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A lot of ingredients go into making a nutritious, healthy dog food like ours. Even though it may seem like many items, it’s important to remember that our formula is complete and nutritionally balanced. That means that if your dog eats only our food, they will be getting the complete, balanced set of nutrients they need to live a healthy life.
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Our Lamb Meal is a premium, high quality protein that is a highly digestible nutrient source.
What's the difference between Lamb and Lamb Meal? A “meal” is a concentrated (water and fat removed) version of a protein source. Most foods contain quite a bit of water, so the meal versions are concentrated and are far more rich, without being watered down. As a result, Lamb Meal contains 300% more protein than fresh lamb!
You may have also read that “Meals” are bad because you don't know what’s in them. There is some truth to that - when it comes to meals in dog food, you want to look for specifics! A food that just says “Meat Meal” or “Meal Byproduct” may be hiding something because you simply don't know what they mean by “Meat”.
With our food, you know that “Lamb Meal” is made from fresh Lamb, with no “by-products”, “digests”, or unspecified meats - just high quality concentrated Lamb.
Sweet potatoes are a source of complex carbohydrates that offer an alternative to traditional carbohydrate choices for pets. The sweet potato is known for being a superb source of energy, fiber, potassium, B vitamins, beta-carotene, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, calcium, and iron. Their natural sweetness provides a taste your pets will love.
Peas are a valuable ingredient because they contain twice the protein of most vegetables. They are good sources of vitamin A, vitamin C, and some B-complex vitamins— thiamine, riboflavin, and niacin. Peas are also good sources of calcium, iron, phosphorus, and potassium. The insoluble fiber present helps intestinal mobility.
Lentils are a very good source of dietary fiber, and they contain virtually no fat. Lentils also provide good to excellent amounts of seven important minerals, the B vitamins, and protein.
A nutritious vegetable that is high in protein and a great source of zinc, copper, and iron.
This mixture of tomato skins, pulp, and crushed seeds is an excellent source of soluble fiber. It is also a concentrated source of bioflavonoids, which may aid in reducing free radicals produced by oxidation reactions in the body.
Helps to maintain a healthy urinary tract as Cranberries help to regulate urinary pH.
Blueberries are a good source of vitamins C and E, complex carbohydrates, and fiber.
A vegetable based protein source loaded with high quality, palatable, and digestible proteins.It also has a fair amount of important amino acids.
Similar to lamb, duck is another highly digestible, low-fat nutrient source
A concentrated source of salmon, which is great for omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, and other important nutrients.
Chicken fat is a quality source of essential fatty acids and an excellent source of energy. Fat has a positive effect on the immune system and plays a beneficial role in stress response. Essential fatty acids are required for proper growth, reproduction, normal skin structure, and a healthy coat. Because chicken fat contains virtually no protein, its use does not cause allergic reactions associated with the use of fresh chicken or chicken meal, both of which contain high amounts of protein.
Helps make our food taste great!
An excellent source of fatty acids that promotes healthy skin and coat
While we know too much salt isn't healthy for humans, salt (specifically sodium) is an essential ingredient that both humans and dogs need. AAFCO actually requires a minimum sodium level of 0.30% for this reason, and our food is 0.32%.
Helps make your dog's stool not smell as bad. (We do what we can!)
A great source of Iodine
A natural antioxidant used to help keep our food fresh
Our recipe is a complete and balanced food source, which means our food has to contain everything necessary for your dog to be healthy. There are a lot of vitamins and minerals important to the health of your dog that simply aren’t found, or aren’t available in high enough quantities with many of the main proteins we make food out of. Due to their importance to your dog’s diet and health, we supplement them in our food. They may have complicated and hard-to-pronounce names, but don’t let that scare you away. We’ve gone through each one here to explain why we’ve added it to our food, and why it’s important.
Potassium is another important ingredient that dogs need, but it’s hard to get the required amount from other sources alone, so we supplement our food with a small amount.
Powerful antioxidant which helps prevent cancer, heart disease, and cell damage. Can also reduce blood pressure and promotes a healthy coat.
A source of Vitamin C
A source of Vitamin B3, which helps with good circulation and healthy skin.
A source of Vitamin B5, which is important for adrenal activity.
A source of Vitamin B2, essential for red blood cell formation as well as important in the prevention and treatment of cataracts. Can also aid growth of hair, skin and nails.
Promotes healthy skin and coat.
Helps to prevent anemia, as well as protection of the nervous system.
A source of Vitamin B1, helpful for a good mental attitude and healthy nervous system.
Most humans can get Vitamin D from the sun, but our pets can’t because of their thick coats. Vitamin D helps the body process calcium which is important for bone health and teeth.
Used for blood building and DNA synthesis.
A vital nutrient that is a good source of iron, which is important for red blood cell production.
A source of Zinc. Zinc is essential for insulin formation and immune function, as well as protection against free radicals. It can support growth and mental awareness as well as accelerating the healing process.
An excellent source of iron needed for help reproduction of red blood cells
Important for bone formation, protein metabolism, and iron absorption.
A source of manganese, which is necessary for the development of strong bones and a healthy immune system. Also needed for blood sugar relation and healthy nerves, in addition to thyroid hormone production.
Copper is actually one of the AAFCO required minerals and this is a source of copper
A source of manganese which is important to the development of strong bones and a healthy immune system
An essential element for normal cell function.
A source of iodine which promotes strong bones, teeth, skeletal strength, and cardiovascular health. Protects and helps to build healthy bones and teeth as well as maintain a regular heartbeat and prevention of muscle cramping.
Lamb Meal, Sweet Potato, Peas, Lentils, Pea Protein, Chicken Fat (Preserved with Mixed Tocopherols), Duck Meal, Chickpeas, Salmon Meal, Flax Seed Meal, Spray Dried Egg Product, Natural Flavor, Tomato Pomace, Menhaden Fish Oil, Salt, Dried Cranberries, Dried Blueberries, Potassium Chloride, Yucca Schidigera Extract, Lactobacillus Acidophilus Fermentation Product, Vitamin E Supplement, Ascorbic Acid, Niacin Supplement, Organic Dried Kelp, d-Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin Supplement, Biotin, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Vitamin A Supplement, Pyridoxine, Hydrochloride, Citric Acid, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid, Ferrous Sulfate, Zinc Sulfate, Zinc Proteinate, Iron Proteinate, Copper Sulfate, Zinc Oxide, Manganese Sulfate, Manganese Proteinate, Copper Proteinate, Manganous Oxide, Sodium Selenite, Calcium Iodate.
|Crude Protein (min)||31.0%|
|Crude Fat (min)||15.0%|
|Crude Fiber (max)||4.0%|
|Omega-6 Fatty Acids* (min)||2.55%|
|Omega-3 Fatty Acids* (min)||0.70%|
*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles
Metabolizable Energy is 3579 Kcal/kg (469 kcal per 8 oz. cup).
Our feeding guidelines for this chart are for an average dog with normal activity. When you sign up for YaDoggie, we'll ask you more detailed questions about your dog to give you a more precise feeding recommendation that is customized for your dog. We always recommend talking with your vet about your dog's food when switching or deciding on an appropriate amount to feed, especially if your dog has any kind of medical issues. Amounts listed are cups per day.
|5 pounds||0.33 Cup|
|10 pounds||0.66 Cup|
|20 pounds||1.25 Cups|
|30 pounds||1.66 Cups|
|40 pounds||2 Cups|
|50 pounds||2.33 Cups|
|60 pounds||2.66 Cups|
|70 pounds||3 Cups|
|80 pounds||3.33 Cups|
|90 pounds||3.66 Cups|
|100 pounds||4 Cups|
For every additional 15 pounds above 100, add ½ cup.
For puppies, feed 25% more than listed in the chart.
For gestating and lactating dogs, food consumption may be more than double during this time.
Optimal feeding amounts may vary with age, size, breed and activity level.
Please use feeding guidelines as an initial recommendation and adjust amounts as needed.
Because you’re an amazing dog parent, you know that fresh water should be provided at all times.