Wild Caught Salmon Recipe


NO SALMON MEAL
NO POTATO
NO CANOLA OIL
NO GRAIN
NO CHICKEN FAT

Available In
  • 3.5 lb. Bags
  • 10 lb. Bags
  • 20 lb. Bags

Our Recipe

MINIMALLY PROCESSED FOR THE HEALTH OF YOUR PET.

  • Made with 100% rendered free ingredients
  • Complete and balanced
  • Supports healthy skin and coat, without additional ingredients
  • We use Miscanthus Grass for its gluten free, gentle fiber properties
    • Non-GMO
    • Highly sustainable
    • Up to three times as much crude fiber as other conventional fiber sources

Ingredients

  • Salmon,
    Salmon

    Our salmon is an excellent source of protein, minerals, vitamins and omega fatty acids. Proteins are the building blocks of organ tissues and cells. Amino acids contained in protein are responsible for many processes in the body, including maintenance of smooth workflow and digestion. Amino acids also help to regulate hormones, build muscles, fix tissue in tendons, ligaments, cartilages, and maintain healthy skin, coat, and nails.

  • Pea Protein,
    Pea Protein

    A good source of vegetable protein derived from peas.

  • Pea Starch,
    Pea Starch

    A natural, gluten-free carbohydrate derived from peas.

  • Peas,
    Peas

    A great source of nutrients like iron, vitamins A & K, potassium.  They are also a good source of magnesium and phosphorus, which are important for blood, bone and muscle health. They also contain antioxidants such as flavonoids, the carotenoid lutein and polyphenols. Peas are also an excellent source of the antioxidant and phytonutrient glutathione, which is important for many functions in the body, including regulating immune response.

  • Olive Oil,
    Olive Oil

    Rich in monounsaturated fats, olive oil reduces the risk and lessens the effects of cardiovascular disease and diabetes. The monounsaturated fats in olive oil also help break down the fat inside fat cells, reducing excess fat and lowering insulin sensitivity.  Olive oil also contains oleic acid in addition to some compounds that are believed to be effective in preventing cancer.  The high levels of antioxidants in olive oil make it very effective at boosting the immune system.  Olive oil is known for its skin and coat benefits as it prevents free radical cell oxidation, which can lead to premature aging.  In addition to slowing down the aging process on the outside, olive oil helps prevent the cognitive decline associated with aging, keeping your pet alert and energetic.

  • Miscanthus Grass,
    Miscanthus Grass

    An excellent source of fiber, which is essential for a healthy digestive tract.  Miscanthus grass has been tested and approved as an excellent replacement for other common fiber sources in pet foods.  It contains more crude fiber than conventional fiber sources, and is an environmentally responsible crop.

  • Natural Salmon Flavor,
    Natural Salmon Flavor

    A flavor enhancer derived from natural sources in place of rendered fats.

  • Flaxseeds,
    Flaxseeds

    Flaxseed is an ancient food that has been recognized for its health benefits for thousands of years. Essential fatty acids (EFAs) are polyunsaturated fats (also known as “good fats”) and are what make flaxseeds so beneficial. The body can’t produce EFAs itself – they must be obtained through diet. They are required for normal growth and functioning of the cells, muscles, nerves, and organs. Deficiencies of EFAs have been linked to a variety of health problems, including heart disease, cancer and diabetes. Flaxseed also contains lignans – chemical compounds found in some plants. Research has shown a lowered risk of cancer associated with diets rich in lignans. Other studies suggest flaxseed lignans can lower cholesterol and help to prevent diabetes. As a high-fiber food, flaxseed is also great for intestinal health.

  • Dicalcium Phosphate,
    Dicalcium Phosphate

    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.

  • Potassium Chloride,
    Potassium Chloride

    A source of potassium important for acid-base balance and a healthy nervous system.

  • Citric Acid (Preservative),
    Citric Acid (Preservative)

    A natural preservative to help keep food fresh.

  • Salt,
    Salt

    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.

  • Taurine,
    Taurine

    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.

  • DL-Methionine,
    DL-Methionine

    A supplement of methionine, which is important for skin and coat condition, vision, cardiovascular health and more.  Methionine can also be converted into glutathione, a powerful antioxidant, which is important for many functions in the body, including regulating immune response.  It is an amino acid that is vitally important to the long-term health of pets.

  • Vitamins (Vitamin E Supplement,
    Vitamin E Supplement

    A fat-soluble vitamin and a potent antioxidant that helps improve circulation and cardiac output.

  • Niacin Supplement,
    Niacin Supplement

    A source of vitamin B3. Niacin plays an important role in energy metabolism in the body.

  • D-Calcium Pantothenate,
    D-Calcium Pantothenate

    A source of vitamin B5. It acts as a coenzyme in the conversion of amino acids and is important for healthy skin.

  • Vitamin A Acetate,
    Vitamin A Acetate

    A fat-soluble vitamin that is essential for healthy skin, coat and eyes/vision. Vitamin A deficiency is still the leading cause of blindness in people.

  • Thiamine Mononitrate,
    Thiamine Mononitrate

    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.

  • Pyridoxine Hydrochloride,
    Pyridoxine Hydrochloride

    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.

  • Riboflavin Supplement,
    Riboflavin Supplement

    A source of vitamin B2. Riboflavin is important for the digestion of fats and carbohydrates, and also promotes healthy skin and coat.

  • 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.

  • Biotin,
    Biotin

    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.

  • 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.

  • Folic Acid),
    Folic Acid

    A B vitamin also known as vitamin B9. Folic acid is a water-soluble vitamin that plays an important role in various cellular functions.

  • Minerals (Ferrous Sulfate,
    Ferrous Sulfate

    An inorganic 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.

  • Zinc Oxide,
    Zinc Oxide

    An inorganic 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.

  • Calcium Carbonate,
    Calcium Carbonate

    An excellent source of highly bioavailable calcium. Calcium is essential in maintaining healthy bones and teeth.

  • Manganous Oxide,
    Manganous Oxide

    An inorganic source of manganese. Manganese is an essential mineral and is necessary for the proper formation and maintenance of connective tissue.

  • Copper Sulfate,
    Copper Sulfate

    Copper sulfate is an inorganic 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Sodium Selenite,
    Sodium Selenite

    A source of the essential mineral selenium. Selenium is a potent antioxidant and works in conjunction with vitamin E.

  • Cobalt Carbonate,
    Cobalt Carbonate

    A source of the mineral cobalt, which is a part of vitamin B12. Vitamin B12 is a coenzyme in nucleic acid, protein and lipid synthesis.

  • Calcium Iodate),
    Calcium Iodate

    A source of the essential mineral iodine necessary for proper thyroid function, which produces and excretes hormones. A healthy thyroid controls metabolism rate.

  • Choline Chloride,
    Choline Chloride

    A source of choline, a water-soluble nutrient, essential for proper nerve function including memory and muscle control.

  • Mixed Tocopherols (Preservative),
    Mixed Tocopherols (Preservative)

    A natural antioxidant and vitamin E source that is used to slow the oxidation process of fats and oils in order to maintain freshness.

  • Rosemary Extract.
    Rosemary Extract

    A natural preservative and flavoring agent.

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

protein min 23.00%
fat min 12.00%
fiber max 4.00%
moisture max 12.00%
Calcium min 1.10%
Phosphorus min 1.00%
Vitamin E min  100 IU/kg
Omega-6 Fatty Acids* min  1.25%
Omega-3 Fatty Acids* min  0.75%

*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles. 

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RAWZ® is a 100% Nutritionally Complete & Balanced Diet for All Life Stages and All Breeds.
RAWZ® Meal Free Limited Salmon Recipe Dog Food has been formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for All Life Stages including the growth of large size dogs (70 lbs. or more as an adult).

feeding guidelines

 

Transitioning To RAWZ

To transition, gradually mix in the new food over a 5-7 day period, increasing the amount of RAWZ® each day, so that you are feeding 100% RAWZ® by day 7.

Transition

Transition your dog gently! Please follow these general guidelines. When transitioning to a new food, it is important to pay attention to your pet’s stool. A healthy diet and good digestion should result in a stool that is formed but soft.

MOISTURE IMPORTANCE

Moisture is vital to your pet’s health. If you feel your dog doesn’t drink much on their own throughout the day, please add moisture to your pet’s food; whether it comes from a canned food, broth or water. Water or broth should make up at least 20% of your pet’s meal. For best results, add water or broth and wait a few minutes before serving.

FOR ALL LIFE STAGES & ALL BREEDS

ADULT Dog FEEDING GUIDELINES FOR MAInTENANCE

WEIGHT (IN LBS.) CUPS (PER DAY)
5-10 1/3 – 3/4
11- 20 3/4 – 1 1/3
21 – 35  1 1/3 – 2
36 – 50 2 – 2 1/2
51 – 100 2 1/2 – 4 1/3
100+

4 1/3 + 1/3

For every 10 lbs.

Over 100 Lbs.

FEEDING PUPPIES: Use up to two times the adult maintenance.

GESTATION/LACTATION: Use up to three times the adult maintenance. 

CALORIE CONTENT (calculated): ME = 3,371 kcal/kg; 360 kcal/cup.  

DETERMINING FEEDING PORTIONS

(Based on a standard 8 oz. dry measuring cup)

Please use the provided information as an initial recommendation only and adjust as needed based on age, size, activity level, breed and environment. Give your dog access to clean, cool, fresh water at all times.

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Typical Analysis

Nutrient As Fed Dry Matter Per 100 kcal Per 4 oz. Cup Per Ounce
Protein % 28.90 32.84 8.35 g 31.79 g 7.95 g
Fat % 13.40 15.23 3.87 g 14.74 g 3.69 g
Fiber % 3.51 3.99 1.01 g 3.86 g 0.97 g
Carbs % 34.97 39.74 10.10 g 38.47 g 9.62 g
Phosphorus % 1.06 1.20 306 mg 1166 mg 292 mg
Magnesium % 0.19 0.22 55 mg 209 mg 52 mg
Ash % 7.22 8.20 2.08 g 7.94 g 1.99 g
Sodium % 0.31 0.35 90 mg 341 mg 85 mg
Calcium % 1.44 1.64 416 mg 1584 mg 396 mg
Copper mg/kg 30.90 35.11 0.89 mg 3.40 mg 0.85 mg
Potassium % 1.58 1.80 456 mg 1738 mg 435 mg
Iodine mg/kg 3.10 3.52 0.09 mg 0.34 mg 0.09 mg
Taurine % 0.26 0.30 75 mg 286 mg 72 mg

Metabolized Energy (ME) Profile

Calories from Protein 30.00%
Calories from Fat 33.80%
Calories from Carbohydrates 36.20%

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. 

Typical Analysis

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. 
 

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