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Dave's Pet Food Restricted Diet Phosphorus Chicken Liver & Chicken in Juice Pate Canned Cat Food, 5.5-oz, case of 24

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Description

Help keep your kitty healthy with every bowl of Dave's Pet Food Restricted Diet Phosphorus Chicken Formula in Sauce Canned Cat Food. Specially formulated to help support kidney health, this recipe is made with phosphorus, plus added vitamins and minerals to support your paw-tner's overall health. It's crafted with real chicken broth and chicken as the top two ingredients and features a savory, lip-smacking sauce your feline friend is bound to love. And, with no carrageenan, even sensitive sidekicks can enjoy it, too!

Key Benefits
  • Made with low phosphorus to help support optimum kidney health and minimize stress on kidneys.
  • Features natural chicken broth and chicken as the first ingredients for the protein and flavor your pet craves.
  • 100% free of grains and carrageenan, making this recipe a great option for sensitive cats.
  • Lower levels of sodium help support normal blood pressure, and omega-3 fatty acids help nourish skin and coat.
  • Enhanced with added vitamins and minerals to support your paw-tner's overall health.

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  • Item Number
    263159
  • Packaging Type
    Can
  • Food Texture
    Pate
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Food Form
    Wet Food
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Chicken Broth, Chicken Liver, Chicken, Water Sufficient For Processing, Rice Flour, Pumpkin, Natural Flavor, Fish Oil, Calcium Carbonate, Guar Gum, Potassium Chloride, Choline Chloride, Vitamins (Vitamin E Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Niacin, Vitamin A Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin Supplement, Folic Acid, Vitamin B 12 Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement), Biotin, Tricalcium Phosphate, Salt, Minerals (Zinc Oxide, Reduced Iron, Sodium Selenite, Manganese Sulfate, Copper Amino Acid Complex, Potassium Iodide), Taurine.

Caloric Content

942 kcal/kg, 147 kcal/can

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein5.5% min
Crude Fat3.0% min
Crude Fiber1.5% max
Moisture81.0% max
Ash3.0% max
Phosphorus0.15% max
Feeding Instructions

Feed Adult Cats 1 - 1 3/4 cans per 4 - 8lbs body weight per day. Provide fresh drinking water at all times. Refrigerate any unused portions.

Transition Instructions

A gradual transition to new food will avoid stomach issues, so don't change your dog's dishes all at once. Instead, mix the new food with your dog's old food. Throughout a week, gradually decrease the proportion of old food while increasing the proportion of new food.

Rating: 3.1 of 5 stars 27 Reviews 27 Reviews 3.1 out of 5 Stars

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Rating: 3.1 of 5 stars 3.1 / 5

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    2 Senior Cats Enthusiastically Eating It

    By Leela on Aug 8, 2021

    Like everything with cats, and specifically renal cats, feeding without making the renal values worse or losing any more valuable ounces is a nightmare. My story is the same as the majority - I have tried every prescription diet out there, with varied success. Both my senior cats that have been willingly eating Dave's Pet Food Restricted Diet Phosphorus Chicken Liver & Chicken in Juice Pate Canned Cat Food from the first. More importantly, the cat actually in renal failure seems to like it. She will often select the Dave's bowl over the bowl I have to mix the prescription food with commercial food to get her to touch it. I have attached photos of the food. Despite gravy in the description Like everything with cats, and specifically renal cats, feeding without making the renal values worse or losing any more valuable ounces is a nightmare. My story is the same as the majority - I have tried every prescription diet out there, with varied success. Both my senior cats that have been willingly eating Dave's Pet Food Restricted Diet Phosphorus Chicken Liver & Chicken in Juice Pate Canned Cat Food from the first. More importantly, the cat actually in renal failure seems to like it. She will often select the Dave's bowl over the bowl I have to mix the prescription food with commercial food to get her to touch it. I have attached photos of the food. Despite gravy in the description, the consistency is not visibly gravy, although I assume gravy is part of the overall formula. It is a more dry pate, but not rubbery like the prescription pates tend to be. I have not had to add water or anything. They started eating it immediately. It is nice to have this option. My renal cat was picky even before the renal failure, so for us, this food has been a big success. I haven't been feeding long enough yet to see it has any impact on her values. She is not currently dealing with elevated phosphorus, but trying to get her to eat renal diets and keep weight on has been a huge problem. … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Both cats hate this food

    By Paula on Sep 14, 2021

    Someone wrote in their review that the pate wasn't rubbery. Maybe something changed since then, but it is definitely rubbery. I couldn't get it out of the can without a knife. (Normally I just shake it out). One cat licked it and walked away, and the other cat tried to bury it.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Wretched !

    By Dyann on Aug 22, 2021

    I'd really hoped my cat would love this cat food, as of the kidney foods, it's the , but no such luck. The food is rather like plastic pate, plus...I couldn't even get it to mix well with water to loosen it up,make it more palatable for the cats. I didn't blame them one bit for turning their noses up at this. Nasty !!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    My cat ate this

    By Janm on Jul 10, 2021

    Been trying to find a kidney-support brand that also met my reqs for good quality ingredients. It's been difficult because the vet-prescribed brands require you to purchase a whole pallet as opposed to allowing you to try one can out to see which your cat prefers. Plus I wasn't overly impressed with the ingredients used in the ones my vet prescribed. I'd tried a couple other brands that my cat didn't take to. Then I got the free sample tin of Dave's Pet Food Restricted Diet to try out - and my cat didn't turn her nose up at it, so I decided to take a chance with purchasing a whole pallet from Chewy. So far, so good! I mix it with the fishy gravy brand she loves - and she is eating the whole Been trying to find a kidney-support brand that also met my reqs for good quality ingredients. It's been difficult because the vet-prescribed brands require you to purchase a whole pallet as opposed to allowing you to try one can out to see which your cat prefers. Plus I wasn't overly impressed with the ingredients used in the ones my vet prescribed. I'd tried a couple other brands that my cat didn't take to. Then I got the free sample tin of Dave's Pet Food Restricted Diet to try out - and my cat didn't turn her nose up at it, so I decided to take a chance with purchasing a whole pallet from Chewy. So far, so good! I mix it with the fishy gravy brand she loves - and she is eating the whole lot, so I'm thrilled. I wish Dave's had more than one variety of restricted diet tinned cat food, but as long as I'm mixing it with the fishy flavors my cat likes, it's not a big deal. Hoping to eventually wean her off the fishy brand (as it's just regular cat food - not kidney support). So far, I'm happy I can get her to eat this. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great for kitties with kidney disease!

    By 3cats1dog on Jun 22, 2021

    My 17 year old kitty has been diagnosed with stage 3 (out of 4) kidney disease. Vet recommended a low phosphorous diet and after researching different prescription brands and such I found Dave's Restricted Diet. This food does not need a prescription. It is a wet food so it has a high percentage of water, and it is grain free. My cat loves it! He is not losing weight now, his coat is shiny and soft, and he is more playful. We may not be able to stop the kidney disease, but hopefully with better nutrition we can have more time with our precious boy.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    New formula is a great improvement

    By Bill on Aug 23, 2021

    My cat likes this much better than the old formula. I use it to supplement his dry renal food. We mix it with enough water to make sort of a stew out of it. That way he gets more water in his meal.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Cats don't like it

    By Heather on Jun 10, 2021 top1000Contributor

    THE GOOD: It's one of the few renal diet wet foods you can get without a vet prescription, and it's one of the cheaper priced options. THE BAD: It's a very dry wet food. You should mash it up with some water. Unfortunately, my cats don't much like it. I was able to get them to eat it for a while by mixing half the can with a baby can of a non-diet food they really like, but even that has started to lose its appeal. Now I can barely get them to eat it even that way. I will not be buying this again, and I think I'm going to have to give the remaining cans to a friend who takes care of her neighborhood ferals.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Cat won't eat

    By Cats on Sep 7, 2021

    My cat won't eat it. The texture seems to be like a gel and maybe that's why. I tried several times. Unfortunately he won't eat it

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    better then last formula

    By wish on May 22, 2021

    This new formula is much better then the original it's a puréed meal thick the cat now sticks her nose up to the old formula I have on hand as I had a little bit left I tried the new ones and she went right for the new can but I still have to mix it with another brand which is duck formula natures balance hope to ween her off it so she's just having Dave's formula I can at least Confidently say that now when she uses the litter box she's no more darting out she's covering her poop and she seems a lot better usually when she's thrown off her poop get softer and she usually is running out of the box and she never covers it in her poop was really stinky so I can say thank you Dave's formula because This new formula is much better then the original it's a puréed meal thick the cat now sticks her nose up to the old formula I have on hand as I had a little bit left I tried the new ones and she went right for the new can but I still have to mix it with another brand which is duck formula natures balance hope to ween her off it so she's just having Dave's formula I can at least Confidently say that now when she uses the litter box she's no more darting out she's covering her poop and she seems a lot better usually when she's thrown off her poop get softer and she usually is running out of the box and she never covers it in her poop was really stinky so I can say thank you Dave's formula because it's actually helping her … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Old Cat Story

    By Ricky on Jun 2, 2021

    I have an 18 yr old cat on thyroid meds. I tried most prescription foods and she would throw up, hide, wouldn't eat or drink, getting thinner, even though I did this with the prescription food. I found that if I added a dribble of water, WARMED (not cook, microwaves vary) the chopped food, 15 second in the microwave, stir, 10 seconds, stir, then mix this food with an insentive, ( I use 1/2 sheba portion cup, and I add some homemade food also). Proplan probiotic, cats like the taste also, sprinkle on food. My kitty has filled out and plays/fights/runs with the other cat. I put extra bowls of water out around her favorite places. It may not be what the vet wants, but she is active, cleans her I have an 18 yr old cat on thyroid meds. I tried most prescription foods and she would throw up, hide, wouldn't eat or drink, getting thinner, even though I did this with the prescription food. I found that if I added a dribble of water, WARMED (not cook, microwaves vary) the chopped food, 15 second in the microwave, stir, 10 seconds, stir, then mix this food with an insentive, ( I use 1/2 sheba portion cup, and I add some homemade food also). Proplan probiotic, cats like the taste also, sprinkle on food. My kitty has filled out and plays/fights/runs with the other cat. I put extra bowls of water out around her favorite places. It may not be what the vet wants, but she is active, cleans her plate/drinks water, doesn't throw up food or her meds and a happier cat. So maybe there may be a take away here for someone. I'm not saying to do this, this was a solution for my cat. I think I bought the new formula. … more

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