Duck & Veggie Freeze-Dried Raw Dog Food
Duck is rich with iron and makes an easy to digest protein source. We work with American family farms to source the highest quality humanely raised, free-range, all natural duck for our Duck & Veggie Dog Food formula.
- Free-range duck, farm-raised in the USA
- 95% duck, 5% organic produce
- No fillers like grain, corn, wheat, soy or potato
- No artificial preservatives, flavors or sugar
SIZE: 14 oz. bags.
- Guaranteed Analysis
- Feeding Instructions
Duck, duck neck, duck gizzard, duck liver, organic broccoli, organic carrots, organic squash, organic blueberries, organic apples, organic apple cider vinegar, herring oil, potassium chloride, dried kelp, sodium chloride, zinc proteinate, iron proteinate, vitamin e supplement, niacin supplement, copper proteinate, manganese proteinate, thiamine mononitrate, d-calcium pantothenate, sodium selenite, riboflavin supplement, biotin, pyridoxine hydrochloride, vitamin b12 supplement, folic acid, vitamin d3 supplement.
Crude Protein (Min): 42%
Crude Fat (Min): 25%
Crude Fiber (Max): 2%
Moisture (Max): 6%
CALORIE CONTENT: ME CALCULATED 98 KCAL / OZ.
2 – 5 lb. : 1/2 – 1 patties a day.
6 – 12 lb. : 1 – 2 patties a day
13 – 25 lb. : 2 – 4 patties a day
26 – 40 lb. : 4 – 6 patties a day
Feeding solely freeze-dried food to pets over 40 lb. can be expensive. That's why we suggest using our products as a topper or mixer with kibble if your dog is over 40 lb. This will dramatically increase the nutrition of the meal. We suggest 2-3 patties a day as a topper or mixer for dogs over 40 lb.
Complete diet for adult dogs over 40 lb. please refer to the below guidelines. Puppies may require up to 10% of body weight.
1.5% to lose weight
2% to maintain current weight
2.5% – 3% slight weight gain
– Start with 2% of your dog’s ideal, adult body weight and adjust as necessary depending on weight gain or loss
– Use your dog’s ideal or target weight if your dog is over or underweight
– Food can be fed in one meal once a day or split into two meals twice a day. Splitting recommended.