Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets EN Gastroenteric Low Fat Wet Dog Food, 13.4-oz, case of 12

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About This Item

  • Great-tasting easy-to-digest low-fat wet food for dogs.
  • Developed to help nourish a healthy gastrointestinal tract.
  • Crafted in collaboration with nutritionists, researchers and veterinarians.
  • Features high-quality ingredients including prebiotic fiber and healthy antioxidants.
  • Specially formulated to be low in fat for dogs who have trouble digesting fatty foods.
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About Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diet Gastroenteric

Advanced GI Support

Dogs with GI conditions can often benefit from specialized nutrition. That’s why Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets developed a wide range of formulas with targeted nutrition, so your vet can recommend a food that meets your dog’s specific needs. Each formula features a precise formulation for dogs with specific issues like GI upset, food sensitivities and more, and all are made to support overall gut health.

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Top IngredientsWater, Meat By-products, Rice...Meat By-Products, Water Sufficient For Processing, Barley...Water Sufficient For Processing, Meat By-Products, Rice...Chicken, Water Sufficient for Processing, Liver...Chicken, Water Sufficient for Processing, Rice...
Breed SizeSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds...Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds...Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds...Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds...Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds...
Special DietPea-Free, Veterinary Diet, Sensitive Digestion, Low Fat, With GrainPea-Free, Veterinary Diet, Sensitive Digestion, With GrainLow-Protein, Pea-Free, Veterinary Diet, With GrainPea-Free, Veterinary Diet, Sensitive Digestion, Natural, With GrainPea-Free, Veterinary Diet, With Grain
Food FlavorTurkey, PoultryChicken, PoultryBeef, MeatChicken, PoultryChicken, Poultry
Health FeatureDigestive Health, Weight ManagementDigestive HealthKidney CareDigestive HealthUrinary Tract Health

Questions & Answers

11 Customer Questions


How much do I feed my 34 lb low active English Bulldog?
Answer by ChewyDec 07, 2018
Please refer to the attached feeding chart. These are general guidelines which may be adjusted for the individual pets needs.

Is there chicken in this product? Chicken fat and chicken liver flavor is fine as they don't trigger allergies/sensitivities.
Answer by ChewyJun 14, 2019
This formula does not contain chicken. The liver is derived from Turkey in this recipe and the Meal is derived form beef. For a complete list of ingredients, click the “Nutritional Info” tab, next to the “Description” tab, just under the product photos.

My senior German Shepard has pancreatitis. What is the fat content of this wet food?
Answer by ChewySep 24, 2020
There formula contains 1.35% - 4.0% fat. Due to your pet's pre-existing health condition, we recommend consulting with your veterinarian to see if this is a viable option for them.

Where is this food processed and manufactured?
Answer by ChewyAug 19, 2020
This food is made in the USA.


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126 Customer Reviews



Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By JAR1 on Nov 30, 2022

"Loaf"/"Thin-Slice" Concern

I opened a can of EN this morning and found a "form" of dog food unlike what I've used for years. Ordinarily, I find a "loaf" of dog food; today I found "thin-sliced" nuggets and gravy. The can came from a 12-can carton from which I've already taken cans of "loaf". The labels on previous cans and the can I opened this morning are identical. I called "Chewy" and learned that only the "loaf" form of this food is made by Purina. I'm concerned the can I opened may be mis-labled. At this point, I have no way of knowing which unopened cans are "loaf" or "thin-sliced"; consequently, returning the cans I have would not solve the problem. I left a message on a recorded line with Purina and and emailed them as well--asking if the formula for both forms of food is the same. Haven't received a response yet. My aged dog has Cushings Disease and needs to eat the proper food for her condition. My review is in no way a criticism of the product. I'm writing to alert Purina and Chewy and any person who uses this food about my concern. Hoping to get an answer soon!


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Marlow on Dec 1, 2022

Expensive, but it has worked well.

We use both the canned and the dry version of this product to manage our dogs pancreatitis. My primary issues is the changed the canned food from ground to chunks with letting consumers know. Well, at least Chewy did not. To Chewy: when you have a customer on Auto Ship and you material change the attributes of the product, you should notify them.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Furbabiesmom on Oct 11, 2022

Bloat city

Pro Plan has been my food of choice for my little guy all his life so when he started having gastro issues, he's 13 1/2 years old, this one was my choice. Introduced slowly and by day 2 of just this food he was bloated and very uncomfortable. I even cut back the amount they recommended and he was still groaning after eating. They put brown rice in this and it has a solid texture. I have switched him to a different brand that costs a lot more but the ingredients are do much better. My vet supports the new brand 100%. I'm sure Pro Plan is fine for some dogs but not my little guy. I donated it to my vet to help others who can use it.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By DogMom7 on Nov 19, 2022

Beware! Received spoiled food.

I got a case of gross contaminated food in Rusted cans, chewy offered to replace the cans but it seems Purina has major quality control problems


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Bunny on Nov 12, 2022

Good Low Fat dog food

My male Boston Terrier hias a problem with Colitis and Pancreatitis. When I needed to switch him to low fat dog food, he immediately accepted this food. That was amazing because he can be pretty picky about food.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By sheltie on Nov 17, 2022

picky Sheltie

My vet put the world's pickiest Sheltie on this food, and she actually eats it and is putting on weight. Also has a lot more pep, life, and energy.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Nancy on Nov 18, 2022

So far so good

So far Sophie seems to love the food. She usually will eat anything but we had a slow start since she was sick. Now she gobbles it up


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Applesmommy4stars on Sep 3, 2022

Icky yucky

Why is this "natural" brand food's 2nd ingredient a meat by-product? When moving from the regular to the low fat versions of this brand, they totally jumped the shark. The fat content only went down 1%, but apparently they felt the need to compensate that by mirroring ingredients of common drug store kibble. SMH


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Charlieman on Sep 23, 2022

Hotdoggity!

Just what the doctor ordered. Our little Cavalier had an acute digestive issue, although eating a quality diet. The EN low-fat appears to be the cure and he loves it.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By MaggieMae on Nov 22, 2022

She likes it.

Haven't been on this diet very long. Will know more after a longer period of time.