Steve's Real Food Freeze Dried Lamu Diet for dogs and cats 1.25 lbs
Lamb and Emu make of this highly palatable freeze dried food. The lean emu meat makes for a very high protein, low fat diet that is high in iron. We also added green lipped mussels to boost the manganese. This complete and balanced formula is perfect for allergy pets or picky eaters. The lamb is sourced from USDA facilities in New Zealand and the Emu comes from a local farm in North Carolina.
Our complete and balanced beef diet for dogs and cats are made from grass-fed, grass-finished, antibiotic-free meats.
Ground Lamb, Lamb Heart, Emu Liver, Ground Emu, Broccoli, Carrots, Apples, Emu Bone, Green Lipped Mussel, Romaine Lettuce, Goat Milk, Flaxseed, Dried Kelp, Salmon Oil, Coconut Oil, Inulin, Chia Seeds, Taurine, Mixed Tocopherols, Ground Eggshell, Dicalcium Phosphate
Nutritional Fast Facts
- Calories: 5030 per kg (135 per Cup)
- Calcium to Phosphate: 1.06:1
- B.A.R.F Formulation
- 80% Meat/Organ/Bone 20%
- Carbohydrates: 1.8%
- PH Level: 6.2 S.U.
- Protein: 50.4% minimum
- Fat: 35.0% minimum
- Fiber: 1.5% maximum
- Moisture: 4.7% maximum
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If you have never fed raw before, you may be surprised as you watch your dog's health improve while they transition to a healthier diet. It's important to be aware of how much you should be feeding your pet. When you feed your pet a raw food diet, they will often require less food than if you were to feed them a kibble/grain-based diet, because the food has so much more nutritional value.
There are a few factors that will affect the recommended amount to feed your pet, such as age, activity level, and weight goals.
We use the bodyweight percentage rule, which estimates feeding amounts based on the weight of your pet. For example, if you have a 50-pound adult Australian Shepherd, then you would want to feed them 2.5% of their body weight, which is 1.25 lb (daily).
Dog: 50lbs x 2.5% = 1.25 lbs
Cat: 5 lbx x 2.5% = 0.125 lbs
Body Weight Percentage Recommendation: We suggest that you feed your pet the following percentages based on their activity and weight goals.