Mighty Dog

Mighty Dog Dog Food

Mighty Dog dog food is Purina’s line for small dogs. It’s interesting that a lot of the marketing that was done in their website mightdog.com is geared towards playing childish games that I felt like I was in the Nickelodeon website. My goal of finding more information about this product there was unsuccessful. At least not much effort was made in marketing it’s nutritional value – what you see is what you get.

Some dog owners are happy with the product as it is inexpensive. However, how good is Mighty Dog dog food for your dog? What are the experiences of other pet owners with this dog food?

Mighty Dog Recall

As of right now, Mighty Dog dog food has not been involved in any recent pet food recalls, and is not currently listed on the FDA recall list. However, recall information may change. In order to make sure that your dog’s food is safe, it’s always highly recommended that you check the FDA’s pet food recall website. This will help you to stay updated on the latest pet food recall information.

Mighty Dog Reviews

Mighty Dog Ingredients

Mighty Dog lists beef and liver as it’s top ingredients, which by and large are good sources of protein and amino acids. Third ingredient is wheat gluten which is arguably a lower quality ingredient. Other ingredients such as meat by-products are also considered inferior. Mighty Dog dog food also contains artificial coloring.

Mighty Dog Allergies

Since many of the Mighty Dog formulas are corn-based, this may cause allergic symptoms in dogs with corn sensitivity. Wheat gluten and soy are also common, which are potential allergens. Some dogs may react negatively to the artificial coloring, added sugar/salt, by-products or other ingredients in the Might Dog formulas.

Mighty Dog Recipes:

* Mighty Dog Senior Dinner
* Mighty Dog I Rule Roasters
* Mighty Dog Go-Getter Grillers
* Mighty Dog Boss Dog Dinners
* Mighty Dog My Way Meaty Dinners
* Mighty Dog Now You’re Barkin’ Cuts

Mighty Dog Consumer Info

How much Mighty Dog should I feed my dog?

A common question that many pet owners have, is “How much Mighty Dog 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.

Mighty Dog Dog Food Coupons

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Have you fed your dog any of the Mighty Dog dog food dry or canned formulas? Do you have feedback that could help other pet owners? Please share your review of Mighty Dog dog food!

  • http://www.phxlib.org Pedro Romero

    If you are looking for a mighty dog for action stunts we have a small toy dog that is so cute you just want to keep seeing him. It would be my pleasure to keep him in the limelight as my hero. He looks so mighty that people just say that he is big and he is fat! He only weighs 9 pounds. My brother found him in an ally in south east Phoenix,with a little soap and water, he shined through. It just goes to show that if someone can care for a stray, that a dog can be a mans best friend also. Since the discovery Tic-Tac has learned to stay at home to recieve the love that he has to offer. He likes to talk on the phone, could you give him a call?

  • Darlene

    I have a dachshund, weimereiner, and skipperkee..I mix 1 5.5 oz can, among the three of them, into their dry dog food. For the last 3 days the weimereiner and skipperkee have had awful diarreha. The dachshund doesn’t seem to be affected. They aren’t vomiting, no loss of appetite. I fed them the hearty beef dinner…I was checking to see if there were any recalls. I am on the way to the store to get rice. I read to have them fast for 24 hours, on rice water..Slowly feed the white rice (mixed w/ chicken baby food for flavor). Why is it so difficult to find a site that helps you out with your pet problems; especially when vet bills are so high???