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Evanger’s Dog Food *Review*

About Them

In 1935, Fred Evanger was making pure meat canned foods at his kennels because he felt that his champion Great Danes required superior nutrition in order to to prevent any dietary deficiencies. Today, we continue to innovate with the same enthusiasm as our founder.

In 2002 we developed the concept of hand packed pet food. It was initially developed specifically for our dog, Yukon; a beautiful Samoyed/Chow Chow mix with a very selective palate. Even though the meat was the same, Yukon preferred to eat our dinner steaks instead of his ground steak. So we decided to try putting a whole, unground piece of beef in a can and cook it. Of course when we served it to Yukon that evening, he loved it, and our #1 flavor, Hunk of Beef, was born. All of our Evanger’s dog foods must be approved by Yukon before we bring them to market.

Our mission is to increase the quality and enjoyment of life of our companion pets through nutrition. To this day, Evanger’s remains just as committed to quality and innovation as ever, and continues to develop new products that will fit within its philosophy. We have proudly been independently owned for over 75 years, and because of this, continue to sell our products exclusively through independent neighborhood pet shops where quality and customer service are of the utmost importance.

As the only family-owned and operated pet food cannery in the United States, we thank you and appreciate your loyalty to our products.

 

We were given the opportunity to  taste and review Evangers Organic Turkey w/ Potato & Carrots Dinner

As a Dog mom, I’m always looking for a good wholesome canned dog food for Ariel, she is picky in her tastes and the textures of her food, so when I was contacted to review this I was a bit hesitant but gave it a try and I’m so glad that I did and she was very  pleased with this dinner for her Thanksgiving meal, she  requested more after I gave her the required amount according to her size and weight,  and this is just the right amount of  Turkey mixed with the vegetables I  also felt that  her nutritional needs were met  without the added preservatives

This also meets the requirements of Kosher standards

We received this for review purposes only, our opinions may differ from yours

 

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