My dog loves these but think i need the slightly bigger pots.
Poor economy, low actual meat content, confusing guidelines. . cesar senior is a range of wet food pouches for adults dogs aged 10 +. A dogcan be regarded as senior age 10 plus. Colour coded packets for turkey, beef, chicken and lamb. Each pouch is 100ga tiny portion and contains 87 kcal. No added sugar, no artificial flavours. However, the quality of the ingredients are poor with a high percentagebased on animal derivatives. Chicken and rice; 45% meat and animal derivatives inc just 4% chicken. Contains 4% ricebeef and rice; 45% meat and animal derivatives inc just 4% beef. Contains4% riceturkey and rice; 45% meat and animal derivatives inc just 4% turkey.
This is a high-quality dog food (fresh selection in sauce) is one that my pooch really seems to visibly enjoy. I hadn’t purchased any cesar product before and had only ever bought a cheap supermarket offering, which my dog was used to. But he seems to particularly enjoy this food and its consistency- it really does look like gourmet food for dogs. The convenience of these bulk packs is also an advantage for stocking up. Here are the specifications for the Cesar Dog Food Senior Deliciously Fresh Selection in Jelly 8 x100 g:
Never met a dog that didn’t like them. My menagerie of mutts aren’t fussy eaters, and they would all happily wolf down cesar by the bucket-load, but it’s quite expensive. However i have been feeding the eldest spaniel a mix of cesar pouches and soaked biscuits regularly for about a year and a half. She loves it and doesn’t suffer any of the, erm, distress that some other foods, particularly tinned meat, can give her. These pouches contain a mix of various flavours of meat and vegetables, served in a sauce which almost looks good enough to eat. The individual pouches are quite small and bigger dogs may need two or more pouches, or do what i do and use them in combination with biscuits. Perfect for fussy dogs, or senior canines, the only downside is their a little pricey.
The dog likes them and they are not too rich for his digestion, reasonable value too. Our rescue dog, a 30kg greyhound cross lurcher is generally fed on dry food. Not that he is too fussy, he will eat pretty much any brand of dog food put into his bowl. His usual daily amount of dry food is around 350-400g a day split between 2 meals. This seems to be the optimum amount he needs as he is generally very active on his walks, around 3 miles twice a day, but a sofa surfer when inside. To make his meals more interesting we have been substituting 100g of cesar deliciously fresh selection with the dry food for his evening meal. He’s a pretty quiet dog on the whole, rarely barks or shows emotion. As a rescue dog during the first 6 months of his ownership he would bolt his food down as if it was his last meal ever and he’d not been fed for three weeks. Since then he has become more confident and settled enough to leave some food for later. Well, with cesar mixed in with the biscuits it’s as if it’s his birthday every evening meal time.
Reviews from purchasers :
If the dog loves them i love them. In my considerable experience dogs, very much unlike cats, are not fussy eaters, and i was sure the 4-year old spaniel this pack was ordered for would enjoy caesar pouches. Sure enough he seems, judging by speed of consumption, to love them. The pouch is squeezed into his bowl and seconds later he’s licking the last traces up. Job done, mission accomplished.
The dog has no complaints about these pouches, in fact he wolfs them down so they are definitely a good buy from that point of view. I haven’t noticed any ill effects from his consumption so all in all i’m happy too. The pouches are small ish but if you also have a small dog that is no problem, they open easily and the food slides out easily too. They seem like good value for the price and i do think cesar is one of the best brands so i would definitely recommend.