Evanger's Hand-Packed Specialties are processed to maintain the shape and nutrition of each recipe's contents. Twin whole chicken thighs make up this innovative supplement for every dog's delight. It features pieces of uncut meat placed into the can by hand!
Grain and gluten-free recipe featuring tender whole chicken thighs 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 is sure to gobble up!
Kosher certified and endorsed by the Chicago Rabbinical Council (cRc) as acceptable for your pet to enjoy during Passover.
Real chicken bones add flavor, texture and are great source of calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and iron. Evanger's special slow-cook, pressure-cook process softens the bones so they are splinter-free, easily digestible and edible!
Suitable for all life stages and made in the USA without corn, wheat or soy.
My dogs (chihuahuas) especially like the broth. I have to be careful of fat content—the thighs come complete with skin so I expect the fat content is high. The bones are indeed digestible. So this is a emergency food for when I don't have time to cook chicken. My dogs won't touch breast meat anymore so this is a big bonus option.
on Oct 9, 2020
Somehow I missed the memo that this dog food has whole thighs, yes, but the bones, too. It says on the can that they are cooked in such a way as to be digestible, but the mom in me can't live with that. So I spend time removing them and then trying to find the little pieces that remain. Won't be ordering again.
on Jul 19, 2020Top 500 Contributor
These whole chicken thighs are awesome! Single ingredient and cooked in the can. The thighs just fall apart once poured out of the can. I easily crush the bones up and shred the chicken with a fork. I add one scoop of chicken to my puppies dinner (we train with breakfast during the day) and one to two scoops of the chicken fat/juices. I add equal parts of water to kibble and stir it up for kibble coated in a delicious gravy. He LOVES this stuff. My 3 year old also LOVES this stuff and he is so picky. I wish they had more flavors of the hand packed but I will be trying the beef and drummets!
Too much grease and liquid
on Sep 10, 2020
The can is probably 60-70% (at the most) meat and the rest is fat and liquid. I didn’t realize it at first since the food was at room temp. But after refrigerating the opened can and worming it up to feed my dog, I realized how much of the fat actually melted. Yucky! It needs to have less grease and more meat. Bummer, It would have been such a great choice otherwise.
Rocco loves it
on Oct 15, 2020
I like this food because it's real. No fillers. I will say that if you have a dog with a sensitive stomach you will need to remove the fat and the skin after microwaving.
chicken bones in the food
on Aug 29, 2020
My dog loves the chicken but I noticed it has small broken shape bones that dogs should not eat. FYI check before feeding
Real chicken parts!
on Sep 14, 2020
My dogs love this and the drumettes. Quality food!
on Feb 15, 2020
I use this food as a topper for my three golden retrievers. I am amazed that so many people take the grease out of the can and throw it away. Chicken fat is very nutritious for dogs. Maybe small dogs can't handle too much but I have never had an issue with my dogs. They love the food and beg for more. The bones are very soft. I know alot of people are afraid of them but bones are again a wonderful nutritious addition to your dogs diet. The bones are cooked enough to not be a problem. I will continue to use this great quality addition to my athletic dogs who are maintained at proper weight.
Fantastic, wholesome product but drain the fat!
on Jan 11, 2020
I tried a lot of different high quality dog foods and this is the best one yet. The can is packed full of chicken but grease too so once I open the can(s), I separate out the chicken and put the can of broth back in the fridge. The next morning the fat has risen to the top and solidified. I scoop out the solid fat and dump it into my composting can. I re-introduce the chicken back into the remaining broth. I have a young Maltese so I use Evangers as a kibble-topper (Halo kibble) and crush up any bones with a fork. Although the bones are super soft, and crush up with two pats of a fork, I don’t take any chances. My dog loves his food and it smells great!
FULL OF FAT AND GREASE
on Aug 26, 2019
My dog loves these but Im going to switch over to the pate due to the heavy amount of grease and fat in these cans of thighs. Another thing I noticed is that some of these are filled w other chicken parts outside of the thighs - you can tell by the type of bones they are not thigh bones. Im sure they are ok for the dog but I feel better w the organic ground chicken instead.