Lamb is a great source of amino acids that builds muscles and B vitamins that stimulate metabolism. Lamb does have high fat content, much like beef, but it is all pasture grown, under good conditions, and the meat is of high quality. Lamb is also considered a “heating” meat, as sheep are native to cold climates.
Because of this, some dogs many see some form of heat rash or skin irritation towards Lamb meat. We advise that dogs with IBD and Renal issues should avoid Lamb diet due to its high fat content.
||Lamb Shoulder, Lamb Heart, Lamb Tripe, Lamb Pluck, Pumpkin, Carrots, Spinach, Broccoli, Organic Kale, Sweet Potatoes, Grounded Free Range Eggshells, Sea Kelp, Spirulina, Blueberries, Cranberry Powder, Alaskan Salmon Oil, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil.
Crude Protein (min): 17.9%
Crude Fat (min): 7.2%
Moisture (max): 68.3%
Ash (max): 1%
CA-to-P ratio 1.32:1