Our Chicken and Squash meal is a grainfree variant made with bitter gourd, okra and chayote. It contains a myriad of different fruits and vegetables which helps it be low calorie and higher in protein than our chicken and rice variant. This high fiber meal is perfect for dogs who love chicken. This variant is great for active pets.
Bitter gourd may help reduce blood sugar levels of dogs over time and is used by many holistic veterinarians in maintenance of dog diabetes with no known side effects.
Of course, because of our signature Whole Pet Kitchen touch: our dog food is made with virgin coconut oil as a source of fat and turmeric and moringa oleifera leaves for their anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties.
Our food is slowly cooked and frozen, made in small batches with the proper balance of supplements for superior nutrition.
Our meals have absolutely ZERO preservatives, fillers, feed-grade ingredients, artificial colors & flavors!
Always consult your veterinarian when switching dog food!
Ingredients: chicken, squash, sweet potato, banana, chayote, river spinach, bitter gourd, green beans, carrots, whole eggs, okra, moringa oleifera, chicken stock, fish stock, virgin coconut oil, sardinella, turmeric, multivitamin and mineral supplements, black pepper
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Total Calories Cal/100g
How much to feed per day:
- toy: 3-12 lbs. – 220-393g
- small: 13-20 lbs. – 670-920g
- medium: 21-50 lbs. – 950-1800g
- large: 51-90 lbs. – 1860-2840g
- extra large: 90+ lbs. 2870g up
These recommendations must be adjust based on your dog’s activities and age. Senior dogs and overweight dogs should eat less than the recommendations above.
Switching to Good Dog Grub is easy! (may take longer for sensitive dogs)
Good Dog Grub
Lower 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 small percentage 10% of Good Dog Grub with vegetables like sweet potato, potatoes, squash or grains like rice, oats and pasta.