Dr. Harvey's Veg-To-Bowl Grain-Free Cat Food Pre-Mix, 1-lb bag, makes 60-oz of food

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Veg-to-Bowl is a fantastic way to provide essential vitamins, minerals and fiber for your companion cat. By adding the vegetables and herbs for digestion in Veg-to-Bowl every day, you give your cat the key to proper nutrition and a happier, healthier life.

Veg-to Bowl is easy to use! Just add Veg-to-Bowl daily to your companions meals. You can mix Veg-to-Bowl with any natural food that you are currently feeding. Veg-to-Bowl is also a great addition for those who are feeding a raw diet to their companions. Any way that you feed Veg-to-Bowl your companion will thank you!

Key Benefits

  • Grain-free cat food pre-mix with a mixture of super nutritious dehydrated vegetables and healthy herbs so you can give your cat the proper nutrition she's craves for a happier, healthier life
  • Simply mix with your choice of protein and oil for a healthy homemade meal that’s super easy to prepare
  • Just add water and your choice of protein for a complete meal in minutes!
  • Contains no wheat or soy, with no added sugar or salt so it's a great option for cats with food sensitivities
  • By itself, this is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only

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  • Food Form
    Pre-Mix, Freeze-Dried
  • Lifestage
    All Stages, Adult
  • Made in
    United States
  • Special Diet

Nutritional Info


Sweet Potatoes*, Carrots*, Diced Potatoes*, Zucchini*, Broccoli Florets*, Green Beans*, Peas**, Beets*, Parsley, Fennel Seed, Fenugreek Seed, Ginger, Papaya Leaf and Peppermint Leaf.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 2.0% min
Crude Fat 1.0% min
Crude Fiber 12.0% max
Moisture 10.0% max

Feeding Instructions

  • Step 1: Add Hot Water to Veg-to-Bowl
  • Step 2: Let the veggies soak until soft, approximately 8 - 10 minutes and until the mixture is cool.
  • Step 3: Add your choice of Protein (beef, chicken, turkey, fish, etc.) Be sure to rotate proteins weekly. (Instructions Inside)
  • Step 4: Add oil of your choice. (flax oil, olive oil, fish oil, sesame oil or Dr. Harvey’s Health and Shine, etc.) Detailed Instructions Inside Bag.

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  • Best way to feed your cat

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    It took about 2-3 weeks to transition her over. Cats are usually suspicious of new foods so add a little at a time and don't give up- this is one of the healthiest foods you can feed them. She is now loving it and never looked better. We add either boneless chicken thighs, turkey or salmon and a squirt of wild salmon oil. I cook about a months worth at a time and freeze in 2 day portions. For those that say cats aren't suppose to eat vegetables, mine wander around our garden nibbling on everything and cats in the wild hunt eat the content of their prey's stomach which is often filled with vegetable matter.

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  • Jack loves Dr. Harveys

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    My 12 week old rescue kitten loves Dr Harveys..my 12 year old cairn terrier eats Dr. Harvey's Miracle Canine Food so we started Jack on it right away. Each critter sits and waits for me to 'make' their food which they gobble up. I use Olive or Coconut as the oil and I rotate proteins between chicken, salmon and sardines. I have dry kitten kibble out for him to free eat during the day since he's growing but he just picks at that occasionally. His main meals are morning and early evening which he meows expectantly for.

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  • My dog is 9-1/2 but still has a lot of puppy!

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    My dog has been on Dr. Harvey's grain free dog food for years. Helps keep her healthy.

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  • Vegs for my kitty!

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    Easy to prep. Only use a little. Too much and cats won't eat it. Makes their meals more nutritious.

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  • cat is too picky :(

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    thankfully my dogs love this so it will be enjoyed by them but not as intended by the cat

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  • Whole vegetables for a cat?

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    These are large pieces of vegetables, I could have bought a can of vegetables at the grocery store. Cats might possibly eat them if they are pureed. Not worth buying.

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