Wysong Epigen Dog & Cat Dry Food is a high-protein food that contains 60% meat and organs, which closely resembles what your pet was designed to eat. It is also completely starch free - not just grain free - which means that your pet won't be getting any unnecessary poly-sugars. Epigen also includes critical food elements, like probiotics, prebiotics, enzymes, phytonutrients, nutraceuticals, antioxidants in their natural forms, vitamins and minerals. And it is rich in omega-3s and other essential fatty acids, which helps maintain skin and coat health.
In addition, Wysong foods are made in the USA at their own facilities with USDA- and FDA-approved domestically sourced ingredients, so you can feel good about what your pet is eating.
Wysong Epigen comes in 3 different formulas, organic chicken, venison, and fish.
Ideal for all life stages - from puppies/kittens through seniors
Closely resembles the type of diet your pet is meant to eat
60 percent meat and organs
Truly starch free - not just grain free - which means your pet won't be eating any empty calories from poly-sugars
All natural ingredients, including added essential vitamins and amino acids
Contains probiotics, prebiotics, enzymes, phytonutrients, nutraceuticals, natural form antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals
Omega-3 fatty acids help maintain healthy skin and coat
Made in the USA from USDA- and FDA-approved domestic sources
Available in 3 different sizes
How it works:
Wysong Epigen Dog & Cat Dry Food provides your pet with a well-balanced meal that is formulated to be close to his or her natural diet. With 60% meat and organ ingredients, Epigen provides essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants to help your pet feel healthy and energized. Added Omega-3 and other fatty acids also help maintain healthy skin and coat.
Daily Nutritional Guide for Wysong Epigen Dog & Cat Dry Food:
Any sudden change in diet may result in digestive disturbances. Wysong Epigen is a unique formulation, and should be gradually introduced. Over a period of 15 days, mix Epigen with the present diet beginning at about 10% and then gradually increase proportions. If difficulties arise, return to a smaller percentage and try again.
Epigen may be used as a single meal, or as a top dress to other foods to boost quality protein and other nutrient levels.
The following amounts suggested should be decreased in proportion to the amount of supplementation with fresh whole foods, or other foods provided in addition to Epigen.
Tip: Factors such as stress and amount of activity may make it necessary to adjust the amount of feeding.
Suggested Feeding Amounts (standard measuring cups per day):
Wysong Epigen Dog & Cat Dry Food
Cups per day
Dogs: (Puppies should be fed free choice)
1/4 - 3/4
1/4 - 3/4
3/4 - 1
1 - 1 1/4
11/4 - 2
2 - 2 3/4
2 3/4 - 3 1/4
Cats: (Kittens should be fed free choice)
1/4 - 1/2
1/2 - 3/4
1/2 - 3/4
3/4 - 1
Storage: Store in a cool dry place and protect from moisture.
Amylase (bacillus licheniformis)* 24,000 milligrams of dextrinized starch/min/gram
Protease (aspergillus oryzae)* 18,000
micrograms of tyrosine/min/gram
Lipase (aspergillus niger)* 5,000
micromoles of butyric acid/min/gram
Lactase (aspergillus niger)* 5,000 micromoles of o-nitrophenol/min/gram
Phytase (aspergillus niger)* 150 micromoles of inorganic phosphate/min/gram
Wysong Epigen is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog and Cat Food Nutrient Profiles for All Life Stages.
*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by AAFCO Dog and Cat Nutrient Profiles
Wysong Epigen Dog & Cat Dry Food
gas producing food
While it sounds like an excellent choice for a diabetic dog, it caused so much SMELLY GAS that we could not continue. We introduced a small amount with her regular food x2 and no more. Maybe the squirrels will eat it. P.s. I didn't rate the taste because if you're asking did the dog like it...yes. My pug will eat anything.
No carb food for diabetic pets
I bought this for my cat, who has diabetes. When I brought him to the vet his initial blood sugar reading was 600. I had him on insulin (ProZinc) for around 7 months, along with a low-carb diet. Low-carb meaning around 7% carbs. That % carbs was too much for this cat. Wysong Epigen is not advertised as a no-carb food, but it is (I emailed the company just asking which food they make would they recommend for a diabetic cat and they recommended this one, saying that it has no carbs). So I tried it and after 2 weeks I no longer have to give my cat insulin.
This food is way better than anything you can get at your vet!!!
I do give my cat some wet food as well, but you can get low carb wet food at any local store.
I am looking for food I can feed my diabetic cat that is not wet food out of a can. She does not like that.
2 years, 10 months ago
Yes, this is a no carb cat food and after 2 weeks on this he no longer needs insulin. And this was a cat that I got with diabetes who had been living with it untreated for some time and had an initial blood sugar of 600.
7 months ago
Baltimore, MD USA
Yes, Wysong foods have been recommended for both Cats and Dogs with Diabetes because it contains high amounts of protien and is starch free - not just grain free - which means your cat won't be getting any unnecessary poly-sugars. We know managing diabetes is very complicated, changing your pet's food should include consultation with your veterinarian.
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