Almo Nature Legend Chicken Fillet Adult Canned Dog Food is made purely from the finest chicken with no added colorants, preservatives, supplements or bulking agents. The chicken is hormone-free and prepared using only the best cuts of meat with high biological value to ensure your pup is eating the healthiest meal possible. This yummy recipe also contains a small percentage of fiber-rich rice to help maintain intestinal flora, lysine and magnesium levels.
Contains up to 55% of cooked meat or fish that is preserved naturally in its cooking water with a small amount of rice (3%) and nothing else
Enriched with high quality fibers from vegetables and tapioca
The chicken is hormone-free and prepared using only the best cuts of meat with high biological value to ensure your pup is eating the healthiest meal possible
Rice provides an excellent source of fiber to maintain intestinal flora, lysine and magnesium
This is intended for supplemental feeding only. It should be served daily along with a complete and balanced diet
Gluten Free, Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Pea-Free
New Formula: Chicken, Water Sufficient For Processing, Rice.
Original Formula: Chicken Fillet, Chicken Broth, Rice.
New Formula: 700 kcal/kg, 195.72 kcal/9.87-oz can
Original Formula: 594 kcal/kg
For Supplemental Feeding Only.
Feed dog 1 1/2 - 2 cans of HQS Natural for every 10 lbs of body-weight per day, rotating with different HQS Complete recipes and/or a dry dog food. Adjust amount based on dog’s activity level.
Ingredients Sourced for Quality
Free-range cattle, hormone-free chicken and the best cuts of fish are among the choice ingredients for Almo Nature Legend Dog Food. It's a yummy, nutritious meal rich in vitamins and minerals. A small percentage of rice rounds out the recipe for added fiber, lysine and magnesium.
Almo Nature Legend Dog Food is made with no added colorants, preservatives, supplements or bulking agents. Each can meets similar nutritional value and standards found in human foods.
Almo Nature Legend Dog Food comes in a variety of flavors, from juicy, tender beef to succulent tuna with good helpings of vegetables in the mix. Rotate recipes regularly for the balanced nutrients your dog needs and craves.
About Almo Nature
Almo Nature Pet Foods was founded by Pier Giovanni Capellino in Genoa, Italy in 2000. The Italian brand makes wholesome and nutritious pet foods from the same cuts of real meat and fish that we eat. Almo Nature cat food is designed for those who think that the best diet is a mixture of natural sources of nutrients without added artificial ingredients, in keeping with thousands of years of traditional dietary knowledge.
I've a very picky Dog, but he gulps this down in no time.
on May 30, 2018
Maybe it's his breed, but he is picky, picky but he apparently loves Legend Chicken Fillet. But when I open the first can I noticed the chicken appeared somewhat pink yet. I still am not real sure, if it's too pink for me isn't it too pink for my Dog? I continue to Microwave it before I allow him to eat, spread it in thin layer on plate and cook for 60 seconds just in case.
on Jun 25, 2018
My pups love this food! They are Hurricane Harvey Rescues who had many medical issues. Mixing this Almo with dry helped them get healthy. I did find this canned food at Bentleys cheaper but Chewy is convient.
Looks good enough to eat!
on Mar 21, 2018
I really like this brand. It looks and smells like canned chicken, with nothing else added - much like human grade. Mixes well with kibble. A bit rich for my dogs when I first introduced it, so go slowly, but I'm a big fan and so are my dogs! Too bad it's so $$$$.
on Jan 1, 2018
I use this as a topper on my dogs kibble. They love it, it’s clearly chicken with a little rice in it. Nice to see the ingredients and not have all the additives etc. Grabbed a couple cases of these while on sale. Will keep an eye out for more.
My Dog Won't Eat It
on Feb 15, 2016Top 250 Contributor
I'm on the fence with recommending this product or not. It sounds wonderful when you read the ingredients and it looks wonderful when you open the can. Yet my dog won't even taste it! She sniffs and then leaves it to dry out without ever even trying it - over and over again. It's expensive so I'd maybe try one can from your local pet store to make sure your dog loves it before committing to a whole case.