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Addiction Unagi & Seaweed Entree Grain-Free Canned Dog Food, 13.8-oz, case of 12

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Hungry hound begging you to mix it up? Say bye-bye beef and give your pal a sushi-inspired deal that's definitely going to please. Addiction Unagi & Seaweed Entree Canned Dog Food is made from all-natural New Zealand eel mixed with veggies, venison, and dried seaweed. The unique protein sources reduce the risk of food-related allergies, and seaweed is an excellent source of antioxidants that boost the immune system and fight free radicals in the cells to slow down aging.

Key Benefits

  • Rich in Omega 3 & 6 Fatty Acids, this ultra-premium food is also ideal for dogs that are allergic to chicken beef or lamb
  • Includes seaweed packed with antioxidants, vitamins and minerals and fiber enhancing the well-being and vitality of your dog
  • The unique protein sources reduce the risk of food-related allergies
  • Unagi also has high levels of chondroitin, which supports joint and cartilage health
  • Excellent source of antioxidants that boost the immune system and fight free radicals in the cells to slow down aging

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  • Item Number
    60116
  • Food Texture
    Pate
  • Breed Size
    All Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds
  • Food Form
    Wet Food
  • Lifestage
    Adult, All Stages
  • Made in
    New Zealand
  • Special Diet
    Grain-Free, Sensitive Digestion

Nutritional Info

Ingredients

Eel, Venison, Potatoes, Carrots, Peas, Carrageenan, Cassia Gums, Dried Seaweed, Garlic, Taurine, Calcium Carbonate, Choline Chloride, Zinc Sulphate, Ferrous Sulphate, Vitamin E Supplement, Copper Sulphate, Manganese Sulphate, Niacin Supplement, Sodium Selenite, Thiamine Mononitrate, Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin A Supplement, Riboflavin Supplement, Calcium Iodate, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid.

Caloric Content

316 kcal/13.8 oz

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 8.0% min
Crude Fat 4.0% min
Crude Fiber 1.0% max
Moisture 80.0% max
Ash 1.0% max

Feeding Instructions

Weight Daily Feeding (13.8 oz Cans)
Up to 10 lbs 1/2 - 1
10 lbs - 25 lbs 1 - 2
25 lbs - 50 lbs 2 - 4
50 lbs and up 4 - 8

Frequently Asked Questions

What makes Addiction different from other pet food brands?

Addiction has created gourmet meals for your pet using unique ultra-premium meat sources such as Brushtail, Venison and Eel in first-of-its-kind flavors - Brushtail & Vegetables, Venison & Apples and Unagi & Seaweed. Our food is ideal for fussy eaters or for those who are allergic to chicken, beef or lamb, and make delicious alternatives to regular pet food.

Addiction also uses a holistic and hypoallergenic pet food formula free from harmful fillers, additives and preservatives that are commonly used in most commercial pet food. Only natural ultra-premium meat, fresh vegetables, vitamins and supplements are incorporated to give your pet a natural, delicious nutritionally balanced meal.

Why New Zealand?

A recent study showed New Zealand's environment to be the healthiest in the world. The Pilot 2006 Environmental Performance Index (EPI) rates more than 130 countries on their performance and commitment to Environmental Health, Air Quality, Water Resources, Biodiversity and Habitat, Productive Natural Resources, and Sustainable Energy. Indicators within these categories include indoor air pollution, water issues, urban particulars, overfishing and CO2 production. Sweden, Finland, the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom are the next four countries on the list. - Animal Wellness Magazine

What does the Earth-Friendly Logo mean?

Addiction believes in creating responsible foods that are great for your pets as well as for the environment. We are the first pet food company to pioneer the use of Eco-friendly meats in our efforts to contribute to eco-sustainability. For example, we harvest kangaroos and brushtails, which are considered major agricultural pests, as an alternative to farming traditional meat sources which contribute to deforestation and destruction of the ozone layer. We source only from suppliers that employ sustainable and ethical practices, in line with our eco-friendly philosophy.

How can I find out more about Addiction?

The Addiction website is updated regularly and contains product information and useful resources about pet nutrition. Alternatively, you can drop an email at info@addictionfoods.com.

What is holistic pet food?

Holistic pet foods use only the highest quality ingredients in combination with health-enhancing vitamins and supplements. They contain no harmful preservatives, chemicals or fillers that are commonly used in most commercial pet food, and which have been implicated in the worrying increase of pet cancers in recent years. In fact, holistic pet foods have been found to aid in the prevention of pet diseases, particularly skin allergies and digestive problems, and help to enhance the natural lifespan of your pet.

Having laid out the benefits of holistic pet food, it is important to note that there is more to the concept of ‘holistic’ than just a natural diet. Your pets’ nutrition should be seen as a component of a holistic lifestyle, which entails embracing a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being. Pets thrive in a clean, nurturing environment, and coupled with good food and veterinary care, will lead a high quality of life.

What does novel protein mean?

Novel protein sources of Brushtail, Kangaroo, Venison, Eel and King Salmon are used as the meat sources compared to common cuts of chicken, beef and lamb, which pets are commonly allergic to. All other ingredients have also been specially selected due to their low-allergenic properties. Since 2003, Addiction has pioneered the development and formulation of hypoallergenic pet foods, and has now the widest range of protein sources in the market, ensuring nutritional solutions for virtually every cat and dog.

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Transition Instructions

As with all new foods, gradually introduce Addiction over 6 days to prevent stomach upsets. Feed 20% Addiction and 80% of the old food for first 2 days and gradually increase proportion of Addiction over the next 4 days. By the 6th day you can be confident of feeding Addiction for the rest of your pets' life. It is critical that Addiction is slowly introduced to your pet over the 6 day period. Not following these guidelines may result in your pet experiencing gastrointestinal discomfort or related symptoms.

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  • Love Chewy

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    I enjoy the flexibility of ordering with Chewy. I can make online adjustments when my order planning fails, and they have a variety of foods for my 3 dogs (and each of them has special dietary needs.) The staff is ever vigilant and contacts me immediately if there are any issues with availabilty.

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  • Hit or Miss In the Flavor - But a Good Product

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    My elderly Pomeranian had chronic pancreatitis and after he recovered from it was still unable to consume food with a percentage of fat greater than 5% (this is lower in fat than the kidney diet SD provides by perception FYI). This food really fit the bill in the low fat department, however my Pom didn't love it very much. Some days he would only eat one bite and that was it. My other Pom and my Sheltie really love this food however, my AKK is so-so on it. It seems to be a hit or miss in the flavor department depending on the dog. The product itself however is good and high quality with great ingredients. I ended up mixing this food with other foods like Tripett, or some hold cooked scrambled My elderly Pomeranian had chronic pancreatitis and after he recovered from it was still unable to consume food with a percentage of fat greater than 5% (this is lower in fat than the kidney diet SD provides by perception FYI). This food really fit the bill in the low fat department, however my Pom didn't love it very much. Some days he would only eat one bite and that was it. My other Pom and my Sheltie really love this food however, my AKK is so-so on it. It seems to be a hit or miss in the flavor department depending on the dog. The product itself however is good and high quality with great ingredients. I ended up mixing this food with other foods like Tripett, or some hold cooked scrambled eggs, and that has worked out really well. I can also mix it with canned foods that have a higher fat content (like 6%) to bring the fat content of his meal down enough overall so that he doesn't get sick. I'd recommend someone to try this food if they have a dog with medical issues that require a special diet or a dog that just likes unusual flavors. Because of the seriously low fat content, I would likely continue to buy this food. … more

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  • Over rated and Over Priced.

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    Don't waste your money. This product is WAY overprice for the ingredients. VERY VERY LITTLE EEL!!! Will not buy again.

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  • Big Price, Disappointing Benefit

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    This canned dog food by Addiction Foods NZ has a few things going for it: it does use unique protein sources for highly sensitive/allergic dogs -- in this case, New Zealand unagi river eel and venison. It contains seaweed meal for boosting the immune system. It is grain-free, gluten-free, and has no artificial preservatives or by-products. It does not smell fishy or otherwise unpleasant; nor is the flavor or texture unusual, fishy or anything but pleasant. My two food-hypersensitive dogs love it. So, what's the beef? I am always on the lookout for unique protein sources and foods for my dogs, since strict food rotation keeps most of their symptoms at bay. They have already sampled and love the This canned dog food by Addiction Foods NZ has a few things going for it: it does use unique protein sources for highly sensitive/allergic dogs -- in this case, New Zealand unagi river eel and venison. It contains seaweed meal for boosting the immune system. It is grain-free, gluten-free, and has no artificial preservatives or by-products. It does not smell fishy or otherwise unpleasant; nor is the flavor or texture unusual, fishy or anything but pleasant. My two food-hypersensitive dogs love it. So, what's the beef? I am always on the lookout for unique protein sources and foods for my dogs, since strict food rotation keeps most of their symptoms at bay. They have already sampled and love the Addiction Brushtail Canned Food. My curiosity finally got the better of me, and I plunked down the money for the Unagi & Seaweed Entree. The main reason that I cannot give this food a good recommendation quite simply is that you pay almost twice the cost of any other canned food, even other Addiction brand flavors, and yet it does not deliver. All of the advertising for this particular flavor on Chewy, on the Addiction website, and on the can, talks about the eel, which is the first ingredient on the list, while completely ignoring the venison that is the second ingredient. I did send an email to the company, asking what the proportion of the eel to the venison was in the total meat content. That was well over a week ago, and I have not received a reply. Actually, the same is true of their Brushtail entree - venison is the second ingredient there, too. However, you pay only 60% of the price. I can feed my dogs venison once in rotation, but not over and over, which would defeat the point of rotation. Secondly, for all that money you are only getting the all-too-common white potato as the main, but not the only, carbohydrate source. Finally, the nutritional analysis shows 8% for the protein content of this food. This is the same protein level shown in some grocery store brand canned dog foods. Although they advertise the omega fatty acid benefits of this food, they do not show the percentage or amount of omega 3 and 6 in the nutritional analysis on the can. How disappointing for a dog food that targets dogs with allergies and hypersensitivities! I don't know about other pet parents, but I have better things to do with my money. … more

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  • Novel protein, no chix fat or other

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    My 7lb poodle developed "leaky gut" at 9y.o. I almost lost him!! I now buy all of his food from Chewy. Chewy list all of the ingredients for all of it's products. Read these carefully. Some have chix fat or "liver" not specifying which species. My boy is in good health now as we continue to taper his prednisone and feed him novel proteins. I am leaving this same review for the products I am using with good results. CHEWY is a great vendor as it lists ALL ingredients for ALL of the products it sells. CHEWY is my knight in shining armor. Before CHEWY I was at my whits end as duck wasn't helping. I was cooking cod filets and worrying about him having a balanced diet. Thank you CHEWY!

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  • excellant for dogs with allergies

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    I have 2 dogs that have food allergies. The Jack Russell has severe allergies. He and my other dog can eat this food with their special dry food. This food has not cause itching or skin break out. They also love the taste, and gobble it down. Thanks for having this food . The addiction brand is wounderful.

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