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<b>Mountain Dog</b><br>Turkey with Vegetables and Fruits<br>12lb - 19lb

Mountain Dog

Mountain Dog
Turkey with Vegetables and Fruits
12lb - 19lb

  • $3099


All products are from human grade sources and CFIA inspected facilities, with no fillers, no colorants, no grain, and no preservatives.

Build Your Own products for the do-it-yourself pet owner, who just requires the base products and will build their own diet

Complete diets for the pet owner who might tailor their own supplements

Premium products for the pet owner who prefers a fully supplemented diet

Plain ground Turkey with bone, carrots, celery, alfalfa, apples, yams

Based on 100g as-fed

Crude Protein:13.04g

Crude Fat:8.70g

Arginine:1.29g

Histidine:0.55g

Isoleucine:0.93g

Leucine:1.44g

Lysine:1.66g

Methionine-Cystine:0.72g

Phenylalanine-Tyrosine:1.43g

Threonine:0.81g

Tryptophan:0.21g

Valine:0.97g

Linoleic Acid:1.65g

Calcium:1371.22mg

Phosphorous:726.36mg

Potassium:405.37mg

Sodium:117.46mg

Magnesium:54.08mg

Iron:3.13mg

Copper:0.15mg

Manganese:0.19mg

Zinc:2.13mg

Selenium:22.48µg

Vitamin A:2862.50IU

Vitamin E:0.89mg

Thiamin:0.09mg

Riboflavin:0.21mg

Pantothenic Acid:0.91mg

Niacin:4.02mg

Vitamin B6:0.44mg

Folate:30.68µg

Vitamin B12:0.37µg

Choline:53.30µg

Adults

Adult dogs are generally recommended to eat once a day. This allows the digestive system to fully stretch and utilize all of the glands in the digestive tract. Dogs, like wolves are designed to take on lots of food at once and then fast for a period of time.

The Following is just a guideand needs to be adjusted according age and activity level:

Lose Weight 1.5% of body weight

Maintain Weight 2.5% of body weight

Maintain Weight (High Energy) 3% of body weight

Weight Gain 3% of body weight

Puppies

Feed your puppy 4 meals a day up until he is four months of age this can then be reduced to three meals a day then 2 meals from 6 months onwards. Begin by feeding 5% - 8% of his body weight per day split between the meals. This amount will increase as he grows, you will need to have him weighed regularly and continue to feed him on this method.


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