ very low glycemic index of 18 has been certified by the Glycemic Research Institute.… Read More


The main ingredient in Grizzly Super Food is wild-caught Alaskan salmon—fish that have spent their entire lives foraging on a natural, nutrient-rich diet—resulting in one of the most highly digestible forms of protein. Grizzly’s Oven Baked Super Food contains 75% wild salmon; our Dehydrated Super Food contains 80%. To this we add only 5 other… Read More


Either or both! Grizzly is a complete and balanced meal all on its own, or you can add it to your dog’s diet as a food topper or enhancer. Many of our customers report that adding Grizzly Super Food to their dog or cat’s diet has encouraged a better appetite, which can be particularly helpful… Read More


Grizzly Super Food and Treats *do* produce more crumbs than traditionally extruded foods and treats, because we do not use any non-natural ingredients for binding / solidifying (i.e., starches and fillers). However, if you’re seeing more than 1/4″ to 1/2″ of crumbs in the bottom of the bag (depending on bag size), it’s likely that… Read More