Evanger's Super Premium Duck Dinner Grain-Free Canned Cat Food, 5.5-oz, case of 24

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Evanger's Super Premium Duck Dinner Canned Cat Food blends duck meat with wholesome vegetables and fruits for a balanced meal that suits all life stages. Favorite ingredients create this delicious recipe that features allergy-friendly exotic game meat. Kitties love the highly palatable loaf-style dinner, and you can rest assured knowing that it’s grain-free with no corn, wheat, soy, gluten or fillers that might upset sensitive systems. 

Key Benefits
  • Chicken-free recipe is made with novel proteins for a hypoallergenic option, with added liver for palatability.
  • No soy, corn, wheat or by-products or harmful additives or preservatives.
  • Fortified with chelated minerals for optimal absorption and complete and balanced nutrition.
  • Cans are packed with raw ingredients and then cooked entirely inside the sealed can to lock in nutrients and flavor.
  • GMO-free, gluten-free recipe is made in the USA by the family-owned company. Never frozen!

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  • Item Number
    93920
  • Packaging Type
    Can
  • Food Texture
    Pate
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Food Form
    Wet Food
  • Special Diet
    High-Protein, Gluten Free, Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Pea-Free, Non-GMO
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Duck, Water Sufficient for Processing, Liver, Tomato Paste, Carrots, Blueberries, Cranberries, Flaxseed, Guar Gum, Dried Kelp, Rosemary Extract, Thyme, Ginger, Taurine, Yucca Schidigera Extract, Vitamins {Vitamin E Supplement, Niacin Supplement, L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate (Source of Vitamin C), Thiamine Mononitrate (Source of Vitamin B1), Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin A Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Source of Vitamin B6), Riboflavin Supplement (Source of Vitamin B2), Folic Acid, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Biotin, Vitamin D2 Supplement}, Minerals {Zinc Proteinate, Ferrous Sulfate, Copper Proteinate, Manganese Proteinate, Potassium Iodide, Sodium Selenite}.

Caloric Content

948 kcal/kg, 147 kcal/can

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein10.0% min
Crude Fat6.0% min
Crude Fiber1.5% max
Moisture78.0% max
Ash2.5% max
Feeding Instructions
WeightDaily Feeding
5 - 10 lbs1/4 cup twice daily
11 - 15 lbs1/3 cup twice daily
FAQ

Can Evanger's products help with urinary tract infections?

Yes. Struvite crystals, rock - like accretions that scrape sensitive tissues in the urinary tract, are a major cause of inflammation and infection in dogs and cats. The formation of struvite crystals is possible when urine is too alkaline. In meat, we are provided with an acidifier that is natural and promotes overall good health in dogs and cats. So increasing the amount of high quality meat consumed can acidify the urine and help prevent the formation of struvite crystals. Choose from among the 8 Grain Free Game Meats, Hunk of Beef, 100% Organic Chicken, as well as many others. These products are excellent supplements or treats for dogs and cats. For balanced meals, which contain vitamins and minerals, try our Chicken Dinner and Beef Dinner for dogs; Certified Organic Braised Chicken Dinner, Organic Turkey with Butternut Squash, and Holistic Pheasant Dinner for cats. Of course, any dog or cat with urinary tract problems should be under the care of a veterinarian.

Can I feed dog food to my cats and cat food to my dogs?

Any Evanger’s food that is pure meat, such as the Grain Free Game Meats, Hunk of Beef, and Wild Salmon, can be fed to both cats and dogs as snacks, treats, or mixed with Evanger’s dry food, snacks, or treats. However, foods that include vitamins and minerals to make a complete balanced diet are formulated specifically for a dog or cat and should be fed to the indicated species.Knowing the different dietary needs of dogs and cats is very important because pet owners that allow a dog to eat cat food or a cat to eat dog food could end up with a very sick pet….or worse. Illnesses do not usually happen if only a few meals are shared, but will happen if it continues on a regular basis. Incidentally, dogs are omnivores like people; they eat both meat and vegetables. Cats are obligate carnivores; they eat mostly meat. Cats have a higher protein and fat requirement than dogs. Dogs that eat cat food could end up with liver, kidney and/or pancreatic problems because cat foods are too high in protein and fat for dogs to properly metabolize. Cats that eat dog foods could end up blind or with a serious heart condition called dilated cardiomyopathy because cats have a dietary need for taurine. Dogs naturally make the amino acid taurine, while cats must have it supplied in their diets; all Evanger’s cat foods contain taurine. Cats also require a different form of Vitamin A. Dogs, like people, naturally manufacture Vitamin A, if Beta - carotene is supplied in the diet. Last but not least, cats require arachidonic acid, an essential fatty acids for cats. Dogs can manufacture Arachodonic Acid from Omega 3 fatty acids. Both dogs and cats require linoleic (Omega 6) and linolenic (Omega 3) fatty acids.

Why are there bones in Hand - Packed Chicken dinners?

Evanger’s special slow - cook, pressure - cook process softens the bones so they are splinter - free and easily digestible. Feel free to squeeze a bone in Whole Chicken Thighs or Roasted Chicken Drummette Dinner, you’ll see that the bone collapses instead of splintering, providing the ideal meal for your dog - safe, nutritious, and delicious. Bones add flavor and texture, and are great natural sources of crucial nutrients like calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and iron.

Can I feed Evanger's products to my diabetic dog or cat?

Yes… Diabetic dogs and cats need to reduce carbohydrate intake while maintaining a balanced diet. Evanger’s canned diets contain so much meat (exception: Vegetarian Dinner and 100% Sweet Potato), that they can often be incorporated into the diet of diabetic dogs and cats with healthy kidneys. Diabetic dogs and cats should eat more fowl than red meat. Gold Line Chicken Dinner and Beef Dinner offer dogs a balanced meal with no added carbohydrates. Similarly, Hand Packed Whole Mackerel with Gravy for cats is a delicious low - carb meal. The 8 Grain Free Game Meats and Hunk of Beef and Wild Salmon are nutrient-rich, tasty supplements or treats for diabetic dogs and cats. Please remember that diabetes is a serious medical condition that requires veterinary care. Pets being treated with insulin will require blood checks and possible insulin adjustment when changes are made to the diet.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Cat with food sensitivies loves this

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    I have a (mostly) siamese kitten who seems to be reacting to chicken (who knew?), fish and peas...and they are in everything! Thank goodness I found this, she loves it and I love the limited clean ingredients.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Works for our cat's special diet

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    The vet suggested a "unique protein" for our cat. We've also tried this brand in quail, but the cat seems to like the duck better. It looks better than most cat foods - like real food vs some sort of strange smelling stuff. There is a lot of gravy for cats who like gravy. The cans can sometimes be hard to open, so that is a downside. Otherwise we are happy to have this option. Our cat was vomiting often and now keeps her food down.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    No problem

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    I have found a food my 16 year old cat can eat without getting sick.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    high quality pâté

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    My cat finishes this duck dinner quickly. The ingredients are high quality and duck is a unique protein which adds valuable diversity to my cat's diet. However, this food is a pâté (paste) with no chunks of duck, which is why I am giving it four stars. I prefer my cat eat food with more texture so she can use her teeth to pull-apart the food forcing her to eat slower.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    2 of 3 cats LOOOOOVE it!

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    I first tried Evanger's rabbit/quail. The one cat who really needed to eat it loved it at first but then it was just kind of "meh." Ate it but not always all of it. Then, I tried the duck. She ravenously ate it the first time...and the second time...and the third time...etc. This cat has inflammatory bowl disease and needs more calories, so she needs to eat more during the day than she has in the recent past. She was already on grain-free, gluten-free dry and canned, then canned-only. The vet said she might be reacting to salmon/fish oil that was present in her food (thought salmon oil was a good thing!...but maybe not for her), so I had to research foods that didn't have any fish or fish I first tried Evanger's rabbit/quail. The one cat who really needed to eat it loved it at first but then it was just kind of "meh." Ate it but not always all of it. Then, I tried the duck. She ravenously ate it the first time...and the second time...and the third time...etc. This cat has inflammatory bowl disease and needs more calories, so she needs to eat more during the day than she has in the recent past. She was already on grain-free, gluten-free dry and canned, then canned-only. The vet said she might be reacting to salmon/fish oil that was present in her food (thought salmon oil was a good thing!...but maybe not for her), so I had to research foods that didn't have any fish or fish oil either. Fortunately, there are a lot of products out there now...and I think I've tried almost all of them! She is not usually very picky, but she has not liked all of them. I am so glad she will eat the Evanger's duck cat food reliably! I think it helps that it is very mushy...almost the consistency of Hill's prescription a/d Urgent Care. (The rabbit/quail pate was a lot more solid.) My second cat loves it as well. He eats a mix of (grain-free, etc.) canned and dry but mostly dry. My third cat turns her nose up at it...but to be fair, she pretty much does that to ALL canned food. When she does "eat" canned food, it consists of a couple licks, no more. She won't even lick the duck...but, again, this is pretty common for her. All that said, even though I usually love Chewy, they charge a lot for this product. I can get it at my local natural pet store for 20 cents LESS per can (up to 50 cents less if there's a coupon). That adds up! … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    My Cats LOVED it!

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    My cats LOVED this food. Even my picky eater, who only tolerates the Evanger's quail dinner, gobbled down this Duck variety. It's the best I've seen her eat in a long time. This one is definitely going on auto-ship.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Cats will not eat it.

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    Our cats refuse to eat this product, even after being fed nothing else for two days. We will not be buying it again.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    My cats like it.

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    My 5 cats eat this without a problem, but all 5 of my kitties have adapted to healthier canned food. They've been off the grains, potatoes and other not-so-healthy stuff for some time now. For the price, I'd be happier if there were no fruits and vegetables in it, but we have a cat with severe food allergies, so if he can eat it, it goes in the rotation. The consistency is runny, and I can see how that might be off-putting to some pet parents. My cats eat it, so it doesn't bother me. All in all, we're happy with it, and it will stay in the rotation.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    My picky kitty likes it.

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    I was hesitant to try this based on the existing reviews but my fur baby is allergic to seafood, beef, chicken, and turkey so her choices are very limited. I tried this because she is currently on Party Animal Duck and Evangers Quail (I'm waiting for the Evangers Pheasant to come back in stock to try that as well), but she does better with more variety. I gave this to her yesterday and she actually ate the whole can between breakfast and dinner, and she never does that. So far this is a winner for our household.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    They weren't impressed

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    Evangers Pheasant, Quail and Rabbit/Quail they gobble up but the Duck was a pass. Tried serving it several times thinking it might be the mood of the day. Served it one final time, and the verdict was a quick sniff and abandoned bowls.

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