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Whole Life devour is a healthy way to top any dry dog food and end finicky behavior. The secret lies in the use of Whole Life's freeze dried chicken as a base for this highly nutritious food topping. deVour adds quality proteins, natural antioxidants, essential vitamins and minerals in every serving. It's low in fat and calories and designed to be used every day, every meal.

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Popularity: #30 in Food Toppings
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Whole Life deVour Dog - 2 oz

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$8.29 SALE

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Whole LifedeVour Dog

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By BC Lover

from VT

About Me Long-time Pet Owner

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  • Dog Likes It
  • Easy To Digest
  • Nutritional
  • Sensitive Stomach
  • Tasty


    Best Uses

    • Picky eater

    Comments about deVour Dog:

    I have a bad case of a working border collie who has a sensitive stomach AND is a picky eater. Keeping weight on this guy is impossible. Because of his sensitive stomach I stayed away from food toppers. However since deVour has such a limited but wholesome ingredient list, I thought I'd try it. Sure it's pricier than some but look at the ingredients... But it's not the most expensive and it does last a while. I put it on dry and he actually eats everything in the bowl! I figured if he ever tires of it I can switch flavors or add water and make a gravy out of it.

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