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Old September 30th, 2004, 11:43 AM
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INGREDIENTS: cereals, meat and animal derivatives, oils and fats, deviratives of vegetable origin, vegetable protein extracts, minerals, eggs and egg derivatives, seeds, L-tryptophan, L-lysine hydrochloride.

AVERAGE ANALYSIS: Protein 27.8%, fat 18.5%, fibre 2.5%, ash 6.9%, calcium 1.29%

PER KG: Vitamin A 9, 100 IU, Vitamin D3 530 IU, Vitamin E 600 mg. Copper (copper sulphate) 12.3 mg. With natural preservatives (citric acid) and natural antioxidants (mixed tocopherols.)

Well lets start with the fact that now they include corn as cereal. What are animal derivatives (by products waste) not human grade. Everything is a derivative or by product the protien level is to high unless you have a very active dog you will have a fat dog. If you look at a bag of Solid Gold besides there is no corn. The first ingredients are meat or poultry not a derivative of. Using high quality food will help your dog live a longer healthier life and will most likely save you a lot of money in vet bills. Plus the difference in their coats you will be able to see and feel within months of switching foods.
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