Precise Dog Food

The website for Precise dog food advertises: “Dog’s can’t feed themselves, either – They’re relying on you to make healthy food choices for them”. Precise is a line of pet foods that hasn’t yet become as popular as some other brands. You may be wondering – Is Precise dog food the right choice for my dog’s health? Learn more about Precise dog food in our review!

Who is Precise Manufactured By?

The company who makes Precise dog food is called Texas Farm Products. Texas Farm Products traces its roots back to 1930, and is a family-owned company. Aside from Precise dog food, Texas Farm Products produces several other pet food formulas, including Star Pro, ANF pet foods, Lone Star and Precept.

Precise Dog Food Recall

As of right now, Precise dog food has not been involved in any recent pet food recalls, and is not listed on the FDA’s pet food recall list. However, pet food 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.

Precise  Reviews

Precise Ingredients

There are three distinct category brands for Precise dog food: Precise, Precise Plus and Precise Holistic Complete. The first ingredient in many Precise dog food formulas is usually either a meat or a meat meal. The second ingredient may be protein-based, but is usually a carbohydrate. The main sources of carbohydrates in Precise dog food formulas are brown rice and ground oats. There are often many different meat ingredients in many Precise dog food formulas, which may be farther down the ingredients list. Examples of protein sources include lamb, fish, chicken and salmon. The chicken fat in Precise dog food is preserved with mixed tocopherols, and ascorbyl palmitate, which is a fat-soluable form of Vitamin C.

Precise Allergies

There are no significant ingredients in Precise dog food that are known to commonly cause allergic reactions in dogs. However, when feeding your dog Precise dog food, it’s always best if you thoroughly read the ingredients list, especially if your dog has special dietary requirements.

Precise Recipes

Precise Dry Recipes:

  1. Precise Small and Medium Puppy
  2. Precise Foundation
  3. Precise Chicken Meal and Rice
  4. Precise Light
  5. Precise Competition
  6. Precise Endurance
  7. Precise Lamb Meal and Rice Sensicare
  8. Precise Large & Giant Breed Puppy
  9. Precise Senior
  10. Precise Plus Puppy
  11. Precise Plus Adult
  12. Precise Plus Lamb Meal & Sweet Potato
  13. Precise Large & Giant Breed Adult
  14. Precise Senior
  15. Precise Wild at Heart Flight Line – Duck & Turkey
  16. Precise Wild at Heart River Line – Salmon
  17. Precise Large & Giant Breed Puppy

Precise Consumer Info

Where can I buy Precise?

You may be wondering, “Where can I buy Precise Dog Food?”. To assist you, we have included links on the specific Precise formula pages to purchase Precise dog food.

How much Precise should I feed my dog?

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

Precise Dog Food Coupons

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Precise Ratings

Customer reviews of Precise dog food formulas are fairly average. Many dog owners have positive things to say about Precise dog food, mostly due to the quality of ingredients for its affordable price. Some dogs that have switched their dogs from a corn-heavy formula to Precise dog food also report improvements in their dog’s health. However, many dog owners were concerned about the seemingly high amount of carbohydrates in Precise dog food. Another concern among pet owners was the quality of the meat meals used in Precise dog food formulas.

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

  • Teresa Eastman

    My eight year old Bernese Mtn. Dog has been eating precise dog food for three years. For 3 weeks now he has been miserable with itching and losing hair…I ordered a Holistic Precised Food and also a grain free…he refuses to eat it. Searching for a better food…

  • karen

    I tried Precise dog one day because it was on sale. That was several months ago & now I will always buy my two dogs (a pom & boston terrier) this brand. My boston had white flakes on his coat but since I’ve switch to Precise, his coat is smooth & shinney. My boys now are only feed Precise & I wont feed them anything else. I tink in the future I will also try the cibble.

  • ken

    My year and half old female boxer was on Orijens; a very high quality food. Lately her stools were loose and runny. I read somebody had another boxer with same condition, tried Precise Holistic with good result. I tried it. I am sold too. Her stools are now firm, but I must aver I also mix half orijens and half Precice holistic with alittle extra protein (chicken thigh) .. high quality. Only thing I worry about is that some sites have indicated that brown rice can contain some levels of arsenic. Well, I know when I eat an apple, I consume the whole thing. The seeds contain arsenic, I’m 60 and in perfect (physical) health !! try it !!

  • Kelley

    WOW, last comment 9/2012…I am about to buy the large breed formula. Have Purina Pro Plan now. I have two great danes, ages 5 and 6. Took my female (6) to vet last week, she stopped eating on her own, just as she did 3 yrs ago just before litter was born. Being that she’s 6 and still developing milk every six months before her cycle, never the less Im concerned about that as well. Blood test and sono was done. Blood showed her liver enzymes high, “possible Cushings”. Also prone to bladder infections, since she was a pup. Now on antibiotics for that. -So, been trying different foods. Male is very picky, so I have to be as well. Going to try this, hope they like it. Not sure what was causing the liver to show such high levels (Retics 205.2 and ALKP 821..very high) going back for a recheck in two days. Anyway, after all that being said. Several years back I tried Nutro, the very first bag i bought almost killed my female. Was in hospital for a week. I called company to report it. Then, Looked on the recall list and seen it. So I went back to the ol Purina brand which has never failed me. Weary about this brand, but I do like the idea that this company resides in Texas (where I live, not far from me:) ….added the issues above really for personal advise/opinions and provide our current state of health. Any comments?

    • Cherie….My dog suffered from seizures and my love for her had me researching hard! This is your answer..Nzymes with an N. Precise is an excellent food however, previous foods coupled with some flea protections that you may have used which are poisonous to your dog, damaging effects from some dog inoculations contribute to some very damning health problems. Your vet may disagree but my dog is now healthy and seizure free without meds!

  • Betty

    I have two boxers that are doing great on Precise Holistic Complete.

    My 7 year old developed pancreatitis several years back and was put on Hills Prescription Diet. After learning how bad this food was (one star) I went in search of something else that had a very low fat content. He can’t tolerate anything over 12% fat so after much research I feel like we tried them all Wellness Core, Origins, Solid Gold, Blue Buffalo, California Naturals, even tried Kangaroo, but nothing would work for him. He either didn’t like the food or he would end up sick with colitis. Finally I discovered Precise Holistic Complete Senior and he has done great, no bouts of colitis and he loves it.

    So when I got a new boxer puppy we started him out on this too. For some reason though he wants to steal my other dogs food, even though you would think the puppy brand would taste better than the senior. He’s now 5 mo. and I’m thinking of switching him to Precise Holistic Wild at Heart to see if he’ll eat this one better. Either way I am keeping both my dogs on this food as I think it great for boxers. I would suggest this dog food to anyone looking for a great quality product!

  • Bill

    Wow. I have never heard of this food before. I will have to give it a try. My dog gets an upset stomach very easily. Maybe this will help him out.

  • Susan Kublin

    I have my dog on Precise as well. It is an extremely high quality food for the money. It is made by a family owned company that has never ever had a pet food recall, and they have been in business since the 1930’s. This is not a grain free food (which I know is all the rage), but i find it works wonderfully for my medium sized terrier. They have an original formula, as well as Precise Plus and Precise Holistic. There are now a lot of good foods out there, but many come with a very high price. This is a wonderful product at a reasonable price.

  • elizabeth yates

    I too agree with the reviews of Precise. All of our 5 dogs and 3 cats are on Precise. Our labs are on the Sensicare due to multiple allergies. Our chihuahuas are on the Holistic Small/medium breed kibble. Our cats are on the Foundation formula. All are doing great. Their coats are so shiney and their health is tip top. I cannot recommend it enough. I have tried just about every brand and this is by far the BEST.

  • Linda

    I am so glad to know that Percise is still available. We found the Percise Dog food 15 years ago for our GSDs. It was everything that the above reviews said and more. Our beautiful Shepherds lived long full lives and 0 vet bills. I just rescued a beautiful GS puppy from a breeder who was going to put him down because of an accident with her horse. He is having bowl problems but I know that Percise puppy will be great for him till he gets the swelling our of his little specter. Right now he is on pumpkin, yogurt. He accidentally got into my cat food and what a smelly mess!!! I hope I can find percise at Jakes feed or at wet pets and critters in Longview. Google says they carry it. If not I will order it online. Lone Star Feed use to send it to me. I might call them to.

  • Paige Jones

    I have a 5 month old Bullmastiff who has been doing GREAT on Precise Plus Holistic Large/Giant Breed Puppy. Her stools are small and firm, her coat is GORGEOUS, and she loves the food. We have to order Precise online as where we live there are no stores that carry it. One time we ordered it and our order did not process right. We were forced to go out and buy another type of dog food until Precise would get to our house, plus we were interested in trying another food on her just to see. We gradually switched her from Precise to Blue Buffalo Large Breed puppy (we heard it was great food and it’s available near us). Immediately she started having HUGE bouts of diarrhea, like pudding, and extremely EXTREMELY bad gas! When I say bad I’m talking knock you down stinky and as much as 15 poots every 10 min after eating! I thought that she would get over it and it was just part of making the transition. I was wrong, she continued to have the awful stools and gas for nearly 2 weeks. She had started to lose weight and was not looking near as good as before. Immediately we switched back to Precise and the results have been wonderful. This is just the best dog food in my opinion. The breeders we got her from had her on some cheap feed store brand and she had bad gas from that too (if you didn’t know Bullmastiffs are prone to bad gas) She has had no gas what so ever on Precise and we get compliments everywhere we go about how healthy she looks and how soft/pretty her coat is. I HIGHLY recommend Precise Plus Holistic!!!

  • Erica

    I have tried just about every food that’s top rated from Orijen to Nutro, and every single one of them had negative impacts on my two boxers. From something as simple as gas, to having digestive issues. My boxers were tested for many things at the vet, and it all boiled down to the food they were on. A local natural health inspired dog owner suggested I try Precise Foundation or Sensicare for my boys. I did, and within 24 hours their poop was of solid form, and I haven’t smelt a single fart come from either of them. And every boxer owner knows how they can clear a room with their Gas. Lol. The Precise Foundation has made their coats look glossy and smooth and soft. They sit patiently and eager for their next meal, and love the taste. This food is very reasonable in price, I pay 34.99 for a 44 pound bag, and my boys do absolutely amazing on it. If your dog has issues with chicken formulas, I’d suggest using the Precise Sensicare formula that is lamb based. My mix breed is on that and has irritable bowel disease and does great on it, no more outrageous prescription diets for him. My experience with this food thus far has more than impressed me and I will NEVER try or buy another brand of food again. I recommend anyone to try this food, I’m sure you would be just as satisfied, and if not, return it back where you bought it as part of the guarantee for Precise customers. Let me make clear, I do not work for Precise in any way, I’m just someone that has done the long trial and error of looking for the perfect food, and I found that in Precise :)