Ground yellow corn, meat and bone meal, corn gluten meal, ground wheat, wheat mill run, animal fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols), natural flavor, salt, potassium chloride, canola oil, caramel color, calcium carbonate, dicalcium phosphate, Vitamins (vitamin E supplement, d-calcium pantothenate, vitamin A supplement, niacin supplement, riboflavin supplement [source of vitamin B2], thiamine mononitrate [source of vitamin B1], pyridoxine hydrochloride [source of vitamin B6], vitamin D3 supplement, menadione sodium bisulfite complex [source of vitamin K activity], folic acid, biotin, vitamin B12 supplement), minerals (zinc sulfate, ferrous sulfate, copper sulfate, manganese sulfate, sodium selenite, calcium iodate), choline chloride, L-ascorbyl-2polyphosphate [source of ascorbic acid], L-tryptophan, vegetable oil, rosemary extract.
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Crude Fiber (max)
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*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profile.
Red Flannel® Bites N’ Bones Dog Food is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) dog food nutrient profiles for all life stages including growth of large size dogs (70 lbs. or more as an adult).
Calorie Content (Calculated): Metabolizable Energy (ME) 3,390 kcal/kg, 1,540 kcal/lb., 301 kcal/cup**
**Based on a standard 8-ounce measuring cup.
RECOMMENDED DAILY FEEDING GUIDELINES FOR MAINTENANCE OF ADULT DOGS
AMOUNT TO FEED PER DAY IN CUPS
3 to 15
½ to 1-½
15 to 25
1-½ to 2-¼
25 to 50
2-¼ to 3-½
50 to 75
3-½ to 4-½
75 to 100
4-½ to 5-½
5-½ cups plus ½ cup for each 10 lbs. of body weight over 100 lbs.
- The table provides feeding guidelines for maintenance of adult dogs. One measuring cup of Red Flannel® Bites N’ Bones Dog Food contains approximately 3.1 ounces (89 grams).
- The amount given to your dog may vary depending on age, sex, breed, activity level and environment. Adjust the amount fed to maintain ideal body condition.
- Feeding Growing Puppies – When puppies begin to eat, which is usually 3 – 4 weeks of age, provide small amounts of solid food. Provide a constant amount of dry dog food until your puppies are fully weaned (6 – 8 weeks of age). After weaning, use the chart as a guide and feed approximately twice as much as suggested. After one year, follow adult feeding instructions. Consult your veterinarian regularly to maintain your puppy’s ideal body condition and health.
- Feeding for Reproduction – Pregnant or nursing dogs may require two to three times the recommended feeding amount, for adult dogs, to maintain ideal body condition. Adjust feeding rate accordingly.
- Consult your veterinarian regularly to help maintain your dog’s ideal body condition and health.
- When changing your dog’s diet, do so gradually over a 7- to 10-day period to avoid an upset stomach.
- Provide fresh, clean water at all times.
- Thoroughly wash feeding and/or watering bowls on a regular basis.
- It is always good practice to wash hands thoroughly after feeding and/or handling pets or other animals.
- Not for human consumption.