Go! Natural Fresh Water Trout Dry Formula – Floppycats.com Review

Post Published on October 19, 2010 | Last Updated on November 16, 2010 by Jenny

Go! Natural Fresh Water Trout Dry Formula in bowls
Go! Natural Fresh Water Trout Dry Formula in bowls

If you follow our blog posts, then you probably know that Go! Natural sent us a large box full of all their foods for us to product test.  The Go! Natural Fresh Water Trout Dry Formula is the last one of the dry formulas for us to cover on the blog. 

Grain Free Freshwater TroutTrigg and Charlie loved it as much as they liked the Go! Natural Fresh Water Trout Wet Formula – which we reviewed some months back. 

Petcurean, makers of Go! Natural, highlight that their food is:

  • Formulas that you can feed your kitty their entire life
  • Because of the nutrition factor, they say that you end up feeding 40% less food
  • They use “fit for human” ingredients
  • They have solution formulas
  • They go through quality assurance

Petcurean is one of those pet food companies that is small and therefore hasn’t grown by leaps and bounds – so there is still a good amount of attention on the quality of the product.

Go! Natural Fresh Water Trout Dry Formula and Charlie
What? There's no grains in this stuff?

Here are the ingredients in this food:

Trout meal, freshwater trout, natural fish flavour, herring meal, potato, chicken fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols, a source of vitamin E), salmon oil, pumpkin, apples, carrots, bananas, blueberries, cranberries, lentil beans, broccoli, spinach, cottage cheese, alfalfa sprouts, phosphoric acid, potassium chloride, taurine, choline chloride, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus casei, Enterococcus faecium, Bifidobacterium thermophilum, dried Aspergillus niger fermentation extract, dried Aspergillus oryzae fermentation extract,  vitamins  (vitamin  E supplement, L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate (source of vitamin C), niacin, inositol, vitamin A supplement, thiamine mononitrate, d-calcium pantothenate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, riboflavin,  beta-carotene, vitamin D3 supplement, folic acid, biotin, vitamin B12 supplement), minerals (zinc proteinate, ferrous sulfate, zinc oxide, iron proteinate, copper sulfate, copper proteinate, manganese proteinate, manganous oxide, calcium iodate, sodium selenite), garlic powder, yucca schidigera extract, dried rosemary.

Calorie Content: ME (Calculated) = 4560 kcal / kg or 547 kcal / 8 oz (250 ml) cup

Of course, I recommend this food based on the fact that it’s grain free, however, I do recommend wet food over dry food any day.  This is an excellent company and they have been very responsive to all my inquiries.

Here’s a video I captured of Charlie and Trigg chowing down on the Go! Natural Fresh Water Trout Dry Formula:

Do your kitties eat this food?  How do they like it?  Please feel free to leave a comment below.  Have you checked us out on Facebook?

You can buy this food online through Only Natural Pet. Petcurean GO! Dry Cat Trout 10 lbs or Petcurean GO! Dry Cat Trout 3 lbs

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7 thoughts on “Go! Natural Fresh Water Trout Dry Formula – Floppycats.com Review

  1. Melody says:

    May I ask why you personally prefer wet food over dry food? Is it for a medical reason or just a preference? Some people have said that wet food is bad for cats because dry food allows them to do something with their teeth since it is hard, but others disagree and I honestly trust your judgment!

    • Jenny says:


      I had a cat die of kidney failure. Cats natural diets aren’t dry food – wet food is a lot closer to killing a mouse or a bird than dry food is. I think it is best described on this site: http://catinfo.org/ – it’s written by a vet and she will answer your questions if you donate to her local charity. Yes, dry food can be good for cleaning teeth – knocking off tartar – but I’d prefer to brush my cat’s teeth. Weaning Charlie from dry food will be a problem.

      Hopefully that helps!

      • Melody says:

        Thanks for sharing your knowledge! Well I guess an alternative would be to take cats in to the vet to have their teeth brushed since I doubt I would be able to do it. I guess dry food is just cheaper and more convenient than wet food, good to know about the kidney disease, I did not know that! I would probably feed my future kitties both, but maybe substitute dry food as a treat instead of their main food supply.

          • Melody says:

            I actually have watched your videos and read that post about brushing cat’s teeth. In fact, because of your post on this website and your YouTube video, that is the only reason I even became familiar with cats needing to have their teeth brushed! The thought never occurred to me before then. Maybe in the future when I get my Raggies, I will give it a try for a while and use trips to the dentist as a last resort.

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