Acana Grass Fed Lamb Dog Treats (35 GM)
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Acana Grass Fed Lamb Dog Treats
For Sensitive stomach: Recommended for dogs with a sensitive digestive system
Protein Rich: Made with a single protein source, i.e. 50% Lamb
Easy to digest Made with Human Grade ingredients Healthy: Contains Calcium, Omega fatty acids, DHA
A diet made with a single protein source, Acana Grass-Fed Lamb Dog Treat is apt for the Dogs with a sensitive digestive system. This is a limited ingredient diet having a single protein source, i.e. 50 percent lamb, that is light on the digestive system and suitable for all breeds of Dog with sensitive tummies.
Available in Weight 35 gm and 92gm per bag Suitable for all breeds at any stage of life Highly Organic
Crude protein (min.) 30% Crude fat (min.) 40% Crude fiber (max.) 6% Moisture (max.) 2%
With a mission of bringing a new standard in pet food, Acana is committed to-
- Provide a diet which is according to their natural evolution
- Prepare food with regionally harvested ingredients
- Design to nourish pets completely
Acana makes Biologically Appropriate dog and cat foods from Fresh Regional Ingredients, which are prepared from start to finish in their very own award-winning kitchen based in Canada.
Champion Petfoods is an award-winning pet food maker with a reputation of trust spanning more than a quarter century.
Raw grass-fed lamb (18%), lamb meat meal (18%), whole green peas, whole red lentils, raw lamb liver (4%), lamb fat (4%), fresh red delicious apples (4%), whole garbanzo beans, whole green lentils, whole yellow peas, raw lamb tripe (2%), raw lamb kidney (2%), dried lamb cartilage (2%), lentil fibre, marine algae (1.2%) (pure and sustainable source of DHA and EPA), fresh whole butternut squash, fresh whole pumpkin, dried brown kelp, freeze-dried lamb liver (0.1%), salt, fresh whole cranberries, fresh whole blueberries, chicory root, turmeric root, milk thistle, burdock root, lavender, marshmallow root, rosehips, Enterococcus faecium