Item code: PEP-00251
Beef provides superior muscle building protein
Beef contains high levels of creatine, minerals, and B vitamins which help in red blood cell production and protein metabolism - all of which will help build lean muscle tissue.
Optimal protein/vegetable/fruit ratio for a complete & balanced meal FOR YOUR DOG: 70% wholesome meats & organs / 30% whole, fresh vegetables & fruits
Grain-free food (no wheat, corn, rice, potato, etc.)
Individual patties are flash frozen to seal in maximum freshness
USDA inspected beef, beef hearts, beef liver,
beef kidney, carrots, broccoli, Napa cabbage, pumpkin,
apples, ground eggshells, parsley, apple cider vinegar,
organic cold-pressed flax seed oil, wild salmon oil, safflower oil, natural vitamin E, organic kelp, ground chicory root,
organic rosemary leaf, organic wheatgrass, organic alfafla, turmeric
Crude Protein: 13% min
Crude Fat: 10% min
Crude Fiber: 2% max
Moisture: 68% max
Ash: 2% max
Calcium: 0.65% min
Phosphorous: 0.40% min
Caloric contect: 385 kcal per 1/2 lb. patty
Keep patties frozen until ready to thaw.
Place needed amount in a sealed container and leave in the refrigerator to thaw overnight.
For quick thawing, place patties in a sealed zip-lock bag and rest in cold water for 10 to 20 minutes.
Should your dog prefer his or her food warmed up, add a bit of warm water or broth and mix in.
We do not recommend microwaving, since it diminishes the nutritional value of the ingredients.
Wash your hands and any surfaces that come in contact to raw food with warm soapy water.
Wash your dog's bowl after each feeding.
Should your dog not finish the meal within 30 minutes, remove and discard the remains.
Make sure young children do not have access to the raw food.
Are based on suggested daily intake of a moderately active adult dog.
Increase feeding portions by 35% to 50% from the indicated guidelines when feeding puppies and pregnant or nursing moms.
Individual requirements may vary based on your dog's life stage, activity level, breed and general health.
Transition to a raw diet should be done gradually, preferably over a period of 7 to 10 days.