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Rethink Wet Cat Food

With new flavors, textures and ingredients, wet food isn't the canned meat loaf of the past. And it's no longer considered "junk food"—in fact, it's packed with nutrients. Find out why you may want to consider wet food to nourish your pet.

Not Just A Meal
Topping Treat

You don't need to rely on just dry pet food for complete nutrition. While quality wet food can offer picky eaters a tasty incentive when added to a dry diet, there are three factors that help premium wet food stand as a meal on its own.

  • Wet food is rich in protein and other essential nutrients.
  • The high moisture content in wet food helps keep pets hydrated and can support urinary tract health in cats.
  • Wet food is lower in carbohydrates than most dry foods, which may be beneficial for some pets with specific needs like weight management or food sensitivities.
Wet food in dish on the counter
Apples, carrots, salmon, sweet potatoes, blueberries, and chicken

Innovative &
Gourmet Choices

Wet food serves up a wide selection of formulas to specifically match your pet's nutritional needs, including:

  • Organic
  • Grain-Free
  • Novel Proteins
  • Skin & Coat
  • Urinary Health
  • Weight Maintenance
  • Sensitive Stomach

Unique ingredient and recipe combinations offered by wet food can also appeal to your pet's taste preferences. Recipes include:

  • Turkey Dinner
  • Poached Salmon
  • Pumpkin & Quail Egg
  • Chicken Pot Pie
  • Seafood Bisque
  • Parmesan & Spinach


Debunking a Dental Myth

A popular belief about wet food is that it's bad for your pet's teeth.

However, pet dental health studies find very little difference in terms of tooth decay between feeding dry or wet food.

Only specific oral care food formulas, such as those with a Veterinary Oral Health Council (VOHC) seal, have been clinically shown to improve dental health.

You can use a wet food diet the same as a dry food diet alongside at-home preventive dental care to support your pet's overall health and nutritional needs.

Two cats eating food