Petaluma's Baked Dog Food is a sustainable dog kibble made to have a minimal environmental impact. It contains organic chickpeas, potato protein, dried yeast, organic brown rice, pea protein, and other ingredients. Petaluma’s Baked Dog Food is free from GMOs and is made to meet and exceed AAFCO guidelines. It contains 28% protein and has all of the essential nutrients your dog needs to thrive.
Petaluma’s Baked Dog Food is a very high-priced, healthy, nutritionally complete, non-GMO, vegan dog food from a vegan manufacturer. It receives very good reviews on the Petaluma website. It is currently available in a “Roasted Peanut Butter & Sweet Potato” flavor.
What can you tell me about the maker of Petaluma Baked Dog Food?
Baked Dog Food is made by Petaluma.
Is Baked Dog Food vegan?
Yes, this product is completely vegan and free from animal products.
Are all Petaluma products vegan?
Yes, all of the products made by Petaluma are vegan and do not contain meat or other animal-derived ingredients.
Is Petaluma a vegan company?
Yes, Petaluma is privately owned by vegans.
Where can I find out more about Petaluma?
How can I work out the cost of Petaluma Baked Dog Food?
Because different types of vegan dog kibble come in various bag weights and prices, you need an easy way to compare costs. We've broken the prices down in a few different ways so you can understand how much value for money you're getting with each type of kibble. Here's how it works:
- We've taken the largest sizes of dog food bags available from the manufacturer.
- We've looked at average prices per bag for buying this type of food.
- We've divided the price by the bag weight to show the price per pound of this kibble.
- We've estimated the number of cups of dog kibble in a bag based on the bag's weight.
- We've divided the price by the number of cups to get a price per cup.
When you're comparing different types, bag weights, and prices of kibble, compare the "Price per pound" and the "Price per cup" to understand how they stack up.
How heavy and how much is a bag of Baked Dog Food?
- A bag of Baked Dog Food weighs 18 pounds.
- A bag of Baked Dog Food costs around $90 to $95.
- A bag of Baked Dog Food holds approximately 63 to 72 cups.
What is the effective cost of Baked Dog Food?
- The cost per pound for Baked Dog Food is between $5.00 to $5.30.
- The cost per cup for Baked Dog Food is between $1.25 to $1.50.
How much will it cost to feed my dog Petaluma Baked Dog Food?
We've calculated the cost of feeding your dog Baked Dog Food based on the weight of your dog and on approximate feeding guidelines for dogs of that size. We’ve shown a range of prices for each type of dog, as feeding recommendations and pricing can vary slightly. Here's how that works out.
Cost to feed Baked Dog Food to very small dogs of less than 12 pounds in weight
It will cost between $37 and $45 per month and between $450 and $545 per year to feed a very small dog Baked Dog Food. A bag will last between eight and ten weeks.
Cost to feed Baked Dog Food to small dogs between 12 and 20 pounds in weight
It will cost between $50 and $60 per month and between $600 and $720 per year to feed a small dog Baked Dog Food. A bag will last between six and eight weeks.
Cost to feed Baked Dog Food to small-to-medium dogs between 20 and 35 pounds in weight
It will cost between $75 and $91 per month and between $900 and $1,090 per year to feed a small-to-medium dog Baked Dog Food. A bag will last between four and five weeks.
Cost to feed Baked Dog Food to medium dogs between 35 and 50 pounds in weight
It will cost between $94 and $113 per month and between $1,130 and $1,360 per year to feed a medium dog Baked Dog Food. A bag will last between three and four weeks.
Cost to feed Baked Dog Food to medium-to-large dogs between 50 and 65 pounds in weight
It will cost between $125 and $151 per month and between $1,500 and $1,815 per year to feed a medium-to-large dog Baked Dog Food. A bag will last between two and three weeks.
Cost to feed Baked Dog Food to large dogs between 65 and 80 pounds in weight
It will cost between $150 and $182 per month and between $1,800 and $2,180 per year to feed a large dog Baked Dog Food. A bag will last around two weeks.
We're not able to give approximate prices for dogs heavier than 80 pounds as feeding recommendations do vary.
Always follow manufacturer and veterinarian guidelines on how much you should feed your dog.
What else can you tell me about Petaluma Baked Dog Food?
Petaluma Baked Dog Food is:
- 100% plant-based and vegan.
- A complete and balanced formula to provide for all your dog’s nutritional needs.
- Meets nutritional guidelines from the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) for adult dogs.
- Produced using a sustainable manufacturing process with a minimal environmental impact.
- Free from genetically modified ingredients.
- Made from mainly organic ingredients.
- Free from animal products, corn, soy, and other monoculture ingredients.
- Made in the USA.
- Available in 5lb and 18lb bags.
How do other people review Petaluma Baked Dog Food?
- Average Petaluma review score: 4.6 out of 5 over 30 reviews.
Here are some quotes from reviews.
Honestly, there are so many positive things to say about not only the quality of the product but also the company. After conducting a great amount of research, I chose Petaluma for a multitude of reasons, some being:
2. Company values and commitment to sustainability to not only the product itself, but the entire manufacturing process;
3. Quality of product and transparency;
4. Willingness of company/staff to receive and consider feedback for suggestions and improvement.
I found Petaluma and after talking with their amazing customer service about their soft baked kibble I knew Delta had to try it. As soon as it arrived I gave him a piece to try and he happily chomped away. He loved it and I could see how much easier he was eating!
My little fussy pants Pepper seems to enjoy Petaluma more than the previous vegan food we tried (rhymes with mild birth), but she just isn’t as excited about it as I am.
How much nutrition does Petaluma Baked Dog Food provide for my dog?
- The minimum protein in Baked Dog Food is: 28%
- The minimum fat in Baked Dog Food is: 14%
- The maximum fiber in Baked Dog Food is: 6%
- The maximum moisture in Baked Dog Food is: 5%
What are the ingredients in Petaluma Baked Dog Food?
Organic chickpeas, potato protein, dried yeast, organic brown rice, pea protein, organic peanut butter (organic peanuts), organic sweet potato, organic flaxseeds, organic oats, organic peas, organic sunflower oil (preserved with mixed tocopherols), peanut oil, brown rice syrup, organic carrots, ground grass, baking powder (sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate, corn starch, monocalcium phosphate, calcium sulphate), calcium carbonate, parsley, organic kelp meal, salt, marine microalgae, vitamins (vitamin E supplement, vitamin A supplement, niacin, d-calcium pantothenate, vitamin D2 supplement, riboflavin, thiamine mononitrate, vitamin B12 supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride, folic acid), minerals (zinc sulfate, ferrous sulfate, copper sulfate, manganese sulfate, sodium selenite), turmeric, choline chloride, dl-methionine, cinnamon, allspice, taurine, potassium chloride, ginger, rosemary extract.
Where and how can I buy Petaluma Baked Dog Food?
How can I buy Baked Dog Food?
Where can I buy Baked Dog Food?
- Petaluma Baked Dog Food is available in the US.
Frequently asked questions about Petaluma Baked Dog Food
Is Baked Dog Food vegan?
Yes. Petaluma's Baked Dog Food is a completely vegan dog food product. It is plant-based, cruelty-free, and does not contain any animal products.
Are all Petaluma products vegan?
Yes. All products made by Petaluma, including their dog kibble are vegan, plant-based, and free from animal products.
Is Petaluma a vegan business?
Yes, Petaluma is owned and run by vegans.
Is Petaluma Baked Dog Food approved by the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO)?
Yes. Petaluma Baked Dog Food meets or exceeds all guidelines to be certified by the AAFCO for adult dogs.
Is Petaluma Baked Dog Food otherwise endorsed or certified?
Yes, Petaluma Baked Dog Food is free from genetically modified organisms and is manufactured mainly from organic products.
Is Petaluma Baked Dog Food vegan dog food safe and healthy?
Yes. Petaluma Baked Dog Food is safe and healthy. It contains all of the ingredients, vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients your dog needs to eat healthily, grow, and thrive. It is nutritionally complete, and meets or exceeds all guidelines to be certified by the AAFCO.
Is Petaluma Baked Dog Food good for my dog?
Yes. Vegan dog food can help dogs with weight control, digestion, allergies, arthritis and joint pain, skin and coat problems, and other chronic health issues.
Does Petaluma Baked Dog Food contain everything my dog needs for their health?
Yes. Petaluma Baked Dog Food is nutritionally complete and contains all the ingredients your dog needs including protein, taurine, and other essential vitamins and minerals.
What is Petaluma Baked Dog Food vegan dog food made of?
You can see a complete ingredient list above, but some of the main ingredients in Baked Dog Food are organic chickpeas, potato protein, dried yeast, organic brown rice, and pea protein.
Who sells Petaluma Baked Dog Food and where can I buy it?
You can buy Baked Dog Food from the Petaluma website in the US.
Is Petaluma Baked Dog Food the best vegan dog food?
Baked Dog Food is a very high-priced, nutritionally complete, AAFCO-certified vegan dog food that gives your dog all the calories, protein, vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients they need to thrive. It receives very good reviews on Petaluma's website.
What are the factors that make Petaluma Baked Dog Food more expensive than other vegan dog foods?
We wrote to Petaluma about the price and this is what they told us.
Relative to other vegan brands, there are three main drivers of price on our side:
1) Organic: We believe in organic for its numerous environmental and farmworker benefits. Organic ingredients in dog food are more expensive than folks would expect who are accustomed to buying organic produce at the grocery store. Baked products lose over 70% of the water weight of the original ingredient (for example, it takes 8 lbs carrots = 1 lb dehydrated carrots).
2) Baked / small batch: Petaluma is baked in an oven in small batches, whereas kibble is produced via extrusion with high pressure. Baking food is still fairly novel and is currently more expensive to produce. Manufacturing baked food takes more time and is less scalable than extruded kibble. We believe the more natural flavor and additional nutritional value (such as lower glycemic index and less fat oxidation) make it worthwhile.
3) Calorie content: Our food has around ~10% more calories per serving than most other plant-based dog foods so you end up serving a smaller portion.
As our business grows, we hope to lower costs and pass on that savings to our customers, particularly as baked and dehydrated foods grow in popularity (and of course as demand for sustainable and compassionate ingredients increases as well).
Learn about other vegan dog foods
A note about how we calculated prices
All prices are in U.S. dollars. All prices and cup amounts shown are approximate and may vary depending on your dog’s nutritional needs and other factors. We have calculated prices based on the largest bag sizes available, which provides the most competitive prices for comparison. The price of other bag sizes may result in kibble being more expensive per pound or cup. Prices do not take into account sales tax, shipping, subscription discounts, or other factors. For products not originally priced in US dollars, we have converted based on the exchange rate at the time this review was written. We have also converted kilograms into pounds where necessary.
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