PetGuard Canned Cat Food Fish Chicken and Liver Dinner 13.2 oz
PetGuard Fish, Chicken & Liver Dinner Cat Food 13.2 oz Cans - Pack of 12
PetGuard's Fish, Chicken & Liver Dinner is a canned cat food that features a balanced diet for cats in all life stages. This natural canned food features added vitamins and minerals, and is free of meat by-products, corn, soy, wheat, gluten, artificial preservatives, flavoring and colors, sugars and sweeteners.
Now featuring organic beef jerky and chicken jerky treats for dogs, PetGuard uses 100% organic ingredients in its USDA-certified pet food. Family owned and operated since 1979, PetGuard offers dry and canned food for both cats and dogs that is suitable for all life stages. Special offerings include an organic vegan canine formula, cat treats and organically grown catnip.
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I have been feeding my cats PetGuard Premium Feast for about six months and they loved it. Unfortunately, they love it too much. They appear to be ravenously hungry at all hours of the day and night. One of my cats is skin and bones and is constantly begging for food. Has anyone had this experience with PetGuard? I'm beginning to wonder what might be in there that is causing this effect. They are now up to 1/2 of a 14 oz. can (the big ones) each twice a day and they are still starving. Is this normal?PetGuard Chicken and Beef Dinner CannedCatFood is specifically formulated and correctly balanced with the proper amount of protein, fat, carbohydrates, vitamins and chelated minerals, avoiding excess sodium, magnesium and other nutrients that may harm your cat! This all natural catfood is made…I have been feeding the different varieties of PetGuard canned for years now. Always a favorite of the dogs (and cat) and they always do so well with it in their diet. They get about ⅓ of their diet canned and the rest as a dry food. Very happy with these.We have an older cat with a few health issues (he's hyperthyroid). One thing the experts feel may be causing hyperthyroidism in cats is fish because of all the pollutants in our waters. But my cat only liked the fish based cat foods from PetGuard, until I tried this one. He loves it and I really prefer the smell of this one to the fish based ones. It actually smells really good, like beef stew or a roast... Our younger, very active cat also loves it. I trust the PetGuard name and have been feeding their foods to our cats for about 3 years now. Both of the cats are long haired, and their hair is soft and silky. Their eyes are bright and they're full of energy, even our older cat. My only complaint is that I can't find it locally so I always have to order online.Henry’s 1. Petguard- they sell moist and dry food for both dogs and cats-a few different flavors of each. Windmill Farms also carries this line. 2. Halo- they have these great freeze dried chicken pieces that cats will jump on you to get. Never met a cat who did not love these. 3. Paul Newman’s brand-they sell moist and dry-but once again, their moist food for cats has rice in it-your cat may like it. Don’t buy more than one can unless you try it out on them.I gave two stars, not because the food is of poor quality, but because my cats refuse to eat it. The texture is very dry and crumbly, so I can see why it might not be fun to eat. My cats prefer a smoother pâté with more juice in it, but this Petguard food is too dry and dense. Again, it all comes down to personal preference, and my cats prefer to never see this food again.