Dehydrated Beef Butternut Squash Food 12oz

Wet Noses
$24.99
SKU WNDFBB12
Weight 4.00 LBS

Beef & Butternut Squash Formula

Wet Noses Dehydrated Food for Dogs is 100% Sourced and Made in the USA. Each box comes with 12 dehydrated patties that were carefully crafted to support your dog’s healthy lifestyle and promote a full, vibrant life. These are great for hiking and on the go meals.

Preparation: Remove serving from package and place in a bowl. Add 1.5oz water per patty and serve to your dog. Warm water makes the temperature of the food more appealing to your dog.

– Sourced and made in the USA
– 100% Human Grade Ingredients
– No Wheat, No Corn, No Soy, No Dairy
– No Artificial Anything
– Great for dogs with Allergies
– Add water for a quick meal on the go

Ingredients: Beef, Butternut Squash puree, Water, Brown Rice, , Sweet Potato puree, calcium citrate, choline chloride, vitamin E supplement, potassium chloride, calcium phosphate, zinc amino acid chelate, vitamin A, folic acid, vitamin D supplement, iron amino acid chelate, vitamin B12, niacin, d-calcium pantothenate,  potassium iodide,  copper amino acid chelate

Guaranteed Analysis:

Crude Protein 28% (min)
Crude Fat 9.5% (min)
Crude Fiber 2.1% (max)
Moisture 20% (max)
Ash 4.9% (max)

Calorie Content (calculated)

ME = 4992kcal/kg;
ME =438kcal/patty

12 Patties Included.

Feeding Guidelines (by dog weight)

01/2 Patty per day: 2-6lbs
1Patties per day: 6-11lbs
2 Patties per day: 12-32lbs
3 Patties per day: 44-60lbs
4 Patties per day: 75- 100+lbs

Product Reviews

Score: 4 out of 5 (based on 1 rating)
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4/5
Dehydrated Beef Butternut Squash
Written by M. Wharton on Dec 9th 2017

This is the 3rd time I have ordered this product. First, through no fault of Wet Noses, it arrived late due to a UPS truck problem out west. The patties in one box were "damp". Definitely not the usual crisp patties I would break and moisten for my dogs. I was actually a little worried about giving them to the pups. I have not yet opened the 2nd box. Perhaps the wet patty problem was due to the UPS truck issue. I believe the truck was stuck in nasty weather.