Stay away from ivory coat
I had been feeding my cat this product Ivory Coat ( salmon variety) years ago and never had any problems but last year my cat started getting diarrhoea without any reason, he needed to be hospitalised with a drip to stabilise him. The problem didn’t get any better and he was given tablets which appeared to help, meanwhile I was still feeding him Ivory Coat, as the situation continued he then started vomiting and losing weight rapidly the tablets no longer worked, I began to get confused so the the vets thought he had IBD( Inflammation of bowel...) so he was given steroid injections which worked for awhile. During the process of elimination I tried to change his diet but nothing seemed to work, after his last injection which should last for 3 months he was sick again within 1 week, that’s when I thought it has to be something he’s eating so I chucked the Ivory Coat in the bin bought some Applaws and fed him boiled chicken, within that week he stopped vomiting and no more diarrhoea, that was close to 12 months ago and he’s been fine and put on a lot of weight. I can’t explain why the first time I withheld Ivory Coat he still was sick but the second time he improved, but he hasn’t needed any more tablets or injections and all I’ve done is remove this dry food from his diet. I had taken my dog off this food as well, as soon as she ate it I noticed a change in her temperament and had loose stools. My daughter no longer feeds her cats this product either, it appears the best place is in the bin for Ivory Coat. There’s a pet food review site that also no longer recommends it, so many negative reviews cannot be wrong. I hope these reviews reach anyone feeding their animals this, you think your doing the best thing for your pets but there is something seriously wrong with Ivory Coat
Purchased in January 2020.
Best Cat Food!
I changed my cats from a cheaper food to this as my vet suggested it and they kept it in stock. I have 6 cats who absolutely devoured it and I noticed within 4 weeks their coats were thicker and really gleamed. That was 4 years ago and now my cats are getting older, 15 - 19 years old, which means they'd be more sensitive to foods but they are still going strong. This food has NEVER made any of my 6 cats vomit. If this happens I suggest and different combination as there are a few in the range. Cats eat more of the cheaper foods because it is...full of fillers. One of cats had a weight problem and within 6 weeks he was almost back to normal weight. With more nutrition they need less as they are satisfied more so same cost. I write this voluntarily and not for the purpose of rewards.
Made my cat throw up
Bought a 6kg Bag of Ivory Coat Chicken & Kangaroo Grain Free from Petbarn in late June and noticed my cat started throwing up at least 3-4 times a week. We also noticed that she lost her appetite and avoided eating her Ivory Coat kibbles so there's obviously something wrong with the food.
Purchased in June 2020 at Petbarn Online store for $59.00.
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It made my cats sick.
Have bought ivory coat every now and then the past 3 years. My cats like the change, but ivory coat were always excellent. However these past months it made my cats sick and vomit a lot more usual. I bought two 6 kg bags this year already. Was about to buy another but after having a look online, it appears other cats experienced the same. I would stay away from them as there are many other good brand available, it’s not worth risking the health of your fur babies.
Purchased in May 2020 for $50.00.
Excellent good quality grain free cat food
I ordered a 3 kg bag of Ivory Coat grain free cat food online for my cats to try after they both became very fussy & wouldn’t eat their usual food. Well they LOVE this food and gobble it up :) Looking at the ingredient list it’s all really good food, it’s Australian made & my cats are doing great on it. They have gained a little weight which is great as they had stopped eating their normal foods for awhile and their coats look glossy and smooth now.
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