Our food is slowly cooked and frozen, made in small batches with the proper balance of supplements for superior nutrition.
Our egg and rice dog food is gluten and wheat free made for ADULT dogs, however, for puppies, the recommended amount of feeding is twice the amount an adult needs per weight. It is lower in protein (19%) but with high biological value (eggs!) as well as sardinella for vitamin b12. Our eggs and rice variant is made for dogs who require a slightly lower protein content (see guaranteed analysis).
Of course, because of our signature Whole Pet Kitchen touch: our dog food is made with virgin coconut oil as our main fat source, and turmeric and moringa oleifera leaves for their anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties.
Our meals have absolutely ZERO preservatives, by-products, fillers, feed-grade ingredients, artificial colors & flavors!
Always consult your veterinarian when switching dog food!
Ingredients: whole eggs, rice, sweet potato, sardinella, fish broth, water, snap beans, carrot, river spinach, moringa oleifera leaves, virgin coconut oil, human-grade multivitamin & zinc supplements, turmeric powder, vitamin e
How much to feed per day:
- toy: 3-12 lbs. – 100-290g
- small: 13-20 lbs. – 290 – 420g
- medium: 21-50 lbs. – 430 – 840g
- large: 51-90 lbs. – 850 – 1300g
- extra large: 90+ lbs. 1300g up
Switching to Good Dog Grub is easy! (may take longer for sensitive dogs)
Good Dog Grub
Storage & Feeding: Freeze unused portions until ready to feed. Thaw in the fridge overnight or boil in its bag for 2 mins. Food may spoil when left out at room temp for several hours, Can be stored in fridge for up to 2 days in container. Make sure your dog has a bowl of fresh water daily.
Low Protein Requirement? Some pets need lower protein than what we have here, with the supervision of your vet and a go signal on the ingredients (if your pet has special needs), you may lower the protein of this meal by exchanging a percentage of Good Dog Grub with vegetables like sweet potato, potatoes, squash or grains like rice, oats and pasta. Additional supplements from your vet may be needed if your dog has an underlying condition.
Learn more about Good Dog Grub here!