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Cesar 3.5oz Gourmet Filet Wet Dog Food

by Cesar

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New York Strip
New York Strip Flavor
  • Contains (24) 3.5 oz. trays of CESAR Canine Cuisine Filets In Sauce New York Strip Flavor For Small Dogs
  • Complete & balanced nutrition for small adult dogs
  • Fortified with vitamins and minerals
  • Packaged in convenient feeding trays with no-fuss, peel-away freshness seals
  • Your dog will love our delicious filets in sauce New York Strip Flavor

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Flavor Name: New York Strip | Pattern Name: New York Strip Flavor

Product Details

Flavor Name: New York Strip | Pattern Name: New York Strip Flavor
  • Item Weight: 3.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0029NMENM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,253 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Flavor Name: New York Strip | Pattern Name: New York Strip Flavor

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CESAR Filets in Sauce

Our CESAR Filets in Sauce are savory meaty chunks in delicious gravy that will give your dog’s everyday meals something to celebrate.

Check out all of our delicious 3.5 oz. tray varieties:
• Filets in Sauce Prime Rib Flavor
• Filets in Sauce Roast Turkey Flavor
• Filets in Sauce Grilled Chicken Flavor
• Filets in Sauce New York Strip Flavor
• Filets in Sauce Filet Mignon Flavor

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CESAR

We adore dogs for their bravado and brains, antics and affection. Relationships with them are special ones.
Share CESAR Canine Cuisine with your dog today. After all, shouldn’t he enjoy food that’s as extraordinary as he is
CESAR Canine Cuisine is gourmet wet dog food and dog treats for the dogs we adore available in delicious varieties.
CESAR Canine Cuisine ingredients are formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO dog food nutrient profiles for maintenance.

FEEDING GUIDE
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Learn more about our other great CESAR Canine Cuisine varieties below:
CESAR Canine Cuisine

The rich, tantalizing flavor of CESAR Patés in Meaty Juices will satisfy your dog's healthy appetite as well as his taste for variety. CESAR Pates are available in our original flavors, puppy nutrition, senior nutrition and breakfast varieties for small dogs.

CESAR SAVORY DELIGHTS entrees will be sure put a spring in your dog’s step! With delicious meaty flavors and savory centers, he’s in for one tasty dish.

Have a tough time choosing just one delicious variety of CESAR canine cuisine? Our 6 ct., 12 ct, 24 ct. multipacks have you covered with all of your dog’s favorite wet food for small dogs.

The flavors of our Softies and Chewies treats for small dogs never tasted so delicious! Your dog will jump for joy over the goodness of these treats. So, bring them home today!


Important Information

Ingredients
SUFFICIENT WATER FOR PROCESSING, CHICKEN, ANIMAL LIVER, BEEF, MEAT BY-PRODUCTS, WHEAT GLUTEN, STARCH, WHEAT FLOUR, PEA FIBER, MINERALS (POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, CALCIUM CARBONATE, MAGNESIUM PROTEINATE, ZINC SULFATE, COPPER SULFATE, POTASSIUM IODIDE), SALT, SODIUM TRIPOLYPHOSPHATE, ADDED COLOR, VITAMINS (CHOLINE CHLORIDE, VITAMIN E SUPPLEMENT, BIOTIN, d-CALCIUM PANTOTHENATE, THIAMINE MONONITRATE [VITAMIN B1], VITAMIN B12 SUPPLEMENT, RIBOFLAVIN [VITAMIN B2], VITAMIN A SUPPLEMENT, VITAMIN D3 SUPPLEMENT, PYRIDOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE), NATURAL FLAVOR, XANTHAN GUM, NATURAL NEW YORK STRIP FLAVOR, GUAR GUM.

Directions
FEED 2 1/2 TRAYS DAILY PER 10 LB ADULT DOG

Customer Reviews

Dogs love it.
Koko's mama
I always buy the Filets and this flavor is no longer available anywhere in my area.
Tvgeek
He licks the bowl clean!
Buddy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tabitha on October 8, 2013
Pattern Name: Filet Mignon FlavorFlavor Name: Filet Mignon
I have purchased several varieties of Cesar Canine Cuisine. I have purchased the expensive meaty variety and the aspic type. Individually, they range in price between $.75-$2.00 for a 3.5 oz. container.

I typically pay approximately $10 for a 12 pack of 3.5 oz. servings = a total of 42 oz. (42 oz. divided by $10 = $.24 per oz.). There are 16 oz. in a pound. That breaks down to $.24 x 16 oz. = $3.84 lb.

My dogs won't eat this product. I read the label and when I discovered it was distributed in the USA but made in China, I wondered and became perplexed as to why my dogs would sniff it and leave it no matter how hungry they were.

Perhaps it's the mystery meat labeled animal liver. I thought that all ingredients had to be clearly defined as to origin before it would be released by the FDA--clearly not. If it's not beef, chicken, or pork, then what is the mystery meat.

I stopped buying the product for four (4) reasons:

(1) My dogs won't eat it.
(2) It's expensive $3.84/lb.
(3) Chicken cost me $.69-1.29/lb., turkey is $2.00-2.89/lb., & beef $3.82/lb.
(4) Mystery meat?

I'll wait until they define the mystery meat! It's made in China...hmmm...meat my dogs won't eat?

FYI--The new containers no longer show the origin of manufacturing. The labels only show the distribution location (USA). Why don't they want us to know where this product is made?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tabitha on October 8, 2013
Pattern Name: Grilled Chicken FlavorFlavor Name: Grilled Chicken
I have purchased several varieties of Cesar Canine Cuisine. I have purchased the expensive meaty variety and the aspic type. Individually, they range in price between $.75-$2.00 for a 3.5 oz. container.

I typically pay approximately $10 for a 12 pack of 3.5 oz. servings = a total of 42 oz. (42 oz. divided by $10 = $.24 per oz.). There are 16 oz. in a pound. That breaks down to $.24 x 16 oz. = $3.84 lb.

My dogs won't eat this product. I read the label and when I discovered it was distributed in the USA but made in China, I wondered and became perplexed as to why my dogs would sniff it and leave it no matter how hungry they were.

Perhaps it's the mystery meat labeled animal liver. I thought that all ingredients had to be clearly defined as to origin before it would be released by the FDA--clearly not. If it's not beef, chicken, or pork, then what is the mystery meat.

I stopped buying the product for four (4) reasons:

(1) My dogs won't eat it.
(2) It's expensive $3.84/lb.
(3) Chicken cost me $.69-1.29/lb., turkey is $2.00-2.89/lb., & beef $3.82/lb.
(4) Mystery meat?

I'll wait until they define the mystery meat! It's made in China...hmmm...meat my dogs won't eat?

FYI--The new containers no longer show the origin of manufacturing. The labels only show the distribution location (USA). Why don't they want us to know where this product is made?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J Ayers on August 17, 2013
Pattern Name: Grilled Chicken FlavorFlavor Name: Grilled Chicken Verified Purchase
Compared to what I was feeding my dogs, this appeared to be a much better product. Although it was much better, I have moved on to a different dog food, one that has a dramatically different better ingredient list.

Both my dogs enjoyed this product. My recommendation is that you research all you can, and feed your dogs the best food you can afford. Read the ingredient labels, no matter what kind of food it is. Read product reviews, and give them the very best. Your pets deserve it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Midge on December 2, 2014
Pattern Name: Filet Mignon FlavorFlavor Name: Filet Mignon Verified Purchase
This is little chunks of something that's supposed to resemble meat but this dog, who normally eats Cesar's food, will not eat it. It's not at all the consistency of the other dog foods. The problem is being able to tell which of Cesar's dog foods are these little chunks (of whatever they are) and which are the normal wet dog food consistency.
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By Shirley on August 25, 2014
Pattern Name: Roast Turkey FlavorFlavor Name: Roast Turkey Verified Purchase
Although Lucky is not a small dog, this is the only dog food he will eat. For years I would purchase different brands and he would only take a bite or two and walk away from it. I would give him table scraps so he would have something to eat. I bought a couple of packs of Cesar one day and I was shocked that he ate it and looked at me wanting more. He was actually licking the containers. Of course I went back to the store and bought several more packs. Some of the flavors he doesn't like but I have now narrowed it down to which ones he does like. The only downside is I have to give him several packs at each feeding because he is a big dog. All in all it is a great product and Lucky loves it which makes me happy.
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