Wednesday, July 8, 2020


SquarePet is a family owned and operated pet nutrition company. SquarePet brand is veterinarian formulated just like the pet food found in vet clinics. Protein from high quality animal sources. Designed to fuel pets' carnivorous metabolism and crush their next vet check-up. Without grains, peas & legumes. Contrasting the majority of "Grain Free" products available today that contain large amounts of peas, chickpeas, lentils, or other legumes that by nature have lower bioavailability, SquarePet's Turkey & Chicken formula uses only a small amount of highly digestible tapioca (popular in paleo diet recipes.) Prebiotics, probiotics, and dietary fiber sources are added to support a healthy gut and healthy digestion.
We got to have Glory try Square Egg - an industry first, meat-free alternative protein recipe for dogs. Square Egg’s innovative formula features whole cage-free eggs and whey protein as the #1 and #2 ingredients – the highest quality, most bioavailable protein foods known to man! Add to that antioxidant dense superfoods like quinoa, flaxseed, cranberries, blueberries and Jerusalem artichoke and you get an exceptionally healthy, digestible and protein rich diet that exceeds the nutritional quality and protein bioavailability of many popular meat-based premium foods. While Square Egg is a perfect choice for those of you that prefer a meat-free alternative, it nutritionally exceeds any current “vegetarian” offerings on the market. This diet can also be fed to dogs that have sensitive stomachs or as part of a rotational feeding regimen. Results of independent feeding trials showed that Square Egg is preferred over premium meat-based protein diets.

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