Healthy Paws - Complete Dinner - VenisonRegular price $45.90
Healthy Paws Complete Diets (12 x 226g / 8oz Patties) are formulated to provide a complete and balanced diet. This product is available in 7 different proteins and in 3 different variety packs to provide diversity to your dog's diet. Each formula is based on a minimum 85/15 ratio of meat to fruit/vegetable blend. They have also added ground kelp and cold water fish oil to ensure the proper levels of Omega 3 and 6 as well as trace minerals. In non-avian protein formulas they have added raw bone powder to provide the correct levels and ratios of calcium and phosphorus. All of their meat is human-grade, contains no preservatives and is hormone and antibiotic free. Each box contains 12 individually vacuum sealed 226g / 8oz patties to preserve freshness as well as to provide a convenient way to handle the product for thawing and serving.
The Healthy Paws Venison formula contains venison trim, hearts and organs from farm-raised elk in the foothills of Alberta. It is raised without the use of antibiotics or hormones. Whenever possible, the vegetables and fruits used are purchased weekly from local suppliers. The kelp is sourced from the shores of Nova Scotia and the fish oil is a blend of sardine and herring oil from the North Atlantic.
Elk meat is a fast growing protein as it has many health advantages over other red meats. It is a very lean meat containing lower fat levels, particularly cholesterol, versus other red meats, and is a favourite meal choice for those pet owners who are looking for a beef alternative due to an allergy issue. Elk is rich in Vitamin B, phosphorus, zinc and iron and low in sodium.Ingredients: Venison, lamb with bone, lamb organ (liver, heart, kidney), kale, cauliflower, yams, carrots, cucumbers, apples, celery, romaine, cold water fish oil, (herring, sardine), Atlantic sea kelp, HealthyPawsTM K9-5 Probiotic Blend (organic agave inulin, chamomile flower, Lactobacillus casei K9-1, Lactobacillus fermentum K9-2, Lactobacillus reuteri WF-1, Enterococcus faecium, Pediococcus acidilactici)