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Zoe says ...
Is the holistic brand a special subset of the regular 365 Everyday Value pet food or are they the same thing?
05/07/2010 5:00:13 PM CDT
Lynda says ...
I have 2 one year old female litter mate cats. One has recently is not only overweight but has been diagnosed with unirary tract infection. The vet told me to change to a food with a PH of 5-5.5. I also looked up this condition on line and found that canned food was the best for this condition. I cannot find any PH level listed on any feline food. Please help.
05/18/2010 5:32:27 PM CDT
Carri says ...
In regards to 365 Everyday Value Brand Dog and Cat food, who makes it for Whole Foods? Thanks in advance.
06/01/2010 11:14:42 AM CDT
ginny d. says ...
although my cat supplements his diet with the occasional rodent (usually rabbit), i wanted to make sure he gets enough water since urinary problems are a common problem with cats. i have been giving him a half can of the 365 brand beef broken into bite-sized pieces with about four ounces of hot filtered water (we call it 'soupies' --he recognizes the word and comes running). here's his picture: http://s9.photobucket.com/albums/a55/ginduf/?action=view&current=notmouse.jpg
07/19/2010 3:30:48 PM CDT
Phyllis Nitti says ...
I would like to know if the 365 canned dog food has perservatives in it?
12/06/2010 12:50:59 PM CST
Cecilia says ...
Re: cat maintainance formula. I noticed that my cats produce much more fecal matter when I switched them to this food. Also, chicken meal is listed as the primary ingredient. Does Whole Foods make a formula with chicken as the main ingredient?
02/14/2011 12:23:36 PM CST
Rachel says ...
I'm so glad I recently discovered the 365 canned cat food. No corn, soy, or wheat, and for only 49 cents a can! Wow! I don't understand why people are worried about the "meat by-products".....lungs, spleen, kidneys, brain, livers, stomachs, and intestines -- all things our pets would eat if they had to kill for their own food in the wild. My cats love the beef flavor, and their digestive health is much improved since they've switched to this food. My overweight cat eats MORE of this food than the food I gave him before, and he has LOST weight. Love, love, love it. I was been spending waaaay too much money on lower quality cat food before I discovered this great bargain. Only problem is... apparently the beef flavor is every cat's favorite. My Whole Foods was completely sold out of the beef flavor so I had to get another flavor. The cats are eating it, but somewhat reluctantly. Their little faces are saying "Where's the beef??" I think the store should consider stocking more of the beef flavor so they won't run out. They had plenty of the other two flavors. :-(
02/15/2011 10:32:14 PM CST
Rachel says ...
Uh... Just "*was* spending". Not "was been spending". ;-)
02/15/2011 11:02:18 PM CST
Nancy Romero says ...
Do you carry raw food diets for dogs?
03/30/2011 1:31:06 PM CDT
bepkom says ...
@Nancy: Our product selection can vary from store to store, so while some of our stores do carry raw foods for pets I suggest checking in at the location where you shop. Thanks!
03/30/2011 4:14:12 PM CDT
Michelle says ...
I was wondering how many kcal and protein are in each can of your 365 everyday value cat food. I can't find the nutritional facts anywhere online.
05/02/2011 2:30:52 PM CDT
Jess says ...
Hi. We use the 365 dry and canned cat food and our cats have never been spunkier with nice coats. They love it. We just recently got a puppy and id love for the puppy to be on 365 as well. Is there a 365 puppy food? Is there a 365 canned food? All my store (Winston Salem, NC and soon to be Greensboro, NC) carries is the regular dry food. Is this food safe for puppies if it is all they make and carry? Thanks!
05/07/2011 7:41:14 AM CDT
Sara Lewis says ...
Is the holistic brand a special subset of the regular 365 Everyday Value pet food or are they the same thing?
05/12/2011 2:29:52 AM CDT
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05/25/2011 11:20:11 PM CDT
John Via says ...
Your house is valueble for me personally. Many thanks!?-
07/30/2011 3:33:32 PM CDT
Barbara Siegel says ...
Hi, I have avoided buying 365 cat food because of by-products. However, I have an old cat and he seems to get tired of every food I get after a few months. So, out of desperation to have him eat, I bout the 365 which he loves so far. I do wonder though, like others I have read on this page, why 365 need by products. With all respect for Whole Foods where I shop a lot, Trader Joe's has cat food with no by-products for $.69 can. So, for $.99 can, I would hope 365 could come up with something comparable. (He got tired of that one, so changed.) Thank you.
08/28/2011 7:59:04 PM CDT
Ericka says ...
I am looking for "365 everyday value dry cat food for my cats. I have been looking for good wholesome food for them, organic but cant see to find it. I tried amazon.com but I dont seem to get anything. Do you know where I can buy this product online? Please, need the help and thanks. I would appreciate the help much! Not sure but I heard that this was a good brand, if not what can i get for my cats that would be wholesome and organic without the byproduct and GMOs added to it? any help would be much appreciated. Thanks again.
10/03/2011 6:16:28 PM CDT
janejohnson says ...
@Ericka We've got just the thing for your your furry friends. Whole Foods Market offers an assortment of organic pet foods. I've copied the link for information below. The cat food starts about half way down the page. Unfortunately, you cannot buy these products online just yet. To learn which products are offered in your community's Whole Foods Market that will please your kitty, I encourage you to reach out to your store directly. The second link will help you identify the contact information for your store. A Team Member there will be happy to talk to you about which cat food products will be best for your pet. Happy hunting. :) http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/pets/products.php http://wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/
10/04/2011 1:46:54 PM CDT
Michael W. Fox DVM says ...
To qualify for the NonGMO project label---which I applaud---your chicken, turkey, lamb and beef ingredients must come from animals not fed genetically engineered corn soy and other GM ingredients and byproducts. How do you determine this---do you only use USDA organically certified animal ingredients, and rely on that, or do you have farmer/producer pledges and verifiaction? Are all such animal derived ingredients from the U.S.? Looking forward to your reply.
10/10/2011 2:09:52 PM CDT
janejohnson says ...
@Michael Thanks for your thoughtful question. For a product to bear the Non-GMO Project Verified seal, it has to go through a third party verification process which includes inspections, testing, and a review of the producers quality control systems. To read about how we deal with GM products please check out our R.O.C.K. site "Reaching Out with Communication & Knowledge." The link's below. http://rock/?p=897
10/18/2011 10:34:19 AM CDT
cheryl says ...
I am looking for the answer to this question but do not see where you answered it. Are your dog foods crue;ty free? Amy: I’m learning that the vast majority of pet food on the shelves at petsmart, etc. are testing their products on lab animals and there are some mind blowing stories out there. I have researched a product called Artemis that is cruelty free; do you carry it? Furthermore, is your brand cruelty free? Thank you. November 5th, 2009 at 7:58 pm
11/06/2011 7:41:29 PM CST
janejohnson says ...
@Cheryl None of our products are tested on animals, this includes our pet foods. The only test performed is a taste test to make sure our pet food is yummy for your pet family.
11/11/2011 12:57:16 PM CST
DAustin says ...
Our two dogs love the 365 canned food and it's a great price. My only concern is the carrageen. I've read that carrageen can cause allergic reactions like stomach and gastrointestinal problems. I'm wondering how much carrageen is in the food, if it's a hopefully safer type, etc. Thanks.
11/12/2011 6:45:01 AM CST
Cindy L. says ...
Is the 365 Holistic pet food coming from chickens or cows that were feed a vegetarian GMO-free diet? And were these products made in the USA or coming from China or elsewhere on the globe? Thanks.
01/02/2012 7:01:10 PM CST
janejohnson says ...
@Cindy Good question! Currently, the only products listed "organic" come from animals fed a GMO-free diet. However, all of our pet food is 100% vegetarian. These products should come from the US since the only product sourced from China are our 365 brand Edamame. Thanks for reaching out!
01/04/2012 1:37:30 PM CST

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