Our products are wheat free, gluten free, corn free, and hypoallergenic.
We test our products rigorously before, twice during, and after the production run.
Our dog and cat foods exceed safety standards and vitamin, mineral, and micro-nutrient Minimum Daily Requirements.
Viand Believes in Quality, Not Quantity
What do you think about when you buy dog food? Do you think about how long the bag will last? How much it will cost? The nutritional value of the ingredients?
One eighteen pound bag of Viand contains approximately six times the nutritional value of one typical bag of dog food. Because of this high nutritional content, you will not have to feed your dog as much at every meal. Because of this, one bag of Viand will last about three times as long as ordinary dog foods for a medium-sized dog!
We have perfected a highly concentrated pet food, formulated from premium “meat” meals, which are dry forms of pure, quality meat. Meat meals are not to be confused with meat-by-product meal, which is a slurry of miscellaneous parts of an animal, much like the meat that makes up a hot dog. 95% of other dog foods also have a first ingredient listed as corn or whole grain, which are more or less fillers. Some foods are even replacing grains with unhealthy starches such as potato and tapioca, which offer absolutely no nutritional value to a dog! Don’t you want to feed your best friend the highest quality food available?
Viand takes the guesswork out of buying dog food. Let us keep your pets healthy so that you can enjoy them for many years to come!
Viand's Premium Pet Product Ingredients Explained
Chicken Meal - Meat meal is considered a meat concentrate and contains nearly 300% more protein than fresh meat
Lamb Meal - Meat meal is considered a meat concentrate and contains nearly 300% more protein than fresh meat.
Duck Meal - Meat meal is considered a meat concentrate and contains nearly 300% more protein than fresh meat
Oat Groats - A whole grain, a minimally processed form of oats. So long as they are adequately cooked, groats are high in nutritional value.
Brown Rice - Brown rice is a quality ingredient… a complex carbohydrate that (once cooked) is fairly easy to digest.
Chicken Fat - Chicken fat is obtained from rendering chicken… a process similar to making soup in which the fat itself is skimmed from the surface of the liquid. Chicken fat is high in linoleic acid, an omega-6 fatty acid, essential for life.
Mixed Tocopherols - Vitamin E content per 100 grams of source can include: wheat germ oil, sunflower oil, almond oil, sunflower seed, almond, hazelnut, walnut oil, peanut oil, olive oil, poppy seed oil, Peanut, Pollard, Maize, Poppy Seed, Asparagus, Oats, Chestnut, Coconut, Tomatoes, Walnut, Carrots, or Goat's Milk.
Flax Seed Meal - One of the best plant sources of healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Flax seeds are also rich in soluble fiber.
Natural Chicken Flavor - Flavoring substances obtained from plant or animal raw materials, by physical, microbiological or enzymatic processes. They can be either used in their natural state or processed for human consumption, but cannot contain any nature-identical or artificial flavoring substances.
Sea Salt - Primarily used to a level necessary to meet nutrient requirements.
Tomato Pomace - For its high fiber and nutrient content
Dried Kelp - Provides iodine to the diet for correct functioning of the thyroid gland and helps correct dietary deficiencies. It can contain up to 12 vitamins, 60 minerals, and 18 amino acids.
Brewer's Dried Yeast – Non-active form of yeast, which comes from hops. It provides B vitamins, which increases fertility, blood circulation, and tissue regeneration.
Garlic - Stimulates the immune function. Natural antibiotic. Helps repel fleas.
Montmorillonite Clay - A source of available minerals that acts as a catalyst in the digestive tract promoting better and faster assimilation of nutrients.
Zinc Proteinate - Zinc helps catalyze metabolic reactions.