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The grain free Harvest Recipe is designed to be a long-term healthy solution for your dog. This gentle blend is packed with whole food ingredients including pork, rabbit, celery, sweet potatoes and nutritious seeds in a tasty, nutrient-rich formula. We believe in the power of whole food nutrition, paws (and hands) down.
Rehydrate each Freeze Dried patty with 1/2 - 1 cup warm water or broth to provide a nutritionally balanced serving.
This is a general guideline for Adult Dog's calorie requirements. Individual requirements may vary based on activity level.
For each meal, divide the number of patties per day by number of servings per day. For example, if you feed your dog twice each day, divide by two.
Harvest Freeze-Dried Pork & Rabbit Recipe is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for maintenance of adult dogs.
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Pork, Ground Rabbit (with bone), Pork Heart, Pork Liver, Sweet Potato, Carrots, Celery, Parsley, Green Beans, Kale, Beets, Apples, Coconut Oil, Spinach, Dried Yeast, Salt, Dehydrated Alfalfa, Sesame Seed, Sunflower Seed, Pumpkin Seed, Quinoa, Dried Kelp, Chia Seed
Marney was encouraged as she read about the benefits of whole food nutrition, as well as the food therapies and herbal supplements used in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine...
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