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Nature's Variety Freeze Dried Raw Boost Mixer Chicken for Dogs


Nature's Variety Freeze Dried Raw Boost Mixer Chicken for Dogs



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Nature's Variety Freeze Dried Raw for Dogs is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only. Freeze Dried Raw may be fed as a singular meal or used as a supplement, treat, or training aid. It may also be added to other foods as a palatant. Rotate for variety with our nutritious kibble, canned, and raw diets.

Nature's Variety Freeze Dried Raw Mixer Chicken Ingredients: 

Chicken (including Ground Chicken Bone), Chicken Liver, Pumpkinseeds, Carrots, Apples, Butternut Squash, Turkey Liver, Turkey Heart, Ground Flaxseed, Montmorillonite Clay, Dried Kelp, Broccoli, Mixed Tocopherols, Apple Cider Vinegar, Salmon Oil, Rosemary Extract, Blueberries, Dried Chicory Root.

Nature's Variety Freeze Dried Raw Mixer Chicken Guaranteed Analysis:

Crude Protein (min.) ......................................... 36 % 
Crude Fat (min.) .............................................. 26 % 
Crude Fiber (max.) ............................................. 15 % 
Moisture (max.) ................................................. 6 % 


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1. Anonymous User on 10/14/2011, said:

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2. Emily on 2/1/2011, said:

My cat loves this. She has problems with respiratory infections and then doesn't want to eat. This prompts her to eat when I mix it in with her usual.
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