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Rawbble Grain Free Duck Limited Ingredient Freeze Dried Dog Food/Toppers/Treats

$19.90 - $84.90
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Weight:
0.15 KGS

Always Fresh Meat. No meat meal.

A balanced diet, a nutritious topper or a delicious treat, RAWBBLE® Freeze Dried Food for dogs combines the whole-animal nutrients of raw food with the convenience of kibble in a limited ingredient recipe. RAWBBLE® is 94-98% meat, bones and organs to provide your pup with a healthy source of protein and to help give them healthy teeth and gums too.

RAWBBLE® uses freeze-dried technology to lock more naturally sourced essential nutrients into every bite. Packaged in resealable bags, the product is easily rehydrated and the small pieces make feeding, topping or treating easy and convenient.

  • Fresh Meat. No Meals.™
  • Limited Ingredient
  • Grain Free & Gluten Free
  • USDA Human-Grade inspected USA-sourced Free-range Chicken
  • 98% Meat, Organs & Bones
  • Superior 95% Protein Digestibility
  • No Added Hormones or Antibiotics
  • No Added Fillers or Flavorings
  • No Artificial Preservatives or Colors
  • No Rendered By-Products
  • No Soy, Corn, Rice or Wheat
  • USA Made and Sourced, Of Course!
  • Complete & Balanced for All Life Stages
  • Mix with BIXBI Dry Food!

Ingredients:
Duck with Ground Bone, Duck Liver, Duck Heart, Pumpkin, Coconut Oil, Salmon Oil, Selenium Yeast, Vitamin E Supplement, Manganese Proteinate, Riboflavin Supplement, Calcium Iodate, d-Calcium Pantothenate, Mixed Tocopherols (a preservative), Rosemary Extract.

Rehydration:
We recommend rehydrating by adding 1/2 cup of warm water per cup. If feeding dry, make sure your dog drinks plenty of water at mealtime.

Transitioning to RAWBBLE
When transitioning dog food, some dogs may be better by making a gradual transition over 7 to 10 days. Start with 25% of the new food mixed with 75% of the previous food and gradually increase the new food while decreasing the previous food until the transition is complete. The Daily Feeding Guide is a good starting point for daily feeding suggestions. If you feed more than once per day, simply divide the daily feeding amount by the number of times fed per day.