Nov. 30, 2015
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Cesar Dog Food is not a high-quality product, but it could be worse. Cesar Canine Cuisine Pet Foods is owned by Mars Petcare and all of their foods are made in company owned facilities based in the U.S. Although a number of the formulas have an excellent protein to start off the ingredient list (e.g. chicken and beef), the foods actually contain a large portion of protein by-products. This usually means that they are the leftovers from slaughterhouses and are not fit for human consumption.
So, Cesar starts off really well on the ingredients and then quickly ruins it by including substandard ingredients. Many of the foods also have artificially added color, which just does not make any sense. Really, the dog does not care about the color of the food. So because of these reasons, we have given it the low rating of one bone.
Most customer dog food reviews about Cesar dog food are negative. The inclusion of allergens in many of Cesar’s dog food formulas was a commonly cited negative factor among many dog owners. Also, Mars has a reputation for producing low-quality pet food formulas, which made many consumers think twice about purchasing Cesar dog food.
Cesar brand dog food formulas are mostly marketed towards small dog breeds, or toy dog breeds. One of the commercial jingles for Cesar dog food is, “Now every dog wants to be a Cesar dog!”. Cesar dog food should not be confused with Cesar Millan dog food. Here is a bit more information about Cesar dog food.
Who is Cesar Manufactured By?
The company who makes Cesar dog food is called Mars, Inc. Currently, Mars is one of the largest companies in the United States. Aside from Cesar dog food, Mars also owns many other brands, including Dove, Pedigree, M&M’s, Snickers, Altoids and Bounty. The headquarters of Mars, Inc. are currently located in McLean, Virginia.
As of right now, Cesar dog food has not been involved in a recent pet food recall. Always check the FDA’s pet food recall website for the latest information on Cesar dog food recalls.
In general, the ingredients of Cesar brand dog food formulas are of low quality. Many of the formulas contain artificial coloring ingredients, added salt and artificial colors. Also, the formulas contain a high percentage of starches, which may not be suitable for all dogs.
There are many different ingredients contained in Cesar dog food formulas that could potentially cause allergic reactions in some dogs. For example, in Cesar’s dry formulas, common ingredients include corn gluten meal, chicken by-product meal and ground corn. Cesar’s wet formulas may contain allergens such as wheat flour, starch and wheat gluten.
Where can I buy Cesar?
You may be wondering, “Where can I buy Cesar Dog Food?”. To assist you, we have included links on the specific Cesar formula pages to purchase Cesar dog food.
A common question that many pet owners have, is “How much Cesar dog food should I feed my dog?”. Since the answer is dependent on several factors (such as your dog’s age, weight, activity level, etc) always follow the specific instructions on your formula’s packaging.
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Cesar Dog Food Ingredient List
chicken, liver, beef, meat by-products, brown rice, wheat gluten, starch, tomatoes, wheat flour, pea fiber, broccoli, spinach, salt, minerals (potassium chloride, zinc sulfate, copper sulfate, potassium iodide), sodium tripolyphosphate, vitamins (vitamin A, D3, and E supplements, d-calcium pantothenate, thiamin mononitrate [vitamin B1], biotin), xanthan gum, added color, guar gum, natural steak flavor