Rice, Turkey & Sweet Potato


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MSRP $12.99 Quick and convenient freeze dried formula of 100% cage-free white meat turkey, white rice and sweet potato. NOW WITH ELECTROLYTES! For use when your veterinarian recommends a bland diet to soothe your dog’s digestive tract during times of upset, such as vomiting or diarrhea. This diet is only to be used until healthy digestion is restored, or for as long as your veterinarian recommends. All ingredients are raised or grown in the U.S.A. Our premium turkey breast is raised without antibiotics or hormones and is processed in a USDA human-grade facility. Manufactured in Vermont, this formula contains no meat by-products, gluten, artificial flavors, dyes or chemicals. Just the best for your dog!

Directions for Use
Rehydrate freeze dried ingredients before feeding to dogs.

Shake bag to mix. Place dried mixture into a bowl and add boiling water in equal amounts. Stir, cover and let stand for 15-20 minutes until completely cool before serving. Dried mixture will double in volume with rehydration. Continue to feed to your dog for 2-3 days, or for as long as your veterinarian recommends. Then gradually wean your dog back to its regular diet.

The guideline below should NOT be used in place of your veterinarian’s recommendation. Water can be increased or decreased based on your preference.
Small Dogs (<25 lbs)1/2 cup dried + 1/2 cup boiling water, twice daily4 servings/ bag
Medium Dogs (25-50 lbs)3/4 cup dried + 3/4 cup boiling water, twice daily3 servings/ bag
Large Dogs (>50 lbs)1 cup dried + 1 cup boiling water, twice daily2 servings/ bag
Guaranteed Analysis per Cup (3 oz)
Crude Protein16.0%
Crude Fat2.0%
Crude Fiber (max)1.7%
Moisture (max)8.0%
Potassium (min)880 ppm (75 mg)
Sodium (min)890 ppm (76 mg)
Calorie Content (calculated)
ME 3250 kcal/kg276 kcal/cup (3 oz)

White Rice, Freeze Dried Turkey Breast, Sweet Potato, Glycine, Sodium Chloride, Potassium Chloride


Store in cool, dry place. Refrigerate after opening. For animal use only. Intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.