My dogs and cats got to try a brand new pet food called Terra Ultra. This pet food is available in Canada and is coming soon to the U.S.!
Terra Ultra dog and cat food contains high-quality, grain-free dry food and pieces of freeze-dried raw chicken. There’s a version for dogs and a version for cats, so there are some happy kitties around here.
This review is sponsored by Terra Ultra pet food, but all opinions are my own.
Terra Ultra Dog Food review
My thoughts on the Terra Ultra dog food:
Terra Ultra is a brand under the company Pipeline Pet Products, which has been a sponsor of my blog for about 3 years. You might remember the company’s healthy treat brands I’ve featured such as Green Bark Gummies and Organicfuls.
Terra Ultra is the company’s first brand of food, and it will be available in the United States soon through Jet.com. I’m happy to recommend it for anyone looking for a high-quality dry food. I’ll link to it as soon as it’s available!
The brand is not a “raw diet” because it is mostly kibble, but it’s a healthy option for those who would like to conveniently add small amounts of raw food to their pets’ meals. My two dogs and my two cats all seemed to really love this food!
Here’s a quick video we made where my cat Beamer and my weimaraner Remy made quick work of this food! Terra Ultra Dog Food Review.
Terra Ultra is transparent about its ingredients and does not use any:
- artificial flavors or
- cheap fillers.
Here’s the list of ingredients, according to Terra Ultra’s website:
Chicken Meal, Green Whole Peas, Chicken Fat (naturally preserved), Navy Beans, Lentils, Dried Whole Beet Pulp, Brewers Yeast, Flaxseed, Chicken Liver Digest, Freeze Dried Chicken, Potassium Chloride, Sodium Chloride, Apple Pomace, Dried Whole Carrot, Choline Chloride, Mixed Tocopherols (natural preservative), Rosemary Extract (natural preservative) … [read full list here].
You can also learn about each ingredient HERE.
One downside with this brand is that the only recipe available is chicken. While chicken is a healthy food, a small percentage of dogs and cats may require a different protein source due to chicken allergies.
Where to buy
Terra Ultra Pet Food is currently available in 4.4-pound and 11-pound bags in Canadian Walmarts. It will be available in the U.S. soon on Jet.com.
Cost per 4.4-pound bag: $14
Cost per 11-pound bag: $23
What’s unique about the food?
Terra Ultra and its parent company Pipeline Pet Products are transparent about their ingredients and do not use any by-products or cheap fillers. I appreciate you can see the full list of Terra Ultra’s ingredients but also read about each one HERE.
Pipeline Pet Products also uses a patented ingraining process to naturally “ingrain” all three omega-3 fatty acids into flax and chia. Because of this process, the omega-3s are easy for dogs and cats to absorb and there’s no need for the body to convert them. No chemicals are used in this process.
Here is a video where Tristan Cavato, a co-founder of Pipeline Pet Products, shares exactly how this process works. [Link to video.]
Pros of Terra Ultra pet food:
- Made with high-quality kibble and freeze-dried raw chicken
- Made without corn, wheat, soy, grains
- No artificial flavors or colors, according to the company
- Real chicken is the first ingredient
- The company makes food for cats too
- Includes all three omega-3 fatty acids
- The company is transparent about each of the ingredients
- Only one recipe available, which is chicken (some dogs have chicken allergies)
- Not available in bags over 11 pounds (available in 4.4 lb & 11 lb)
- Not available in the U.S. yet but COMING SOON!
I would recommend Terra Ultra Pet Food for …
This is a healthy dry dog and cat food I would recommend for anyone looking for a new grain-free recipe to try. Of course, it also has the added benefit of the pieces of freeze-dried raw chicken.
I would recommend this food for cats and small dogs because it comes in smaller bags right now. It’s available in Canadian Walmarts and will be available in the U.S. soon on Jet.com.
Read more about the food on its website HERE.
Would your dog or cat like to try this food?
Let us know in the comments if you have any questions about the brand or the food.
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