Evolve Deboned Grain-Free Duck, Sweet Potato & Venison Recipe Dry Dog FoodBy Evolve
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About This Item
- Advanced grain-free duck formula
- Slow baked, nutrient-rich ultra premium food
- Contains high quality proteins, complex carbohydrates, vegetables, minerals, vitamins, oil and fat
- No corn, wheat or soy and no artificial colors or flavors
- Made in the USA
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36 Customer Reviews
Great dog food
Great food choice for the picky eater Great Pyrenees that picks one kibble at a time to eat spits it out if it not quite right Finally finishing without the drama
All four of my dogs would not eat this dog food. Not even the one who would eat almost anything you put in front of her. I tried different ways to incorporate it with can food or people food and none of them would eat it. They reacted to it like it was sprayed with a chemical or like if it was moldy or such.
Dog food review.
I have a very fussy dog. She didn’t like this particular brand. It wasn’t what I expected since she loves duck flavors.
I have been using this food for 6 plus months and my dogs LOVE IT! I took in my neighbors dog when he moved and she was a malnourished Pitty. Within 3 months her skin and coat are beautiful and she has filled out in a perfect weight! My dachshund was picky and wouldn’t eat anything but loves this food!
My doggie likes it
I mix it in with Supreme Source and my chihuahua really seems to like it
Petey seemed to like it ok
Petey seemed to like it but didn't go for right away. He takes his time eating it so I think I'll try something else.
My girls really like it I was surprised. Not that they are finicky but some things they don't seem to like as much. They get 3 or 4 PC's and take them off and eat them I've at a time .
Toby Loves his Evolve
Toby is a 10 year old Border Collie and Katy who’s 8, Riley 8, all Border collies, oh forgot Booha an 4 yr old English fox hound mix are eating Evolve for 5 years. I was feeding a leading brand, but didn’t see the performance from Toby, a working dog + wasn’t happy with product recalls, so did some research and found out about Evolve. I usually alway added boiled chicken or roasted beef in their food for taste and extra protein, but on the occasion I’m in a hurry I give them just Evolve and they eat it with no additives. Toby except for some graying and injuries that he healed from fast he is really active and beautiful coat, bright eyes.
Grain-free kibble with duck
My dog—part pit, part hound—has had some skin issues since I got her from a rescue at 7 months of age. It seems to happen in the hot humid months, which is 3/4 of our year in Florida. A traveling vet recommended a duck-based, grain-free kibble for her and this brand/type seems to help with her skin and she eats it—both winning features!
My dogs hated it
It may just be my spoiled rotten dogs and their particular picky tastes but they absolutely refuse to eat this. Your dog might like it though.