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Moist & Meaty Chopped Burger Dry Dog Food

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6-oz pouch, case of 36
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  • 6-oz pouch, case of 36
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Description

Every day is an adventure just waiting to happen. Moist & Meaty Chopped Burger Dry Dog Food is made for adventure: mealtime adventure. It’s about freedom, variety and the kind of excitement that gives you the urge to chase a tail—even if you know you'll never actually catch it. So pop open an individual, no-mess pouch of Moist & Meaty, and go turn the day into a story.

Key Benefits
  • Made with real beef that's full of flavor
  • Tasty, tender, easy-to-chew pieces that is sure to serve up the smiles
  • 100% complete and balanced nutrition for adult dogs
  • Convenient no-mess pouches keep food fresh
  • Perfect as a meal, snack or topper

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  • Item Number
    100197
  • Weight
    13.5 pounds
  • Brand
    Purina
  • Breed Size
    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds
  • Food Form
    Dry Food
  • Lifestage
    Adult
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Beef By-Product, Soy Flour, Soy Grits, High Fructose, Corn Syrup, Water, Wheat Flour, Corn Syrup, Beef, Phosphoric Acid, Calcium Carbonate, Animal Fat Preserved with Mixed-Tocopherols, Salt, Sorbic Acid (a Preservative), Calcium Propionate (a Preservative), Soybean Oil, Dl-Methionine, Zinc Sulfate, Ferrous Sulfate, Ethoxyquin (a Preservative), Red 40, Manganese Sulfate, Vitamin E Supplement, Niacin, Vitamin A Supplement, Calcium Pantothenate, Thiamine, Mononitrate, Copper Sulfate, Riboflavin Supplement, Vitamin B-12 Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Folic Acid, Vitamin D-3 Supplement, Calcium Iodate, Biotin, Menadione Sodium Bisulfite Complex (Source of Vitamin K Activity), Sodium Selenite.

Caloric Content

2.759 kcal/kg, 469 kcal/pouch

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein18.0% min
Crude Fat7.0% min
Crude Fiber3.0% max
Moisture33.0% max
Feeding Instructions
WeightAdult Daily Feeding (Pouches)
3 - 12 lbs1/3 - 1
13 - 20 lbs1 - 1 1/2
21 - 35 lbs1 1/2 - 2
36 - 50 lbs2 - 2 2/3
51 - 75 lbs2 2/3 - 3 1/2
76 - 100 lbs3 1/2 - 4 1/4
Over 100 lbs4 1/4*

*Add 1/4 pouch for each 10 lbs of body weight over 100 lbs

Transition Instructions

When switching to Purina Moist & Meaty from another food, please allow 7 - 10 days for the transition. Gradually add more of Purina Moist & Meaty and less of the previous food to your pet's dish each day until changeover is complete. This gradual transition will help avoid dietary upsets.

FAQ

How do you ensure the quality of your dog and cat food?

We maintain a strict code of standards for buying, storing and processing ingredients used in our pet foods. These standards are among the strictest in the pet food industry.

Do you test your dog and cat food for aflatoxins?

Yes. We have a meticulous quality assurance program for every incoming load of dog and cat food ingredients. We have ingredient specialists at each of our North American Purina pet food manufacturing facilities who are trained to sample and analyze incoming grain. Our grain testing program helps ensure only high-quality grains are used in our products. This testing is part of our comprehensive food safety and HACCP programs We maintain a strict code of standards for buying, storing and processing ingredients used in Purina pet foods, including grains. Every supplier of ingredients for Purina pet food must meet stringent standards for ingredient specification, product safety, sanitation and good manufacturing practices. Our quality assurance standards are among the strictest in the pet food industry.

Where is your Dog and Cat food manufactured?

99% of Purina pet food products sold in the U.S. are manufactured in our own facilities in the U.S.

Why does your Dog and Cat food contain colors?

Although dogs and cats are unable to distinguish color, we know that most pet owners consider the product’s appearance when purchasing food for their pet. Artificial coloring is added to maintain a more desirable and consistent appearance. All colorings used in our pet foods are approved for use by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Where are your ingredients sourced from? Are they sourced from China?

The vast majority of ingredients used in Purina brand products are sourced from the United States. As with other food companies, we do source a limited amount of ingredients from China. These ingredients, which are primarily essential nutrients, such as taurine and B vitamins, are not commonly available in the USA or other countries in the quantities we need.

Why use corn in dog and cat food? Is corn a filler?

“Filler” may be defined as feed ingredients for pet food with little or no nutritional value. Every ingredient in our formulas has a valuable function and plays a part in providing an excellent source of nutrition to your pet. When properly cooked, corn provides a highly digestible source of carbohydrate, essential fatty acids and protein, and thus, is not considered filler. Corn also has among the highest level of natural antioxidants of any grains. Purina only uses the same grades of corn traditionally used in human food products.

Does your Dog and Cat food contain GMO grains?

It is likely that our pet food contains GMO grains because genetically modified grain and grain products constitute a significant portion of the supply of grain available throughout the U.S. for both human and pet foods. U.S. grain handling and distribution practices result in a co-mingling of supply, which results in a loss of identity preservation.The FDA recognizes the safety and equivalence of products derived from U.S.-approved varieties of genetically modified grain, so there is no reason to exclude it from the general supply. In addition, the FDA does not require products containing GMO grains to bear additional labeling.What is propylene glycol? Is it similar to antifreeze?Each product is formulated with the correct balance of ingredients, each with a specific purpose. We use propylene glycol to help keep semi-moist kibbles in Dog & Cat food soft and moist. Propylene glycol is quite different from ethylene glycol, the anti-freeze used in automobiles. Propylene glycol is approved as a food additive in human food and in feed for animals, except cats, in the U.S. and Canada. Ethylene glycol — not propylene glycol — is the active compound in most automobile radiator anti-freeze solutions, and is toxic to animals and humans when ingested. Propylene glycol has a different molecular structure, giving it different properties and allowing it to be used safely in animal feed, except for cats, as well as in human foods, such as cake mixes, salad dressings, soft drinks, popcorn, food coloring, fat-free ice cream and sour cream. Propylene glycol can be used as a non-toxic anti-freeze, just as salt can be used as an "anti-freeze." The differences in the molecular make-up of propylene glycol and ethylene glycol have significantly different impacts on health and safety for humans and pets. Propylene glycol is approved for use by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Why do you use by-products in Dog and Cat food?

By-products are defined as the co-product of a primary product and are usually portions of the animal not always consumed by people in the U.S. By-products are an excellent source of protein and other nutrients. By-products in pet foods that meet Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) guidelines come from clean animal parts other than meat, such as the liver, kidney and other organs. Purina purchases all by-products from USDA-inspected plants. They must meet stringent criteria for nutrient content, production and quality assurance.

Why do you use chicken by-product or poultry meal in Dog and Cat food?

Poultry meal (including chicken by-product meal) is a rich source of many of the nutrients your pet needs in a complete and balanced diet. Poultry by-products can provide a rich source of protein and healthy fats in addition to essential vitamins and minerals. In fact, poultry by-product meal can contain between 60% and 70% protein. The nutritious poultry by-products we use in our pet foods are high-quality ingredients.

What is animal digest?

Animal digest is often considered a substandard pet food ingredient. In some cases, this is because the word "digest" is mistakenly thought to describe the contents of the digestive tract. The word "digest" in "animal digest" refers to the digestive process used in production, not the ingredients.The process starts with animal protein such as muscle and soft tissue supplied by USDA-inspected facilities.These ingredients are processed in order to break them down, similar to the process of digestion in the body. The resulting digest is a liquid, but can also be made into a paste or powder.Animal digest is a high-quality ingredient that provides an excellent source of protein and enhances the palatability of Dog & Cat foods.

Why don’t you utilize a natural source of Vitamin K instead of menadione?

The basic story about the dangers of Menadione has emerged at various times during the past decades as something of an urban legend in the pet food industry and are not research-based. In fact, numerous research studies and nutritional textbooks have identified Menadione as a safe and effective means of providing the important nutrient Vitamin K to Dogs & Cats. Menadione has been commonly used in pet foods for approximately 25 years with no documented negative health effects. Menadione is a stable source of the essential nutrient vitamin K. Vitamin K provides the following nutritional benefits: it is required for the synthesis of a number of body proteins, most notably the proteins responsible for normal blood clotting.

The Name Says It All

Moist & Meaty makes it easy to go above and beyond for your furry pal. From the Purina brand that you love and trust, these tender and delectable bites come in easy-to-serve pouches, with a variety of savory flavors inspired by the people foods that your pet is always begging to taste.

The Name Says It All
A Meaty Meal That's Easy to Serve

A Meaty Meal That's Easy to Serve

Because your dog doesn't want to wait an extra second to chow down, each meal comes conveniently packaged in individual pouches. So when mealtime rolls around, all you have to do is tear it open and pour. No mess, no fuss—and it keeps every bite fresh, down to the last serving.

Made With Real Beef

Your carnivore craves and requires the nutrition of real meat, and that's why every flavor option is filled with tender pieces of beef. And with classic favorites that you might see on your own menu, he'll think he finally got you to cave.

Bacon & Eggs

Bacon & Eggs: Start the day off on a tasty note.

Chopped Burger

Chopped Burger: Like it just came straight off the grill.

Steak

Steak: A five-star experience for your four-pawed pal.

Burger With Cheddar Cheese

Burger With Cheddar Cheese: Made with cheese-flavored pieces you can see.

Top Off His Dish or Make It the Main Event

Top Off His Dish or Make It the Main Event

Lucky for your top dog, there's more than one way to enjoy Moist & Meaty. Perfect as a single-serve meal that provides complete and balanced nutrition, it can also be sprinkled over dry or wet food as a tasty topper—enticing even the most finicky dog to take a bite. Or, just give a few sprinkles here and there as snack, which might just motivate your dog to be on his best behavior.

About Moist & Meaty

Moist & Meaty is part of the Purina brand, which is guided by the belief that pets and people are better together. For over 80 years, they have been on a quest to drive pet nutrition forward, using high-quality ingredients paired with industry-leading research. The ultimate goal is to keep improving and doing more every year, and it's all for the well-being of pets.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Our big dog likes this mixed with ......

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    We wanted to get some softer food for our dog - as she likes it better than her hard food. We mix this into her hard food and she likes it, and thus , she generally eats almost all of her meals. We mix in this soft food not because she is an older dog and has teeth problems, but because - ok - she is a spoiled dog ( just a bit) . This product is a lot easier to use than our other solution which was to mix broth into her hard food. She can still ( occasionally) be too much of a princess (annoying) and pick through the food in her bowl and eat just the Moist and Meaty Burger product, leaving some of the hard food - like a kid that eats all of the marshmallows first, out of a bowl of Lucky We wanted to get some softer food for our dog - as she likes it better than her hard food. We mix this into her hard food and she likes it, and thus , she generally eats almost all of her meals. We mix in this soft food not because she is an older dog and has teeth problems, but because - ok - she is a spoiled dog ( just a bit) . This product is a lot easier to use than our other solution which was to mix broth into her hard food. She can still ( occasionally) be too much of a princess (annoying) and pick through the food in her bowl and eat just the Moist and Meaty Burger product, leaving some of the hard food - like a kid that eats all of the marshmallows first, out of a bowl of Lucky Charms cereal - leaving the hard cereal. So yes, our dog thinks this stuff is delicious. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    He Likes It!

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    My 14 year old labrador, who is still in remarkably good shape, decided he would no longer eat dry or canned dog food; people food, however, was perfectly acceptable. Since this stuff looks like burger, I gave it a try and he can't get enough of it. Problem solved!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    When It's Dinner Time For Ranger And Tillie

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    I have tried many dry dog food types and brands and my two adopted dogs and they would not eat any of it after the first or second bowl. So I have taken what they would not eat and given it to the animal rescue. My two were even hard to please with several name brands of canned dog food. They did settle on Alpo but there was a lot of that that they would only eat part of and then I would have to throw it away. Thank god I tried Moist and meaty. Never any waste, they eat it all. Its been a while now and they don't waste a morsel of it.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Did the formula change?

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    I think Purina has changed the formula. My dogs don't seem to eat this up the way they used to. It looks different too, like they've changed the dye! This isn't Chewy's fault. I looooove Chewy but I don't think I'll buy this product after I've used up what I've already purchased.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great for Older Dogs

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    I ordered this for my dad's dog. She's very old, and has trouble eating kibble, and won't eat canned food anymore because she got bored with it. So I thought I'd buy this and see if she would eat it while he was in the hospital for a week. She loves it, and has no problems chewing it.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Moist and Meaty dog food

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    I remember this as Mighty Dog in a round beef patty as a kid and my dogs loved them. I have a picky Jack Russell and he likes these, glad I got two different kinds for him and one pack is just enough for his meal.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Soft for elderly

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    This food works great for my Elderly Dog.I have tried many foods and this works the best . I have just rescued a Schnauzer 4 years old after its owner died and it prefers this food too . After it eats the other food I will buy only this kind .

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Picky dog loves it!

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    Getting my Yorkie Trixie to eat her dinner has been quite difficult of late. Before, I always had to bribe her with treats just to get her to come into the kitchen to sniff her bowl. But this product has changed all that. I just pour half a pouch into her bowl and with all the soft meat, Trixie actually comes!

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    Crazy pups

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    My dogs go nuts for these. I use it as a snack instead of a meal.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    2 fussy eaters

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    this is the first time I've tried this food on my two chihiuhuas. I've tried alot of premium brands spending alot of money hoping they would eat it most times I had to mix w canned. well this time they actually like this food no mixing canned in it. it's much easier to feed them without all the fuss. I will be buying the other flavors. Good choice to switch.

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