Large Breed Red Meat Proper is based on lamb meal with a low glycemic base of pea and beans. Our large breed formulas all keep to a moderate protein level and have added glucosamine, Omega-6 and Availa®Pet minerals to support the dietary needs of large breed dogs.  We believe that pet foods should avoid starchy ingredients that might lead to weight gain and obesity. An alternative to a grain free diet is to pick a dog food that avoids the high sugar grains such as corn or wheat. There are particular grains such as steel cut oats that are very good for your dog and have many beneficial properties.

Weight 5 kg


Lamb meal, pearled barley, oat groats, brown rice, barley, pork meal, pea protein, pork fat, brewers dried yeast, alfalfa meal, northern white pea bean, pea, natural liver flavor, potassium chloride, dried apple, dried carrot, salt, yeast extract, chicory root extract, fumaric acid, lactic acid, citric acid, malic acid, thyme extract, choline chloride, taurine, DL-methionine, ferrous sulfate, zinc oxide, vitamin E supplement, copper sulfate, folic acid supplement, vitamin B12 supplement, vitamin A supplement, niacin supplement, selenium yeast, manganese oxide, calcium pantothenate supplement, riboflavin, biotin supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, calcium iodate, zinc amino acid complex, manganese amino acid complex, iron amino acid complex, dried cranberries, dried blueberry, yucca schidigera extract



Protein (Minimum) 24.0%
Fat (Minimum) 12.0%
Fiber (Maximum) 3.9%
Ash (Maximum) 6.5%
Calcium (Minimum) 2.1%
Phosphorous (Minimum) 1.23%
Moisture (Maximum) 10.0%
Linolec Acid (Omega-6 EFA)* 4.49%
Linolenic Acid (Omega-3 EFA*) 0.9%
Zinc 100  ppm
Glucosamine (Naturally Occuring)* (Min) 400mg/kg
Energy 3500 kcal/kg / 440 kcal/cup

*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles

Typical Analysis

To create our typical analysis information we use ingredient data from recent lab analyses along with expected vales from the ingredients database.  This chart will give more information than you would see in our guaranteed analysis, but is not intended to represent absolute values.

                As-Is Basis (%) Dry Matter Basis (%)
Moisture 8.09
Protein 25.65 27.91
Fat 14.08 15.32
Fiber 4.67 5.08
Ash 6.16 6.70
Phosphorous 1.29 1.40
Potassium 0.80 0.87
Magnesium .15 .16
Calcium 1.49 1.62
Sodium .46 .50
Carbohydrate  45.67  49.69
                As-Is Basis (mg/kg) Dry Matter Basis (mg/kg)
Iron 340 370
Manganese 43.18 46.98
Zinc 320 349


Dog Weight – Active Dog
Daily Feedings
Lbs Kg Cups Grams
66 lb 30 kg 3 1/3 400
88 lb 40 kg 4 1/4 510
110 lb 50 kg 5 600
132 lb 60 kg 5 1/2 660
154 lb 70 kg 6 1/4 750
176 lb 80 kg 7 840

Less Active Adult Weight
Daily Feedings
Lbs Kg Cups Grams
66 lb 30 kg 2 1/4 270
88 lb 40 kg 2 3/4 330
110 lb 50 kg 3 1/4 390
132 lb 60 kg 3 3/4 450
154 lb 70 kg 4 1/4 510
176 lb 80 kg 4 3/4 560

NOTE: Pregnant dogs may require 2-3 times more than the adult amount. Nursing dogs may require 2-4 times the adult amount. Feed as much food as required to maintain the pregnant, nursing dog’s ideal body condition.


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