You have discovered KALŪ food through social networks or chatting with friends, you have done your research by visiting our Ingredients page and comparing our guaranteed analyzes with that of the food you currently offer, you have chosen the formula that corresponds best suits your pet's needs and you are now ready to place your first order?

However, have you planned the change of food in an adequate way, in order to ensure the comfort of your animal?

We are pleased to share our recommendations to make this transition a success!

First of all, we recommend that you make the change of food over a period of 7 days, in order to allow your animal to adjust more easily. Thus, you will be able to offer a proportion of approximately 25% of KALŪ food from the first day. Then, you can increase the proportion of KALŪ food to reach 50% on the third day, 75% on the fifth day and 100% on the seventh day.

Please note that each animal is different and it may be necessary to proceed more slowly for an animal with a sensitive digestive tract. Also, it is important to note that the transition to a new protein (from a chicken-based food to a fish and lobster-based food, for example) may require additional adjustment. It is therefore essential to remain attentive, to observe the stools and behavior of your animal, in order to detect any discomfort.

As to recommended rations , they constitute a guide, in order to allow you to determine the quantity of food required for your animal, according to its weight and its age. Thus, it is ideal to monitor your pet's weight following the change of food, to ensure that it remains stable. In some cases, it may be necessary to adjust the amount slightly, up or down.

Finally, several customers wish to offer a mix of our two formulas for dogs: Atlantic Fish and Lobster and Chicken, Sweet Potatoes and Apples. In this case, we recommend that you introduce the first formula and wait a few weeks before proceeding with the introduction of the second formula (repeating exactly the same process).

With a little planning, you'll have the best chance of making the food transition a success for you and your pet!