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How Do I Know If I’m Feeding My Pet a Nutritionally Balanced Meal?
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It’s absolutely necessary to have nutritional balance when it comes to your pet’s diet. If the diet is unbalanced it can create health problems for your pet.1 Even if you’ve taken the time to thoroughly research the specific nutritional requirements your pet needs or have followed meal recipes written by pet nutrition experts, it’s still possible to miss something.
Many homemade or prey model diets are deficient in antioxidants, lack the correct amounts of minerals and vitamins, or lack the right fatty acid balance. This runs the risk of unbalanced skeletal growth, poor organ or immune health and other potentially critical health issues in pets.
All Darwin’s Meals Are:
Carefully Formulated, Consistent, and Reliable
All Darwin’s meals are formulated with the guidance of holistic veterinarians and pet nutritionists to be high protein, moderate in fat and low in carbohydrates. They also contain balanced Omega 6 and 3 fatty acids as well as essential vitamins and minerals from natural and organic compounds. Our meals meet or exceed AAFCO nutritional standards for pet food for all life stages and the National Research Council’s guidelines for pet nutrition.
Made Fresh and Immediately Frozen to Lock in Nutrients
As nutrients degrade over time, you can visually see the difference. The meat in other frozen pet foods is often brown or gray in color, signaling that the fats have oxidized and possibly gone rancid from long-term storage and/or improper handling.
Our meals are mixed and packed, then immediately vacuum sealed and frozen so they retain their fresh smell and taste when they reach your home!