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Raw Dynamic Freeze Dried Raw Beef Fromula for Dogs (5.5 oz)

Raw Dynamic



We like to keep things simple so we stick to the basics in our dog formulas using raw, grass-fed beef, organic produce, beneficial vitamins and probiotics. These cube shaped bites rehydrate quickly with water making meal time as simple as scoop and serve! 

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

  • Crude Protein (min):45%
  • Crude Fat (min):26%
  • Crude Fiber (max):5%
  • Moisture(max):6%

*BACILLUS COAGULANS (MIN) 50,000,000 CFU/lb

*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles

CALORIE CONTENT (CALCULATED):

Metabolizable Energy

5,104 KcaI/Kg, 246 KcaI/Cup

FEEDING GUIDELINES

Measure the desired amount with a standard measuring cup. We recommend rehydrating by adding ½ cup of warm water per 1 cup of freeze-dried food. For quicker rehydration, crumble freeze-dried food before adding water. Once hydrated, food will maintain its freshness for 3 days under refrigeration.

If your dog prefers the freeze-dried food with no added water, provide your dog with plentiful amounts of fresh water during mealtime.

Please note, the suggested feeding amounts in the table below may vary 50% based on your pet's activity level, age, metabolism, and other factors.

This serves as a foundational guide; consider your dog's activity level, particularly if they engage in regular sports or work, as a higher caloric intake may be necessary. Remember, you know your dog best; individual variations exist, so adapt the guidelines to suit your dog's unique needs.

TRANSITIONING TO RAW

It is important to provide your pet some time to get used to any new food, so we always recommend a 7-10 days transition period. This structure serves as a basic guideline, recognizing that each dog is unique and may transition at different paces—completely normal. Trust your knowledge of your dog and their digestion for the best approach. Explore further insights on the transitioning process by visiting our blog.


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