Heritage Sport & Agility
SPORT & AGILITY
FOR HIGHLY ACTIVE DOGS
Whether herding sheep or jumping high at fly ball, sporting dogs require a diet rich and varied in fresh meat, protein, and fat for sustained activity and endurance.
That’s why ACANA Sport & Agility is brimming with 75% meat, including free-run chicken and cage-free eggs from prairie farms, and wild-caught arrowtooth flounder from Vancouver Island, delivered fresh or raw for optimum nourishment and taste.
Free of grains or gluten, ACANA features farm-fresh vegetables and fruit, including pumpkin and butternut squash.
Prepared from Canada’s best and freshest ingredients in our award-winning kitchen, ACANA is a delicious and nutritious way to keep your high-energy dog happy, healthy, and strong.
Read our ingredients and we think you’ll agree!
IT'S ALL ABOUT THE MEAT
Modern dogs are built like their ancestors and we believe they should eat like them too.How do you know if your dog’s food is Biologically Appropriate? It’s simple, just answer the three meat questions.
HOW MUCH MEAT?
ACANA Sport & Agility is loaded with 75% meat (about twice as much as most dog foods).
HOW MUCH FRESH MEAT?
1/3 of the meat in ACANA is FRESH, supplying essential nutrients in their most nourishing form, and 2/3 are dried or oils to provide a strong and natural source of protein.
HOW MANY MEATS?
ACANA Dog foods feature fresh meats in WholePrey ratios that include meat, organs, and cartilage or bone to supply nutrients naturally and completely.
Free-run chicken – meat, liver, heart, kidney, and cartilage or bone, from prairie farms.
Wild-caught flounder – whole and fresh from North Vancouver Island.
In nature there are no synthetic supplements, and dogs and wolves derive their nutritional needs by consuming prey animals; muscle meat provides protein; liver, kidney, and tripe supply vitamins and minerals; and bones and cartilage deliver calcium and phosphorus.
CANADA’S BEST AND FRESHEST INGREDIENTS
ACANA Sport & Agility features a rich variety of farm-fresh ingredients that are raised or fished by people we know and trust, and delivered to our award-winning kitchen fresh or raw.
Fresh chicken meat (16%), chicken meal (16%), turkey meal (14%), red lentils, chicken fat (7%), whole green peas (5%), fresh chicken giblets (liver, heart, kidney) (4%), herring meal (4%), herring oil (4%), cage-free eggs (4%), fresh whole flounder (4%), sun-cured alfalfa, field beans, green lentils, whole yellow peas, fresh chicken cartilage (2%), dried brown kelp, fresh whole pumpkin, fresh whole butternut squash, fresh whole parsnips, fresh kale, fresh spinach, fresh mustard greens, fresh turnip greens, fresh whole carrots, fresh Red Delicious apples, fresh Bartlett pears, freeze-dried chicken liver, freeze-dried turkey liver, fresh whole cranberries, fresh whole blueberries, chicory root, turmeric, milk thistle, burdock root, lavender, marshmallow root, rose hips.
SUPPLEMENTS: Zinc chelate. Vitamin E (preservative).*Contains mixed tocopherols (a tocopherol rich extract of natural origin- Vitamin E and Rosemary Oil). Also contains the probiotic Enterococcus faecium.
DESIGNED FOR CARNIVORES
They might look different, but your dog shares his anatomy with the grey wolf – which means he’s evolved as a carnivore and adapted for a diet rich in meat, protein, and fat.
Based on this biological fact, and to produce a nutritional analysis that mirrors the diet Mother Nature would provide for your dog, ACANA features richly nourishing proteins and fats.
Crude protein (min.) 35 %
Fat content (min.) 22 %
Crude ash (max.) 8 %
Crude fibres (max.) 5 %
Moisture (max.) 12 %
Calcium (min.) 1.7 %
Phosphorus (min.) 1.1 %
Omega-6 fatty acids (min.) 2.7 %
Omega-3 fatty acids (min.) 1.2 %
DHA (min.) 0.4 %
EPA (min.) 0.4 %
Glucosamine (min.) 1400 mg/kg
Chondroitin sulfate (min.) 1000 mg/kg
Linoleic acid (min.) 2.5 %
Carbohydrate (NFE) 18 %
VITAMINS & MINERALS
Vitamin A 13 KIU/kg
Vitamin D3 1,400 IU/kg
Vitamin E 150 IU/kg
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) 6.1 mg/kg
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 7.5 mg/kg
Vitamin B3 (Niacin) 61 mg/kg
Vitamin B5 (Pan. Acid) 17 mg/kg
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) 3 mg/kg
Vitamin B12 0.07 mg/kg
Folic Acid 1.3 mg/kg
Choline 2,300 mg/kg
Sodium 0.37 %
Chloride 0.5 %
Potassium 0.70 %
Magnesium 0.14 %
Iron 120 mg/kg
Zinc 180 mg/kg
Copper 25 mg/kg
Manganese 13 mg/kg
Iodine 2.1 mg/kg
Selenium 0.5 mg/kg
Lysine 2.28 %
Threonine 1.36 %
Methionine 0.66 %
Isoleucine 1.41 %
Leucine 2.45 %
Valine 1.71 %
Arginine 2.47 %
Phenylalanine 1.41 %
Histidine 0.71 %
Tryptophan 0.34 %
Cystine 0.36 %
Tyrosine 0.98 %
Methionine-Cystiene 1.02 %
Phenylalanine-Tyrosine 2.39 %
Chicory root 400 mg/kg
Turmeric 100 mg/kg
Milk thistle 100 mg/kg
Burdock root 100 mg/kg
Lavender 100 mg/kg
Marshmallow root 100 mg/kg
Rosehips 100 mg/kg
YOUR DOG IS SPECIAL
ACANA benefits dogs of every variety. Just like you, your dog is unique with feeding requirements that vary with environment, age, and activity.
The table below provides a starting point, to be adjusted as needed to maintain optimum weight and peak conditioning. We suggest monitoring your dog’s weight and adjusting rations as needed. We recommend feeding twice daily and always keeping fresh, clean water available.
|Dog Weight||Active||Highly Active|
|5Kg (11lb)||3/4 cup||1 1/4 cups|
|10Kg (22lb)||1 1/3 cups||2 cups|
|20Kg (44lb)||2 1/4 cups||3 1/4 cups|
|30Kg (66lb)||3 Cups||4 1/3 cups|
|40Kg (88lb)||3 3/4 cups||5 1/3 cups|
|50Kg (110lb)||4 1/3 cups||6 1/3cups|
|60Kg (132lb)||5 cups||7 1/4 cups|
† Use a standard 250ml/120g measuring cup. Serve dry or lightly moistened. See your veterinarian regularly. To help maintain freshness, we recommend sealing the bag tightly and storing it in a cool, dry location.
ACANA Sport & Agility is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for all life stages.
Unique compared to conventional foods, ACANA delivers more calories from protein and fat, and fewer calories from carbohydrates, reducing the risk of obesity and promoting your dog’s peak health.
Metabolizable Energy is 3725 kcal/kg (447 kcal per 250ml/120g cup), with 33% from protein, 17% from fruits and vegetables, and 50% from fat.
MEAT-BASED FOODS THAT MIRROR YOUR DOG’S EVOLUTIONARY DIET.
The grey wolf is ancestor to all dogs. While years of breeding have produced hundreds of ‘different-looking wolves’, the internal workings of modern dogs and their wolf cousins remain unchanged, so it’s no surprise that their dietary needs remain the same too.
Our award-winning Biologically Appropriate philosophy is simple: mirror the quantity, freshness, and variety of meat that dogs have evolved to eat, while limiting synthetic ingredients that don’t belong in your dog’s natural diet.
RICH IN MEAT (75%)
Your dog is biologically adapted for a diet rich in meat. That’s why we loaded ACANA Sport & Agility with 75% meat, including free-run chicken, wild-caught flounder, plus cage-free eggs sourced from regional farms.
Compare to conventional dog foods which often contain very little meat, and seldom from the human-consumption chain.
HIGH FRESH MEAT INCLUSIONS (1/3)
Meat is in its most natural and nourishing form when it’s FRESH. That’s why 1/3 of the poultry, fish, and eggs in ACANA are authentically fresh and loaded with goodness and taste, and other 2/3 are dried or oils to provide a strong and natural source of meat protein.
Compare to conventional dog foods which seldom contain authentically fresh meat.
A VARIETY OF WHOLE MEATS
In nature, dogs benefit from an assortment of prey animals. That’s why ACANA features a diversity of free-run chicken and whole, wild-caught fish in richly nourishing WholePrey ratios of meat, organs, and cartilage or bone that mimic the natural diet, eliminating the long lists of synthetic additives in conventional dog foods.
Compare to conventional dog foods which feature one or two meats, seldom in WholePrey ratios, and feature long lists of synthetic additives.
RICH IN MEAT PROTEIN (35%)
ACANA derives its rich protein content from quality animal ingredients, supporting lean muscle mass and nourishing your dog according to his evolutionary needs.
Compare to conventional dog foods which are either typically low in protein (and high in carbohydrates) or use inappropriate plant protein concentrates to elevate their protein claims.
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