- Each 8 oz bag is approximately 2 lb of raw pet food before moisture is removed.
- Each 16 oz bag is approximately 4 lb of raw pet food before moiture is removed.
Feeding Instructions: Divide recommended daily amount into 2 portions for morning/evening feedings. Re-hydrate by pouring enough hot water over dry food to saturate. Let stand until cool. Let stand until cool. Always make sure your pet has access to fresh water to drink at all times.
Each bag is flushed with food grade nitrogen gas and vacuum sealed for ultimate freshness. Once opened, food can be stored unrefrigerated in original zipper bag for approximately 2-3 weeks. To keep fresh longer, place food in an airtight container and store in refrigerator or freezer and use within 60 days of opening. (Contains No Preservatives).
IngredientsTurkey, Turkey Hearts, Turkey Livers, Carrots, Celery, Kale, Collards, Bone Meal (microcrystalline hydroxyapatite calcium protein complex), Dried Kelp, Vitamin E supplement, Zinc amino acids chelate, Manganese amino acids chelate, Copper amino acids chelate, Thiamin mononitrate, Vitamin D3 supplement.
|Crude Protein (min)||52.0%|
|Crude Fat (min)||21.0%|
|Crude Fiber (max)||4.0%|
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These charts are a guide and starting point. They tend to run high because our food is nutrient dense and we are following AAFCO standardized nutritional profiles for all pet foods, (including low quality, highly processed brands). Most ADULT animals can meet their energy requirements by eating as much as 1/3 less than what this chart suggests.
Feeding Instructions: Divide recommended daily amount into 2 portions for morning/evening feedings. Re-hydrate by pouring at least 1 cup hot water over each 1 cup of dry food (minimum 1:1 ratio, food to water, for respective portion sizes). Let stand until cool, pour off any excess water if desired. Always make sure your pet has access to fresh water to drink at all times.
|Metabolizable Energy (kcals/kg)||4901|
|Calories/Cup (dry or rehydrated)||178|
|Dog Weight||Feeding Guidelines|