Overweight dogs benefit from a diet rich in protein to promote lean muscle mass for optimum health. That’s why ACANA Light & Fit is brimming with meat, including free-run chicken, cage-free eggs, and wild-caught flounder delivered fresh or raw from our region for rich goodness and taste. To promote healthy blood-sugar levels, ACANA is free of grains or gluten, and instead features farm-fresh vegetables and fruit, including whole pumpkin and squash. Prepared in our award-winning kitchen from Canada’s best and freshest ingredients, Biologically Appropriate ACANA keeps your dog healthy, happy, and strong. Read our ingredients and we think you’ll agree!
.Fresh chicken meat (16%), chicken meal (14%), turkey meal (14%), red lentils, whole green peas, pea fibre, fresh chicken giblets (liver, heart, kidney) (5%), herring meal (5%), cage-free eggs (4%), fresh whole flounder, (4%), sun-cured alfalfa (4%), field beans (4%), green lentils, whole yellow peas, chicken fat (1%), herring oil, (1%), fresh chicken cartilage (1%), dried brown kelp, fresh whole pumpkin, fresh whole butternut squash, fresh whole parsnips, fresh kale, fresh spinach, fresh mustard greens, fresh turnip greens, fresh whole carrots, fresh Red Delicious apples, fresh Bartlett pears, freeze-dried chicken liver, freeze-dried turkey liver, fresh whole cranberries, fresh whole blueberries, chicory root, turmeric, milk thistle, burdock root, lavender, marshmallow root, rose hips. SUPPLEMENTS: Zinc chelate. Vitamin E (preservative).*Contains mixed tocopherols (a tocopherol rich extract of natural origin- Vitamin E and Rosemary Oil). Also contains the probiotic Enterococcus faecium.
Crude protein (min.)35 %Fat content (min.)11 %Crude ash (max.)7 %Crude fibres (max.)8 %Moisture (max.)12 %Calcium (min.)1.7 %Phosphorus (min.)1.1 %Omega-6 fatty acids (min.)2.2 %Omega-3 fatty acids (min.)0.9 %DHA (min.)0.3 %EPA (min.)0.3 %Glucosamine (min.)1500 mg/kgChondroitin sulfate (min.)1000 mg/kgLinoleic acid (min.)2 %Carbohydrate (NFE)26 %
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