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Kangaroo is the only truly ‘wild’ meat available on a large scale in Australia; completely free range.
Doctor B’s Kangaroo Recipe BARF is low in fat and high in protein, making it a good choice for dogs with pancreatitis or obesity, or other conditions requiring a low fat diet.
It is complete and balanced for all life stages of dogs, but the low fat makes it less suitable as the sole diet for a growing small breed puppy, a pregnant or lactating bitch or highly active working dog. It can still be fed to these dogs in rotation with other Doctor B’s ‘flavours’.
Doctor B's BARF Kangaroo recipe is highly valuable to any dog (or cat) that suffers from pancreatitis, obesity or any other problem requiring a healthy and balanced low fat diet. Since it is a novel meat protein, it's also useful for dogs with allergies to common meat proteins. This recipe is also ideal for less active dogs.
Not so good for :
Growing puppies, pregnant and lactating bitches, working dogs.
Kangaroo, Chicken, Beef and/or Pork and/or Lamb (includes meat, finely ground bones and offal), Carrots, Apples, Whole Eggs, Salmon Frames, Yoghurt, Spinach and/or Silverbeet, Oranges, Cabbage, Alfalfa, Dehydrated Kelp, Flaxseed, Celery, Garlic, plus other assorted seasonal vegetables and /or fruits
Crude Protein minimum : 16.5% (as fed)
Crude Fat minimum : 8.0% (as fed)
Crude Fibre maximum : < 3.0% (D.M. Basis)
Salt : < 1.0% (D.M. Basis)
Calcium (Ca) minimum : 1.4% (D.M. Basis)
Phosphorus (P) minimum : 1.1% (D.M. Basis)
Calcium : Phosphorus Ratio : 1 : 0.8
Energy per 100 g : 543 kJ
Energy per serve (227 g) : 1232 kJ
Each box weighs 2.72 kg and contains 12 individually wrapped frozen patties of 227 g each.
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Daily Feeding Guideline:
2-3% of body weight (adults)
3-6% of body weight (puppies)
2-4% of body weight (large to giant breed puppies)