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Castor & Pollux Natural Ultramix Whole Chicken Thigh, Fresh Cut Carrots & Sweet Potatoes Entree Grain-Free Adult Canned Dog Food, 13.2-oz, case of 12

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Can you name a dog that doesn't long to eat off of your plate? That’s where Castor & Pollux Natural Ultramix saves the day. This recipe is a delicious meal of whole chicken thighs, fresh-cut carrots and sweet potatoes, ideal for dogs sensitive to grains. It's so enticing, you might just slobber reading the labels!

Key Benefits

  • Natural chicken is the #1 ingredient, ideal for dogs sensitive to grains
  • Include minimally processed fruits and vegetables that provide a source of antioxidants and vitamins
  • Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids contribute to healthy skin and luxurious coat, and calcium and phosphorus ratio helps support healthy bones and teeth
  • Fruits, vegetables and grains provide soluble fiber to help maintain a healthy digestive system
  • Made without corn, wheat, soy, artificial colors or preservatives with probiotics to support digestion

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  • Item Number
    65670
  • Food Texture
    Stew
  • Brand
    Natural Ultramix
  • Breed Size
    All Breeds, Small, Medium, Large
  • Food Form
    Wet Food
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Made in
    United States
  • Special Diet
    Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy

Nutritional Info

Ingredients

  1. Chicken, Chicken Broth, Chicken Liver, Carrots, Sweet Potato, Apples, Peas, Potato, Dried Egg Product, Natural Flavor, Blueberries, Carrageenan, Calcium Carbonate, Potassium Chloride, Vitamins (Choline Chloride, Vitamin E Supplement, Vitamin B12 Supplement, D-Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin A Supplement, Niacin, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Riboflavin Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Folic Acid, Biotin, Thiamine Mononitrate), Canola Oil, Guar Gum, Salt, Sodium Phosphate, Cassia Gum, Olive Oil, Flax Oil, Minerals (Zinc Amino Acid Complex, Iron Amino Acid Complex, Manganese Amino Acid Complex, Copper Amino Acid Complex, Potassium Iodide, Cobalt Glucoheptonate, Sodium Selenite), Thyme, Sage, Rosemary, Citric Acid, Yucca Schidigera Extract.

Caloric Content

  1. 901 kcal/kg, 341 kcal/13.2 oz can
Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 9.0% min
Crude Fat 5.0% min
Crude Fiber 1.4% max
Moisture 81.0% max

Feeding Instructions

Feed your adult dog about 3/4 to 1 1/4 cans per 15 lbs of weight per day. Feed puppies up to two times and pregnant or lactating females up to three times for the same weight. Adjust feeding level to your dog's individual needs. Feed at room temperature. Cover and refrigerate unused portion. Always provide access to clean, fresh water. If feeding with dry food, reduce wet amount by 6 oz for every 1/2 cup of dry food.

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  • Will not buy again

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    I was shocked that the chicken thigh bone was included. I am glad I found it before feeding my 5 pound poodle. The contents were 50% liquid and the fatty skin of the thigh meat. Of course, my puppy liked the chicken thigh meat but ignored the processed mystery cubes. I will not purchase again

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  • Thumbs Up

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    My 2 Beagle Girls Love this. However there's not much in the Can. Has a lot of liquid. They Love the whole Chicken Thigh ( wish there was more than one). The biggest problem with this food is... They are starving like 5 hrs later. If.. you drained.. all.. the liquid out you'd only end up with like 1/2 cup of food. So there really isn't much protein to keep them full. I guess for many you could serve along with it some dry food. Me.. personally.. am not a dry food like mama. I may end up buying extra protein in it? Don't know if I will buy again? Too expensive ( for me). Because of how hungry they are so soon afterwards.

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  • There is real chicken!

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    When I opened the can I was pleased and surprised to see that a dog food actually contained what it advertised. A chicken thigh is right on top. My two "doodles" love this dog food. I mix half of a can with their Castor and Pollux dry food. I use the Castor and Pollux dry food because one of my boys has food allergies and this doesn't seem to affect him. This brand IS what it says it is.

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  • Great food with real chicken and veges

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    We have a foster with a broken jaw. He had to have it wired on both sides externally, then had to have bonding on the lower teeth as a splint. Poor guy has a very tough time eating. This was the solution! Great food. Just be careful when serving to remove the one bone that is in the can!

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  • Dogs love it!

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    I have 3 picky dogs and this is the first food they all agree on. I like that the whole thigh and bone is there, the bone is so soft you can break it with your fingers, but bones are very good for them. I took off one star only for the amount of gravy in the can, it's kind of thin & messy. Could be a little less of that, but the dogs are happy, so I am too

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  • A real treat for my doggies

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    This dog food was a really nice combination of chicken, bones, sauce and processed meat. Both my doggies love it.

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  • What's for dinner

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    My Teddy won't eat his fresh pet any more. He love this and thinks it mine

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  • Best dog food ever!

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    Contains an entire whole chicken thigh. The bone is included but is cooked so soft you can easily crush it with a fork. My super picky dogs live it!

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  • Perfect Product for my Bassets

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    We have 2 Bassets. One eats everything, the other (the female) is finicky. Go figure! :) The consistency and ingredients in this Whole Chicken Thigh, Fresh Cut Carrots & Sweet Potatoes is a perfect mix with the Ultramix dry dog food. They absolutely LOVE it! We have tried many other grain-free dog foods only to have one or both Bassets turn their EXCELLENT noses away. This product is a winner EVERY time. Doesn't matter if I am satisfied, it matters if THEY are satisfied. Happy dogs, happy wife, happy life!

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  • WHOLE Thigh isn't a joke!

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    Didn't work for us. I have a GSD with a horrible digestive system. I finally found that he can have 1 cup Natures Variety LID Turkey, 1 cup Victor, and a handful of Nutro Puppy... in that EXACT combination, he has "normal" stools. He recently was "poisoned" a week ago [which just happened to occur 12 hrs after a Lepto shot - and he's an apt dog who is a known grazer and watched like a hawk outside... I'm 99% sure he' didn't get anything out there, and 100% sure he got nothing inside]. It lead to watery stools, and vomiting up some stomach lining [and a $800 vet bill] so he needs to be on a soft food diet. The vet insisted he wasn't allergic to any food since I have to feed him such a Didn't work for us. I have a GSD with a horrible digestive system. I finally found that he can have 1 cup Natures Variety LID Turkey, 1 cup Victor, and a handful of Nutro Puppy... in that EXACT combination, he has "normal" stools. He recently was "poisoned" a week ago [which just happened to occur 12 hrs after a Lepto shot - and he's an apt dog who is a known grazer and watched like a hawk outside... I'm 99% sure he' didn't get anything out there, and 100% sure he got nothing inside]. It lead to watery stools, and vomiting up some stomach lining [and a $800 vet bill] so he needs to be on a soft food diet. The vet insisted he wasn't allergic to any food since I have to feed him such a mix, and we have to feed him canned food for about a week or so. I was VERY impressed with this one and the entire thigh that fell out into his bowl. I had read it, but I didn't actually expect 1 lump of thigh. He LOVED it. But now we're 16 hours later, and it's 4am and I had to spend the last hour walking him and cleaning up something awful in his kennel. It was probably this food, based on the "rotten chicken" smell - but we also go the tripe from this company, the rabbit from Addiction and a few others. "Diagnose the sick puppy" is a game that's lasted far too long. Even the elimination game hasn't given us any distinct answers. Oh well. If I had a dog with a much less sensitive system, this would be a regular occurrence on the menu. I'll probably save it fog our doggy visitors, or drop it off at a shelter. I highly suggest that you try this food [if you don't have a poop-machine like I do]. If it came down to it, I would happily eat this myself in an Emergency. … more

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