Canine Raw Freeze-Dried Nuggets
Manufactured in USA
No Synthetic Vitamins
- Fresh pork for superior levels of amino and essential fatty acids
- Organic produce for food-derived vitamins A, B-complex, C, and D
- Finely ground, fresh pork bones for optimum levels of calcium
|Crude Protein||39% min|
|Crude Fat||22% min|
|Crude Fiber||1% max|
1 ounce = approx. 3 -4 nuggets
Pork 85% Produce & Supplements 15% Organ Meat 8% Bone Content 6% CA-to-P Ratio 1:1Primal Pet Foods Canine Freeze-Dried Complete Pork Formula is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for all life stages including growth of large size dogs (70 lbs or more as an adult).
Vitamin A 236000 IU/kg Thiamin: B1 13.80 mg/kg Riboflavin: B2 29.60 mg/kg Niacin: B3 135.00 mg/kg Pantothenic Acid: B5 139.00 mg/kg Pyridoxine: B6 1.96 mg/kg Folate: B9 1.15 mg/kg Vitamin B12 0.16 mg/kg Vitamin C 15.00 mg/kg Vitamin D 2480.00 IU/kg Vitamin E 30.00 IU/kg
Calcium 1.27% Copper 15.30ppm Iodine 0.60ppm Iron 296.00ppm Magnesium 0.11% Manganese 7.50ppm Phosphorus 1.27% Potassium 1.08% Selenium 0.47ppm Sodium 0.33% Zinc 96.30ppm
Omega 3 1.50 g/lb Omega 6 28.80 g/lb
Arginine 3.65% Cystine 0.51% Histidine 1.69% Isoleucine 1.92% Leucine 4.05% Lysine 4.09% Methionine 1.32% Phenylalanine 2.20% Threonine 2.36% Tryptophan 0.57% Tyrosine 2.09% Valine 2.64% Taurine 0.22%
Freeze-dried food is shelf-stable and should be kept in a cool, dry place.
Once rehydrated, keep refrigerated and feed within 5 days for optimum freshness.
Canine Raw Freeze-Dried Nuggets are available in 5.5oz. and 14oz. resealable bags.
Safe Handling Tips
Wash all work surfaces, utensils, hands, and food bowls with hot, soapy water after handling raw meats and poultry.
Keep raw meat and poultry away from children and separate from other foods.
Preparation & Serving
Rehydrate food with warm water, Bone Broth, or Raw Goat Milk to ensure optimum nutrient absorption. We recommend thoroughly incorporating one tablespoon of hydration for every nugget served.
Use stainless steel bowls when feeding any raw product. Other materials, such as plastic and porcelain, are porous and can trap germs over time.