Mulligan Stew Premium Baked Kibble Fish Recipe

FISH PROTEIN

Premium Baked Kibble Fish Recipe Pacific Salmon, Ocean Whitefish and Idaho Rainbow Trout are the primary protein sources in our Fish Recipe. Fish Proteins are loaded with nutrients such as Zinc, Iron and Phosphorous and a great source of Omega 3 fatty acids.

GROUND BROWN RICE & OATS

Brown Rice and Oats provide necessary Protein, Dietary Fiber, Minerals and Vitamins.

SALMON MEAL AND WHITEFISH MEAL

Pacific Salmon meal and Ocean Whitefish meal are the clean combination of fish and/or fish cuttings with the moisture and sometimes the fat removed. Our high-quality fish meals are an excellent source of highly digestible, Lean Protein.

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ALFALFA MEAL

Alfalfa is known as an excellent source of phytonutrients and their antioxidant benefits help maintain the immune system. Alfalfa is also a good source of Vitamin A, Calcium and Iron.

FLAXSEED MEAL

Flaxseed is a rich source of Vitamin E, Fiber, Antioxidants and Omega-3 fatty acids which support your dog’s immune system and helps promote a shiny coat and healthy skin.

EGG

The egg is a natural source of Protein, vital Amino Acids, and provides a large supply of Vitamins and Minerals, including Vitamin A, B Vitamins such as B12, Choline, Iron, Calcium, Phosphorus and Potassium. The egg is also one of the few foods naturally containing Vitamin D.

HERRING OIL

Herring oil is the oil extracted from the whole herring. It is a great source of Omega 3 fatty acids which help maintain healthy skin and a shiny coat.

RICE BRAN

Rice Bran is the layer between the husk and white rice grain including the germ. Rice Bran contains nearly 60% of rice kernel’s nutritional value. Rice Bran is a rich source of Potassium, B Vitamins, Amino Acids and essential Fatty Acids.

CANE MOLASSES

Molasses is a natural sugar. Molasses is high in Iron and significant amounts of Vitamins and Minerals.

NATURAL FISH FLAVOR

Natural fish flavor is dried fish broth. It is used as seasoning.

INULIN (FROM CHICORY ROOT)

Obtained from Chicory Root, Inulin is a soluble, fermentable fiber. Inulin helps maintain digestive tract health and function.

SEA SALT

Sea Salt is a great source of Minerals, including Calcium, Potassium and Magnesium.

SEA KELP & POTASSIUM IODIDE

Kelp is a rich source of natural Minerals and Vitamins, including Iodine, Potassium, Calcium and B Vitamins. Potassium Iodide provides additional Iodine needed for the synthesis of Thyroid Hormone which is necessary for the regulation of growth and development.

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CRUCIFEROUS VEGETABLES: CABBAGE AND HORSERADISH

Cabbage and Horseradish contain powerful enzymes with antioxidant benefits. These vegetables are rich in Vitamins and Minerals and provide the fiber necessary to help maintain a healthy digestive system.

AMINO ACIDS: CYSTEINE AND METHIONINE

Cysteine and Methionine are essential amino acids providing Sulfur for numerous compounds in the body. The body uses Sulfur to produce healthy hair, skin and bones.

BETA CAROTENE

Beta Carotene is a powerful antioxidant and can be stored in the liver and converted to Vitamin A as needed, thus making it a provitamin.

ZINC SULFATE

Zinc Sulfate is an effective transitional element helping to maintain healthy skin and immune system function.

VITAMIN E SUPPLEMENT (ALPHA TOCOPHEROL)

A powerful antioxidant that helps the cell membrane remain healthy.

SELENIUM

Selenium is an essential trace metalloid helping the activation of enzymes critical for cellular health.

MIXED TOCOPHEROLS

Tocopherols are a mixture of Vitamin E isomers providing a potent natural preservative to inhibit rancidity.

VITAMIN D3

Vitamin D3 supplement helps to regulate calcium ion metabolism.

ROSEMARY EXTRACT

A botanical ingredient that helps palatability.

NUTRITIONAL ADEQUACY STATEMENT:

Mulligan Stew Premium Baked Kibble Fish Recipe Dog Food is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for all life stages.

RECOMMENDED FEEDING DIRECTIONS:

The table is a guideline only. Adjust amounts to maintain optimal body condition and weight. Please provide an adequate supply of fresh water.

Puppies: Up to 2 times the amount listed above by weight, divided into several small meals throughout the day. Reduce the amount fed to puppies as they reach their mature weight.

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Pregnant Dogs: Up to 2 times the amount listed above by weight.

Dogs Nursing Puppies: Up to 4 times the amount listed above by weight.

When switching to a new food it is best to allow 7 to 10 days for the transition. To switch, slowly add more of the new food and less of the old food at each meal until only the new food is being fed.

It might happen that your pet refuses the new diet or it rejects to eat at all. This is simply because of the change and the pets do not tend to easily change their food. However, once it realizes that is how it is, it