Chicken & Cranberry

Chicken & Cranberry

30 $

One of Faim Museau’s firsts, this recipe is a favourite among dogs. Our secret? The delicious combo of chicken and cranberries, a fruit known to prevent urinary problems and plaque in dogs.

Rich in iron, zinc, phosphorus, and B-complex vitamins, chicken is chock-full of proteins that benefit your furry companion’s bones and teeth. Whether you’re introducing your pup to raw food or helping them maintain a healthy weight, this recipe is a definite win! Dog-reviewed!

Format: 6 lb / 24 medallions

Ingredients

Chicken, Finely ground chicken bones, Chicken liver, Chicken heart, Cranberries, Apple pulp, Broccoli, Alfalfa, Brewer’s yeast, Organic kelp, Cod liver oil, Apple cider vinegar, Sunflower oil, Sea salt, Flaxseed, Coconut oil, Choline chloride (vitamin B complex), Red beets, Thyme, Vitamin E supplement, Zinc proteinate, Iron proteinate, Manganese proteinate.

Guaranteed Analysis

  • Calories: 189/medallion
  • Protein: Min 13%
  • Crude Fat: Min 11%
  • Crude Fibre: Max 1.52%
  • Moisture: Max 70%

Formulated to meet the AAFCO and NRC dog food nutritional profiles for growing puppies and for adult dogs.

Transition Tips

  1. Skip 1 or 2 meals to allow your dog’s digestive system to rid itself of its previous diet. Skip this step for puppies.
  2. Add 1/2 cup of hot water to the medallions for a week to ease the transition.
  3. Transition complete! Stop adding water, simply serve raw and voilà!

Feeding Guide

Dog’s Weight Daily Amount
5 lb / 2.3 kg
0.5 medallions
10 lb / 4.5 kg
1 medallion
20 lb / 9.1 kg
2 medallions
30 lb / 13.6 kg
3 medallions
40 lb / 18.1 kg
4 medallions
60 lb / 27.2 kg
5 medallions
80 lb / 36.3 kg
7 medallions
100 lb / 45.4 kg
8 medallions

Remember: these instructions are a general guide. Feel free to adapt the daily amount based on your pet’s age and level of physical activity. Double the suggested amount for puppies.

Handling Guide

Keep frozen. Thaw in the fridge for a day beforehand. Once thawed, a portion can stay in the fridge for up to 3 days. Don’t leave thawed medallions at room temperature for more than 15 minutes. Wash your hands after handling the medallions and clean all surfaces and bowls that may have been in contact with the raw food. For animal consumption only.

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30 $