Evanger's Grain-Free Rabbit Canned Dog & Cat Food

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Liven up meal time with Evanger's exotic grain-free game meats. Evanger's Grain-Free Rabbit Canned Dog & Cat Food makes a great mixer for Evanger's dry foods or vegetarian formula. This holistic formula features a novel protein with no preservatives or fillers, so it's an excellent choice for pets with other food allergies. It's packed in a convenient 6-ounce pop-top can for easy serving.

Key Benefits

  • All-natural, grain-free and gluten-free recipe for cats and dogs featuring a single source protein from high-quality rabbit.
  • Contains no corn, wheat, soy, preservatives or fillers.
  • Intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.
  • Great for protein rotation and as a topper for Evanger's dry food diets.
  • Made in the USA!

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  • Item Number
    59823
  • Weight
    9.6 pounds
  • Food Texture
    Pate
  • Breed Size
    All Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds
  • Food Form
    Wet Food
  • Lifestage
    All Stages, Adult
  • Made in
    United States
  • Special Diet
    No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Grain-Free, Gluten Free, Limited Ingredient Diet

Nutritional Info

Ingredients

Rabbit, Water Sufficient for Processing, Liver, Guar Gum.

Caloric Content

162 kcal/100g, 597 kcal/13 oz can

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 10.0% min
Crude Fat 5.0% min
Crude Fiber 1.5% min
Moisture 78.0% max

Feeding Instructions

Evanger's Canned Rabbit is pure meat, so it should be used as a complement with Evanger's Dry Foods, with Evanger's Vegetarian Dinner, or with any Evanger's complete and balanced meal.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can Evanger's products help with urinary tract infections?

Yes. Struvite crystals, rock - like accretions that scrape sensitive tissues in the urinary tract, are a major cause of inflammation and infection in dogs and cats. The formation of struvite crystals is possible when urine is too alkaline. In meat, we are provided with an acidifier that is natural and promotes overall good health in dogs and cats. So increasing the amount of high quality meat consumed can acidify the urine and help prevent the formation of struvite crystals. Evanger’s offers many canned products whose sole ingredient is USDA meat. Choose from among the 8 Grain Free Game Meats, , Hunk of Beef, 100% Organic Chicken, as well as many others. These products are excellent supplements or treats for dogs and cats. For balanced meals, which contain vitamins and minerals, try our Chicken Dinner and Beef Dinner for dogs; USDA certified Organic Braised Chicken Dinner, Organic Turkey with Butternut Squash, and Holistic Pheasant Dinner for cats. Of course, any dog or cat with urinary tract problems should be under the care of a veterinarian.

Can I feed dog food to my cats and cat food to my dogs?

Any Evanger’s food that is pure meat, such as the Grain Free Game Meats, Hunk of Beef, and Wild Salmon, can be fed to both cats and dogs as snacks, treats, or mixed with Evanger’s dry food, snacks, or treats. However, foods that include vitamins and minerals to make a complete balanced diet are formulated specifically for a dog or cat and should be fed to the indicated species.

Knowing the different dietary needs of dogs and cats is very important because pet owners that allow a dog to eat cat food or a cat to eat dog food could end up with a very sick pet….or worse. Illnesses do not usually happen if only a few meals are shared, but will happen if it continues on a regular basis. Incidentally, dogs are omnivores like people; they eat both meat and vegetables. Cats are obligate carnivores; they eat mostly meat. Cats have a higher protein and fat requirement than dogs. Dogs that eat cat food could end up with liver, kidney and/or pancreatic problems because cat foods are too high in protein and fat for dogs to properly metabolize. Cats that eat dog foods could end up blind or with a serious heart condition called dilated cardiomyopathy because cats have a dietary need for taurine. Dogs naturally make the amino acid taurine, while cats must have it supplied in their diets; all Evanger’s cat foods contain taurine.

Cats also require a different form of Vitamin A. Dogs, like people, naturally manufacture Vitamin A, if Beta - carotene is supplied in the diet. Last but not least, cats require arachidonic acid, an essential fatty acids for cats. Dogs can manufacture Arachodonic Acid from Omega 3 fatty acids. Both dogs and cats require linoleic (Omega 6) and linolenic (Omega 3) fatty acids.

Why are there bones in Hand - Packed Chicken dinners?

Evanger’s special slow - cook, pressure - cook process softens the bones so they are splinter - free and easily digestible. Feel free to squeeze a bone in Whole Chicken Thighs or Roasted Chicken Drummette Dinner, you’ll see that the bone collapses instead of splintering, providing the ideal meal for your dog - safe, nutritious, and delicious. Bones add flavor and texture, and are great natural sources of crucial nutrients like calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and iron.

Can I feed Evanger's products to my diabetic dog or cat?

Yes… Diabetic dogs and cats need to reduce carbohydrate intake while maintaining a balanced diet. Evanger’s canned diets contain so much meat (exception: Vegetarian Dinner and 100% Sweet Potato), that they can often be incorporated into the diet of diabetic dogs and cats with healthy kidneys. Diabetic dogs and cats should eat more fowl than red meat. Gold Line Chicken Dinner and Beef Dinner offer dogs a balanced meal with no added carbohydrates. Similarly, Hand Packed Whole Mackerel with Gravy for cats is a delicious low - carb meal. The 8 Grain Free Game Meats and Hunk of Beef and Wild Salmon are nutrient-rich, tasty supplements or treats for diabetic dogs and cats. Please remember that diabetes is a serious medical condition that requires veterinary care. Pets being treated with insulin will require blood checks and possible insulin adjustment when changes are made to the diet.

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  • My cat loves this!

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    While researching the net after adopting our very first cat for lean and clean food, I stumbled upon a post on a forum where the person mentions that their cat breeder suggested feeding Evanger's Rabbit to their Bengal. I immediately started looking into the product since I know if you own a Bengal they are probably fed the best. To my surprise this product has only 4 ingredients: Rabbit, Liver, Water, and Guar Gum. This blew my mind since usually the list of ingredients is as long as a book even for top-rated grain-free products! Keep in mind that this product should not be the primary source of food since it doesn't contain all the nutrients your cat needs. I mix 13oz of Evanger's Rabbit While researching the net after adopting our very first cat for lean and clean food, I stumbled upon a post on a forum where the person mentions that their cat breeder suggested feeding Evanger's Rabbit to their Bengal. I immediately started looking into the product since I know if you own a Bengal they are probably fed the best. To my surprise this product has only 4 ingredients: Rabbit, Liver, Water, and Guar Gum. This blew my mind since usually the list of ingredients is as long as a book even for top-rated grain-free products! Keep in mind that this product should not be the primary source of food since it doesn't contain all the nutrients your cat needs. I mix 13oz of Evanger's Rabbit with 13 oz of Evanger's Vegetarian to constitute my cat's "meal". After mixing I keep half of the food in the freezer and I've been able to keep the other half for up to 4 days (my cats is free fed) in the fridge without any issues. One thing to keep in mind, at least for my cat, is that if I don't mix the two together, he will always prefer and eat the rabbit and not the vegetarian food. Overall I highly recommend this product. My cat loves it and runs to the kitchen every time he hears me open a can. Also I've seen a visible change in his level of physical activities for the better. Finally, I think Evanger's considering their prices and quality of products deserves a whole lot more attention. I hope they keep it up :) PS. Regarding the Vegetarian food, Evanger's claims "Vegetarian Dinner is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO nutrient profiles for all life stages" which is another big plus since you know combining the two will fully provide the required nutrition to your cat! … more

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  • Would give it a 5 except for the fat and gelatin that's in the can

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    Let me start by saying I love all the Evanger's canned food for dogs. This particular protein is for my dog with IBD. I mix a few teaspoons into his dry dog food and he eats it up with no stomach issues. My only reason for not giving it a 5 is because of the increasing amount of fat/gelatin/broth (not sure what to call it) that's either at the bottom of the can or on the sides. Other than that, it's great.

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  • Not for my cats

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    My cats refused to eat this. They actually lost weight because I gave them a few days to get use to the new food. I will be looking to donate about 80 cans to a shelter or vets office so it isn’t wasted. I’m sure the food is good, just not for my kitties.

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  • Not for cats

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    I would have loved to continue buying this food, because of the nice and short ingredient list, but my cats won't touch it, even the one who usually eats everything. So now I give it to the dog as topper on his kibbles, he will eat it, but it is not his favorite either.

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  • Dogs Very Interested

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    This is my first time buying a rabbit dog food. I smelled fine to me, and the dogs apparently thought it smelled pleasantly aromatic. Wish it were a bit less expensive, so will buy it more as a treat than a regular food to mix in with the veggies I cook for the dogs. The first time I gave it to them straight out of the can, nothing mixed in, and they chowed down, so I'll take that as a dew claw up rating.

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  • Excellent Choice

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    All of my dogs and cat love it! Since my pets eat a variety Rabbit will now be included.as part of their diet..

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  • Just as good as more expensive brand

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    I was buying more expensive rabbit, which seems to be my dog's favorite flavor. This is just as good when only using it as an add in, and saves me money. Luci can't tell the difference.

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  • Inconsistency with mix

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    I usually like this brand but the case purchased had a lot of fat at the bottom of every Can so far from the case purchased

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  • Did not pan out

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    There is nothing wrong with the food, but my finicky cat does not eat it. He is an indoor/outdoor cat and I thought he might like the bunny flavored food, but it did not work out.

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  • My picky dog loves this

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    I have a very picky dog with a sensitive stomach and he loves this and it seems to agree with him

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