Monday, December 2, 2013

Tasty Tuesday: Hill's Ideal Balance Food

This Thanksgiving I had my first taste of wet dog food and LOVED it! A month ago my mom won a giveaway and received different Hill's Ideal Balance products. The delicious flavor I tried was Braised Lamb & Vegetables Recipe. I checked out their website, here are what I found out:

Key Benefits

Recommended For:

Adult dogs 1 - 6 years of age.

Not Recommended For:

Puppies, pregnant or nursing dogs, or mature adult dogs.
MeatLean proteinHelps keep slim and trim.
Brown RiceNatural fiberHealthy digestion for happy tummies.
VegetablesVitamins & mineralsTo keep playing longer.

Ingredients (The top 10 ingredients)

Lamb Broth, Lamb, Beef Broth, Water, Pork Liver, Chicken, Brown Rice, Carrots, Rice Starch-Modified, Potato Starch

Average Nutrient and Caloric Content

Canned 918 kcal/kg (333.234 kcal/per 363g can)

I would love to hear from you: 
  • Do you eat dry or wet dog food?
  • What brand?
  • How often do you eat?


  1. Looks good! The dogs are on Nutrience grain free fish dry food. It was rated 5 stars on Dog Food Advisor. Beamer eats twice a day. 1.5cups each feeding.

  2. I have wet in the morning and dry ( to keep my teeth clean ) at night. So a bit of both here. Have a terrific Tuesday Spencer.
    Best wishes Molly

  3. We won that package too but donated the food since we don't eat grain free or soft food. I have never tried soft food, how lucky for you to get to try it!

    1. My mom plans on donating the rest of it as well! Had to try one out! ;)

  4. Our cats eat hard and soft hills k/d diet. We are in a "food" experiment time. We are trying new foods to find one that makes us less farty. We eat hard and soft. Lee and Phod

  5. We're dry food people, and it tends to be Pedigree. Too many mouths to feed in our household, so this is what we can consistently afford.

  6. I eat dried food moisten with hot water. That seems to be a lot of food. Yummy! Happy Tasty Tuesday. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar