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Description: Feeding guideline:
A 50lb dog should be fed 2.4 Cups - 295.80 g, 1,069.33 Kcal/day

Calorie Content:
3,615 kcal/kg (122 g = 1 cup))
440 kcal/cup (4.29 oz = 1cup)

Turkey, chicken, chicken meal, turkey meal, potatoes, natural flavors, herring oil, egg, tomatoes, apples, potassium chloride, carrots, vitamins, garlic, cottage cheese, dried chicory root, minerals, alfalfa sprouts, ascorbic acid, direct-fed microbials, vitamin E supplement, lecithin, rosemary extract.

Guaranteed analysis:
Crude Protein (min) 52 %
Crude Fat (min) 15 %
Crude Fat (max) 15.5 %
Crude Fiber (max) 2.5 %
Moisture (max) 10 %
Linoleic Acid (Omega-6 Fatty Acid) (min) 2.2 %
Carbohydrates NFE (max) 9 %
Vitamin E (min) 300 IU/kg
Vitamin C (min) 500 mg/kg
Omega-3 Fatty Acids (min) 0.5 %
Docosahexaenoic Acid (min) 0.1 %
Total Microorganisms (min) 90,000,000

Typical analysis:
Moisture 7.5 %
Protein 52.5 %
Fat 15.0 %
Linoleic Acid 2.29 %
Omega 3 0.59 %
Carbohydrates 12.16 %
Fiber 1.54 %
Ash 11.3 %
Calcium 3.07 %
Phosphorous 1.81 %
Magnesium 0.11 %
Sodium 0.32 %
Potassium 0.79 %
Chloride 0.58 %
Iron 232 mg/kg
Zinc 210 mg/kg
Copper 17 mg/kg
Iodine 3.5 mg/kg
Manganese 18 mg/kg
Selenium 0.92 mg/kg
Arginine 3.97 %
Histidine 1.0 %
Isoleucine 2.11 %
Leucine 3.71 %
Lysine 3.52 %
Methionine 1.17 %
Met-Cysteine 1.7 %
Phenylalanine 2.18 %
Phe-Tyrosine 3.82 %
Threonine 2.14 %
Tryptophan 0.52 %
Valine 2.54 %
Taurine 0.25 mg/kg
Choline 4895 mg/kg
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 5.94 mg/kg
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) 4.78 mg/kg
Niacin 40 mg/kg
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) 4.97 mg/kg
Folic Acid 0.81 mg/kg
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) 22 mg/kg
Biotin 0.63 mg/kg
Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) 12 ug/kg
Vitamin A 25227 IU/kg
Vitamin C 500 mg/kg
Vitamin D 2421 IU/kg
Vitamin E 300 IU/kg
Vitamin K 0.76 ug/kg
ME 3562 kcal/kg

Nutritional statement:
EVO Reduced Fat Dry Dog Food is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO (Association of American Feed Control Officials) Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for ALL LIFE STAGES.


Registered: October 2005
Posts: 3953
Review Date: Thu December 27, 2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: Not Indicated | Rating: 0 

Pros: First four ingredients are named meat products, high meat content, grainless, quality ingredients throughout

The first four ingredients in this food are all named meat products. The first two are meat inclusive of water content (about 80%) and once that is removed it is likely that these ingredients would be more accurately placed somewhat further down the ingredient list (ingredients are listed in order of weight). However, since it is followed by two meat meal ingredients, and has strong macronutrient breakdown, we have very high confidence in the level of meat content of the food.

The food replaces standard fat content with Herring Oil, which is an excellent source of Omerga 3/6 Essential Fatty Acids. It is wonderful to see a food that reduces fat without taking all the nutritious ingredients out.

This is an entirely grainless dog food. The major carbohydrate source is potatoes, which are also a good source of B vitamins and other minerals. There is a good range of fruits/vegetables in the food, whole eggs and a good range of probiotics.

This food is outstanding in that it contains no grains whatsoever. Grains are not a natural part of a canine diet and it is pleasing to see dog foods on the market that exclude grains completely from the diet. This is a far more natural food concept and combined with a complete lack of any low quality or controversial ingredients is the reason this food is placed in a class above the more conventional form dry dog foods.

The only caution we would make on this food is that the high protein and calcium content may make it suitable for adult dogs only, particularly in the case of large breeds.

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