- Feeding Instructions
- Nutritional Info
OC Raw Dog is dedicated to providing a nutritionally complete and balance dog food using premium muscle cuts and fresh fruit and vegetables.
OC Raw Dog's Chicken's & Produce 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.
The value of freeze dried is it's versatility. It can used a treat, topper, training tool, or as a complete diet both re-hydrated or freeze dried. If you are using as a complete diet without re-hydrating be sure to have ample water available.
- Simple ingredients
- Grain and gluten free
- Complete and balanced freeze-dried nutrition
- Plus fruit & vegetables
- 90% meat, bone and organ
- 10% fruit, vegetables and supplement
- Made in USA
We recommend 2%-3% of your dog's healthy body weight being daily based on life stage and energy requirements. For puppies and pregnant/lactating females, we recommend 4%-6% of body weight daily. For senior or weight conscious dogs, we recommend 1.5%-2% of body weight daily depending on the fat content of the different proteins.
The chart below is a general feeding guideline:
|Dog's Weight||10 Lbs||25 Lbs||50 Lbs||75 Lbs||100 Lbs|
|Of Patties per Day's||2 - 3||8 - 12||16 - 24||24 - 36||32 - 48|
* For petties equal approximately one (1) once. These quantities are suggested guidelines and recommendations. Always consult with your veterinarian for specific calorie and nutritional requirements.
Save Handling Instructions : For maximum freshness we recommended you store this food in this bag and keep it sealed when not in use. Store at room temperature in a cool, dry space. We recommended you store this food separate from ready-to-eat foods and always wash your hands, bowls and handling surfaces with hot soapy water after use. If the food is not completely consumed within 2 hours you may store it in the refrigerator until the next feeding after 24 hour discard any leftovers.
Chicken, ground chicken bone, chicken liver, chicken gizzard, carrots, apples, broccoli, spinach, acorn squash, beets, cod liver oil (source of Omega 3), parsley, blueberries, calcium carbonate.
4,484 kcal/kg and 127 kcal/oz