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Wild Boar Complete For Dogs
0.5lb - 2
Wild Boar and Veggie meals are made from human grade, non-medicated wild boar meat, wild boar organs and organic vegetables.
A great meal for dogs with food allergies and sensitivities, and a way to add some fun variety to any raw diet rotation.
No additives, preservatives or fillers.
Wild boar is high in protein and rich in iron, niacin, selenium, thiamine, vitamin B6 and zinc. Wild boar meat is darker than other pork and much lower in saturated fat than its domestic cousins. It’s another free-ranging meat source raised without antibiotics, steroids or other human intervention.
Red, yellow and green veggies are a great source of antioxidants and phytonutrients for your pet. Ours are blended for maximum absorption.
75% MEAT AND ORGAN / 25% VEGGIES
Non-medicated hormone-free wild boar meat, wild boar heart, wild boar tongue, wild boar liver, wild boar spleen, organic: chard, sweet potato, squash, celery, lettuce, beets, buffalo bone powder, probiotic (lactobacillus casei K9-1, lactobacillus fermentum K9-2, beet root, chamomile, fennel).
Follow this general range according to your dog’s weight:
For adult Dogs Under 15 lbs with a moderate activity level:
Up to 5 lbs: 5% of their body weight
From 6-10 lbs: 4% of their body weight
From 11-15 lbs: 3% of their body weight
To gain or lose weight: +1% or -1% accordingly
For adult Dogs Over 15 lbs with a moderate activity level:
2% of their body weight to maintain
To gain or lose weight: 2% of target weight
Puppies may need as much as 10% of their body weight in food and pregnant and lactating dams also need an increase throughout gestation and especially during lactation.
From 2-4 months: 6-10% of their body weight
From 4-7 months: 4-5% of their body weight
From 7-12 months: 3-4% of their body weight
From 12+ months: 2% of their body weight
Pregnant & Lactating Dams:
Gestation from 0-5 weeks: 2% of their body weight
Gestation from 5 weeks-delivery: 3% of body weight
Lactation from 1-3 weeks: 3-4% of body weight
Lactation from 3+ weeks: 5-6% of body weight
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