The protein source is just one component of the recipe that’s recommended for your dog. Your pet’s age, weight, size, energy level, other health issues, etc. are all considered before recommending one of our recipes. So the protein source is not the deciding factor on which recipe is “right” for your dog, it’s the full combination of ingredients, fat, protein, fiber, calories, etc. that determines the recommendation.
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- What is ‘meal’?
- Why is this particular protein source recommended vs. another?For example, Duck vs. Chicken? Or Salmon vs. Turkey?
- I have two dogs, one large and one small, both of whom are recommended Joint Support Plus. Can I buy one size to feed them both, or do I need to buy them each their own jar?
- How many cups of dog food are in a 10.3 lb. bag?
- Do you have any food without potatoes or sweet potatoes? My dog has a starch sensitivity and cannot eat potatoes.