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Angus Beef Limited Ingredient Formula for Cats

Whether your cat has experienced food sensitivities or you just prefer to offer your pet a wholesome, simple diet, a limited ingredient cat food offers many benefits. This simplified recipe delivers complete nutrition with just three key ingredients, carefully selected vitamins and minerals, and guaranteed probiotics, which also help support digestion. 98% of the protein in this formula comes from pasture-raised Angus beef (55%) and lentils (43%), while sunflower oil delivers omega fatty acids and enhances flavor. Finally, this formula is free of grains, GMO ingredients, and artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.

3 key ingredients
  • Angus Beef Asset 2

    Pasture-raised beef is the #1 ingredient. No rendered meats or by-product meals.

  • Lentils Asset 1

    A superfood packed with protein, fiber, complex carbohydrates and essential nutrients.

  • Sunflower Oil Asset 1

    The healthy fat is rich in omega fatty acids.

Angus Beef Formula for Cats is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Miso Approves-Yummy!! Our indoor only cat was recently diagnosed with a double ear infection-he has issues with foods and has a narrow range of foods that do not upset his stomach-imagine a 20 lb cat with explosive diarrhea....not fun for any of us! I read that corn is a pet food ingredient that is know to cause allergies or reactions like yeast type skin infections and also ear infections. We began reading labels and saw that Taste of the Wild had a beef formula-and no corn or grain-Beef is one of the things that our cat can eat but very hard to find in cat food. We purchased the small bag to try out-MISO LOVES IT!! When he had no adverse reaction after eating it, we went back and bought the large bag. We have 4 cats but they eat the same foods. I hope we will be able to find this food in the future because all of our cats are eating it with gusto!
Date published: 2017-11-26
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A vet that did a nutritional profile of my dog and one of the foods he is allergic to is tomatoes. I'm sure raw tomatoes are a no no, but if they are pressure cooked, that might be a different story. How are the tomatoes processed for the Prey Dog foods

Asked by: Jack
Hi, Jack – if your dog is allergic to tomatoes, we recommend not feeding him any food that contains tomatoes or tomato pomace. The processing method does not affect the potential for an allergic reaction unless the tomatoes have been hydrolyzed, which they have not been in our PREY recipe.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2017-11-29
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