Puppy Raw Complete

Calculated Nutritional Breakdown 

Protein (g) 71.382

Tryptophan (g) 0.594

Threonine (g) 2.367

Isoleucine (g) 2.498

Leucine (g) 4.496

Lysine (g) 4.601

Methionine and Cystine (g) 2.093

(Methionine and Cystine produce Taurine in the body)

Phenylalanine and Tyrosine (g) 2.299

Valine (g) 2.845

Arginine (g) 3.650

Histidine (g) 1.632

Total Fat (g)16.4161.416

Linoleic acid (g) 10.078

Alpha-Linolenic Acid (g) 0.612

EPA & DHA (g) 0.588

Omega 6 : Omega 3 Ratio: 9.01

Total Carbs (g)0.0052.724

Fiber (g)5.735


Calcium (mg) 2080.250

Iron (mg) 22.660

Magnesium (mg) 174.150

Phosphorus (mg) 1750.300

Potassium (mg) 1708.250

Sodium (mg) 408.250

Zinc (mg)26.370

Copper (mg)2.989

Manganese (mg)1.554

Selenium (mcg)174.430

Iodine (mcg) 405.000

Ca:P 1.19


Vitamin C (mg)44.369

B1 Thiamin (mg) 0.683

B2 Riboflavin (mg) 2.213

B3 Niacin (mg) 23.408

B5 Pantothenic Acid (mg) 5.929

B6 Pyridoxine (mg) 1.448

B9 Folic Acid (mcg) 108.270

Choline (mg) 170.083

B12 Cobalamin (mcg) 24.518

Retinol (mcg) 1320.697

Cholecalciferol (mcg) 8.149

Vitamin K (mcg)492.41121.563

Notes - Vitamin K is produced by gut bacteria in healthy dogs. 

Choline is not included in many of the laboratory analysis on the ingredients included. This means that the choline level will be higher in real life than on this analysis. 

What does 'Calculated

Nutritional Breakdown' Mean? 

When working with whole foods it is not possible to guarantee the analysis in every single batch. This is because raw ingredients vary slightly in nutritional content depending on many factors including the season, the breed and way the meat has been raised.

These nutritional analyses are produced using nutritional calculations based on available average nutritional content of each ingredient that is included. 

We keep our ingredients and processes as consistent as possible to reduce variation between batches. This includes sourcing our ingredients in the same way whenever we can (much of our meat is produced here on our own farm!), and using the same cuts when we make our 'mince' so that we keep factors like fat content and amino acid profiles as consistent as possible. 




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