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Posted on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 at 12:18 pm
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Wellness understands that the best way to keep your pet happy and healthy is to feed them quality natural food. Wellness’ line of dog and cat foods are made with all natural ingredients. They never use fillers in their recipes, so your furry companion is getting nothing but the best. Wellness pet foods feature a balance of protein, fat, and carbohydrates without empty calories. They use pure protein from high-quality sources instead of using lower quality ingredients found in many other pet food brands. Wellness offers wet and dry food as well as snacks for dogs and cats. You can also find recipes suitable for pets with allergy or dietary concerns.

Visit the Wellness website for a complete guide on every ingredient they use. You can also use their food finder application to find the right food for your dog or cat. Wellness dry foods range in price from around $30.00 to a little over $50.00 depending on variety and size. Individual cans of wet food cost around $3.00. Prices may vary in individual stores. Wellness operates out of Tewksbury, Massachusetts.

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