Smallbatch Beefbatch Sliders Freeze-Dried Dog Food
Smallbatch Beefbatch Sliders Freeze-Dried Raw Dog Food is 88% beef, 10% vegetables and 2% supplements.
- Humanely raised and harvested meat
- Organic produce free from pesticides
- Whole food derived nutrients; no synthetic vitamins or minerals
About The Manufacturer
Smallbatch is a small, family owned company founded in 2005 in San Francisco, CA. Inspired by the wonderful local and sustainable sources around us, we set out to make a different kind of raw pet food.
All of Smallbatch's ingredients are carefully selected to meet the standards they feel every pet deserves: organic herbs and vegetables, hormone and antibiotic free meats, and only pure honest supplements such as organic kelp and bee pollen.
Beef hearts, beef livers, beef kidneys, beef bones, organic yams, organic carrots, organic squash, organic broccoli, salmon oil, organic apple cider vinegar, organic kale, organic collards, mixed tocopherols, organic kelp*, organic parsley, organic bee pollen, organic wheat grass, organic bilberry, organic garlic, organic rosemary, organic basil, vitamin e supplement.
*ORGANIC KELP IS SOURCED FROM THE PRISTINE WATERS OF ICELAND AND IS THE ONLY INGREDIENT THAT COMES FROM OUTSIDE THE USA.
Guaranteed AnalysisMoisture (max): 4.7%
Crude Protein (min): 52%
Crude Fat (min): 33.8%
Crude Fiber (min): 1.8%
Calcium (max): 1.5%
Phosphorus (min): 1.3%
Calorie Content: 46 kcal/slider (approx.)
AAFCO Statement: Beefbatch dog is formulated to meet the nutritional level established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for all life stages.
To rehydrate, simply mix ½ cup of warm water for every 4 sliders. Crush sliders and allow mixture to rehydrate for a few minutes then serve.
|NUMBER OF SLIDERS PER DAY*|
|Body Weight (lbs.)||5||10||15||20||40||60||80||100|
|Amount of Patties (adult)||2||4||6||8||16||24||32||40|
For nursing or pregnant dogs and puppies, quantities per day can be doubled. Please note that you should always consult your veterinarian especially when it comes to mommas-to-be or nursing dogs. These are only guidelines and may need to be adjusted depending on your individual dog’s needs.
Sudden changes in diet, including overfeeding, can sometimes result in digestive issues. Always introduce any new food by slowly mixing with your current diet for the first 5-7 days, increasing the amount of Smallbatch while decreasing the amount of the other brand.