Wysong Anergen Dry Dog & Cat Food, 5-lb bag

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Product Description

Anergen is a hypoallergenic canine/feline diet formulated with immune stimulating technology and alternative protein sources to address food allergies/sensitivities. It is created by a veterinarian and owes its popularity solely to veterinary recommendation and word of mouth. For decades Anergen hypoallergenic dog food and cat food has been a remarkable alternative option for companion animals no longer able to tolerate conventional pet food protein sources and ingredients. This improved formulation is designed to take advantage of new processing methods to preserve natural value, and nutritional advances in epigenetics and nutrigenomics. Anergen is higher in protein and fat, and contains a comprehensive spectrum and higher levels of micronutrients/nutraceuticals including prebiotics, probiotics, enzymes, omega-3s, antioxidants and more. Small quantities of fruits and vegetables mimic what may be consumed in the viscera of prey, and contribute important vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other nutrients.

Key Benefits

  • Unispecies dog and cat diet
  • Suitable for all life stages and equally suitable for all breeds
  • Coated with probiotic and enzyme
  • All natural
  • Made in the USA!

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Item Number 65393
Weight 5.0 pounds
Special Diet
  • Sensitive Digestion
  • Limited Ingredient Diet
  • Adult
  • All Stages
Food Form
  • Dry Food
Made in
  • United States

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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 31 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by A-OK here I was reluctant to try this, since so many reviewers indicated their cats didn't like it. But -- ditto here -- I have a cat with an allergy to poultry; and a fussy geriatric cat; and a cat with IBD. Plus a dog with a unknown illness. We have worked our way through a lot of different foods, with mixed success. So I gave this a try regardless, and to my surprise, not a single cat refused it. (I have 5). Everyone dove in, on the first try. This one is a keeper!, and I am now going to try it for the dog. March 26, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by my cats won't eat it I've been seeking a dry cat food without chicken and without acidifiers because one of my 2 cats has an allergy to chicken and has had high blood calcium. I finally found this and they gobbled down the first meal. Since then -- over a week now - neither of them will touch it. Perhaps other people will have better luck. March 18, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Will buy again! All 3 of my cats love this food! One of my cats is allergic to poultry so this food is ideal for him. Will definitely buy again. March 17, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by My cat loves it, but my nose doesn't! Very strange, dare I say chemical-ish smell. It's really quite offensive! But Oscar can't get enough of it. As finicky as he is? That says enough for me. February 5, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by I wanted this to work I have a cat with food allergies and I read the reviews saying other people's cats hated it, but I thought I'd try it anyway and maybe mix the food with a little of something she likes, but she absolutely HATES this food. She just does not want to eat it no matter what. January 18, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by smells Neither of my cats liked this food, they both sniffed it and walked away. rather than throwing it out, I put it in the woods for the crows. December 5, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by More poop in the litter box than I've ever seen Seems to have great ingredients, and my cats love it. However, my cats are 12 years old, and the pure volume of poop in the litter box each day since they started eating this is grotesque. In my mind, this means that my cats are not absorbing much of this product, and it's going right through them. I will not purchase it again. November 16, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good alternative diet for cats with poultry allergies I have 2 cats who are allergic to poultry, and it is a challenge to find food for them without chicken or turkey in it, especially dry food. My one cat will eat canned food, and we can find enough variety for him. The newly diagnosed cat is a chicken and rice dry food junkie, and he was not wanting to eat either the vet prescription diets or the 2 poultry free dry diets I could find in my stores. I ordered several I found at Chewy, and this is the one he and even my non-allergic cats like the best. Its a good quality food, lamb is the first ingredient, and while it does contain rice and oat groats, it is otherwise grain free. The kibble size is small, so could even be used for kittens. If you suspect your cat is allergic to wheat, corn or any of the standard proteins used in most cat food, try this one. March 6, 2013
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