Stella & Chewy’s Stella’s Solutions Immune Support Lamb Freeze-Dried Dog Food is a grain & gluten free, crafted to help your dog achieve a strong immune system.
Made in the USA, it uses grass fed lamb and many other beneficial ingredients with no fillers. It features beta-carotene and bromelain from pineapple flesh and stems to boost immunity. Complete with Omega 3 fatty acids (EPA & DHA), this helps support the important immune B cells. It is also packed with antioxidants from raspberries, cranberries, Vitamin E to combat free radicals in the body.
Enhanced with added taurine and probiotics, it makes a healthy, complete and balanced meal your dog is sure to love. It does not contain any hormones, antibiotics, artificial preservatives, colourings or flavours. Like most freeze-dried foods, it is free of wheat, corn, soy, eggs, peas, lentils and potatoes. It is poultry free, and recommended for dogs that are allergic to chicken.
Lamb, lamb heart, lamb liver, lamb kidney, coconut flour, flaxseed, pineapple stem, pineapple, choline chloride, tocopherols (preservative), beta-carotene, fenugreek seed, raspberries, cranberries, salmon oil, sodium phosphate, zinc proteinate, dried kelp, iron proteinate, taurine, calcium carbonate, vitamin E supplement, thiamine mononitrate, copper proteinate, manganese proteinate, sodium selenite, niacin supplement, d-calcium pantothenate, riboflavin supplement, vitamin A supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin B12 supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride, folic acid.
Crude Protein (min.) 32.0%.
Crude Fat (min.) 32.0%.
Crude Fiber (max.) 5.0%.
Moisture (max.) 5.0%.
Vitamin E (min.) 100 IU/kg.
Omega 3 Fatty Acids* (min.) 2.25%.
Beta Carotene* (min.) 100mg/kg.
Bromelain (pineapple stem)* (min.) 1.00 GDU/g.
*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles.
ME (calculated) = 4910 kcal/kg or 55 kcal/1/4 cup (250 ml).
Feed daily as a complete and balanced meal according to instructions on packaging.
If this food is new to your dog, gradually introduce into his or her diet by mixing in small portions of the new food with the current food. This should take at least 1 week to do so (eg. mix 20% of new food with 80% of the current food for the first two, 40% of the new food with 60% of the current food for the next two, and so on). Do note that the transition period can take up to a month if your dog: