Canine Raw Frozen Pronto
Manufactured in USA
No Synthetic Vitamins
- Fresh duck for superior levels of amino and essential fatty acids
- Organic produce for food-derived vitamins A, B-complex, C, and D
- Finely ground, fresh duck bones for optimum levels of calcium
|Crude Protein||15% min|
|Crude Fat||10% min|
|Crude Fiber||2% max|
1 measured cup of Pronto = approx. 4 oz
Carbohydrates 1.7% Duck 78% Produce & Supplements 22% Organ Meat 8% Bone Content 10% CA-to-P Ratio 1.22:1Primal Pet Foods Canine Complete Duck Formula is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for all life stages except for growth of large size dogs (70 lbs or more as an adult).
Vitamin A 19736 IU/kg Thiamin: B1 4.02 mg/kg Riboflavin: B2 1.38 mg/kg Niacin: B3 12.6 mg/kg Pantothenic Acid: B5 5.38 mg/kg Pyridoxine: B6 2.83 mg/kg Folate: B9 0.17 mg/kg Vitamin B12 0.05 mg/kg Vitamin C 36.05 mg/kg Vitamin D 640.02 IU/kg Vitamin E 47.03 IU/kg
Calcium 0.39% Copper 11.00ppm Iodine 0.18ppm Iron 48.00ppm Magnesium 0.06% Manganese 5.00ppm Phosphorus 0.32% Potassium 0.26% Selenium 0.18ppm Sodium 0.09% Zinc 41.00ppm
Omega 3 1.34 g/lb Omega 6 6.70 g/lb
Arginine 1.38% Cystine 0.33% Histidine 0.57% Isoleucine 1.11% Leucine 1.82% Lysine 1.84% Methionine 0.58% Phenylalanine 0.91% Threonine 0.93% Tryptophan 0.30% Tyrosine 0.82% Valine 1.13% Taurine 0.05%
Keep our Raw Frozen Pronto frozen until ready to serve.
Thawed Raw Frozen foods will maintain optimum freshness for up to 5 days under refrigeration.
Duck, Lamb, Turkey & Sardine, and Pork Canine Raw Frozen Pronto are available in 4 lb 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
To serve, simply remove bag from your freezer, scoop the appropriate amount into your pet's bowl, and allow to thaw. Only serve Primal raw foods when completely thawed—frozen foods can be difficult for animals to digest. Never microwave any pet food.
Use stainless steel bowls when feeding any raw product. Other materials, such as plastic and porcelain, are porous and can trap germs over time.