So, I know this diet isn't new for most folks, but they've just brought Canine Caviar up to Canada, exclusive to our franchise. The bossman and I went to Kingston for a seminar on it today, and it's pretty incredible. (Their web design and overuse of Papyrus font infuriates me, but designers don't make dog food or vice versa...) http://mycaninecaviar.com/ It's big draw is the fact that it's an alkaline diet designed to bring a dog's overall body pH to 7.0-7.5 (closer to 6.8 in cats) for ideal function, not to mention that keeping a pH of around 7.4 can reduce the risk of cancers (created a well-oxygenated blood environment which kills cancer cells, and makes the remaining cancer cells dormant, so they don't multiply). Keeping an ideal pH level in cats keeps urinary issues away too, so this is like a holistic version of Urinary S/O. Aside from that spiel, the food itself is simple and I love the straightforward ingredient panels. The guy had an entire book of why each ingredient is in the food and where it comes from, and was extremely knowledgable on the food. Thought it was a pretty innovative food line and wanted to share, discuss, whatever.