December 2011 Petsumer Report reviews 9 dog foods, 1 dog treat from K9 Natural Pet Food.
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K9 Natural Pet Foods
K9 Natural Pet Foods are manufactured in New Zealand. Manufacturing facility is inspected and certified by NZ Food Safety Authority meeting EU standards (similar to APHIS EU certification in the US). Foods contain no GMO’s, no antibiotics, and no growth hormones. Lamb and beef ingredients sourced from grass fed animals. K9 Natural Pet Foods are raw diets using food to provide a balanced diet (exceeding AAFCO requirements); no vitamin/mineral premixes. For more information visit www.k9natural.com
Lamb & King Salmom Feast Dog Food Raw
Ingredients: Lamb Meat, Lamb bone, lamb blood, lamb green tripe, king salmon, lamb liver, broccoli, cauliflower, carrot, spinach (chard), cabbage, apple, pear, lamb heart, lamb kidney, egg, green lipped mussel and garlic.
Red Flag Ingredients: None
US Only Ingredients: All ingredients sourced from New Zealand
Natural Preservatives: Yes
Shelf Life: 1 year
Crude Protein: 11.5% Crude Fat: 20% Crude Fiber: 2.7% Moisture: 64%
Plus: The K9 Natural Representative told me ingredients are human grade/human quality. Vitamins and minerals are provided by food ingredients, not supplements. This pet food contains several animal protein sources – lamb, tripe, salmon, liver, egg, mussel.
To explain the rating – only the first five ingredients – the majority of the food – are rated and listed in bold type. Grey Font ingredients imply ingredients providing pets little to no nutrition, and Red Font ingredients are Red Flag ingredients that are potentially dangerous to pets. Quality ingredients are listed in bold black font. Five quality ingredients gives the pet food a five Paw Print rating. Four quality ingredients gives the pet food a four Paw Print rating, and so forth. Four Paw Prints is the highest rating possible for a canned pet food. Do not rely on the paw print rating alone; read the Plus/Minus information and manufacturer information at the top of each page.
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