The Good: Myah enjoys it, Generally good ingredients
The Bad: Comparatively expensive, Not the most healthy dog food.
The Basics: Myah enjoys Cesar Canine Cuisine Filet Mignon dog food, but it’s unlikely to be one I make a habit of providing for her.
I’ve never been sold on the television commercials for wet dog foods that trade on the gourmet nature of wet dog foods. In fact, the economic detraction of soft dog foods has long been the reason I have avoided them. Lately, however, my wife and I have been buying our cats all sorts of new (to us) foods and treats. As a matter of fairness, we decided to get some treats for Myah. When our local grocery store did a massive clearance of pet products, one of the ones we picked up for Myah was Cesar Canine Cuisine Filet Mignon dog food. On clearance for $1.50 for a 10 oz canister, the Cesar Canine Cuisine Filet Mignon is still very expensive, especially for a larger dog like our Siberian Husky, Myah.
Cesar Canine Cuisine Filet Mignon dog food is a food that uses meaty ingredients as the primary ingredients, which is one of the reasons it is more expensive than virtually every dry dog food on the market.
A single serving of Cesar Canine Cuisine Filet Mignon dog food is ¾ to a full 10 oz. can per ten pounds of dog, which means Myah would need about five cans a day and that’s just not in the cards for a thrifty family like mine! The Cesar Canine Cuisine Filet Mignon dog food is a brown meat paste, much like a meat pudding or corned beef hash (without the potatoes). It comes out of the can pretty easily and is more solid than fluid.
Ease Of Preparation
As a wet dog food, preparation of Cesar Canine Cuisine Filet Mignon dog food is as easy as opening the can and working the meat paste out of it. After it is out of the can, it helps to mash it up for the dog to consume it easier.
Myah ate up the cans of Filet Mignon dog food very fast. As a soft food, it is more aromatic than the dry foods, so she eagerly devoured all that we put in her bowl. This was a food she ate quickly whenever it was placed before her.
The Filet Mignon food left Myah’s breath smelling meaty, but not bad.
Cesar Canine Cuisine Filet Mignon dog food has a nice, meaty scent that dissipates quickly, especially for a wet dog food. Made primarily of meat by-products, water and animal liver, only a few of the ingredients are natural before the list turns into a chemistry equation of minerals intended to enrich the somewhat bland food. According to the guaranteed analysis, Cesar Canine Cuisine Filet Mignon dog food has at least 9% crude protein, 4% crude fat, but no more than 1% crude fiber and 82% moisture. As a wet dog food, this is not incredibly nutritious, but it also means when serving your dog Cesar Canine Cuisine Filet Mignon dog food, one need not necessarily have a ton of water nearby for them.
Cesar Canine Cuisine Filet Mignon dog food is good, but very overpriced for the size of the serving and the nutrition it possesses (or lack thereof).
For other dog food reviews, please be sure to check out:
Zignature Limited Ingredient Formula Lamb Formula Dog Food
Solid Gold Wolf King Bison
Mixables Colorado Cookout
For other pet product reviews, please check out my Pet Review Index Page for an organized listing of the pet product reviews I’ve written!
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