Evanger's Hand-Packed Specialties are processed to maintain the shape and nutrition of each recipe's contents. The cooking process softens the recipes with bones, making them edible, safe, wholesome and digestible. 100% beef roast cooked in its own juices serves up a meaty supplement. It features pieces of uncut meat placed into the can by hand!
Grain and gluten-free recipe featuring tender 100% beef roast cooked in its own juices.
Serves as an excellent mixer/supplement to Evanger's dry food recipes to make a complete and balanced meal your pup.
Made without corn, wheat or soy for dogs with sensitivities.
Kosher certified and endorsed by the Chicago Rabbinical Council (cRc) as acceptable for your pet to enjoy during Passover.
My doggies really enjoy this beef. It has a hunk of beef in the can w some juices they really love. But a hunk of beef? I was surprised. But only the best 4 my fur kids! Definition recommend. I recommend all evangers canned food. We split a can between 2 dogs w some dry and they love their meals.
on Apr 23, 2021
This is an amazing dog food. It is, in fact, hunks of beef. I’ve seen no issue with shorted cans as has been reported. I’m going to order the chicken thighs next. My Akbash loves the beef hunks!!
on Feb 23, 2021
I've been buying this for my 12 year old, 60 lb boxer lab mix for over eight years. The last year I've seen a significant decline in the beef. Last few cases the cans have been mostly fat and there were black specs in the meat that I was told sometimes happens during processing. I won't be buying it anymore.
Now Featuring Crushed Cans!?!
on Jan 31, 2021
My Dad says if we’re paying $4 a can, we should be able to crush the cans ourselves. My Mom says now that we complained, they’re going to send us even worse-crushed cans, like with that other hilly brand. I think they’re both crazy because I love these fresh beef hunks so much I don’t care. Unless I get sick from bacteria thru holes in crushed cans.
Love at first bite
on Mar 16, 2021
This stuff looks god awful. But it is the only thing my dog eats. I mix it with a little bit of kibble so he gets some crunching and he’s a happy boy. And it’s kosher for Passover
on Feb 10, 2021
This is 90% broth and no meat. To properly make sure our dog for enough to eat we drained the broth ....leaving maybe a 1/4 of a can of meat ... I doubt it was even that much. A big rip off paying high dollar for a can of flavored water.
Unreliable Hunk of Beef product
on Dec 30, 2020
At $4 per can, it should be predictably a quality product. But, it is not. Sometimes there's only 1/2 can of meat and the rest is liquid, or it's 1/2 can of meat and 1/2 can of huge steer veins, which I toss out rather than chance a dog having an upset stomach at midnight...and I won't pay $4 a can for 50% slippery, huge, beige veins. Will Evanger's ever be consistently fair with consumers? It's been going on for decades.
Quality not same
on Jan 2, 2021
Used to get nice chunks of meat. Now it’s much tendons and hunks of congealed fat. By the time I dispose of the fatty, tendinous sections I have half a can. Also, I have gotten some cans with gray meat! Waste of food and money on those. Used to be a great meal for my rescues. Now I don’t trust the quality too much.
Awesome food, great for picky eaters
on Feb 19, 2021top250Contributor
I use this in addition to the "pot roast" style. They love it, it is a good looking hunk of beef that smells good (for canned dog food).
Decline in quality
on Mar 28, 2021
What’s going on? Less meat and more fats in each can. Are they going cheap? Grrrr!!!