Duck Dinner CARTON – 4 lb

(9 customer reviews)

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Duck Dinner CARTON – 4 lb

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Your pet requires a healthy amount of vitamins and nutrients in their daily feeding regimen. See how Big Country Raw meals measure up.

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Nutrient Analysis Valeur Nutritive Per 100g as fed/par 100g tel que servi
Calories 185 kcal
Protein/Protéine 14.7%
Fat/Gras 12.2%
Moisture/Humidité 65.0%
Carbohydrates/Hydrates de carbone 3.0%
Fiber/Fibre 0.9%
Calcium 1.04%
Phosphorus/Phosphone 0.70%
INGREDIENTS: Duck, ground duck bone, beef heart, beef liver, beef spleen, beef kidney, apples, carrots, spinach, blueberries, cranberries, barley grass, wheat grass, kelp.
INGRÉDIENTS: Canard, os de canard broyé, cœur de bœuf, foie de boeuf, rate de boeuf, rein de boeuf, pommes, carottes, épinards, bleuets, canneberges, herbe d’orge, herbe de blé et varech. 
Duck Dinner
Potassium (g)0.26
Sodium (g)0.11
Magnesium (mg)34.04
Iron (mg)5.44
Iodine (mcg)139.49
Copper (mg)0.91
Manganese (mg)0.37
Selenium (mcg)25.53
Zinc (mg)4.27
Vit A (IU)4000.63
Thiamine (mg)0.06
Riboflavine (mg)0.30
Panthotenic acid (mg)0.80
Niacin (mg)1.54
Pyridoxine (mg)0.13
Cobalamine (mcg)6.54
Folic Acid (mcg)74.26
Vitamin E (mg)10.34
Vitamin D (mcg)1.85
Linoleic Acid (g)1.31
Alpha-linolenic Acid (g)0.09
Eicosapentaenoic Acid (g)<0.1
Docosahexaenoic Acid (g)<0.1
Arachidonic Acid (g)<0.1
Oleic Acid (g)5.63
Arginine (g)0.54
Methionine + Cystine (g)1.00
Histidine (g)0.18
Isoleucine (g)0.23
Leucine (g)0.60
Lysine (g)0.49
Phenylalanine + Tyrosine (g)0.66
Taurine (g)0.02
Threonine (g)0.30
Valine (g)0.33

Disclaimer: Big Country Raw® follows the Minimal Requirement (Amount/1000kcal for Growing Puppies After Weaning & Adults Dogs) suggested by The Nutrient Requirement for Dogs and Cats by the National Research Council (NRC). For the nutrients P, Na, K, I, Co, Mn, and Vit A, E, D & B group (no minimum requirement provided) recipes match the NRC Recommended Allowance. For Essential Fatty Acids (LA, ALA, EPA, DHA), we strongly suggest adding fish, Thrive® Herring Oil or Thrive® Hemp Seed Oil to meet the NRC Recommended Allowances.

Add Thrive® Herring Oil (the popular choice) or alternatively Thrive® Hemp Seed Oil (plant-based option) for Omega-3 Fatty Acids.   Omega-3 Fatty Acids may improve the shine and luster of the coat, reduce inflammation and aid in the absorption and distribution of essential nutrients.

 

SAFE RAW FOOD HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS:

  • Keep food frozen and thaw in refrigerator until ready to use.
  • Raw food must be used within 3 days after thawing
  • Return unused food back to the refrigerator after serving.
  • Serve in stainless steel or ceramic dishes.
  • Wash all work surfaces, utensils, serving spoons and hands with hot water & soap after handling raw meat & poultry.

9 reviews for Duck Dinner CARTON – 4 lb

  1. Brian

    Our boxer Penny definitely has this one in her top 3. As soon as I open the package, she won’t leave my side until I put it down for her. Highly recommend.

  2. roberta.james1

    Another favourite of my dogs. Tasty and they always lick their bowls clean.

  3. Emily

    Duck is another protein I keep in my girl’s rotation and she loves it!

  4. Jennifer

    Duck dinners are a favourite – the bowl is licked clean!

  5. Kelly M

    We recently added duck into the rotation and our mini Aussie loves it!

  6. UNDER MY WING – Pug Rescue (verified owner)

    Duck dinner is a favorite in my house.

  7. AudreyandLaika

    La meilleures nourriture au monde !!! La seul que je fais 100 % confiance côté qualité et % d’os, car ma cocotte étant sensible, je dois faire attention ! Mais avec BCR plus aucun problème

  8. Nicia Montminy

    I have added Duck into my cat’s 5 protein rotation and she loves it. I decided to add an alternative to chicken into her meals and she loves the change once in a while.

  9. Hélène Clocher

    Notre Lhassa Apso, Jack, 8 ans, vient tout juste d’être sensibilisé à la viande crue!.. Et, j’avoue que le dîner de canard est de loin son préféré!..
    D’autant plus qu’il souffre d’une allergie de la peau, d’origine inconnue..! Nous savons tous que le canard est hypoallergenique!..
    Alors, bravo pour la recette!..

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