Duck & Beef

Duck & Beef

36 $

This double meat recipe is the ultimate feast for your carnivorous feline companion! With its two sources of high-quality protein, duck, and 100% Canadian beef, your cat will receive all the nutrients needed to reach its optimal health. This is an excellent option if your feline companion suffers from a chicken allergy. 

Richer in protein than white meat, beef contains all the amino acids necessary for a cat’s well-being. Additionally, beef provides carnosine, an amino acid that helps reduce inflammation and reinforces the immune system. It’s also a superb source of manganese, selenium, potassium, and B-complex vitamins. Duck is a hypoallergenic protein that contains a fantastic source of vitamin B6 known for its positive relationship with cardiovascular, immunity, and cerebral health. 

To increase the nutritional variety of your cat’s diet, alternate with our Chicken & Salmon or Beef & Sardine recipes.

Format: 6 lb / 24 medallions

Ingredients

Duck, Beef, Finely ground duck bones, Beef heart, Beef liver, Cranberries, Apple cider vinegar, Brewer’s yeast, Sunflower oil, Cod liver oil, Flax, Organic kelp, Sea salt, Red beets, Choline chloride (vitamin B complex), Probiotic, Vitamin E supplement, Zinc proteinate, Iron proteinate, Manganese proteinate, Thiamin, Biotin, Folic acid.

Guaranteed Analysis

  • Calories: 191/medallion
  • Protein: Min 15%
  • Crude Fat: Min 12%
  • Crude Fier: Max 0.6%
  • Moisture: Max 67%

Formulated to meet the AAFCO and NRC dog and cat food nutritional profiles for growing kittens and for adult cats.

Transition Tips

  1. Add ¼ to ½ cup of hot water to the medallions for a week. Since cats prefer warmer than cold food, this might ease the transition.
  2. Transition complete! Stop adding water, simply serve raw and voilà! Thaw in the fridge for a day beforehand. 

Feeding Guide

Cat’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

Important: for kittens, double the suggested portion.

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 kittens.

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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36 $