|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Whitefish Meal, Sweet Potato, Lentils...||Salmon, Salmon Meal, Ocean Fish Meal...||Menhaden Fish Meal, Peas, Potatoes...||Pork Meal, Sweet Potatoes, Buffalo Meal...||Deboned Salmon, Menhaden Fish meal (source of Omega-3 fatty acids), Chickpeas...|
|Special Diet||Gluten Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Grain-Free||Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy||Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, High-Protein||Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy||Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Gluten Free, Non-GMO|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds|
|Food Flavor||Sweet Potato, Buffalo, Meat, Fruits & Vegetables, Seafood & Fish||Salmon, Seafood & Fish||Turkey, Venison, Poultry, Meat, Seafood & Fish||Buffalo, Rabbit, Pork, Meat||Salmon, Chicken, Poultry, Seafood & Fish|
I had to really research to find a fish-based dry kibble, since my dogs have allergies, are large and are now seniors. The kibble itself is small, but they love it. I mix it with avengers wet food and I feel very comfortable with the ingredients for my babies.
Leo, our dog did not eat this product. Not sure why. We even tried to mix it with his can food, but still does not eat it. Thus, we went back to his previous kibble. I have more that 3/4 of the bag left and am not sure how to dispose of it.
my picky eater loves the fish . smaller size kibble she prefers. she is a great dane with a big mouth not sure why she likes smaller kibble, must be the taste ! Good quality food.
I have a German Shephard with many allergies and this food works really well for him and he completely loves it.
My dogs (Staffordshire terriers) are actually pretty picky eaters, but they seem to love any food that is a fish protein...they love this one! They also like a smaller kibble size and this food meets that criteria...about pea size. Initially it did make them have some runny poo but that's normal when you switch formulas and now their poo's are totally normal. Will purchase again.
The fat content and protein percentage is perfect for our dog. She has been eating grain free since puppyhood. We’ve tried the chicken with sweet potato but our girl loves the Whitefish recipe more plus there’s less fat and protein.
All four big and small love it. My shepherds coat is gleaming. Also also skin is not nearly as dry. All are thriving!
I have a chihuahua mix and am dog sitting for another dog. The kibble size is perfect for my little chihuahua as large kibble size is is too big for him in other brands. It also works well for the mid-size dog. I just got this formula in the new packaging and both dogs are going crazy for it. Two paws up.
First and foremost, the original formula listed on the site is a 5 star product. When Chewy stopped providing dry kibble from Champion (Orijen, ACANA), we had to find a suitable replacement. Chewy made it convenient and easy with the transitioning process. Chewy also a 5 star company. However, this new formula came as a bit of a surprise - unfortunately, unacceptable and subpar compared to the original's recipe. This new formula isn't even an option on the Chewy website. The representative from the Help Chat didn't even know Evangers had made changes to the product. The current price is $60.96 for the 33-lb. If I'm paying this much for dog food, it better be the correct one being displayed and advertised. This is not the case. The quality of ingredients are no where near its predecessor. The first 5 will usually give you an idea of the formula's quality. The original is high quality listing "Whitefish, Salmon, Sweet Potatoes, Venison Meal, Peas" - notice the WHOLE fishes listed first. This new formula is subpar in comparison listing "Whitefish Meal, Sweet Potatoes, Lentils, Peas, Buffalo Meal." I have nothing against by-product meals, but I should be getting what I'm paying for. Premium formulas can charge the high costs, but if you're advertising a premium product and then in turn, give us something inferior, expect some disappointed customers.
I have two small dogs, a Shitz zu and a Morkie(half Maltese and half Yorshire Terrier). The Morkie is a very finicky eater. Both dogs loved this food. I had them switched over in two days from their old dog food. Both had high fat in their blood that the vet said could lead to other serious problems like pancreatitis. He recommended a low fat dog food like Royal Canin. I did my research and did not like the reviews or ingredients in the Royal Canine. My Shitz Zu also has food allergies. I was having to buy two different kinds of food. Now it's just one and they both love it and seem very healthy and happy. The Shitz Zu is 11 yrs. and everyone can't believe it! They say he acts like a puppy. My finicky eater gets very excited when it's time to eat and eats every last kibble. Their both small dogs and have no problem with the size of the kibbles. Hope this helped.