Herring Meal, Split Peas, Wild Salmon Oil, Coconut, Sun-Cured Alfalfa, Coconut Oil, Sun-Cured Kelp, Dried Lactobacillus Acidophilus Fermentation Product, Sodium Chloride, Lecithin, Choline Chloride, FOS or Fructooligosaccharide (prebiotic), Fenugreek, Peppermint, Taurine, Zinc Proteinate, Papaya, Rose Hips, Yucca Schidigera Extract, Anise Oil, Thyme Oil, Manganese Proteinate, Beta-Carotene, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Biotin, Selenium, Riboflavin, Thiamine Mononitrate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Folic Acid.
Daily Feeding Guidelines
|Kg||Weight Pounds||Inactive cups/ day||Active cups/ day||Working/ Puppies cups/ day|
|4.5 or less||10 or less||.25 – .5||.25 – .75||.5 – .1|
|4.5 – 11||11.0 – 20||.5 – 1||.75 – 1||1 – 1.5|
|11.0 – 23.0||21 – 50||1- 1.5||1.25 – 2||1.5 – 2.5|
|23 – 45||51 – 100||1.5 – 2.75||2 – 3.5||2.5 – 4|
|45 – 68||100 – 150||2.75 – 3.5||3.5 – 4.5||4 – 5.5|
*Modified Atwater Calculations
Frequency: To get the best results, it is important to feed properly. Your dog will should eat 1/2 of the daily portion in the morning and 1/2 in the evening.
Transition: Do not mix with your current food. We recommend a straight changeover to Canine Caviar, feeding 1/2 the recommended amount for the first day.
Canine Caviar Wild Ocean Entrée is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for All Life Stages. Canine Caviar is committed to providing your pet the highest quality nutrition. To contact customer service, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 714.223.1800.
|Crude Protein||31.0 % min.|
|Crude Fat||17.0 % min.|
|Crude Fiber||6.3% max.|
|**Omega 6||2.0% min.|
**Not recognized as an essential nutrient by AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles.
Benji’s Story by Jamie- Sales Exec. (Ipoh)- Pet Owner;
“Benji was infected with sore spots on all four feet and even on his lower thigh. The wounds were filled with blood and watery fluid. What worried me most was that the wound would not scab over. I brought him to the vets, applied steroid injections and medicated shampoo. It would heal for a short while before the sore struck him again. My mum commented that the problems were due to old age and we were helpless.
One month ago my friend visited me, met Benji and couldn’t help but ask about his soreness. He opined that it might be due to the food he is eating. He recommended that I change his food to Canine Caviar because his senior dog had been doing extremely well with it. I was skeptical initially but decided to give it a try since I was helpless.
The magic happened within one week of feeding him only Canine Caviar. The wound started to dry out and scab over. I was overjoyed and the following week I noticed the wound had healed and the fur started growing. Benji is now fully recovered and I am totally convinced.”