March 1, 2022 Rae Blogs 0Comment

When it comes to a dog food, there are so many options out there. I’ve been feeding my dogs Ketona for about a month and I’m loving the results. All of my dogs are doing great on this food. Some perks of the food is that it has 90% fewer carbs compared to other “premium” kibbles. Ketonaturals offer more protein than most dog diets do at a fraction of the cost, and they have a 30 day money-back guarantee.

The reviews for this food were all highly rated from what I could fine. So many even made positive health claims, but I won’t get into that because I’m not a veterinarian professional who can discuss that. I’m just here to give my opinions and findings.


This kibble is made to mimic a raw diet while being a more affordable option and kibble. It contains no corn, no wheat, no soy, no potatoes, no rice, no barley, and no sweet potato. It also is said to have less than 6% carbohydrates.. It’s a food made in the USA and is complete and balanced for optimal nutrition.

Can All Dogs Eat Ketona?

The short answer is no. This is simply because large breed puppies that grow faster require a special calcium-restricted diet in order to minimize the risks of growth abnormalities. Once they are grown they can eat Ketona. Most other dogs will do just fine. The kibbles are small in size allowing less carbohydrates to be in them.

KetoNaturals Dog Food - Keto Dog Food

KetoNatural – Is it a “ketogenic” food?

The company says that depends on what you mean by “ketogenic” as they don’t guarantee anything specific about a dog’s ketone levels. It’s likely that by reducing the amount of carbohydrates your dog intakes will increase their production of ketone bodies to some degree. If your aim is to maximize the amount of ketones in your dog’s blood, regardless of the reason, you will most likely need to do more than just switch to Ketona.

Ketona also offers chicken liver dog treats. Along with that, they offer two supplements, a calming chew and a mobility chew. I’ll be trying out the mobility chew and give my honest opinion on that as well. My dogs are active and one is a service dog and sport dog so mobility is very important.

What is your opinion of this food?

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