A duck-and-salmon combo like you’ve never seen before! This healthy alternative is inspired by nature and provides a nice balance of meat and fish.
Duck & Salmon
Duck (including bones), Duck heart, Salmon, Duck liver, Pumpkin, Bok choy, Blueberry, Brewer’s yeast, Probiotic (bacilli and lactobacillus sp.), Sea salt, Beetroot, Choline chloride (B-complex vitamin), Organic kelp, Vitamin E supplement, Zinc protein, Iron protein, Copper protein, Manganese protein.
- Calories 358 per 1/2 lb
- Protein 15%
- Crude Fat (min.) 9%
- Moisture (max.) 72%
- Crude Fiber (max.) 0.04%
- Omega-3 fatty acids (min.) 0.30%
- Omega-6 fatty acids (min.) 0.68%
- Ca/P Ratio 1.53:1
|Dog’s Weight||Daily Portion|
|10 LB / 4.5 KG|
|20 LB / 9.1 KG|
|30 LB / 13.6 KG|
|40 LB / 18.1 KG|
|50 LB / 22.7 KG|
|60 LB / 27.2 KG|
|70 LB / 31.6 KG|
|80 LB / 36.3 KG|
|90 LB / 40.8 KG|
|100 LB / 45.3 KG|
|110 LB / 49.9 KG|
|120 LB / 54.4 KG|
One medaillon = 1/2 Lb.
For puppies, double the suggested portion for their first year.
These instructions are intended as a guide. Feel free to adjust the portions based on your pet’s age and activity level.
Thaw in the fridge overnight. Once thawed, a portion can stay in the fridge for up to three days. Don’t leave thawed food at room temperature for more than 15 minutes.
Wash your hands after handling the raw food and clean all surfaces that may have come into contact with raw food.
- Skip 1 or 2 meals to allow the digestive system to rid itself of its previous diet.
(skip this step for puppies)
- Add 1/2 cup of hot water to the medallions for a week. This will make the transition process easier.
- Transition completed! Stop adding water after the week-long introductory period and serve raw.