Best wet food in a small package?

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  1. Dirk

    Dirk New Member

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    I occasionally mix in a 5.5oz. pouch of wet food(Nutro) with my dog's kibble. He loves it. I guess I can buy a full size can, use some and put the rest in the fridge but I like the convenience of the small size pouches.

    What is a good quality brand that comes in a small can or pouch? There are many like Purina Little Champions, Ceasar, Mighty Dog, Iams, but I'm wary of the quality.

    What do you recommend?
     
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    Stay, far far, far away from those you listed!

    I know you can get Innove EVO in I think like a 5.5oz can. And you can probable get any other food in some kinda small can like the Innove EVO.

    Just look around. :) Check out Pet Food Direct.
     
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    What about Nature's Variety?
     
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    I don't recall seeing Nature's Variety but I will look into it. Thanks.
     
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    Innova EVO comes in a small can :D
     
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    Canidae makes a really nice canned formula and it comes in a small can.
     
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    Seconding the Canidae! If you use the small cans rather than opening a big one to store in the fridge, you'll have no problems. We used the large cans and found it dries out after a couple days; if that's what you get into, opt for Eagle Pack instead. It stays moist and awesome!
     
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    Well wet food I don't usually buy. Only once in a blue moon have I bought a can of dog food but with all the thinking that this forum has made me do I had a really good scout about the other day and found HiLife pouches! I am no expert (probably someone else here will contradict me) but they seam really good. Minnie has had one today for the first time and loved it.
     
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    I agree that Innova EVO in the small can is the best. :)
     
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    I just ordered 5.5oz. cans of Canidae from petfooddirect. With shipping, it works out to $1 a can which is cheaper than the other brands I looked at.

    Thanks!
     

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