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February 4, 2021

Grain-Free Success: Sadie's Story

  • Rescue Dogs
  • Success Stories
Sadie the dog

Some dogs do really well when their diets include grains; some dogs don't. Michael was having all kinds of issues with his dog Sadie, until they switched back to Go! Solutions Carnivore Grain-Free Chicken, Turkey and Duck Recipe. Our grain and gluten-free Carnivore recipes have been crafted from premium-quality meat protein, to support strong, lean muscles and optimal protein digestion in meat-loving dogs.

I found Sadie in a shelter about five years ago, undersized as a result of being a teen mom. I'd like to say that we had an immediate connection, but the truth is that she was more interested in the birds that were chirping, than in meeting me. After spending a little time with her I could see just how sweet she was, and took her home. The shelter had been feeding her Go! Solutions Carnivore which is grain-free; although Sadie is a tough pup, her stomach can’t handle eating either kibble or treats with grain. So, I started searching for a store locally that sold that brand of pet food. There was the one time when my ex picked up a bag of another brand that had grain in it, and Sadie got sick. Since switching back to Go! Solutions Carnivore Grain-Free Chicken, Turkey and Duck Recipe she has had no stomach issues at all. Now, five years later, Sadie still loves her Go! Solutions and waits patiently, drooling, to be fed.

I'd tell anyone, "Find a good food that your pet loves and stick with it."
Michael NorrisPet Parent

Discover what makes Go! Solutions recipes unique and very different from ordinary pet foods. Want to read more Success Stories? You'll find them here. And if you're already a fan of Go! Solutions, and you'd like to share your Success Story with us, we'd love to hear from you.


Sadie the dog

Michael Norris

Pet Parent

With the help of Pete Pallett