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Review:The availability of this is pretty limited as of now, but this is certainly a top tier food that is worthy of consideration by anybody. One thing I liked about this manufacturer was that they gave explanations of why they included each and every ingredient in their foods. This differs from manufacturers which boast about quality ingredients, but slip in brewers rice★ Waste product from breweries, cheap, non-nutritive filler can be harsh on intestines and lead to diabetes. or soybean meal★★★ Dogs can not digest soybeans, can cause bloating or death. Good source of protein and fiber for cats. in and hope nobody knows the better.
They make a couple varieties of food; this is for the food that’s 30 percent protein and an “every day” type food. The other variety is a more high performance food for the more active of dogs.
The proteins are great, with chicken and eggs★★★★ Good source of protein, free of shell. present. Salmon oil, canola oil★★★★★ Excellent source of fat for energy and healthy coat contains 10% omega 3 fatty acids and half the saturated fat found in other vegetable oils commonly used in pet food. and flaxseed★★★★★ Whole seeds provide best omega-3 fatty acids and nutritive fiber. meal are excellent fatty acid choices. The vitamin supplements are welcome as well. All in all, a terrific food if you are in its distribution area.
What’s good about this food….
Excellent protein choices, grain choices are high quality but limited, great Omega acid sources.
….and what’s not so good.
Low ash chicken meal, brown rice★★ Brown rice is cheap filler, does not have to be whole ground when used in dry foods! Usually found whole in cans.
★★ Brown rice flour★★ Brown rice is cheap filler, does not have to be whole ground when used in dry foods! Usually found whole in cans.
★★ Brown rice flour is cheap filler.
★★★★★ Whole grain in pure form is nutritive. is cheap filler.
★★★★★ Whole grain in pure form is nutritive. flour, chicken fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols★★★★ Natural Vitamin E★★★ Antioxidant used as food preservative. preservative. and citric acid★★★ Vitamin C, immune stimulant, antioxidant and anti-carcinogenic.), oat flour, beet pulp★ Sugar-filled fiber/filler, can lead to hyperactivity and diabetes. Can be addicting to some pets., dried egg product★ Cheap source of protein, waste product of egg industry, free of shell., rice bran, low ash herring meal, flax seed★★★★★ Whole seeds provide best omega-3 fatty acids and nutritive fiber. meal, salmon oil, canola oil★★★★★ Excellent source of fat for energy and healthy coat contains 10% omega 3 fatty acids and half the saturated fat found in other vegetable oils commonly used in pet food., salt★ Used to cover up rancid meat and fat, can cause kidney and heart disease, hypertension — used to encourage cats to drink, source of sodium chloride., dried chicory root, calcium carbonate★★★ Standard source of calcium, promotes strong bones, teeth, cardiovascular health and skeletal strength, used as a buffer to acidic foods., potassium chloride★★★ Standard source of potassium, balances acid/alkaline levels., yucca shidigera extract, vitamins (niacin★★★ Standard source, promotes proper digestion, healthy skin and nerves. supplement, vitamin E★★★ Antioxidant used as food preservative. supplement, d-calcium pantothenate★★★ Standard source of a B-complex vitamin B5, supports adrenal activity., vitamin A supplement★★★ Standard source of A, vital to immune function, develops strong eyes and bones, lowers risk to cancer., biotin★★★ Standard source to promote healthy skin and coat., riboflavin★★★ Standard source of Vitamin B2, necessary to energy production, fat and carbohydrate metabolism. supplement), dried Enterococcus faecium★★★ Gimmicky probiotic to aid digestion, not enough to help and can not stand up to heat processing. fermentation product, dried Saccharomyces cerevisiae fermentation product, dried Lactobacillus acidophilus fermentation product, kelp meal, psyllium seed husks, L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate★★ Cheap, feed-grade source of Vitamin C, used as supplement, non-assimilated., trace minerals (iron sulfate, zinc oxide★★★ Standard source of zinc, protects against free radicals, essential to insulin formation and immune function., manganous oxide★★★ Standard source, manganese is necessary to development of strong bones and enzyme activators, enhances immune system., copper sulfate★★★ Standard source, aids in bone formation, iron absorption and protein metabolism., cobalt carbonate★★★ Standard source of cobalt, improves use, needed for B12 synthesis., sodium selenite★★★ Standard source of selenium, powerful anti-oxidant protects the body from free radicals and heavy metals, supports immune response., ethylenediaminedihydiodide), chelated trace minerals (zinc amino acid chelate★★★★ Better source of zinc, improves use, protects against free radicals, essential to insulin formation and immune function., manganese amino acid chelate★★★★ Better source of manganese necessary to development of strong bones and enzyme activators, enhances immune system., copper amino acid chelate★★★★ Better source of copper, improves use, needed for iron absorption, bone formation, protein metabolism and blood clotting.), L-carnitine★★ Supplements poor meat source diets, a B-vitamin factor naturally found in meat, important in regulating fat metabolism., rosemary extract★★★★★ Natural preservative, concentrated..