Natura EVO Red Meat Small Bites Dry Dog Food 13.2 lb bag

Natura EVO Red Meat Small Bites Dry Dog Food 13.2 lb bag
The EVO line of pet foods has been specially designed to provide all the key nutritional benefits received from the feeding of raw food diets but with the benefits of 21st Century nutritional research. EVO Red Meat Small Bites Dry Dog Food is made from four alternative sources of red meat for unparalleled taste and nutrition, but offered in smaller kibble pieces that any dog can enjoy.

Only the highest quality beef, lamb, buffalo and venison - including the meat, cartilage, fat, bone and connective tissue - are used in the making of EVO Red Meat Small Bites Dry Dog Food. Whole fruits and vegetables are added to supply important, health promoting nutrients that dogs would find foraging for food. Live, naturally occurring microorganisms are then gently sprayed on after the cooling process.

If you like the idea of feeding raw, but prefer a gently cooked food that provides benefits that match raw, frozen or home prepared high-meat pet diets, EVO is the answer. EVO is the first grain-free ancestral diet that provides the benefits of modern nutrition in a safe, convenient and cost-effective natural food. Use EVO alone, or as a supplement to your raw or home cooked pet food for a completed and balanced natural feeding.

EVO is an alternative for raw feeders and home-cookers.

Animal feeding tests using AAFCO procedures substantiate that EVO Red Meat Small Bites Dry Dog Food provides complete and balanced nutrition for ALL LIFE STAGES.

EVO Red Meat Small Bites Dry Dog Food is available in 28.6 lb., 13.2 lb. and 6.6 lb. packages.

Nutrient Analysis Commonly referred to as Typical Nutrient Analysis (NA), this describes the nutrient content that a specific pet food formula is expected to achieve based on data from the formula database, or in some cases, from an actual laboratory assay. The goal in posting the Typical NA is to provide nutritionists and veterinarians with information that can aid in the treatment of clinical problems such as a cat with struvite or in working with overly obese dogs to prescribe feeding amounts and diet choice for the animal's success. For more information, read our NA FAQ's.

Moisture 7.50 % Protein 42.42 % Fat 22.22 % Linoleic Acid 1.24 % Omega 3 0.43 % Carbohydrates 14.85 % Fiber 1.82 % Ash 8.7 % Calcium 2.09 % Phosphorous 1.26 % Magnesium 0.1 % Sodium 0.43 % Potassium 0.7 % Chloride 0.56 % Iron 378 mg/kg Zinc 200 mg/kg Copper 18 mg/kg Iodine 2.8 mg/kg Manganese 21 mg/kg Selenium 0.64 mg/kg Arginine 2.73 % Histidine 0.95 % Isoleucine 1.73 % Leucine 3.35 % Lysine 2.74 % Methionine 0.99 % Met-Cysteine 1.52 % Phenylalanine 2.04 % Phe-Tyrosine 3.54 % Threonine 1.8 % Tryptophan 0.45 % Valine 2.28 % Taurine 1060 mg/kg Choline 1737.89 mg/kg Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 3.58 mg/kg Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) 3.5 mg/kg Niacin 31.64 mg/kg Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) 3.86 mg/kg Folic Acid 0.98 mg/kg Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) 18 mg/kg Biotin 0.07 mg/kg Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) 15.38 ug/kg Vitamin A 16623.81 IU/kg Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) 500 mg/kg Vitamin D 1620.58 IU/kg Vitamin E 300 IU/kg Vitamin K 0.65 mg/kg Calculated Calorie Content* 4032.07 kcal/kg *Calculated amounts may differ from packaging as some packaging values are based on available feeding trial data.
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