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Grain free low fat?

Jana PhillipsJana Phillips RaleighMember Posts: 846
edited 27 November, 2007 in Food & Nutrition
Are there any high protein dry foods (or grain free foods) that are low fat? (like EVO had reduced fat for dogs...) Thanks!

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  • April PlourdeApril Plourde Member Posts: 248
    edited 20 November, 2007
    I believe Wellness CORE is formulated to have a lower fat content. Otherwise I haven\'t heard of anything specific for cats. You\'d just have to compare formulas. Sorry I can\'t be of more help!
  • Karen LeeKaren Lee The kingdom of Mer-lotMember Posts: 89,020
    edited 21 November, 2007
    Use the dry food chart. Innova EVO is grain free, 46% protein and 48% fat. Wellness CORE is grain-free, 47% protein and 42% fat. Nature's Variety Instinct Chicken is grain-free, 45% protein and 49% fat. There are foods with lower fat content but the protein content is also kind of low and carb content is very high.
  • Jana PhillipsJana Phillips RaleighMember Posts: 846
    edited 21 November, 2007
    Ok, thanks guys! Right now Tigger is eating Hills M/D (canned only). It's the only high protein canned food that is also low-fat (only 130kcal/can). The only problem is he seems hungry all the time. I was hoping to find a high protein/low carb dry food (I don't like the M/D dry...I can stand the canned though) that I could have out so he could eat a little if he wanted. Hopefully EVO will come out w/ a cat reduced fat version! :)
  • Juanita JamesJuanita James DallasMember Posts: 76
    edited 27 November, 2007
    What about Nature's Variety Instinct? Their Chicken is 50% protein/22% fat and the Rabbit Instinct is 40% protein/20% fat|^|
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