PREMIUM PLUS is a 100% natural meal for dogs with sensitive stomachs. PREMIUM PLUS is prepared with more meat. It is also free of wheat, corn, gluten and preservatives: ingredients that are often associated with allergies, digestive problems and diarrhea.
PREMIUM PLUS is prepared with lean, fresh, high-protein, low-carb meats with moderate amounts of fat, offal, vegetables and supplements. This formula is tested on dogs by way of blood sample collection. PREMIUM PLUS is a complete and balanced meal, which contains the 36 essential nutrients as listed by the AAFCO. This blend was also formulated to meet the NRC’s nutritional levels.
INGREDIENTS: 30% grain-fed chicken with 10% finely ground meaty bones, 40% beef, 10% beef offal (liver, heart, kidney, spleen), 10% vegetables and interchangeable fruits (carrots, pumpkins, squash, zucchini, beets, apples, ceteris, sweet potatoes, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, etc.), unpasteurized apple cider vinegar, organic kelp, canola oil, alfalfa, ground flaxseed, turmeric, Brewer's Yeast, glucosamine HCL, vitamin E, supplements developed by NATURVET Kelp Help™ Supplement Powder supplements.
Nutrient Analysis (Analysis guaranteed by 100 g)
- Crude protein: min 16%
- Fat: min 9.0%
- Moisture: max 65%
- Crude fibre: max 2%
- pH: max 1.6%
- Ca: min 1.2%
- Calories: min 142 k cal / 100 g
WARNING: All our recipes are made with fresh ingredients, suitable for human consumption; however, they are adapted exclusively for animal consumption. Our meals were designed to meet the nutritional needs of dogs as of 4 weeks of age. The recommended daily intake is approximately 2% to 3% of the adult dog’s body weight and may vary from one dog to another. Your dog’s age and level of activity must be taken into account. Puppies and pregnant or lactating females must eat between 4% and 6% of their body weight per day. This product may contain beets which could affect the colour of dog's (or animal's) urine. Wash your hands before and after handling the food.
NOTICE: It is important to not mix kibble and raw in the same meal because raw food is digested quickly whereas kibble takes longer and is harder for the dog to digest. For an adult dog, you should fast the animal for 12-24 hours ensuring that water is available at all times before introducing a thawed raw meal for the first week. Once the transition is completed, you can give your dog frozen or semi-thawed meals to help clean its teeth. Fasting does not apply to puppies or pregnant females.