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Ingredient Dictionary

  • Apple

    Apples provide both soluble and insoluble fiber, Vitamin C and Beta–Carotene. A high percentage of the fiber that an apple provides is soluble, and the majority of that is a type called pectin.

  • Barley Flour

    Barley flour is a finely ground flour made by grinding whole barley grain. Barley offers modest amounts of slowly digested starch and the soluble fiber ß-glucan

  • Brown Rice

    Brown Rice is the entire rice kernel containing the nutrient-rich bran with only the rice hull removed. It is an excellent source of complex carbohydrates, provides quick energy and is loaded with B vitamins, magnesium, fatty acids and other minerals.

  • Cane Molasses

    Cane molasses is the result of the manufacture of sucrose from sugar cane. It must contain not less than 43% total sugars expressed as invert and not less than 73% total solids. This ingredient is often used as a flavor or natural colorant.

  • Canola Oil

    Canola Oil is obtained by extracting the oil from canola seeds. It cannot contain more than 3% impurities. The oil provides the animal with calories needed for energy and the essential fatty acid alpha–linoleic acid necessary for a healthy coat.

  • Carrots

    Carrots are an excellent source of fiber and minerals. Also a good natural source of beta-carotene, an antioxidant essential for neutralizing free radicals.

  • Charcoal

    Defined as dark-colored porus forms of carbon made from the organic parts of vegetable or animal substances, by their incomplete combustion. Typically used as a colorant and odor absorber. It is an excellent source of calcium and magnesium phosphate.

  • Chicken

    Chicken is the clean combination of skin and flesh derived from whole chickens. It is an excellent source of high quality protein and fatty acids.

  • Chicken Liver

    Chicken Liver is liver specifically from chicken. It is an excellent source of high quality protein and a rich source of Vitamins A, D and virtually all of the B vitamins.

  • Chicken Meal

    As the chicken cooks, all of the fat and water are released, creating a concentrated, highly-digestible protein and fat source.

  • Cranberry Seed

    Cranberry Seeds are a source of protein with a balanced ratio of essential to non-essential amino acids. Along with being high in fiber content (soluble and insoluble) cranberry fiber is an excellent source of antioxidants and omega 3, 6 & essential fatty acids.

  • Egg

    Defined as the dried, whole, cooked eggs (minus shells). It is often added to pet foods to increase the protein biological value. Raw egg whites contain avidin, which binds to biotin (B Vitamin) to make it unavailable to the pet. Therefore, it is not recommended to feed pets raw eggs.

  • Fennel

    An herb that helps prevent the formation of gas in the gastrointestinal tract and possesses anti-microbial actions, both of which help to freshen breath.

  • Fish Oil

    An excellent source of long chain Omega 3 fatty acids which are critical for healthy skin and coat.

  • Ground Flaxseed

    Also known as linseeds, flaxseeds are rich in Omega 3 fatty acids. Flaxseeds are high in fiber that adds bulk to the diet. Omega-3 fats in flaxseed also improve the shine of the pet’s coat. It also aids in the movement of food through the digestive system.

  • Herring

    Herring is the clean tissue of undercomposed whole herring or herring parts. It is a source of protein and long chain Omega 3 fatty acids which are critical for healthy skin and coat, proper body function and enhanced learning of young puppies.

  • Lamb

    The clean flesh derived from lambs and is limited to that part of the striated muscle which is skeletal or that which is found in the tongue, or heart, with or without the accompanying and overlying fat and the portions of the skin, sinew, nerve, and blood vessels which normally accompany the flesh. An excellent source of protein.

  • Oatmeal

    Oatmeal is obtained in the manufacture of rolled oat groats or rolled oats and consists of broken oat groats, oat groat chips and floury portions of the oat groats with only such quantity of finely ground oat hulls as is unavoidable in the usual process of commercial milling. It must not contain more than 4% crude fiber. Oatmeal is an excellent source of highly digestible carbohydrates, protein and nutritional fiber.

  • Olive Oil

    Olive Oil is a vegetable oil obtained from the olive. Olive oil is regarded as a healthful dietary oil because of its high content of monounsaturated fat (mainly oleic fatty acid) and polyphenols. It is a blend of virgin oil and refined virgin oil. It commonly lacks a strong flavor.

  • Peas

    Peas are an excellent source of protein and fiber. They are a great representative of the “Green” vegetable group.

  • Potatoes

    Potatoes are whole, freshly cooked potatoes that include the skins. Potatoes provide B vitamins, carbohydrates, zinc, vitamin C, copper, iron, magnesium, niacin and potassium.

  • Prebiotics

    Prebiotics are usually composed of chicory root extract, of which the primary compound is inulin. Inulin serves as a food source for the probiotics.

  • Rosemary Extract

    Rosemary (Rosemarinus Officinalis) is a highly effective natural preservative high in antioxidants.

  • Salmon

    Salmon is the clean tissue of un-decomposed whole salmon or salmon cuttings. It is an excellent source of high quality protein, calcium, phosphorous and long chain Omega 3 fatty acids, which are critical for healthy skin, coat and proper body function.

  • Spinach

    Spinach is exceptionally rich in carotenoids, including beta-carotene and lutein, and also contains quercetin, a phytochemical with antioxidant properties. Spinach is also a good source of magnesium and manganese.

  • Squash

    Originally native to North America squash were used as food in Mexico as early as 5,000 BC. The colonists of New England adopted the name squash, a word derived from several Native American words for the vegetable . Squash or zucchini is an excellent source of beta carotene, vitamin C and potassium.

  • Sunflower Oil

    Sunflower oil is obtained by extracting the oil from sunflower seeds. It cannot contain by definition more than 3% impurities. The oil provides the animal with calories needed for energy and the essential fatty acid alpha-linoleic acid (an omega-6 fatty acid) essential for a shiny coat and healthy skin.

  • Sweet Potatoes

    Sweet Potatoes are excellent source of complex carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and Beta Carotene. The starch in sweet potatoes converts to sugar easily and provides quick energy. Sweet potatoes are not part of the “Night Shade” family.

  • Tomato Pomace

    Tomato Pomace is the mixture of tomato skins, pulp and crushed seeds. It is an excellent source of soluble fiber and rich in the antioxidant lycopene

  • Tomatoes

    Whole tomatoes are an excellent source of vitamin C and especially rich in the carotenoid lycopene which is an important anti-oxidant.

  • Turkey

    Turkey is the clean combination of skin and flesh without the bone derived from whole turkeys. It is an excellent source of high quality protein and essential fatty acids.

  • Venison

    The clean flesh derived from deer and is limited to that part of the striate muscle which is skeletal with or without the accompanying and overlying fat and the portions of the skin, sinew, nerve, and blood vessels which normally accompany the flesh. Venison is an excellent source of protein.

  • Wheat

    Wheat is a grain which primarily is used as a source of carbohydrates. It is also an inexpensive source of protein and fat. The more processed the wheat, the more digestible, i.e.: ground wheat will be more digestible than whole wheat. It is not as digestible as rice, but does provide more fats and protein than rice.

Cranberry Seed

Cranberry Seeds are a source of protein with a balanced ratio of essential to non-essential amino acids. Along with being high in fiber content (soluble and insoluble) cranberry fiber is an excellent source of antioxidants and omega 3, 6 & essential fatty acids.

Oatmeal

Oatmeal is obtained in the manufacture of rolled oat groats or rolled oats and consists of broken oat groats, oat groat chips and floury portions of the oat groats with only such quantity of finely ground oat hulls as is unavoidable in the usual process of commercial milling. It must not contain more than 4% crude fiber. Oatmeal is an excellent source of highly digestible carbohydrates, protein and nutritional fiber.

Peas

Peas are an excellent source of protein and fiber. They are a great representative of the “Green” vegetable group.

Spinach

Spinach is exceptionally rich in carotenoids, including beta-carotene and lutein, and also contains quercetin, a phytochemical with antioxidant properties. Spinach is also a good source of magnesium and manganese.

Squash

Originally native to North America squash were used as food in Mexico as early as 5,000 BC. The colonists of New England adopted the name squash, a word derived from several Native American words for the vegetable . Squash or zucchini is an excellent source of beta carotene, vitamin C and potassium.

Sunflower Oil

Sunflower oil is obtained by extracting the oil from sunflower seeds. It cannot contain by definition more than 3% impurities. The oil provides the animal with calories needed for energy and the essential fatty acid alpha-linoleic acid (an omega-6 fatty acid) essential for a shiny coat and healthy skin.

Sweet Potatoes

Sweet Potatoes are excellent source of complex carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and Beta Carotene. The starch in sweet potatoes converts to sugar easily and provides quick energy. Sweet potatoes are not part of the “Night Shade” family.

Tomato Pomace

Tomato Pomace is the mixture of tomato skins, pulp and crushed seeds. It is an excellent source of soluble fiber and rich in the antioxidant lycopene

Venison

The clean flesh derived from deer and is limited to that part of the striate muscle which is skeletal with or without the accompanying and overlying fat and the portions of the skin, sinew, nerve, and blood vessels which normally accompany the flesh. Venison is an excellent source of protein.

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