Wild Boar Frozen Patties EntreePackage Size: 6 lbs | Protein: Pork
Take a walk on the wild side with this exotic mealtime option – Frozen Wild Boar Patties. Great for dogs that have allergies to other proteins like beef, turkey or chicken. Each patty is flash frozen to lock in essential nutrients. Made from wild caught boar, this is an ultimate limited ingredient meal – nothing but meat, organs and bones in this complete and balanced entree.
- Ultimate limited ingredient diet with single source protein
- Complete and balanced entree
- No artificial ingredients, no added hormones or antibiotics
- Made with whole meat, organs and bones – no fillers or flavorings
- Wild caught
- USA sourced, made and packaged
- Gluten Free, Grain Free, Guilt Free®
Ground wild boar with bone, wild boar liver, wild boar lung, wild boar heart, wild boar kidney, wild boar blood, wild boar trachea, herring oil, d-alpha tocopherol
|Crude Protein, min.||14.5%|
|Crude Fat, min.||9.0%|
|Crude Fiber, max.||1.5%|
Daily Feeding Guidelines:
|6 lbs||1/4 patty|
|12 lbs||1/2 patty|
|25 lbs||1 patty|
|50 lbs||2 patties|
|100 lbs||4 patties|
Daily feeding is based on feeding 2% of body weight. Growing puppies and pregnant or nursing dogs may require as much as 3-4% of body weight fed daily during early growth and high bio-performance requirement periods.
Transitioning to Raw Food:
Switch to a purely raw diet slowly. Some pets may take to raw immediately, while others may take longer because they are hooked on the added flavorings in traditional pet food. Take at least 10 days to 2 weeks to gradually transition your pet’s diet. This gives the digestive system time to adjust to the new food.
Preparation & Storage:
Feed as a complete meal after thawing daily portion in refrigerator. Always provide access to clean, fresh water. Store frozen product in freezer till ready to use. Best if fed within 4-5 days of thawing (varies based on fridge temperature.)
Wash hands, utensils, counters, food dishes and related areas thoroughly with hot, soapy water after each feeding.
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