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Go! Sensitivity + Shine Limited Ingredient Diet Duck Recipe Grain-Free Dry Cat Food

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Feed your sensitive kitty the targeted nutrition he needs with the Go! Sensitivity + Shine Limited Ingredient Diet Duck Recipe Grain-Free Dry Cat Food. Made with duck as the first ingredient and only poultry protein source, along with eggs plus a wholesome blend of fruits and veggies, it packs protein-rich nourishment in every crunchy bite. The formula is nutritionist-recommended to give allergy-prone cats the nutrients they need to stay strong and healthy without any allergens or irritants. That’s why it’s loaded with antioxidants to support immunity, omegas for a healthy skin and coat, plus vitamins, minerals and taurine, and contains zero by-products, hormones, beef, wheat, corn or soy.

Key Benefits
  • Single poultry protein formula addresses food sensitivities with protein-rich duck as the first ingredient.
  • Carefully prepared with a limited number of ingredients to help minimize allergies, sensitivities and food intolerances.
  • Formulated by PhD pet nutritionists to provide a complete and balanced diet for allergy-prone cats, enhanced with vitamins, minerals and taurine.
  • Packed with antioxidants for immune health and omega-3 fatty acids to support a healthy and lustrous skin and coat.
  • Zero grains, gluten, beef, wheat, corn, soy, by-product meals, added growth hormones or artificial preservatives.

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  • Item Number
    90748
  • Weight
    4.0 pounds
  • Brand

    Petcurean

  • Food Form

    Dry Food

  • Lifestage

    Adult, All Stages

  • Made in

    Canada

  • Special Diet

    Sensitive Digestion, High-Protein, Limited Ingredient Diet, Grain-Free, Gluten Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy

Nutritional Info
Ingredients

De-Boned Duck, Duck Meal, Whole Dried Egg, Peas, Pea Flour, Tapioca, Lentils, Chickpeas, Chicken Fat (Preserved with Mixed Tocopherols), Flaxseed, Natural Flavour, Sodium Chloride, Choline Chloride, Calcium Carbonate, Dried Chicory Root, Phosphoric Acid, Potassium Chloride, Vitamins (Vitamin A Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Vitamin E Supplement, Niacin, Inositol, L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate (a Source of Vitamin C), Thiamine Mononitrate, D-Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Beta-Carotene, Folic Acid, Biotin, Vitamin B12 Supplement), Minerals (Zinc Proteinate, Iron Proteinate, Copper Proteinate, Zinc Oxide, Manganese Proteinate, Copper Sulphate, Calcium Iodate, Ferrous Sulphate, Manganous Oxide, Sodium Selenite), Dried Lactobacillus Acidophilus Fermentation Product, Dried Enterococcus Faecium Fermentation Product, Taurine, Dried Rosemary.

Caloric Content

4,222 kcal/kg, 464 kcal/cup

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 31.0% min
Crude Fat 15.0% min
Crude Fiber 3.5% max
Moisture 10.0% max
Ash 7.5% max
Magnesium 0.1% max
Omega-6 2.5% min
Omega-3 0.5% min
Total Microorganisms 90,000,000 CFU/lb
Feeding Instructions
Weight Less Active (cup) Active (cup) Kitten (cup)

|1 - 2 lbs|-|-|1/8 - 1/6| |2 - 5 lbs|1/8 - 1/6|1/6 - 1/4|1/6 - 1/4| |5 - 7 lbs|1/6 - 1/4|1/4 - 3/8|1/4 - 3/8| |7 - 10 lbs|1/4 - 1/3|3/8 - 1/2|3/8 - 1/2| |10 - 13 lbs|1/3 - 1/2|1/2 - 3/4|1/2 - 3/4| |13 - 16 lbs|1/2 - 3/4|3/4 - 1|-|

The amount of food your cat needs will vary depending on breed, activity level, age and climate. Feed Adult cats twice a day and kittens more often. Provide fresh, clean water at all times. Love, attention, playtime and chin scratches should be given freely, as often as possible.

Transition Instructions

It’s important to slowly transition your pet to a new food so their system has a chance to adapt to the change. The transition period should be at minimum, 10 days and could take upwards of 2 weeks, depending on your pet’s sensitivity to change.

  • Day 1 & 2: Feed 80% of your pet’s old food with 20% of the new food
  • Day 3 & 4: Feed 60% of your pet’s old food with 40% of the new food
  • Day 5 & 6: Feed 40% of your pet’s old food with 60% of the new food
  • Day 7, 8 & 9: Feed 20% of your pet’s old food with 80% of the new food
  • Day 10 & Forever: Feed 100% new food
FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Are the ingredients used in this product “human-grade”?

All of our fresh meat and meat meal ingredients are sourced from animals passed fit for human consumption by the CFIA. The fruits and vegetables used in our recipes also come from the human food chain. We do not, however, claim that our ingredients are “human-grade”; once an individual ingredient leaves a “human-grade” processing facility and enters a “pet food” processor, the ingredient loses its “human-grade” classification.

Where is this product made?

Go! dry pet foods are produced in Ontario, Canada. We are 100% China free for processing and ingredient sourcing. None of our meat proteins, grains, cereals, fruits and vegetables in any of our recipes are processed in China, and none of our ingredients are sourced in China.

Is your food baked or extruded?

Our goal is to maintain the nutritional integrity of the ingredients we use in our recipes and so we extrude our foods at temperatures which are lower than typical baking. The end result; a nutrient-rich, highly digestible product for pets.

Sometimes the color and shape of the kibbles can vary. Why?

At Petcurean, we formulate our recipes using real food ingredients, and like real food that Mother Nature provides, the color and texture of the ingredients going into our recipes varies. For example; Meat supply will vary between different suppliers and batches (e.g. dark meat vs. white meat). Also, diets with a higher meat content are denser and sometimes more difficult to extrude (versus cereal or grains) which leads to variance in the kibble shape. Oils, as they are applied, either outside of or inside the kibble, can affect the color and the density (size) of the kibble. Oils also play a significant role in the palatability of the food. Finally, Petcurean does not use any artificial colors, flavors or preservatives, which also contributes to variances of the color and texture.

What is the shelf life of Go! dry cat food?

Our dry foods have a shelf life of 16 months.

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  • A lifesaver of a food

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    I cannot overstate how happy we are to have found this food. One of our cats had been unable to keep any food down. The vets diagnosed her with irritable bowel disease, then said perhaps a food allergy as well. For WEEKS the only thing she could eat and keep down was baked chicken, and even then she would not eat much before she would just walk away. We tried many "sensitive formula" brands in dry, wet, and raw formats- you name it, we tried it; but to our disappointment, she couldn't keep them down. We were watching her wither away. We came across this food by complete accident and decided it was worth a shot. Well, she's held it down for over a week and is actually gaining weight! What's I cannot overstate how happy we are to have found this food. One of our cats had been unable to keep any food down. The vets diagnosed her with irritable bowel disease, then said perhaps a food allergy as well. For WEEKS the only thing she could eat and keep down was baked chicken, and even then she would not eat much before she would just walk away. We tried many "sensitive formula" brands in dry, wet, and raw formats- you name it, we tried it; but to our disappointment, she couldn't keep them down. We were watching her wither away. We came across this food by complete accident and decided it was worth a shot. Well, she's held it down for over a week and is actually gaining weight! What's more, her appetite is back as well! I cannot recommend this food enough. … more

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  • Great product but...

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    I so wanted my cats to love this food. I read all of the reviews and the ingredients and though I could not go wrong. Well unfortunately I was wrong. My cats would not even think about touching this food. So disappointed. I think it would be great product if my cats would eat it

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  • Great food!

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    So glad I took a chance on this food. My cat has battled diarrhea and vomiting for years and since she’s been eating this food along with the vet source probiotics treats, she’s made a total turnaround! Real log type poop! She’s so much happier and playful now and the vomiting has gotten better.

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  • Less expensive option for cat with IBD

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    My 4-year-old cat was diagnosed with Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and the vet put him on Hill's d/d dry food. My cat LOVED it, but at over $60 for an 8 lb. bag, I needed to find something different that wouldn't drain my wallet (as much.) I found this food, and asked my vet about it since the ingredients are very similar to the d/d. Got the ok from the vet, and started mixing this food in when I got low on the d/d. Kitty seems just as excited for this food as he was for the d/d and it's about half the cost! So far, so good!

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  • Finally! A food for all!

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    Three cats-1 6 year old with health issues and 2 8 month old kittens all eagerly eat this! I feed canned food 2x a day and like to leave dry out to snack on. I've tried multiple foods and this is the only one they all not only eat but also enjoy. The kittens were on purina kitten when I adopted them from the shelter and I wanted to switch them to a grain free food or at least a higher quality food. I tried Merrick raw infused(only ate the raw bits), Wellness complete health(1 of 3 would nibble a few), Wholehearted(nothing) and others from local stores. I was getting pretty frustrated and then when I read the reveiws about Go! I decided to try it. It's expensive but all 3 absolutely love it.

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  • Love different brands/kinds

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    I mix it up for my kitties with their LID and I change the flavor between three different kinds of LID whenever it empties. This is one of their staples and they like it.

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  • My cats love it!

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    The customer service representative at Chewy.com told me that this is made out of Canada, which by the way, they have a higher standard of animal food than the United States, so I thought I would try it. My cats love it. They are happy, I am happy. It's high-quality product, well worth the money.

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  • Best food for my cat with IBS and food sensitivities

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    Our 12-yr-old cat has IBS and food sensitivities. I've tried several foods over the years (she gets canned food twice daily with kibble for in-between eating) and this is hands-down the best. She loves it, too. It has made a huge difference in her health. Even premium foods, like Pure Vita, would pass through her system undigested. This food is great for her system and she is able to digest it properly -- which results in a happier, more energetic cat! I was amazed that, only two days after switching to this food, she was zipping around the house again, playing. She hadn't done that in a couple of years. She's been on this food for two months now and she has put on a pound (she was slightly underweight Our 12-yr-old cat has IBS and food sensitivities. I've tried several foods over the years (she gets canned food twice daily with kibble for in-between eating) and this is hands-down the best. She loves it, too. It has made a huge difference in her health. Even premium foods, like Pure Vita, would pass through her system undigested. This food is great for her system and she is able to digest it properly -- which results in a happier, more energetic cat! I was amazed that, only two days after switching to this food, she was zipping around the house again, playing. She hadn't done that in a couple of years. She's been on this food for two months now and she has put on a pound (she was slightly underweight before) and is obviously much healthier and happier. … more

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  • Great for sensitive cats

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    Our kitty could not keep food in - until we tried Go! She would eat and run right to the box. She keeps this in and is doing better now. The best Limited Ingredient was Evo duck canned food but unfortunately that is no longer being made.

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  • My cats love it

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    I bought this to hopefully help my 5 yr old Maine Coon to gain back his thick coat. We were feeding him Blue Buffalo limited ingredient but it seems for the two years he has eaten it, it has caused thinning fur and he has chin sores. IDK if i will be able to update this post later to let you know. But so far so good.

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