Fromm Four-Star Lamb & Lentil Dry Dog Food
Fromm Four Star Lamb and Lentil is a grain-free dry dog food that features low-glycemic carbohydrates. Fromm sources lamb from New Zealand, which produces some of the highest-quality meats available in the world. Lamb is low in saturated fat and is a good source of minerals. Lentils provide a low-fat source of dietary fiber as well as a variety of minerals, and chickpeas provide a low-glycemic, high-protein source of fiber and minerals. Olive oil is a unique ingredient that, being high in monounsaturated fats, aids in maintaining a healthy cholesterol balance. This is an all-life-stages food that features very small, dog shaped kibble pieces. Tomato, yellow squash, zucchini, apples, and other fresh, whole-food produce provide antioxidants, fiber, vitamins, and minerals. This diet, which features novel sources of proteins and fat, is a good choice for dogs with protein sensitivities.
About The Manufacturer
Fromm Family Foods is a fifth generation family-owned and family-operated pet food company that throughout its history has demonstrated remarkable innovation, including developing the first canine distemper vaccine in the 1930s and pioneering the use of vitamin E as a preservative in the 1980s.
Lamb, Lamb Meal, Lentils, Chickpeas, Dried Whole Egg, Peas, Dried Tomato Pomace, Pork Fat, Pea Flour, Pork Liver, Salmon Oil, Cheese, Olive Oil, Yellow Squash, Zucchini, Apples, Flaxseed, Pea Fiber, Tomatoes, Carrots, Broccoli, Potassium Chloride, Salt, Chicory Root Extract, Yucca Schidigera Extract, Sodium Selenite, Folic Acid, Taurine, Sorbic Acid (Preservative), Vitamins, Minerals, Probiotics.
Guaranteed AnalysisCrude Protein 29% MIN
Crude Fat 18% MIN
Crude Fiber 6.5% MAX
Moisture 10% MAX
Omega 3 Fatty Acids0.5% MIN
Omega 6 Fatty Acids2.5% MIN
The following are general feeding recommendations. Many factors including age, breed, activity level, and individual metabolism contribute to the need for adjusting portion sizes. Two to four times more food may be required for puppies, gestating dogs, and nursing dogs. Spayed or neutered dogs may require up to 25% less food.
The following chart provides a good place to start, but determining the correct amount of food for your pet depends upon your evaluation of your pet's overall performance on the amount of food consumed along with any treats given.
|Weight of Dog||Weight of Dog||Cups of Food per Day*||Grams of Food per Day|
|5 - 20 lbs||2.3 - 9.1 kg||1/2 to 1 1/3||51 to 134|
|20 - 40 lbs||9.1 - 18.2 kg||1 1/3 to 2 1/8||134 to 215|
|40 - 60 lbs||18.2 - 27.2 kg||2 1/8 to 3||215 to 303|
|60 - 80 lbs||27.2 - 36.3 kg||3 to 3 5/8||303 to 366|
|80 - 100 lbs||36.3 - 45.4 kg||3 5/8 to 4 1/3||366 to 437|
* Standard 8 fluid-ounce measuring cup
It takes time to transition your pet to a new food without having digestive upset. Over the course of one to two weeks, you should gradually switch from the old food to the new. Start with a 75% old to 25% new mix, then 50:50, and finally 25:75, until you have switched to Fromm food entirely.