Turkey is a lean meat that is a rich source of vitamins and minerals which help to regulate blood pressure, boost the immune system and facilitate the processes of healing. Turkey meat is an excellent source of essential amino acids in protein. It is lower in saturated fat and cholesterol than chicken or beef. It also contains the essential Amino Acid Tryptophan, which plays an important role in strengthening the immune system. 1 package = 2 lbs.
Meat (74.64%): Turkey Necks (including bone), Turkey, Turkey Livers, Turkey Hearts, and Turkey Gizzards.
Vegetables (24.66%): Sweet Potato, Lettuce, Carrots, Squash (seasonal), Celery, and Parsley (vegetables may vary based on seasonality).
Special Nutrient Mix (0.70%): Organic Flax Seed Oil, Cod Liver Oil (source of Vitamin D), Proprietary Vitamin and Mineral Mix.
Turkey is a rich source of nutrients including Vitamin B3 or Niacin, which plays a critical role in processing fats into energy in the body, and B6, a vitamin that helps maintain steady blood sugar levels. It is also a good source for the minerals Zinc, Potassium and for Vitamin B12. Turkey contains Selenium, which is essential for the healthy function of the thyroid and immune system.
23% of the meat in our turkey dog food comes from organ meats. Turkey hearts are a nutrient-rich striated muscle meat, and are a good source of Thiamine, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Phosphorus, Iron, and Zinc. Turkey liver is a good source of lean protein and Vitamin A.
Vegetables provide our dog foods with important fiber, minerals, and vitamins. We use a mix of leafy greens like Romaine Lettuce and Celery, and root vegetables like Yams, Yellow Squash, and Zucchini.
Trace minerals such as Zinc, Copper, Iron, and Manganese are added in Proteinate form from natural sources for better bioavailability.
We use Flax Seed Oil to help balance the fat profile for Omega-6 and Omega-3 fatty acids in
the meal. Wild Caught Cod Liver Oil as a source of natural Vitamin D.
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