BIG DOG KANGAROO BARF 3KG
Kangaroo is a rich protein source and a perfect alternative for dogs who are allergic to other meat proteins. Low in fat and easy to digest, Kanga is suitable for overweight dogs or dogs that need a low-fat diet for medical conditions such as Pancreatitis. Being a wild game source, Australian kangaroo has minimal to no exposure to environmental chemicals, making it even more suitable for dogs that suffer from allergies.
As with our Big Dog Standard Range Diets, this recipe wouldn’t be complete without a balanced blend of nutrient-dense seasonal fruits and vegetables, as well as Big Dog’s special extra ingredients, including ginger, garlic, flaxseed, whole eggs, kelp, wheatgrass, probiotics, and prebiotics for added nutrition and goodness for optimal health and wellbeing.
Kangaroo, finely ground kangaroo bone, kangaroo heart, kangaroo liver, kangaroo kidney, seasonal fruits, veggies & herbs (kale, spinach, broccoli, bok choy, silverbeet, carrots, celery, beetroot, lettuce, cucumber, capsicum, apple, orange, pear, tomato, strawberry, ginger & parsley), cold-pressed ground flaxseed, whole egg, alfalfa powder, kelp powder (brown seaweed), brewers yeast, wheatgrass, live probiotics, prebiotics, garlic.
Protein – 13%
Fat – 13%
Fibre – 1% max
Calcium – 1%
Phosphorus – 0.7%
Calcium: Phosphorus ratio – 1:0.7
Ash – 2.0% Moisture 68%
Kj/100g = 341. Kj/serve (250g) = 852.5
*Available in 3kg pack with 12 x 250g individual patties.
Puppies & Agility dog: 3% to 4% of the dog’s weight
Normal & Senior dog: 2% of the dog’s weight
STORAGE AND HANDLING:
Be sure to keep raw food portions frozen until ready for thawing.
Place required portions of frozen raw food in the fridge and allow time for defrosting. If required sooner, place in hot water to thaw but not cook.
Storage and safety
Keep thawed patties in the fridge for no longer than 48 hours and do not cook as our recipes contain bone.
Thoroughly wash all utensils, work areas and hands with warm soapy water after contacting raw food.