Against the Grain Nothing Else Pork 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 Pork Canned Grain-Free Dog Food. Formulated with pork 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 pork 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 and cooked in a BPA-free can.

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  • Item Number
    130424
  • Weight
    10.65 pounds
  • Packaging Type
    Can
  • Food Texture
    Chunks in Gravy
  • Brand
    Evanger's
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Breed Size
    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds
  • Food Form
    Wet Food
  • Special Diet
    Limited Ingredient Diet, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Grain-Free, Gluten Free
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Pork.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein11.0% min
Crude Fat7.0% min
Crude Fiber1.0% max
Moisture69.0% max
Feeding Instructions

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

Rating: 4.1 of 5 stars 31 Reviews 31 Reviews 4.2 out of 5 Stars

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Rating: 4.1 of 5 stars 4.2 / 5

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Just for a backup

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    Not sure about this one. I ordered it after I saw a review of another customer doing exactly what I have been doing ,cooking and making a pork mix to top our 2 aging dogs food,she bought this as a back up. I will do the same. It is too fatty and has more greasy fat laying in the top of the can which makes me question the quality of the pork used. But they will eat it and if we should have issue with getting the meat again then this will be ok.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Such a life saver for my itchy dog

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    Our regular dog food was discontinued due to the current pandemic. I desperately searched for a substitute, which was another disaster and picked what I thought was another all-pork dog food. Unfortunately, it had potatoe, poultry and grains. Three terrible ingredients that cause my pup to go into an itchy frenzy. I finally realized the dog food substitute was causing his discomfort, and quickly searched for another all pork substitute. I was a little hesitant on selecting this dog food due to some of the reviews, but I am so glad I did. I mixed 1/4 can with 1-1/4 cup of dry pork dog food and it mixed very well. The consistency is perfect—the amount of juices is perfect. My little guy Our regular dog food was discontinued due to the current pandemic. I desperately searched for a substitute, which was another disaster and picked what I thought was another all-pork dog food. Unfortunately, it had potatoe, poultry and grains. Three terrible ingredients that cause my pup to go into an itchy frenzy. I finally realized the dog food substitute was causing his discomfort, and quickly searched for another all pork substitute. I was a little hesitant on selecting this dog food due to some of the reviews, but I am so glad I did. I mixed 1/4 can with 1-1/4 cup of dry pork dog food and it mixed very well. The consistency is perfect—the amount of juices is perfect. My little guy gobbled it up and wanted more!!! And he is such a picky eater. I am definitely switching to this can dog food. And we are finally on the road of recovery—with this dog food and a few rounds of cytopoint, my little dude will live comfortably. Thank you!!!! … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Mostly water and fat

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    This food topper did not look or taste appealing to my dog who normally eats everything. It's mostly a water with fat. I contacted chewy by email, and, thankfully, I was able to get a refund due to their pawsome customer service.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Convenient

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    My dog has many allergies. She cannot have any poultry, nor beef. That pretty much leaves pork and fish, unless I buy some of the exotic meats, like kangaroo. I must buy pork roasts and pressure cook them until they’re falling apart; then I shred them, mix with cooked rice and either carrots or peas. I freeze in 8 ounce containers. It’s a long process. I am stocking up on these cans of pork for those weeks I am too busy to cook, or can’t find pork roasts. I simply open a can. Each can makes 2 servings once mixed with rice and veggies. The pork roasts are getting scarcer each week. She also eats salmon and rice kibble. This company also sells 100% salmon, but since her dry food is salmon I stick My dog has many allergies. She cannot have any poultry, nor beef. That pretty much leaves pork and fish, unless I buy some of the exotic meats, like kangaroo. I must buy pork roasts and pressure cook them until they’re falling apart; then I shred them, mix with cooked rice and either carrots or peas. I freeze in 8 ounce containers. It’s a long process. I am stocking up on these cans of pork for those weeks I am too busy to cook, or can’t find pork roasts. I simply open a can. Each can makes 2 servings once mixed with rice and veggies. The pork roasts are getting scarcer each week. She also eats salmon and rice kibble. This company also sells 100% salmon, but since her dry food is salmon I stick with pork for variety. … more

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Not consistent

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    Last time we ordered this it was a solid pate texture, filled to the top. This time, it was mostly liquid (fat?), and only filled about 2/3rds of the can. Need a consistent, quality product to justify this price.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Its great!

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    It smells like real food! i was looking for a dog food without anything else but meat, and finally found it! i use this to add protein to dr harveys miracle food. dogs love it!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Picky eater loves it!

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    Even our pickiest eater loves the Against the Grain canned dog food. We use it as a topping on their kibble.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    I could not believe she was waiting for her food when I opened the can

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    I have been cycling through dog food because I have the pickiest dog in the world. When I opened this can the first time, she was actually waiting for me to put down the bowl. She ate the whole can and cleaned her plate. It seems she only likes one ingredient food from a can. I rated it 5 stars because my dog continues to eat this food in her rotation. It should be a 4 star because it is not nutritionally complete, but I have that covered. My Bailey also gets ground pasture raised cow organ meat with each meal and some pumpkin for fiber. She also gets a tasty supplement to cover any additional nutritional needs. When you open the can you find a solid loaf of meat in the center surrounded I have been cycling through dog food because I have the pickiest dog in the world. When I opened this can the first time, she was actually waiting for me to put down the bowl. She ate the whole can and cleaned her plate. It seems she only likes one ingredient food from a can. I rated it 5 stars because my dog continues to eat this food in her rotation. It should be a 4 star because it is not nutritionally complete, but I have that covered. My Bailey also gets ground pasture raised cow organ meat with each meal and some pumpkin for fiber. She also gets a tasty supplement to cover any additional nutritional needs. When you open the can you find a solid loaf of meat in the center surrounded by gelatin and congealed fat. I slice the loaf into 1" chunks for easy eating. Anything larger would get carried onto the living room carpet to be savored. With the weather turning colder, I found the fat was more solid so I warmed up the food a little to melt everything and then put it down for her. That did the trick and she loved it. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    My dogs love it

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    My dogs love all 4 meat options from Against the Grain. I mix it with grain free dry food and they love it. It has helped them both have firmer stools.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Really Good Pork ONLY Food!

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    I love to give my dogs a variety of foods throughout the week so they don't get bored. Sadly, both dogs have allergies so it's always extra tough to find good foods. This food is such a lifesaver! It's a loaf-style food with gravy. The smell is appetizing, and the gravy is also moderate. It's not submerged in gravy like many other commercial dog foods. My only complaint is the loaf itself. There doesn't seem to be a lot of pork for the price. The other factor is that this food is quite fatty. There is always a layer of lard when you first open the can. Of course, you can scoop it out, but I'd like to see more meat to fat ratio. Overall, food is good, smell is good, and digestion is good.

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