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Merrick Before Grain #1 Chicken Dry Cat Food, 6.6 Pound Bag

by Merrick

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  • First ingredients are real tuna and chicken. Responsible levels of protein for all life stages of cats.
  • Wonderful flavor for good eaters or picky cats
  • Designed for pets with regular to sensitive digestion. Great for hairball issues
  • Kibble size is perfect for all life stages of cats and has great mouth feel
  • Great complement to a raw diet
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Size 6.6-lb bag 12 lb Bag 12 lb 11.1 lb
Flavor chicken Vegetable Chicken Salmon
Dimensions 22 inches x 13 inches x 5 inches 17 inches x 12.75 inches x 2.89 inches 4.25 inches x 11.5 inches x 23.25 inches 13.25 inches x 22 inches x 3 inches
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  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 5 x 22 inches ; 6.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0019T25QI
  • Item model number: 20461
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,927 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Merrick Before Grain diets are grain free and are a perfect diet for healthy cats or for diabetic, obesity and grain-sensitivity issues. Great flavor from USDA-inspected meats, fruits and potatoes. All-natural ingredients such as blueberries for antioxidants, high-grade salmon oil for healthy skin and coat.

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Ingredients
Chicken Deboned, Chicken Meal, Potato Dehydrated, Turkey Meal, Salmon Oil, Sweet Potato

Customer Reviews

I never thought about getting grain-free food for our cat, but he loves it!
Alp1988
Really good food for my cats, although a mite more expensive than our usual it's worth it IMO.
Abbey
His coat is beautiful and shiny, his eyes look bright again and no vomiting.
Sensible

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Sensible on June 4, 2011
My 14-15 year old cat was wearing down, had a bout of pancreatitis, started limping, was on antibiotics twice in recent months, his coat was starting to shed terribly and he was vomiting a lot. I was starting to think that was it for our sweet cat. I don't know what made me switch him to this food but he went through the first bag in a month and now, he's like a much younger cat. His coat is beautiful and shiny, his eyes look bright again and no vomiting. Even the limp is just about gone. You would swear he was half his age! I'm definitely sticking with this and thanking each day we have with our cat.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By R. Banuelos on September 7, 2011
My cat loves it. I was feeding her Science Diet, but when her hairballs became more frequent, I decided it was time for something more natural. I picked up BG, and she took to it right away. She's usually a very picky eater. Her coat is shiny and thick, and she seems happier than she used to be. She has more energy, is more social, and overall looks much healthier. She's always been a thin cat, but with the way her fur has filled out, she looks better. The food has lasted a long time, too. I bought it months ago, and I'm only barely started to run low. I leave her food out for her to eat whenver she wants, so it must be more satisfying in smaller amounts compared to cheaper food.

Update: I cannot keep my roommate's cats away from this food! My roommate feeds her cats Wellness, which is another good quality grain-free food, but her cats CONSTANTLY try to sneak their way into my bedroom to eat my cat's food. It's getting ridiculous. This stuff must taste good!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Carma on February 6, 2011
We were recently adopted by a very sweet lost kitty (we're guessing she is a very young adult). After failed attempts to find her owners, we brought her in and I started researching foods. I quickly decided the cheap, grain-filled brands wouldn't do! The BG is what I chose as a premium, healthful brand and I've been so pleased with it! I give her 1/3 cup morning and evening (along with wet food), and she eats it all. She had a few very smelly bowel movements, which I understand is normal when cats adjust to a new food source, but that has settled down. Her coat went from dull and matted to shiny and healthy in just a couple of days, and she quickly gained a healthy amount of weight (from being seriously UNDERweight when we found her). So far we have only tried chicken flavor but I WILL be getting more Merrick BG!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By W. Infante on March 19, 2013
Our recently adopted kitty seems to be quite fond of this stuff!

We have plans to add a cute ragdoll kitten into our family in a few months, so naturally, given the cost of this investment, I have gone on a crazy research spree to make sure that my kitten will be well cared for when it comes home. So I buckled down to do research on the best foods and litter and basically everything cat associated.

Now, we always had cats growing up, but I hadn't ever realized just how terrible the ingredients in most dry cat food varieties were. In my research I kept running into the issues cats face with corn products and grain products and I was horrified! I quickly realized these options are also quite a bit more expensive than most drug store brands, but then, eating healthy almost always is, no matter if you're human or feline. Mass produced, by-product, processed gunk is always going to be cheaper than quality ingredients. Can you survive on hot dogs and mac & cheese? Probably. Is it a healthy diet? ... exactly. Considering I wouldn't feed myself like that, I didn't think it was fair to feed my cat like that either. So I resolved that for our kitten, I would definitely try to go with a top of the line food and, if possible, a grain free option.

I thought I had all the time in the world to do this research, since we're not supposed to be getting our kitten until the end of May/early June, but then, in a rather unexpected turn of events, we ended up adopting another cat that was being fostered so she wouldn't be euthanized. Darjeeling is about 3 (vet's estimate) and a bombay/angora mix looking beauty. She's tiny though, only weighing about 7lbs.

Her foster home sent us home with a bag of food for her.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Dzeinara on April 25, 2011
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After watching the documentary "Food Inc" I myself decided to eat only grass fed meat. Animals such as cows and pigs have a very difficult time processing grains especially corn. I didn't think about it before, but why would I feed my Daisy the food I am trying so hard to avoid? The other brands such as Iams is filled with corn. If the the bag says chicken, it should really say: grains with a dash of chicken.

Daisy is a Siamese and she just recently finished her 6lb bag and what a difference! Her coat is super silky, she has a leaner "sexier" figure. And she loves the dry food! Before BG she would only eat her dry food as a last resort if we didn't give her wet food. Now she chooses BG over the wet food. The best part is that her poop doesn't smell as bad as it used to. She literally begs for BG every morning and then again at night. She loves it. It may cost more than regular cat food, but think about what you are paying for. Regular cat food is just grains and you should only pay a dollar per bag. The first ingredient in BG is chicken then followed by veggies and fruits.

If you love your pet and want to give them the nutrition they deserve, definitely without a doubt feed them Before Grain.
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