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Evangers Signature Series Cuts in Gravy - Lamb

A stew with diced meat and farm fresh vegetables are simmered in gravy for a delectable dinner. Grain-free.

Available in a 12-pack of 12 oz. cans and a 24-pack of 5 oz. cans.

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Evangers Signature Series Cuts in Gravy - Lamb - 12x12 oz

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Evanger'sSignature Series Cuts in Gravy - Lamb

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


To little substance.

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  • Dog Likes It
  • Easy To Digest
  • Good Over Other Food
  • Tasty


  • Expensive
  • Liquidlike Water
  • Messy
  • No Substance
  • Soup
  • You Must Add Other Food

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Comments about Signature Series Cuts in Gravy - Lamb:

To little substance, like pouring Gravey watered down. Very little meat. Not stew, watered down stew. Dogs can go to water bowl for liquid. The price for water is far cheaper than this soup. Yes thats it not stew, soup is what this should be called.

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