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I have been in correspondence with Ms Angeline King (Marketing/Customer Service) for some time now about the quality and source of Primal Pet Foods Freeze Dried food. Strangely enough, I can't quite recall how I stumbled onto Primal, but all I know is, it was God-sent.
I wish to send across my appreciation for what Matt Koss, Angeline, and everyone at Primal Pet Foods is doing to keep our pets all over the world healthy and living to a ripe old age.

A friend's cat had to be put down two weeks ago (and he was only 7) due to liver cancer and failure. I believe this is due to him being fed on kibble almost exclusively for most of his life (that was how his previous owner raised him) until probably in the last year or two when my friend started to supplement that with wet canned food and then later on Primal Pet Foods Freeze Dried, although he was still very much attached to his dried food.

After much advice from Angeline, and reading and research, I firmly believe his ailment was caused by his diet. It is heartbreaking, but I am so so thankful that because of Angeline, I completely stopped feeding kibble to Twinkle around Christmas last year. I hope I pulled out in time.

Primal's advice and referrals really opened up my eyes, helped me gain greater knowledge, and inspired me towards responsible and effective pet parenting.

Please continue the good fight to keep disease and premature sickness and death away from our furkids. The aforementioned scenario is what you all are striving to avoid and I'm tremendously thankful I found Primal Pet Foods.


Posted by Jane of Singapore, SG

I have always had cats in my life ever since I can remember. I am now 22 and living on my own. I have a rescue kitty, Gypsy, and she is my baby.

My parents always fed our cats friskies dry and canned foods, and we never knew anything was wrong with that. But when our oldest cats were only reaching about 12, I realized something must be wrong.

When I got my cat, I did months of research trying to find the healthiest food for her. I asked traditional and holistic vets, as well as read articles from the Feline Nutrition Society. I immediately realized that kibble was causing the early demise of my childhood pets, and I vowed to never feed it to my pets again.

Gypsy has been on Primal raw for about a month now, and I am already noticing changes. Her coat is softer and shinier. She sheds less. She poops only about once a day (as opposed to the three times that she was doing), and it doesn't smell nearly as bad. And, since her diet contains about 70% water, her urine is less concentrated, eliminating that strong amonia odor that could knock you out.

Overall I am extremely satisfied with the results. She loves her new food, and I know she is eating healthy. And as a plus, I am supporting local small businesses, instead of huge big box companies.

Posted by Amanda of Tampa, FL

I met my wife 2.5 years ago. Along with this wonderful woman, I brought into my life Rex and Alex, 2 stunning Maltese dogs (litter mates). Little "alex" was diagnosed with cushings, and as an outsider, I now had a task to learn about my wife and my new dogs. In learning about cushings, I learned a lot from my wife and Alex. We never could get his attitude in line because of the Cushings...until the day we switched Alex over to Primal.

Within days, Alex became the happy-go-lucky-type dog. His ability to stand up and howl at the moon was back in his life as an everyday event. Thank you Primal for putting this dog back into his happy life, as I know if he's happy, my wife is happy, which means...

I'm happy!

Thank you!

Posted by Michael Moore of Katy, TX

Our 8 year old Westie, Charlie, was diagnosed with cancer and wouldn't eat his normal kibble. A friend recommended raw food (our vet was not happy) and Charlie loved it! He never left a morsel in his bowl. This was important since he needed to keep up his strength. Originally he was given maybe 6 months to live, but ended up with us for almost 4 years! Our vet used to call him the wonder dog (they still don't like raw food though).

I have to believe Primal was part of the reason Charlie lived so much longer. Our 4 year old Golden Doodle has been on Primal Formula since 3 months old. And our latest puppy, an Australian Labradoodle will be starting Primal soon.

Thanks so much!

Posted by Ron Wold of Seattle, WA

Having gone to a plant based diet for nutritional reasons myself, I started getting interested in my cats' diet for the same reason. During this time, I had a cat diagnosed with IBD (which pretty much has to do with diet) who was dripping occasional drops of blood on to the floor, rectally. I didn't get informed enough in time, and though he received great veterinary care, he died at age 2-1/2.

During his last weeks of life, another cat in my household developed the same thing, with the same blood problem. I was worried I was going to lose her too, but by that time, I'd decided to see if the cats would eat Primal. So I took her off all medicine and gave her only Primal, and fortunately, she just loved it! I cannot remember a day since starting Primal (4 months ago) that a single drop of blood has showed up. Incredibly, her muscles have filled in, her coat is much softer and shiny, and she's just full of energy. I am absolutely certain that Primal has helped her greatly. I am not a veterinarian and am not suggesting that one abandon veterinary help or advice. I just wanted to share this information in case someone has a pet that is not getting better with medication. Incidentally, all my cats love Primal and are all doing well on it.

Posted by C. Johnson of Annandale, VA


I have had my Boston Terrier since April and she was 4 months old when I got her. From day one she had runny stools and seemed to suffer from IBS. She is a nervous timid dog and I associated this with her digestive problems. I tried lots of different foods over the past 8 months, and much to my dismay, nothing worked. I took her to the vet and sure enough it was time for a prescription diet and she hated it. Another symptom that my dog exhibited was she was not much of food junkie, and she grazed on her kibble rather than devour it.

On a friends advice, she suggested I feed her a raw food diet. I went to my local pet store and found Primal. I chose lamb as my meat of choice, took the food home and defrosted a portion. Much to my amazement she gulped it down in less than a minute. I continued to feed her Primal, and for the past two weeks her stools are NORMAL!!!!! I can't believe this and I appreciate your product so much. I continue to learn about your product offerings and we are now partners in my dogs health for the rest of her hopefully long life. thank you for giving my pup a new lease on life!

Posted by Nick Trincia of Wilmington, DE

I have a female ShihTzu, Missy Ann. Missy was diagnosed with an enlarged heart and a slight murmur. The vet prescribed Vetmedin twice a day. This heart medicine is suppose to be flavored & chewable. NOT! We have tried "everything" edible to get her to take this nasty pill! We were lucky to get her to take one of them a day...let alone two!

Thank God we found Primal Freeze-Dried food! She eats every bite and licks the plate! Thank you for an awesome food for my sweet girl!


Loretta Turner & Missy Ann

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Posted by Loretta Turner of Morristown, TN

I have known about the benefits of raw for awhile however my last and current cat did not care for the brand of raw food (NV) offered at my local pet stores nor did they like the freeze dried raw S&C. Those were pretty much the only choices I had.

I discovered Primal at a store in Gardena CA-kinda far from my house. I bought a starter pack thinking no way would my cat eat it. Well she ate it and loved it. She liked all 4 flavors in the starter pack!

I purchased a Turkey 3 lb bag after the starter and the love affair continued. I usually had to entice and or force my cats to eat their raw with treats on top, warming, or hand feeding. It was like pulling teeth and it was expensive as most ended up in the trash.

With Primal my cat eats it so fast I do not have to worry about it going bad in the dish. I am glad she likes her food, and I am shocked to discover that Primal Raw is cheaper than the premium cans I was buying.

I plan on screaming this fact from the rooftops. My only wish is that you get your food into more Southern California stores. You belong in Centinela and Pet Co!

Posted by Kimberly S. of San Pedro, CA

It has taken me roughly 10 days, give or take, and I have successfully transitioned my Maine Coon kitty off the garbage using both types of Primal!! She was diagnosed with IBS and the vet had her on a hydrolized protein food, which worked okay for a small time, but eventually my cat went back to making a mess with her diarrhea and vomiting.

Since using Primal, her stool is nice and hard and the only vomiting was of the normal hair balls. There was a learning curve with the raw. Kitty was puking it up in the morning as I rushed the warming of the food. Since I have given the food more time in water to warm, however, no problems at all. I use the Freeze-Dried in the AM, since it is quicker.

This stuff is simply amazing!!! Amber the Maine Coon and I both thank you, Primal!!!

Give the raw a try, but make sure you take the chill off of it to prevent vomiting. Amber the Maine Coon kitty has more energy than I have ever seen in her 7 years of life.

Posted by Michael Prince of Abita Springs, LA

My dog Sophie has been eating Primal for about six years now. We adopted her at a year old and she has been on Primal since. Our other new rescue spitz / pom is also eating Primal as well. We had no transition problem with him at all. Sophie, despite her breed, has excellent teeth and has never needed anything pulled. When we adopted the other pom, however, he had to have 6 teeth pulled. I know that his new diet and lifestyle will at least help keep what teeth he has left in there.

Also, when we first adopted Sophie she had pancreatitis, which her breed is genetically prone to. However, we have not had any reoccurring issues with it and she is as healthy as can be. We are working on switching the cats over as well.

Posted by Michelle of Runnemede, NJ
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