Learn from Nature.
A Physiologically Tuned™, nutritionally correct diet for your canine companion means meat first, limited ingredient recipes. Meat first provides canines the animal protein they need to thrive, while our limited ingredient philosophy eliminates troublesome staples such as Chicken, Corn, Wheat, Soy, and Potatoes.
The result is optimal hypoallergenic, low-glycemic nutrition. We build on this natural foundation by adding vital supplements such as antioxidants, essential fatty acids, and a complete spectrum of vitamins and minerals for holistic pet food that goes beyond nature to become your pet’s signature food for life.
MEAT FIRST PHILOSOPHY
While we all consider our pets to be members of the family, their dietary needs are different than ours. As carnivores, they require a diet rich in animal protein. That’s why the first ingredient in any Zignature® product will always be quality meat or fish, backed by meat or fish meal, as the second ingredient. This isn’t just what your pet craves, it’s what they need to build a soft, silky coat, healthy muscles, and strong bones.
Our recipes mirror the true diet your pet’s ancestors thrived on. In the wild, while prey may vary from day to day, meals are limited in content. We follow this natural blueprint, and limit the number of ingredients in our recipes. This helps ensure proper digestion for your pet, while minimizing possible allergens and food sensitivities.
Every recipe crafted in our kitchens is free of the most common potential canine allergens: Corn, Wheat, Soy, Dairy, and Chicken. And when we say free of Chicken, we mean completely free. We don’t use Chicken Eggs, Chicken Meal, or any Chicken By-Products, whatsoever. While very few pet food companies can make this claim, your pet will appreciate that we can.
You should be counting carbs, at least when it comes to your canine. While dogs thrive on a diet rich in animal protein, carbohydrates do provide healthy benefits, as long as they’re the right kind of carbs. Our limited ingredient recipes omit commonly used industry staples such as Corn, Wheat, and Potatoes as they have high-glycemic carbohydrates. Instead, we use low-glycemic legumes, such as whole Chickpeas, which promote stable blood sugar and provide valuable dietary fiber.