Give your pooch a revolutionary boost of nutrition with the Against the Grain Nothing Else Duck Canned Grain-Free Dog Food. Formulated with duck from local farms as the only ingredient in a delicious loaf dripping in tasty gravy, it provides pure protein for your pal with zero extra ingredients or anything synthetic. That means no complicated labels to decipher when it comes to feeding your dog the grain-free diet he evolved to thrive on, and is also ideal for pups with food sensitivities or on limited ingredient diets. It’s vacuum packed and cooked with no added water right in the can to seal in all the nutrition and flavor. Plus, it’s proudly made in the USA and comes in a BPA-free can.
Single-ingredient, hypoallergenic and 100% paleo formula contains only pure duck and no extra ingredients.
Great for dogs of all breeds and ages with food sensitivities, allergies, or on limited ingredient diets.
Doggy-approved loaf in savory gravy, to be served alongside wet food or dry kibble for a balanced diet.
Vacuum-packed and cooked in the can to lock in flavor and nutrients, with zero grains, gluten, gums, corn, wheat, soy, additives, fillers or GMO foods.
Farm to can formula is proudly made in the USA, kosher, and cooked in a BPA-free can.
Yes, there is a lot of juice in it, but I only give this to my dogs and a wet topper for their dry. If you mix the meat with the juices it makes it good. And the only gelatin you might find would be naturally occuring from the meat itself. My dogs absolutely love this stuff and I make a can last for 3 days(I put it in another container). I will keep buying this and also try the pork. One of my dogs has food allergies to fish, chicken and beef, so loving this.
on Apr 10, 2020
I feed our 7 (yes 7) dogs, 6 Chis and a Queensland, FreshPet as their main food. I was looking for a “topper” to give them a bit of variety. They absolutely LOVE the duck! Knowing that this ONE ingredient is providing them with an additional flavor component, and is easy to digest, and chew ( I have a few elderly toothless babies) is wonderful. I’m going to order a few of the other flavors as well. Thank you Chewy for the quick shipping during this challenging time with the Covid19. Its so wonderful to be able to count on you!
Against the Grain duck
on May 12, 2020
I'm not sure what is in this that doesn't agree with my dogs, but both started burping when I would feed it to them. My lil one was vomit after a few burps. Between that and the amount of greasy looking broth in this I would not recommend it.
From the start this flavor was a failure
on Jan 3, 2020Top 500 Contributor
My border collie/blue heeler mix did not like this food at all. It should have been a big hit but something in it did not agree with her. The first can she sniffed and we had to add some bacon bits and egg to get her to eat it. The second can she would not touch for breakfast, so I put it in the fridge and gave it back to her for dinner. I added some treats to get her to eat it. She did, then thew it back up. Maybe the duck grease does not agree with her. I don't know, but she does like their other varieties.
Smells really bad
on Feb 11, 2020
My dogs liked it however. Did not seem to cause digestive problems, but I would split 1 can between several dogs just as a topping. IT SMELLS LIKE BURNT INSULATION TO ME.
AGAINST THE GRAIN IS SUPER
on Jan 13, 2020
Any of the products are excellent - our own dogs love the Salmon while most of our kennel guests prefer the non fishy varieties
Replacement for Wild Callings
on Sep 12, 2019
I prefer Wild Callings, but they are no longer in business. Wild Callings had entered and exited bankruptcy and during that time, I switched to NuLo. However, NuLo has ingredients that I don't like for my dog. The Wild Callings owner recently passed and Wild Callings is no longer available again. A gentleman from Chewy recommended Against the Grain as a replacement. So far, I have been pleased, as is my Golden Retriever, with no issues.
TIP; To Get Good Solid Consistency Put in Fridge
on Sep 16, 2019
My Shii Tzu has allergies so Evangers is perfect for her. I too found the cans to be watery and didn’t like that so I put it in the fridge , it gets solid , and then I like the consistency. Otherwise the duck is in the liquid and broken up in pieces. Once it goes in the fridge, it’s just great and she loves it.
Good Single Ingredient Dog Food
on Aug 3, 2019
My blue Heeler seems to have a lot of allergies, food issues, and sensitivities, not only to proteins, but to many other ingredients including preservatives and even vitamins, so I was thrilled when I found this food with one single ingredient and he seemed to be doing well on it. The problem is the inconsistency of the food. The first several cases had nice full cans with thick pate-like duck and little liquid. Then I purchased two cases that were only two-thirds full. When I weighed the contents it was only about 9 ounces. The reviewer who said the cans are not full because some of it gets "cooked out" during canning is wrong. The can states 11 ounces and that is what the contents shouldMy blue Heeler seems to have a lot of allergies, food issues, and sensitivities, not only to proteins, but to many other ingredients including preservatives and even vitamins, so I was thrilled when I found this food with one single ingredient and he seemed to be doing well on it. The problem is the inconsistency of the food. The first several cases had nice full cans with thick pate-like duck and little liquid. Then I purchased two cases that were only two-thirds full. When I weighed the contents it was only about 9 ounces. The reviewer who said the cans are not full because some of it gets "cooked out" during canning is wrong. The can states 11 ounces and that is what the contents should weigh. Period. Chewy was great as always and took good care of me. They have great customer service and I love them for that. But I'm really on the fence about this brand and I'm not sure I'm going to continue purchasing it, as it is so inconsistent. Now the cans are coming with 11 ounces of filling but it's so watery that I can actually pour it from the can. In fact, there's so much liquid included, that I'm concerned my pooch isn't getting the right amount of protein. A previous review said this company was bought by Evanger's, and if true, that would explain the change. In the meantime, I'm continuing my search for a food my dog can tolerate. I only recommend it with hesitation and give three stars for the inconsistent, watery food. Chewy gets five stars.… more
on Jul 20, 2019
My dogs love this stuff. Problem is that sometimes the can is full, and sometimes it's only half full. Sometimes you get the loaf in gravy, sometimes you just get gravy, and sometimes you just get a really dry loaf. I purchased the pork, duck, salmon, and beef, and all the flavors are consistently inconsistent. You never know what you're going to get and this is not cheap dog food. What a shame.