Evolution Diet Gourmet Fondue - Vegan Dog Kibble
“Gourmet Fondu Delicious Cheese Flavor” dog food is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO dog food nutrient profiles for all life stages.
Because our food is concentrated, you may feed your pet 30% less food (see FIRST TIME FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS at the bottom). Your Dog will also have 30% less droppings and better long term health. Additionally, expect no bad breath and no body odor attributable to bacteria, viruses, molds and fungi found in animal meal and animal by products. Evolution can say this with absolute certainty because we do not use any animal byproduct ingredients in any of our foods. 100% Vegan!
-A “2014 Canadian Dogs Magazine Service Award for Best Pet Food & Best Health Science Service” (St. Catherine’s, Canada)
-A “2014 Animal Wellness Magazine Best Pick Award for Finest Pet Food & Health Science Procedures for Internal Diseases” (LA., CA, & St. Catherine’s, Canada).
-Two Awards – “VegNews Magazine Reader’s Pole Best Awards”, LA, CA;
-A “U.S. Congressional Committee Award”, WA, D.C.
Crude Protein (Minimum) 28.0%
Crude Fat (Minimum) 14.0%
Crude Fibre (Maximum) 3.5%
Moisture (Maximum) 10.0%
Whole Grain Oatmeal
Corn Gluten Meal
Calcium Cobalt Carbonate
Vitamin A Acetate
Vitamin D2 Supplement
Vitamin E Supplement
Vitamin K Supplement
Vitamin B12 Supplement
Yucca Schidigera Extract
MOIST KIBBLE FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS
To increase the hydration of your dog, start by using the lower amount in dry feeding instructions on this bag. Animals require less solid food when fed in a moist form. Please use cool not hot water. Let stand half an hour.
FEEDING AMOUNTS PER 1 MEAL
Toy (Up to 10 lbs) 1/4 of a cup (+add 1/4 of a cup of water)
Small (11 to 30 lbs) 1/2 of a cup (+add 1/2 of a cup of water)
Medium (31 to 60 lbs) 1 cup (+add 1 cup of water)
Large (61 to 90 lbs) 2 cups (+add 2 cups of water)
Extra Large (Over 90 lbs) 2.5 cups (+add 2.5 cups of water)
Puppies can be started on Gourmet Fondu Delicious Cheese Flavor as early as they begin to nibble at solid foods (usually 3 to 4 weeks of age). Until 6 months of age, pups should be fed all of the moistened dog food they will consume at intervals throughout the day.
Feed dry or mixed with water, milk or broth. If served with liquid, we suggest one part of liquid to one part of dry dog food. Your dog should be fed what it will normally eats in a day. The following rations are recommended for adult dogs with normal activity; however, portions will be slightly higher or lower, depending on your dog’s daily activity.
FIRST TIME FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS
Feed up to 1/3 less than prescription, premium and regular pet food. Furthermore, to help your pet switching from one diet to another, add 2 tablespoons of regular canned Tuna in Oil and gradually reduce to zero over 1 week. Instead of Tuna, you could also use flaked nutritional yeast, margarine, or vegetable oil. CAUTION: Whenever switching diets, dogs may vomit or get diarrhea for 2-3 days if change is not made gradually. Although not necessary, you can add fresh, raw food to optimize your pet’s diet. Studies show that dogs thrive on raw food when added to cooked dry kibble.