ACANA Red Meat Formula with Ranch-Raised Beef, Yorkshire Pork & Grass-Fed Lamb Dry Dog Food
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Your dog has evolved as a meat-eater, anatomically designed for a diet that is rich and varied in whole animal ingredients. ACANA Red Meat is loaded with ranch-raised beef, Yorkshire pork, and grass-fed lamb in WholePrey ratios of meat, organs, and cartilage that deliver the nutrients that your dog requires, naturally.
Rich in Animal Ingredients
The Protein-Rich Diet Your Dog is Meant to Eat
Meat, Organs & Cartilage - Providing Nutrients in Their Most Natural & Nourishing Form
Fresh and Raw & Regional
Ingredients Delivered to Our Kitchen Fresh or Raw from People We Trust
Infused with Freeze-Dried Liver for a Delicious Taste Your Dog Will Love
60% Quality Animal Ingredients
Providing a strong and natural source of essential protein, vitamins, and minerals.
1/2 Fresh or Raw Meat
For a nutrient-dense, delicious food your dog will love.
Refrigeration preserves our FRESH ingredients. Our RAW ingredients are frozen at peak freshness to lock in nutrients
Deboned beef, deboned pork, beef meal, whole red lentils, whole pinto beans, whole green peas, pork meal, beef fat, whole green lentils, whole chickpeas, whole yellow peas, deboned lamb, pollock oil, lentil fiber, natural pork flavor, beef tripe, beef liver, beef kidney, pork liver, pork kidney, beef cartilage, salt, mixed tocopherols (preservative), dried kelp, whole pumpkin, collard greens, whole carrots, whole apples, zinc proteinate, freeze-dried beef liver, freezedried pork liver, freeze-dried lamb liver, calcium pantothenate, riboflavin, vitamin A acetate, D3 supplement, chicory root, turmeric, sarsaparilla root, althea root, rose hips, juniper berries, dried lactobacillus acidophilus fermentation product, dried bifidobacterium animalis fermentation product, dried lactobacillus casei fermentation product.
METABOLIZABLE ENERGY: 3405 kcal/kg (388 kcal per 8 oz cup), with 30% from protein, 28% from carbohydrates, and 42% from fat.
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