Company HQChehalis, Washington
Parent company4Legz LLC
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Ingredients We Did Not Like
- Canola Oil
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Since 2009 4Legz has never been recalled.
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Our review of 4Legz Peanut Butter & Carob Dog Treats, 7-oz bag begins with a detailed look at the food’s ingredients.
The first ingredient is Organic Rye Flour. Organic rye flour is made with rye grain that has been grown without chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides. Organic rye has a lower gluten content than wheat but it is not gluten-free. In pet food, organic rye flour adds flavor and color while providing bulk and acting as a source of carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals.
The second ingredient is Oat Flour. Cobalt glucoheptonate is a supplemental form of the trace mineral cobalt. In pet food, cobalt glucoheptonate can help support the synthesis of red blood cells.
The third ingredient is Organic Unsalted Peanut Butter. Organic unsalted peanut butter is a spread made from ground, roasted peanuts, often with other ingredients such as sugar and emulsifiers added. All ingredients used in the manufacture of organic unsalted peanut butter must be raised without chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides. In pet food, organic unsalted peanut butter is used as a flavoring agent and fat source; it’s usually found in treats rather than in kibble or wet food.
The fourth ingredient is Canola Oil. Canola oil – also known as rapeseed oil – is a oil pressed from rapeseeds. In pet food, canola oil serves as an inexpensive source of fat, Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, and vitamins E and K.
The fifth ingredient is Carob Chips. Carob chips are a culinary alternative to chocolate chips. They are made with carob, which comes from milled, roasted pods that come from carob trees, and which has a flavor similar to chocolate. While they aren’t something you’ll often find in pet food, carob chips sometimes make their way into treats.
After the fifth ingredient, the list includes all remaining ingredients. It’s worth noting that ingredients (other than nutritional supplements) located this far down on the list aren’t likely to have an impact on the overall rating of this 4Legz Peanut Butter & Carob Dog Treats, 7-oz bag.
There are 5 notable exceptions including good ingredients and controversial ones.
List of low-quality ingredients
- Canola Oil
List of controversial ingredients
- Oat Flour
- Organic Rye Flour
- Organic Unsalted Peanut Butter
We’ve compared 4Legz Peanut Butter & Carob Dog Treats, 7-oz bag to the other 6131 dog foods in our database:
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Compared to the other 6131 dog foods in our database, this recipe has:
- 29.3% less crude protein
- 9.57% less fat content
- 3.42% more fiber
Dogs typically thrive on a diet that includes high protein content, a medium amount of fat, and a comparatively low amount of carbohydrates, along with sufficient moisture. It’s worth noting that specialty diets recommended by veterinarians might prioritize different nutrients based on your pet’s condition and unique needs.
4Legz Peanut Butter & Carob Dog Treats, 7-oz bag is priced below the average market price for Dog Treats.
When we analyzed the ingredients in 4Legz Peanut Butter & Carob Dog Treats, 7-oz bag, we found that most of the protein is derived from plant based sources.
As for the overall quality of the recipe, 4 of the first 5 ingredients are low-quality and controversial ingredients. That’s why we believe that this recipe is not recommended.