Vital Large Breed Chicken Meal - Grain Free - Dry Dog Food - BORÉAL
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Vital Large Breed Chicken Meal - Grain Free - Dry Dog Food - BORÉAL

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  •   Single Meat Protein

  • Large Kibble

  • High Meat Low Carb

     

  • Grain Free and Gluten Free

     

  • Prebiotics to Help Digestion

     

  • Taurine and DL-Methionine for Healthy Heart

     

  • Canadian Chicken

     

  • Unique organic minerals for deeper coat color and improved mobility

    At Boréal we strive to make the best food for every dog and cat. We source every possible ingredient from Canadian farms and fisheries.  Boréal Vital Chicken is a high meat, low carb, grain free food; with a focus on low glycemic ingredients to help keep your pet healthy.

    • We use high quality chicken meal as the first ingredient – chicken is a source of naturally occurring glucosamine, an amino acid which supports joints and bones. As well chicken is a protein dense meat and is easily digested.
    • Boréal Vital is built around low glycemic index foods – which take longer for your pet to digest compared to foods with potato, white rice, corn or soy.
    • Boréal Vital is grain free and gluten free – we use no artificial colours, preservatives or flavours.
    • Boréal Vital is an everyday diet which can be used to help keep your adult dog at a healthy weight.


    At Boréal we add a unique blend of organic minerals to all our foods to help produce a better coloured, softer coat. A recent study found in addition to better coat color, footpads became smoother and less sore leading to more activity. Ask us about Propath® Pet from Zinpro® Performance Minerals.

INGREDIENTS

Chicken meal, pea, northern white pea bean, chicken fat (naturally preserved with vitamin E), lentils, pea protein, brewers dried yeast, green whole pea, flaxseed, natural liver flavour, potassium chloride, taurine, DL-methionine, dried apple, dried carrot, salt, vitamin E supplement, copper sulfate, folic acid supplement, vitamin B12 supplement, vitamin A supplement, niacin supplement, selenium yeast, manganese amino acid complex, calcium pantothenate, riboflavin, biotin supplement, vitamin D3 supplement,  calcium iodate.


GUARANTEED AND TYPICAL ANALYSIS

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: Crude Protein (Min) 26%, Crude Fat (Min) 14%, Crude Fiber (Max) 6.5%, Moisture (Max) 10%, Ash (Max) 7%, Calcium (Min) 1.4%, Phosphorous (Min) 1.04%, Zinc (Min) 100mg/kg, Omega-3 Fatty Acids (Min)* 0.29%, Omega-6 Fatty Acids (Min)* 2.34%, Glucosamine (Naturally Occuring)* (Min) 400mg/kg

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

CALORIE CONTENT (Calculated  ME): 3420 kcal/kg - 410 kcal/cup


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

7.45

 

Protein

31.36

34.05

Fat

16.37

17.77

Fiber

6.28

6.82

Ash

6.82

7.4

Phosphorous

1.09

1.18

Potassium

.99

1.07

Magnesium

.15

.16

Calcium

1.71

1.86

Sodium

.23

.25

Carbohydrate

 38.01

 41.27

 

                As-Is Basis (mg/kg)

Dry Matter Basis (mg/kg)

Iron

410
446

Manganese

36.73

39.88

Zinc

235.43

255


DAILY SUGGESTED RATIONS

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.


Note: We recommend puppies be fed all life stage diets before switching to a large breed food at 9 -12 months old.


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