Enhancing Your Pet's Meal


Is your dog, cat, or small animal struggling to finish their meals? Eating kibble day in and day out can be boring for your pet, and for you! Food toppers like bone broth, pumpkin, and even goat’s milk can help your picky pet learn to like their food again. Last month, we asked you, our readers, what your favorite ways were to enhance your pet’s meal. Here are some of our favorites:

Wet Food

Wet food is a simple way to enhance your dog or cat’s kibble. It works wonders for picky eaters, and even just once in a while for an occasional treat. Our favorite and one of our most popular wet food brands is Nulo.

Raw Food 

Wish you could incorporate more raw food into your dog or cat’s diet, but not sure where to start? Topping your pet’s kibble with freeze-dried raw food is a great, easy way to add some interest and nutrition to your pet’s daily meal.

Mixers and Toppers 

Mixers are dry treats designed to be mixed into your pet’s daily food, and toppers are wet treats for mealtimes. We\ve got a wide variety of toppers available for your furry friends, and plenty of mixer options too! Bonus: If you’ve got scaly friends, there are also food toppers for reptiles!

Bone Broth

Bone broth or other meat broths are great ways to enhance the flavor of your pet’s food without adding a lot of calories. This flavoring is recommended for any pet where weight management is a concern. Plus: our pets love it!

Digestive Boosters

If your pet has digestive issues, goat’s milk is the way to go. A natural probiotic and immune booster, goat’s milk will help your dog or cat live their best lives. If your pet has trouble going to the bathroom, a little bit of pumpkin or sweet potato added to their daily meal can go a long way in fixing problems before they become a vet visit.


No matter the topping you try, your pets will be thrilled with their new food. Remember: always add new items to a diet sparingly and over a long time period to avoid digestive issues. For digestive boosters, in particular, their positive effects may take a few weeks to see. Talk to your vet about any concerns you might have.