Rated 1 out of 5 by Jill cats didn't like it and got diareah from it
Ordered this food for my three cats. Mix it up with their old food. At the begining, two of them ate it, although not very enthusiastically. One refuesd to eat her old food with even just a few of this kibbles mixed in. The two that will eat this food started to eat less and less. Note here one of them is a kitten who is hungry all the time. About a week later, I started to notice loose stool in the litter box. They could have diareah earlier, I just didn't notice
I have stopped feeding them this food today, and would NOT recommend this product.
October 3, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by SofiaRose something has changed
I have 3 cats - and have been feeding wysong for quite some time now. I have one cat with allergies - and thought this was perfect. They originally loved this food, until recently when ALL 3 stopped eating it. I don't know if the ingredients have changed, I have written the manufacturer - but have not gotten a response. My mothers dog has stopped eating it too. I haven't heard of any recalls - but something is different.
September 23, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Newt Ok
I had samples of this Wysong &my dog loved it but this bag I got kinda had a chemical smell to it ,my dog ate a few kibbles then refused to eat anymore..so I donated it to our local shelter.
August 5, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by cozycatlady Good alternative diet for cats with poultry allergies
I have 2 cats who are allergic to poultry, and it is a challenge to find food for them without chicken or turkey in it, especially dry food. My one cat will eat canned food, and we can find enough variety for him. The newly diagnosed cat is a chicken and rice dry food junkie, and he was not wanting to eat either the vet prescription diets or the 2 poultry free dry diets I could find in my stores. I ordered several I found at Chewy, and this is the one he and even my non-allergic cats like the best. Its a good quality food, lamb is the first ingredient, and while it does contain rice and oat groats, it is otherwise grain free. The kibble size is small, so could even be used for kittens. If you suspect your cat is allergic to wheat, corn or any of the standard proteins used in most cat food, try this one.
March 6, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Critterwrangler A-OK here
I was reluctant to try this, since so many reviewers indicated their cats didn't like it. But -- ditto here -- I have a cat with an allergy to poultry; and a fussy geriatric cat; and a cat with IBD. Plus a dog with a unknown illness. We have worked our way through a lot of different foods, with mixed success. So I gave this a try regardless, and to my surprise, not a single cat refused it. (I have 5). Everyone dove in, on the first try. This one is a keeper!, and I am now going to try it for the dog.
March 26, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Abigail2 my cats won't eat it
I've been seeking a dry cat food without chicken and without acidifiers because one of my 2 cats has an allergy to chicken and has had high blood calcium. I finally found this and they gobbled down the first meal. Since then -- over a week now - neither of them will touch it. Perhaps other people will have better luck.
March 18, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Arktos You can't go wrong w/ Wysong
I usually feed my Frenchies Wysong's Epigen as it's starch (not just grain) free, but Chewy was (uncharacteristically) out of that so I went w/ Wysong Anergen; it's still formulated with Wysong's holistic understanding of animal nutrition and includes things you don't find in other formulas, such as montmorillonite clay, which detoxes the system, as well as organ meats and probiotics. Unlike Epigen, Anergen has sweet potates but I've grown to believe that such foods are good for dogs, who are basically scavengers and thus able to eat almost anything. My basic concern is well rounded nutrition, and any Wysong product will have that. Try it, you'll like it!
July 16, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by StefNeko2 Hunger strike finally broken!
Just like everyone else who wrote a review, my cat has food allergies and just like most other cats, she REALLY was not into this dry food AT ALL for weeks (6 actually). We also feed her with Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Hypoallergenic Selected Protein PD In Gel Canned Cat Food, which is wet and that she likes very much so for the longest time, she was eating only the wet food. And then finally, when I was about ready to give up, she finally started eating it and is now eating as much as her previous dry food. Her bowels though are finally impeccable with the combination wet and dry, which was our goal in the fist place.
June 23, 2013