Dog food with wholesome natural ingredients, especially formulated for adult dogs, promotes overall health
Real lamb meat and fruits and vegetables provide essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidant nutrients
NO artificial preservatives, colors, or flavors
Drs. Foster & Smith Lamb & Brown Rice Formula Adult dog food, perfect for dogs who prefer a lamb and rice food. REAL LAMB, the first ingredient in our doctor's formula, provides high quality protein and amino acids to support healthy tissues. Whole barley, brown rice, and flaxseed are natural sources of carbohydrates for fiber and energy. Sweet potatoes, carrots, and apples provide vitamins and minerals to help support cell growth and a healthy immune system. Sunflower oil contains the fatty acids essential to support soft skin and a lustrous coat. Contains 21% protein, 11% fat, 3.5% fiber. For dogs one year old or older.
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*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles. ^Dried Bacillus coagulans Fermentation Product GBI-30 6086 (Patent No. 6,461,607). †Colony forming units per pound. [Back to top]
4-1/2 cups plus 1/3 to 1/2 cup for each 20 lbs over 100 lbs
*Use a standard 8 oz. liquid measuring cup. An 8 oz. cup = 3.9 oz. by weight. If feeding multiple meals, divide daily amount into equal portions.
Your dog's requirements may vary from the above feeding guide. Adjust quantities as necessary to maintain optimal weight. If you're unsure about how much to feed your dog, seek veterinary/professional advice.
If feeding Drs. Foster & Smith dog food for the first time, gradually adjust your dog's current diet to avoid stomach upset. Mix 1/4 part Drs. Foster & Smith food with current food for 2-3 days. Gradually increase the new food and decrease current food over 7-10 days until you are feeding all Drs. Foster & Smith food.
Keep fresh drinking water available at all times.
Drs. Foster & Smith Lamb & Brown Rice Formula Dog Food is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for all life stages. [Back to top]
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