Against the Grain Nothing Else Duck Canned Grain-Free Dog Food, 11-oz, case of 12

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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.

Key Benefits
  • 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.

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  • Item Number
    130422
  • Weight
    10.65 pounds
  • Packaging Type

    Can

  • Food Texture

    Chunks in Gravy

  • Brand

    Evanger's

  • Breed Size

    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds

  • Food Form

    Wet Food

  • Lifestage

    Adult

  • Made in

    United States

  • Special Diet

    Limited Ingredient Diet, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Grain-Free, Gluten Free

Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Duck.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 11.0% min
Crude Fat 7.0% min
Crude Fiber 1.0% max
Moisture 69.0% max
Feeding Instructions

Intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding - please mix with Evanger's Dry Dinners for a balanced meal. Refrigerate after opening.

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13 Reviews 13 Reviews 3.7 out of 5 Stars

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  • Perfect amount of gravy and food

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    I pour the liquid over some kibble for added flavor, otherwise the dogs just eat around the kibble bits. It's like a "2 for 1" with having the gravy in the can already.

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  • Won't buy again

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    The cans are only half or 2/3rds full. This has got to be the stinkiest food. I didn't expect it to smell good, but if you have a picky dog or value breathing through your nose as you prepare your dog's food then you shouldn't purchase this product.

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  • Great dog food

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    Good quality. Dogs love it. Do not know why the actual manufacturer, Evangers, is also listed. Seems redundant.

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  • The Gas Stopped Coming Late at Night

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    My pet loves this food and two cans a day is enough for middle breed dog. Sammie has severe allergies (no chicken, beef, turkey, fish, grains, etc.) and the only meat she eat is duck, rabbit, and pork. She was eating a very expensive holistic food brand that was causing very stinky gas but now since switching to One Ingredient Against the Grain, the gas has subsided.

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  • Won't purchase again because of quantity for the money

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    You open up a full-sized dog food can and it looks very empty. A small amt of solid duck meat sitting in the middle of liquid and gelatin. I would need too many cans of this expensive food to feed my two German Shepherds - even supplementing it in with other foods. I'll still with my Evanger's where I am still getting all meat at a decent price.

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  • Calmed the Beast

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    At a dog show this past summer, there was an eye clinic checking for heritable eye conditions in dogs. There was a long line of people filling out paperwork and waiting for their dog's turn with the ophthalmology specialist. The day was hot, and everyone in line was crowded together in the shade. A woman was waiting with her rescue dog, whom had only been with her for about a week. The dog was not comfortable around other dogs and was snapping and lunging at anyone who came too close. Given the limited space in the waiting area, and the owner's inexperience with this type of behavior, I offered some help. I had some chicken and steak in my pocket, and offered it to the woman to try to get At a dog show this past summer, there was an eye clinic checking for heritable eye conditions in dogs. There was a long line of people filling out paperwork and waiting for their dog's turn with the ophthalmology specialist. The day was hot, and everyone in line was crowded together in the shade. A woman was waiting with her rescue dog, whom had only been with her for about a week. The dog was not comfortable around other dogs and was snapping and lunging at anyone who came too close. Given the limited space in the waiting area, and the owner's inexperience with this type of behavior, I offered some help. I had some chicken and steak in my pocket, and offered it to the woman to try to get the dog's attention. The dog had no interest in my offerings. I ran off to gather samples from several of the vendors at the show and came back with a cornucopia of treats. Baked liver, salmon snacks, buffalo, and regular human cookies were not enough to entice the dog to focus away from the other dogs. Finally, I opened a can of the Evangers One Ingredient Duck. BINGO! The dog forgot about the other dogs crowding around. She gave herself completely to the can of duck. Using the duck, we started to teach the dog that her owner was the safest and best thing that could possibly have happened to her. Duck is typically low on the allergy scale for dogs, and the single ingredient guaranteed that no other ingredients might contribute to the dog's behavioral issues. The fear of the other dogs gave way to the pleasure of her owner and the duck . . . and the beast in her could finally rest. … more

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  • no duck no duck

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    mostly liquid, very disappointing. will not order again

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  • Nutritious & delicious

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    Perfect for my big dog who has many food allergies. He loves it & it is more than a kibble topper.

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  • The best food for my dog

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    I have a dog that constantly scratched. On advice from my vet I put her on a limited diet. My dog loves the taste and has helped in her healing.

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  • dogs don't like it

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    My dogs wouldn't eat it even when i mixed it with other food.

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