IAMS Savory Sauce for Adult Dogs Country Style Chicken Flavor, 11-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 9)
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- Savory gravy for dry dog food
- Recommended for adult dogs - 1 year and older
- Fortified with essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants for lifelong health
- Iams Savory Sauce is designed to last up to one month without refrigeration after opening
- All flavors are low in fat and calories
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Iams Savory Sauce is a healthy way to top dry dog food for mealtime variety. When poured over a high-quality dog food such as Iams, Iams Savory Sauce adds essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants to a complete and balanced meal. Country Style Chicken Flavor contains real chicken broth and chicken for a savory taste dogs crave. Every bottle also contains real peas and carrots for added flavor and nutrients. Beet pulp aids with healthy digestion.
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By adding between a teaspoon and table spoon of this sauce per 1 cup of dry food (Kirkland brand), the "mildly picky" eater will wolf down her meal almost every time (compared to about 80% of the time without it). The super picky eater will eat it about 50% of the time, though she does not always finish her food. This is still an improvement, but not nearly as successful as say adding soft food with gravy.
So in short: if you're looking to add variety for your dogs, you may get mixed results - but even the pickiest eaters are likely to eat at least a little more!
** UPDATE 11/22/13 **
Both dogs eventually got tired of the gravy in moderate portions, and adding it in large portions was more expensive than their food itself! This update is to serve more as a warning then a negative comment on the product: it's very effective for picky eaters but, as with all treats, if you overdo it they will eventually become bored with it.
Anyway, I still recommend this product highly, but in retrospect (and my recommendation for others) is to pursue a "smarter" option of using it to add in an element of variety rather than flavor. I.e. mix this up with other options on a meal-by-meal basis, such as mixing in a spoonful of soft food, gravy, or chicken broth on a rotating basis to keep things fresh (though this also runs the risk of the dogs turning down the option they like the least and holding out for the one they like the most, usually the chicken broth - can't win, right?!)