Inception® is formulated with animal or fish protein first to serve your canine companions’ needs. We understand your canine companions are carnivore first, omnivore second and thrive with good animal or fish protein in their diets. At Inception® , we ensure our first two ingredients are animal or fish protein. We want to give your canine companions everything they need for a long and happy life with you.
The inception chicken recipe is created with animal protein first to meet your canine’s companions needs. It’s also available in wet and dry formulas.
The chicken in the inception chicken recipe comes from the rolling hills of Minnesota, cage-free, thus having a positive effect on your dog’s food.
We all know the benefits that come with eating fish. The same goes for your dog. The inception fish recipe comes with a combination of two different types of fish: Whitefish and catfish. The inception fish recipe also comes complete with vitamins and supplements to contribute to your dog’s overall health. It’s also available in wet and dry formulas.
The whitefish in the inception fish recipe comes from the fresh waters of the evergreen state of Washington, where the fish are thriving and healthy. The catfish come from the productive roaring rivers of Georgia, where catfish are very popular and plentiful.
Did you know that pork is one of the highest complete meat proteins you can give your dog? It contains essential amino acids in high quantities that may assist in your dog’s muscle development. In addition to the nutrition benefits of pork, the pork in your inception pork recipe comes from the rich farmlands of Iowa, where the farms are owned and ran by local farmers, and agriculture is thriving.
Inception® biscuits and soft-moist dog training treats are extremely tasty and small in size. Conveniently, the treats are perfect for training as they can be broken into smaller, bite-size pieces, making it the perfect healthy reward for your dog. They’re made with nutritious and delicious ingredients with animal-protein first, followed by oats, millet, and milo.