Go! SENSITIVITIES Limited Ingredient Venison Grain-Free Dry Dog Food

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About This Item

  • Specially formulated with only 1 premium-quality animal protein and as few additional ingredients as paws-ible to help support dogs with food allergies and sensitivities.
  • Complete and balanced for dogs of all ages, this recipe uses as few ingredients as paws-ible to limit your pet’s exposure to food he might be allergic or sensitive to. This recipe is made without added grains, gluten, chicken, potato, wheat, corn or soy.
  • Deboned venison is the #1 ingredient and fiber from the dried chicory root supports sensitive stomachs. This recipe is made without by-product meals or artificial preservatives.
  • Formulated with ASC + MSC certified marine microalgae oil, which is a natural, sustainable and rich in omega-3 fatty acids to support skin and coat health and brain development.
  • Crafted by a team of pet nutritionists to provide solutions for your pet’s unique dietary needs and taste preferences.
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Questions & Answers

8 Customer Questions


What is the calcium & phosphate content in the Venison recipe? Thank you!
Answer by ChewyNov 20, 2018
This formula contains a Calcium content of 1.1% and a Phosphorous content of 0.8%.

what is the carbohydrate amount in this food please? ty
Answer by ChewyJan 06, 2022
This food has a carbohydrate content of 43% as fed, 46% on a dry matter basis.

My 12 year old Wire Fox Terrier has high blood pressure so should not have salt. Can you find out the percentage of sodium is in this food? I see it has sodium chloride. I need a kibble with no alfalfa and no salt.
Answer by ChewyJun 11, 2021
This formula has a sodium content of 0.43% as fed basis, 0.47% dry matter analysis, or 1.07 grams per 1000 k/cal.

The front of the bag says it has potatoes, but ingredient list doesn't indicate what kind of potatoes. My dog is allergic to sweet potatoes this food would be good for him other than the mystery potatoes. Are there potatoes and if so, what type?
Answer by ChewySep 17, 2019
This food does not contain any Potatoes, Wheat, Corn, or Soy.


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31 Customer Reviews



Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By GSD24 on May 7, 2022
Top 1000 Contibutor

Seemed good to me

The food looked good, he ate it but for some reason whenever I feed him a feed with chickpeas in it he sheds horrible and his coat gets dry and nasty. I realize this now because the same thing happens to him on Zignature feeds, no matter the protein. Otherwise the food seemed good. I just have a sensitive dog.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Love on Dec 16, 2021

This food is great

Changed my pit and shihtzu to this food over 2mnths ago and it makes their skin beautiful and they just love it


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By PatB on Apr 29, 2021

great food

I bought this food for a white collie that had allergies to blue berries, cranberries, chicken, etc. It worked very well, now I have my other collie on this food as well, and sometimes give it to the five month old puppy who also likes it. Great food, plain and simple, but nutritious. A little pricey, but then so are allergy meds and vet visits!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By LuvMyToyFoxTerriers on Feb 6, 2020

THIS is it! Sensitive dogs beg your parents to feed you GO! LI Venison.

I have two toy fox terriers and the older one has had stomach and various sensitivities since day one. I cooked homemade food for him for years, periodically trying to put him on a food that would be more convenient and have all the nutrients he needed. Countless vet trips; every time he would start vomiting and become dehydrated. About a year ago I contacted Petcurean asking for a recommendation from their line of foods for my dog with sensitivities. They consulted with their experts and recommended the GO! Duck. Didn't work, but I was very impressed with this line of food, so I called them back. GO! LI Venison was their next recommendation. Now both my dogs are eating this and doing great on it. I trust this company and highly recommend their food line.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Remi on Jan 22, 2019

Heaven Sent

I have a Olde English Bulldogge who has the worst skin allergies . I had her on Go Sensitivity Lamb and for a while she looked good but she started having anal gland issues and here came the Hives again so I figured I would switch and put her on a cheaper brand food which was Rachel Rays dog food called Peak just to see if there was a difference, first month was good second month she was a train wreck . The food was good quality but my dog is a diva and requires ALOT of special care to keep her skin looking good so I sucked it up and switched her back to Go but chose the Venison this time which has a little higher fiber and I will keep her on this forever . In just 2 weeks her skin looks amazing and she has stopped her excessive shedding and she no longer even smells like a dog and her hives are almost all gone . Yes its costly but in the long run its so worth it .


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Yaya on Jan 18, 2019

Dog did not take to this food.

Our dog didn’t like this food and didn’t eat it very willingly. I will have to try another type of food. I was hoping this would work due to nutritional value. I had to add things to it to get him to eat it. I’ll try another road to his pickiness.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Jmar on Nov 15, 2018

Quality but not palatability

I am sure this food is a great food, being that I respect the company’s products. However, the kibble was pale in color - compared to Acana limited Duck and Orijen Puppy. My dog was eating it when I was blending in his old food, but now he does not eat it by itself. Disappointed. Considering trying the Go!Sensitive Duck, but have to get through this large bag that I’m having to blend with other foods in order to get my pup to eat. Too expensive to waste.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By JEFO on May 9, 2018

go! venison saves the day!

Thank goodness I found this food! The venison/Venison meal food my Basset mix was eating was suddenly discontinued, and we have been to the moon and back looking for alternatives for him. After trying over 10 bags of dog food, go! venison arrived today. Not expecting much, I opened the box, ripped open the bag, and put a cup in his bowl.He anxiously smelled it and started EATING!!!!! I was thrilled! Go! has all the ingredients I was looking for. It has one protein and is gentle on the stomach, which is a necessity. It has a venison as the first ingredient which is a must, and is very difficult to find right now. Like some others said, it is a bit pricy, but when your dog won't eat for a week, except for some chicken here and there, and you find a miracle food, you'll pay anything for your best pal!! Thank you so much Petcurean's go! You've got another full-time customer!!!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Gsdtummy on Feb 2, 2018

LID good food

Go! Is a bit more expensive but for my dog’s easily upset tummy, go! is perfect at any price. My gsd had many stomach problems when we adopted her. Through the help of the vet, we used food only available through the vet’s office and eventually discovered that venison was the protein source for this dog. I found go! and weaned her onto it slowly and she hasn’t had any issues digestively since!


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By TL88 on Jan 6, 2018

I had higher expectations

I had really high hopes for this food. My dog suffers from many allergies and the doctor suggested I put her on “exotic” meat. While the ingredients seem really good my dog is extremely indifferent towards this food. Sometimes I have to put some oil or something that would make her want to eat, otherwise she wouldn’t even eat half of it and leave to come back later when she s really hungry.... for this price I had higher expectations and hopes... I will be switching her to vegan food and see how that goes