CRUDO is packed with nutrients that fulfill all the special dietary needs of your dog. Once on a CRUDO diet, you can expect to see the following health benefits:
A healthier, softer and shinier fur coat
A well hydrated pet from food that provides 60%+ moisture in each serving
Smaller stool that will decompose quickly and easily
Clean teeth, so you won’t have to take your pet for expensive teeth cleanings
Improved and/or eradicated allergy symptoms (if any present)
Reduced risk of arthritis and bone disease
Improved breath and overall oral health
Increased energy levels from increased nutrient absorption Each high-protein meat product includes potassium, iron, zinc and naturally occurring vitamins and minerals. Liver is added to the majority of our mixes to provide your dog with maximum health benefits. Our poultry products include bones, as they provide essential fatty acids, calcium and natural antioxidant/anti-ageing enzymes for your dog. Most of our mixes also include vegetables; however we offer some options without them, if you prefer to add your own vegetables.
Chicken (Muscle meat,bones, fat),Beef (Muscle meat,heart, fat), Vegetables ( bok choy, carrots, romaine lettuce),liver.
Crude Protein (min.) 13%
Crude Fat (min.) 11.5%
Crude Fiber (max.) 1%
Moisture (max.) 69%
Puppy Feeding Guidelines
Between 2-4 months require a raw diet that is 6-10% of their body weight, broken into 3 meals a day
Between 4-7 months require a raw diet that is 4-5% of their body weight, broken into 3 meals a day
Between 7-12 months require a raw diet that is 3-4% of their body weight, broken into 2 meals a day
**Always look to your dog to see how they are doing with the feeding amounts. They are the one true barometer for feeding percentages. If they are very active, you may need to lean towards the higher percentages for their age range. If they are gaining too much weight and are fairly inactive, or older, lean towards the lower percentages for their age range.
ADULT DOG FEEDING GUIDELINES
Dogs 12+ months require a raw diet that is between 2-3% of their body weight, either broken into 2 meals a day, or fed all at one time.
**Again... always monitor your dog, to see how they are doing with the feeding amounts. Active dogs may require 3%+ of their body weight daily, depending on how much they burn off. If your dog is inactive, and/or overweight, feed only 2% of their current body weight daily, until they reach their ideal weight. If your dog is at its ideal weight and has a normal activity level, then feed them 2.5% of their body weight daily.
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