Shredded Chicken Breast, Pumpkin & New Zealand Green Mussels Recipe
- LOW FAT CHICKEN IS THE FIRST INGREDIENT
- NO GUMS
- NO ANTIBIOTICS ADDED
- NO BPA USED IN POUCH LININGS
- 100% NUTRITIONALLY COMPLETE
- 100% PROFITS DONATED
MINIMALLY PROCESSED, WITHOUT THE USE OF ARTIFICIAL BINDERS OR GUMS.
- NO ANTIBIOTICS ADDED
- NO XANTHAN GUM
- NO GUAR GUM
- NO CASSIA/LOCUST BEAN
- NO AGAR AGAR
- NO CARRAGEENAN
- NO POTATO STARCH
Chicken is best known for its high protein content, but it provides broad nutrient support. There are plentiful amounts of amino acids that are important for support of cardiac and skeletal muscle. All B vitamins are present in chicken, as well as folate, biotin, and choline.
A reduced-sodium broth essential for a high-moisture food.
New Zealand Green Mussels,
New Zealand Green Mussels
Aids in reducing joint pain; natural anti-inflammatory; contains Omega 3s (DHA and EPA) which aids in reducing inflammation; contains zinc and magnesium which aid in joint metabolism.
The soluble fiber in pumpkin flesh slows digestion and can help manage sensitive digestive systems that are prone to upset stomachs. Pumpkin is also rich in potassium, Vitamin C and carotenoids, such as beta-carotene.
High in protein and low in fat; high in vitamin A and B12; rich in omega 3 fatty acids.
Known for their beta-carotene content for eye health, carrots are also rich in Vitamin A and soluble fiber, which can help maintain a regular digestive system.
A form of carbohydrates derived from the root of the cassava plant.
Sunflower oil contains a high level of linoleic acid produced by expressing the oils of sunflower seeds. Sunflower oil is low in saturated fat, which makes it a better choice than oils and fats that are high in saturated fat. Sunflower oil is used to provide essential fatty acids. Essential fatty acids (EFAs) are fats that must be supplied in the diet because the body cannot produce them. They are required for normal growth and functioning of the cells, muscles, nerves, and organs and the production of prostaglandins. Deficiencies of EFAs are linked to a variety of health problems, including heart disease, cancer and diabetes.
A source of calcium, which is essential in maintaining healthy bones and teeth.
A source of calcium combined with phosphorus. Calcium is essential in maintaining healthy bones and teeth. Phosphorus is an essential structural component of cell membranes and nucleic acids. It also plays a vital role in many biological processes, including energy production, cell signaling, and bone mineralization.
A source of potassium important for acid-base balance and a healthy nervous system.
A source of choline, a water-soluble nutrient, essential for proper nerve function including memory and muscle control.
Taurine is an amino acid required by both dogs and cats. While normally thought of as essential just for cats, taurine deficiency has been observed in some dogs eating certain pet foods. It is important for vision and cardiac health.
A natural source of the minerals sodium and chloride, which are essential nutrients required by both dogs and cats. They help regulate water balance in the body, aid in muscle contraction and regulate the body’s acid-balance.
Parsley is highly nutritious and a rich source of protein, fiber, and vitamins A, C, B1, B2, and K. It also contains trace minerals such as calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium, and phosphorus.
Minerals (Iron Amino Acid Chelate,
Iron Amino Acid Chelate
An organic source of iron. Iron is an essential mineral for preventing anemia and stimulating the production of hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is the red blood cell pigment that carries oxygen within the body.
Manganese Amino Acid Chelate,
Manganese Amino Acid Chelate
An organic source of manganese. Manganese is an essential mineral and is necessary for the proper formation and maintenance of connective tissue.
Zinc Amino Acid Chelate,
Zinc Amino Acid Chelate
An organic source of zinc. Zinc is an essential mineral that supports healthy skin and coat. It helps maintain a normal sense of taste and smell, aids in the maintenance of a healthy immune system and helps in the synthesis of DNA and RNA.
A source of the essential mineral iodine necessary for proper thyroid function, which produces and excretes hormones. A healthy thyroid controls metabolism rate.
Copper Amino Acid Chelate,
Copper Amino Acid Chelate
An organic source of copper. Copper promotes normal red blood cell formation, aids in the production of several enzymes involved in respiration, and promotes proper connective tissue formation.
Magnesium Amino Acid Chelate,
Magnesium Amino Acid Chelate
An organic source of magnesium. Magnesium is required for more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body. Multiple health benefits of magnesium include transmission of nerve impulses, body temperature regulation, detoxification, energy production, and the absorption of calcium, which maintains healthy bones and teeth.
A source of the essential mineral selenium. Selenium is a potent antioxidant and works in conjunction with vitamin E.
Vitamins (Vitamin A Supplement,
Vitamin A Supplement
A fat-soluble vitamin that is essential for healthy skin, coat and eyes/vision.
Vitamin D3 Supplement,
Vitamin D3 Supplement
A fat-soluble vitamin, which promotes healthy skin, bones and teeth. It is necessary for the proper absorption and utilization of calcium and phosphorus.
Vitamin E Supplement,
Vitamin E Supplement
A fat-soluble vitamin and a potent antioxidant that helps improve circulation and cardiac output.
A source of vitamin B1. Thiamine is essential for the metabolism of carbohydrates and also plays an important role in helping maintain a healthy nervous system.
A source of vitamin B2. Riboflavin is important for the digestion of fats and carbohydrates, and also promotes healthy skin and coat.
A source of vitamin B6. Pyridoxine is essential for the metabolism of proteins. It acts as a cofactor for the large number of enzymes involved in the synthesis of amino acids and metabolism.
Vitamin B12 Supplement,
Vitamin B12 Supplement
A B vitamin also known as cyanocobalamin. Vitamin B12 is a coenzyme in nucleic acid, protein and lipid synthesis.
A source of vitamin B3. Niacin plays an important role in energy metabolism in the body.
A source of vitamin B5. It acts as a coenzyme in the conversion of amino acids and is important for healthy skin.
Ascorbic Acid (source of Vitamin C),
Ascorbic Acid (source of Vitamin C)
A source of Vitamin C, which aids in collagen synthesis, immune system support, and overall joint and muscular-skeletal health. Ascorbic Acid also acts as a natural preservative.
A B vitamin also known as vitamin B9. Folic acid is a water-soluble vitamin that plays an important role in various cellular functions.
A source of vitamin B7; occasionally it may also be referred to as vitamin H. Biotin plays an important role in the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates and proteins. It is especially important as it promotes the normal health of skin and coat.
Adjust the amount of food you serve based on the age, size and activity level of your cat. Food should be fed at room temperature. Promptly refrigerate the unused portion. Fresh water should always be available.
|ADULT (Normal Resting Activity)||Feed 1 ounce for each lb. of body weight per day.|
|ADULT (Active)||Feed 1.25 ounces per lb. of body weight per day.|
|ADULT (Highly Active and/or outdoor pets)||Feed 1.5 ounces per lb. of body weight per day.|
|CALORIE CONTENT||(ME calculated as shown): 838 kcal/kg; 57 kcal/pouch.|
|Nutrient||As Fed||Dry Matter||Gram per 100 kcal||Gram per 2.46 oz. Pouch||Gram per Ounce|
Metabolized Energy (ME) Profile
|Calories from Protein||61.97%|
|Calories from Fat||28.40%|
|Calories from Carbohydrates||9.63%|
Balanced Nutrition and Digestibility of Ingredients
Balanced nutrition, or the complete portfolio of the ingredients, not single data points of nutrients, are essential for your pet’s health. In addition to nutritional balance, the digestibility of ingredients and the bioavailability of protein and amino acid profiles are also crucial for your pet’s health.
Our typical analysis represents an average using values from ingredient databases and actual lab reports of our foods. This average is not intended to represent exact amounts. This additional nutritional information should be used as a general guide to help you and your veterinarian or nutritionist choose which recipe is best for your unique pet. Please contact RAWZ Customer Service with any questions you may have.