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Zignature Lamb Limited Ingredient Formula Grain-Free Canned Dog Food, 13-oz, case of 12

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Fill your best friend’s bowl with wholesome nutrition when you feed them Zignature Lamb Limited Ingredient Formula Grain-Free Canned Dog Food. Your pup will enjoy a delicious dinner made with real, farm-raised lamb from New Zealand, wholesome peas, chickpeas, and carrots. This meat-first recipe offers pups the protein they need to thrive, while Zignature’s limited ingredient recipe throws out troublesome ingredients like chicken, corn, wheat, soy, and potatoes, creating peak hypoallergenic, low-glycemic nutrition. Combine that with key antioxidants, essential fatty acids, and a complete spectrum of vitamins and minerals for a well-rounded meal that goes beyond nature to become your pet’s signature food for life.

Key Benefits
  • This grain-free, limited ingredient formula is made with one protein source and only a handful of other ingredients, creating a clean recipe with ingredients you can count on.
  • Made with Lamb from the farmlands of New Zealand.
  • A staple source of complete protein, Lamb provides Vitamin B6, Pantothenic Acid, Phosphorus and Manganese, and is rich in Vitamin A and B12, Riboflavin, Niacin, Iron, Zinc, Copper, and Selenium.
  • Free of the most common potential canine allergens: corn, wheat, soy, dairy, and chicken, making this recipe ideal for pups with sensitivities and picky eaters.
  • Wholesome fruits and vegetables round out the recipe with powerful antioxidants, and fiber-rich, low-glycemic carbohydrates.

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  • Item Number
    80246
  • Packaging Type

    Can

  • Food Texture

    Pate

  • Breed Size

    All Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds

  • Food Form

    Wet Food

  • Lifestage

    All Stages, Adult

  • Made in

    United States

  • Special Diet

    No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Low Glycemic, Limited Ingredient Diet, Grain-Free, Gluten Free

Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Lamb, Lamb Broth, Lamb Liver, Peas, Carrots, Chickpeas, Lamb Meal, Calcium Carbonate, Agar-Agar, Calcium Carbonate, Choline Chloride, Salt, Suncured Alfalfa Meal, Potassium Chloride, Dicalcium Phosphate, Cranberries, Blueberries, Minerals (Zinc Proteinate, Iron Proteinate, Copper Proteinate, Manganese Proteinate, Sodium Selenite, Calcium Iodate), Vitamins (Vitamin E Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Niacin Supplement, Calcium Pantothenate, Biotin, Vitamin A Supplement, Riboflavin Supplement, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid).

Caloric Content

417 kcal/can

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 9.5% min
Crude Fat 5.5% min
Crude Fiber 1.2% max
Moisture 78.0% max
Feeding Instructions
Weight Daily Feeding (Cans) Combination Daily Feeding (Cans + )
10 lbs or less 1/4 - 3/4 1/2 + 1/4
Toy - 18 lbs 3/4 - 1 1/4 1/2 + 3/4
Small - 25 lbs 1 1/4 - 1 3/4 1 + 1 1/2
Medium - 50 lbs 1 3/4 - 2 3/4 1 + 2
Large - 80 lbs 2 3/4 - 4 1 + 2 1/3
Giant - 100 lbs 4 - 4 1/2 1 + 2 3/4
Transition Instructions

A gradual transition to Zignature for up to 2 weeks is recommended

About Zignature Dog Food

Learning From Nature

Learning From Nature

Zignature took all of nature's best ingredients and added key nutrients to create a dog food with complete nutrition. In these Physiologically Tuned formulas, meat always comes first, and they've eliminated common allergy-inducing proteins and fillers that are hard to digest. These grain- and gluten-free recipes feature premium proteins, low glycemic carb sources and a limited number of ingredients. It's exactly what your pup should be eating—nothing more, and nothing less.

Meat-First Philosophy

The first ingredient in any list is the most important, because it tells you what the majority of the food is made of. Some commercial pet foods take the easy way out with high-starch carbs near the top of the list. In each of Zignature's dry foods, meat not only comes first, but also second. A quality animal protein source starts off the recipe, followed by a meat or fish meal for an extra helping of the amino acids your pet needs and the flavor he craves.

Recipe for a Happy Tummy

Recipe for a Happy Tummy

All of Zignature's formulas are free of the most common canine allergen—chicken. And that includes chicken eggs, meal and by-products. As hypoallergenic foods, both wet and dry formulas also avoid the usual sources of stomach upset, including gluten, grains, corn, wheat, soy and dairy. Zignature never uses binding agents that are full of simple carbs and starches; instead, these recipes have low glycemic legumes that deliver extra protein and fiber.

Simple Is Best

Zignature isn't just the diet nature intended—it's even better. They've improved on nature's recipe to give your pup the right amount of each nutrient, and they've done it with the fewest possible ingredients. Just like meals in the wild, these recipes are limited in content for easy digestion and less chance of food sensitivities. These limited ingredient diets have single protein sources, so they're easy to rotate to give your dog a taste of something new.

Simple Is Best
Only the Best Ingredients

Only the Best Ingredients

To create these nourishing dishes, Zignature gathered the best possible ingredients from trusted sources around the world. Trout, salmon and whitefish all come from the Pacific waters of the Northwest; turkey is raised in the Midwest; duck comes from farms in Western France; kangaroo is brought over from Australia; and venison and lamb are delivered from New Zealand farmlands. Healthy fruits and veggies are harvested from several North American farms based on the season.

Ingredients

Zignature makes nutritious formulas with no artificial flavors, preservatives or colors.

CHICKPEAS: Low-glycemic legumes that promote stable blood sugar and provide an excellent source of dietary fiber, extra protein and copper.

FLAXSEED: Derived from whole, ground seeds of the Flax plant for an outstanding offering of omega-3 fatty acids for coat health, plus soluble fiber for digestion.

ALFALFA MEAL: A natural grass that's rich in vitamins A and C, niacin and calcium, and it also makes a great source of protein and fiber.

SUNFLOWER OIL: Pressed from sunflower oil, it supplies the omega-6 essential fatty acids that your pet needs to maintain skin and coat health.

Pick Your Pup's New Zignature Meal

Fish Crude Protein (Dry)

Poultry Crude Protein (Dry)

Meat Crude Protein (Dry)

Zssential Multiple
Crude Protein (Dry)

Trout & Salmon: 30% Turkey: 27% Lamb: 28% Turkey,
Salmon, Lamb
and Duck: 32%
Salmon: 29% Duck: 31% Kangaroo: 26%  
Whitefish: 29%   Venison: 27%
(dry only)
 

About Zignature

Zignature pet food takes its cue from nature, and then fills in the nutritional gaps for meals that are Physiologically Tuned to help your pup thrive. It's made in kitchens in Minnesota and South Dakota with the help of nutritionists and food scientists to ensure complete and balanced nutrition. Ingredients are responsibly sourced and selected not just for their health benefits and nutritional value, but also because they have the smallest environmental impact. All of this adds up to formulas that are great for dogs and good for the planet, too.

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  • Did not work for my 2 dogs

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    This may be a good food that just didn't do well for my dogs. My 1 yr old chi-mix flat out refuses the Zignature lamb kibble or canned. He has hardly eaten in 5 days and I caved and ordered his favorite Nutro GF Chicken, Lentil and Sweet Potato. My 9 yr old GSD-husky mix has allergies which have resulted in yeast infections on most of her back, thickened, dark, oily skin and baldness at the affected areas. The only thing that stopped her gnawing and scratching on herself was the Zignature Kangaroo kibble along with the Turkey canned. Since I switched her over to the lamb, thinking I'd save some money, her yeast problems and allergies have come crashing back, only now they include her gnawing This may be a good food that just didn't do well for my dogs. My 1 yr old chi-mix flat out refuses the Zignature lamb kibble or canned. He has hardly eaten in 5 days and I caved and ordered his favorite Nutro GF Chicken, Lentil and Sweet Potato. My 9 yr old GSD-husky mix has allergies which have resulted in yeast infections on most of her back, thickened, dark, oily skin and baldness at the affected areas. The only thing that stopped her gnawing and scratching on herself was the Zignature Kangaroo kibble along with the Turkey canned. Since I switched her over to the lamb, thinking I'd save some money, her yeast problems and allergies have come crashing back, only now they include her gnawing her feet, as well. Back we go to the Zignature Kangaroo for her. Oh well. I wasted almost $100 to find this out. … more

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  • Best food for dogs with sensitivities and allergies

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    I have an English Bulldog and as everyone knows the rumors about the amount of stomach issues and allergies this breed has is no joke. I tried so many different brands before Zignature and after a month skin rashes and diarrhea and foul ears plagued my pupper. I tried Zignature and couldn't be more pleased. He has had no issue and has been eating this for bout 6mths. I am very very happy.

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  • Zignature canned

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    Love this food for my senior girl, has everything she needs without the additives of alot of other foods

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  • My picky eater Vizsla LOOOOVES this!

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    I was hesitant to try out this formula because my V is so freaking picky. We'd been doing the Prime dehydrated lamb, but it's ridiculously expensive and I was looking for a good quality - slightly less expensive alternative. So thrilled with Zignature. My sweet girl really, really loves her mealtime now.

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  • Ok but to dry for our toothless

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    Ok but even with water added it still gave him a problem. A rescue dog, they beat him . He has a very nervous stomach. Hope it works for someone else. I thought it was going great for a few days..

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  • Zignature lamb lid

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    Two of my Dog’s like it, one don’t really seem too. Over all the ingredients are great so I’m hoping it works out as a topper for the zignature turkey lid dry kibble I feed them.

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  • I like it, Ruth loves it.

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    Real food, good food, real good food. I've got six dogs on three different proteins all zignature. Everyone is healthier and happier since I made the switch over a year ago.

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  • Just Alright

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    My poor Morgan. He has a real problem finding food. The last food that Chewy recommended was great! But then the brand changed it's formula, and Morgan's tummy got upset. So tried this. A little better on his tummy, but not great. I think with the fruits it has too much sugar for him, plus Morgan is not wild about the taste. He'll eat it, but slowly. Trying high protein next month.

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  • Signature lamb

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    Very good...my dogs have sensitive tummys and have no problem with this food.

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  • Dog loves it

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    Trying determine in last 5-6 months what is aggravating our 13 yr old mixed breed shelter dog (she's been w/ us since she was 5 mos old) and she's never had much in way of health issues until last November. Something is causing her itching & not thrilled to try anti itch prescription med as this doesn't treat the cause! Trying sort out possible food allergies. So therefore we're trying a grain free diet & veterinarian also mentioned that occas some dogs have issues with protein including chicken, etc. Trying this canned food that we mix with dry (also signature) she gobbles the canned food right up..love it

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