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Description: Feeding guideline:
A 25kg dog should be fed about 220g

potato, dried venison, sunflower oil, fish oil, dried yeast, vitamins, minerals, taurine, aloe vera, rosemary extract

Contains no artifical preservatives, dyes or flavourings. The food is naturally preserved by the inclusion of rosemary extract and vitamin E.

protein 22.0 %
fat 11.0 %
fiber 2.5 %
ash 7.0 %
moisture 8.0 %
taurine 200.0 %
vitamin A 15.0 IU/kg
vitamin E (tocopherol) 250.0 mg/kg
vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 43.5 mg/kg
pantothenic acid 58.7 mg/kg
folic acid 2.74 mg/kg
biotine (vitamin H) 1.32 mcg
phosphorus 0.8 %
magnesium 0.11 %
iron 188.0 mg/kg
manganese 50.0 mg/kg
zinc 310.0 mg/kg
iodine 3.3 mg/kg
selenium 0.35 mg/kg
beta-carotene 5.0 mg/kg
choline 2.9 mg
calcium 1.0 %
niacin (vitamin- B3) 56.21 mg/kg
vitamin B1 (thiamine) 13.5 mg/kg
vitamin B12 (cobalamin) 0.19 mg/kg
vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 17.86 mg/kg
vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) 12.3 mg/kg
vitamin D3 900.0 mg/kg
copper (II) sulfate 25.0 mg/kg


Registered: October 2005
Posts: 3953
Review Date: Sun March 9, 2008 Would you recommend the product? No | Price you paid?: Not Indicated | Rating: 0 

Pros: Second ingredient is a named meat product, uses primarily good quality ingredients
Cons: Insufficient meat content

The first ingredient in this food is potato. Potato is a good quality carbohydrate and B-vitamin source, but the primary ingredient in any dog food should be meat rather than plant/grain.

The second ingredient is a named meat product, in meal form. This is the sole meat product in the food. Fat content is sunflower and fish oils, providing a good source of omega OFAs. The food has added vitamins and minerals, but little information is given about these and may contain synthetics.

Overall, the food appears to use primarily good quality ingredients and is a simple recipe likely to be very useful for dogs suffering allergies. Our sole concern with the food is that the meat content appears minimal, and users might consider supplementing this diet with meat.

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