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  • Tucker's Chicken & Pumpkin - Raw Frozen Dog Food - Tucker's
  • Tucker's Chicken & Pumpkin - Raw Frozen Dog Food - Tucker's

Chicken & Pumpkin - Raw Frozen Dog Food - Tucker's

UPC: 072635110164
$32.99
Excl. tax

- Made in Wisconsin
- Individually sealed for freshness
- Complete + balanced raw food for dogs
- Available in 6lb bags with 8oz patties

NOTE: 20lb boxes with 8oz patties available by special order only. Call us to order.

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Ingredients
Chicken, Chicken Heart, Chicken Liver, Pumpkin, Chicken Bone and Marrow, Taurine, Zinc Amino Acid Complex, Vitamin E Supplement, Calcium Carbonate, Manganese Amino Acid Complex, Copper Amino Acid Complex, Zinc Sulfate, Calcium Pantothenate, Copper Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Vitamin A Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Calcium Iodate, Riboflavin Supplement

 

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein (Min): 14%
Crude Fat (Min): 11%
Crude Fiber (Max): 2%
Moisture (Max): 68%

Calorie Content (ME, Calculated): 1810 kcal/kg, 51 kcal/oz


Minerals
Calcium: 0.56%
Copper: 5 ppm
Iron: 40 ppm
Manganese: 4 ppm
Magnesium: 0.03%
Phosphorus: 0.39%
Potassium: 0.23%
Sodium: 0.11%
Zinc: 43 ppm
Ca:P Ratio: 1:44:1


Approximate Blend of Our 95/5 Diets
Muscle Meat: 78-82%
Organ: 10-12%
Bone: 3-5%
Fiber: 5%
Vitamin Premix: 0.01%


Food Safety Assurance
Tucker's is committed to providing premium raw pet food products while keeping an eye on product safety. This complete and balanced diet has undergone High Pressure Processing (HPP).

 

Feeding Guidelines
There is no "one size fits all" to recommended feeding. A dog's individual requirements will vary based upon several factors including metabolism, age, daily exercise, health conditions, genetics, outdoor environments, stress and anxiety.

Changes in diet can cause digestive upset. Always introduce any new food gradually over the course of 7-10 days increasing the mixing of new diet with present. Do not mistake a dogs eagerness to eat as increased hunger. Overeating can cause digestive upset. 

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