JustFoodForDogs Tofu & Quinoa Frozen Cooked Dog Food
This recipe is made with 100% fresh, whole food vegan ingredients, such as tofu, blueberries, kale, mushrooms, and quinoa. We partnered with leading researchers in vegan pet nutrition to develop a recipe that’s high in protein, packed with antioxidants, and full of anti-inflammatory ingredients. And, because this recipe is 100% vegan, it’s perfect for pet parents who are looking to reduce their impact on climate change.
About The Manufacturer
Just Food For Dogs is a California-based company specializing in developing and producing human-grade food, treats, and supplements for dogs and cats.
Tofu, Sweet Potatoes, Quinoa, Kale, White Mushrooms, Blueberries, Nutritional Yeast, Safflower Oil, Flaxseed Oil, JFFD Nutrient Blend.
|Calorie Content:||Per Ounce|
|Crude Protein (Min.)||6.5%|
|Crude Fat (Min.)||3.5%|
|Crude Fiber (Max.)||1.0%|
Calorie Content - Metabolizable Energy (calculated): 1,047 kcals per kg or 30 kcals per oz.
AAFCO Statement - JustFoodForDogs Tofu & Quinoa Vegan Recipe is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Nutrient Profiles for maintenance.
For best results it is recommended that you weigh the food in ounces using a digital scale. If you do not have a scale, you may use the general estimate that one 8oz cup is approx. 8oz in weight. Always weigh your dog every 1-2 weeks and adjust initial servings accordingly when starting any new diet.
|Wt (lbs)||Oz (wt)||Cups (est)|
|10 - 20||9 - 15||1.25 - 2.25|
|30 - 40||20 - 25||3 - 3.75|
|50 - 60||29 - 33||4.5 - 5.25|
|70 - 80||38 - 41||5.75 - 6.5|
|90 - 100||45 - 49||7 - 7.75|
|110 - 140||53 - 63||8.25 - 9.75|
NOTE: The above feeding chart is for adult dogs only. Puppies should be fed JFFD chicken and White Rice or JFFD Fish and Sweet Potato
Food Transition Instructions: If your dog is already eating fresh whole food, no transition is necessary. Otherwise, the time required to transition your dog from commercial dog food to fresh, high-quality JustFoodForDogs whole food, can vary depending on the age and sensitivity of your dog, but in general it takes about 5-10 days.