Sunday, July 19, 2015

Kennel Kitchen Chicken Casserole Puppy Food Review

Leo had developed a disinterest towards dog food and it was then when we started trying different stuffs to make his food more interesting. We started with yogurt, eggs, cottage cheese and then tried canned gravy food. We mix these things with his regular food so that he doesn't have to eat the same food all the time.

So one of them was Kennel Kitchen Chicken Casserole Puppy food. It comes in a pack of 300 gms and costs INR 57 only. That's cheap, isn't it?


Growing dogs exhibit omnivorous feeding behavior and therefore their diet should be comprised of proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, minerals and water in the correct proportions. A puppy food that meets these requirements is called a "Complete" or "Balanced" diet. The amount of food a puppy requires changes during growth and depends on the puppy's age, breed, gender, activity, temperament, environment and metabolism. Growth is a very important stage for a puppy and their diet should contain proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, minerals and water in the correct proportions. A puppy food that meets these requirements is a complete or balanced diet. Kennel Kitchen puppy food diet has been carefully formulated to meet all the nutritious needs of growing puppies. 

Guaranteed Analysis :
  • Crude Protein Min(g/100g) = 7.48
  • Moisture Min (g/100g) = 68.99
  • Crude Fat (g/100g)= 7.20
  • Crude Fibre Min( g/100g) = 3.17
  • Calcium Min (Mg/100g) = 219.61
  • Iron Min( Mg/100g) = 9.51

This food is different from other canned foods which can be served as it is. Kennel Kitchen Chicken Casserole needs to be warmed up either in Microwave or in hot water before being served. Once opened, the packet should be refrigerated and should be finished the same day.

Warming it up in the microwave is more convenient but since we are vegetarians, I didn't want to use my microwave for warming up chicken :) !! You need to empty the contents in a microwave safe container and heat it for 30 seconds, if you plan to use your microwave.

Another alternative mentioned on the pack was to keep the packet as it is in boiling water for  a minute and then feed it to the puppy. I boiled up water and let the packet sink in for a minute or two.

Once heated, I opened the packet and the content looked like this :

The consistency of the food was too thick and it was tough to take it out from the packet and its tough to mix it with other food as well. I mixed the entire content with Leo's food and voila, he gulped it down pretty soon. I couldn't have been happier!!

  • Leo liked it and ate his food quickly so its a good way to make your pet eat if he is not eating properly
  • The ingredient list is impressive so its going to be healthy for your pet
  • It comes at a very nominal price so easy on the pockets too

  • It needs to be warmed up before serving which might be an inconvenience 
  • The consistency of the product is too thick 

WILL I BUY IT AGAIN : Yes, though I will try other foods as well, I will continue to buy this too as long as my pet likes it.


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