20% OFF: Carna4 Quick Baked Air Dried Chicken Dry Dog Food
The Canadian Carna4 Quick Baked Air Dried Chicken Dry Dog Food is whole food nutrition for all life stages of your dog. The Canadian-made pet food starts with 100% fresh chicken (we use the muscle & flesh, not by-products) plus chicken liver & eggs. They then quick-bake & gently dry it to give your dog highly digestible vitamins and minerals, without synthetic additives of any kind. Their signature sprouted seed mix offers a wealth of super-nutrients, including high levels of naturally occurring antioxidants and Omega-3 fatty acids. By using these seeds in a sprouted state, it adds a boost to our food’s bio-available amino acids, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, probiotics.
- Signature sprouted seed mix offers a wealth of super-nutrients
- Rich in Antioxidants and Omega-3 fatty acids.
- High in amino acids, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, probiotics, Omega-3s and antioxidants to levels far exceeding AAFCO standards.
- All-natural ingredients and provides a balanced diet
- Low glycemic and low gluten
- Ideal for dogs with digestive and skin allergies
- Passionately made in Canada
- Breed Size: All Breeds
- Life Stage: All Stages
- Special Diet: By-Product Free, Low glycemic and Low gluten
- Protein: Chicken
- Size: 6 lb
- Made In: Canada
Transitioning to Carna4: It will take several days for your dog to adjust to the richer nutrients in Carna4. Start by mixing one part Carna4 to four parts of your dog’s old food. Gradually increase the proportion of Carna4 over 7-10 days until you are feeding all Carna4. Remember that you will feed slightly fewer cups of Carna4 than other dry foods.
Your dog may have larger stools in the early part of his or her transition period as the better quality fiber in Carna4 helps to clean out the colon. This is a normal and healthy effect and you will see the stools return to a normal size later in the transition.
Feeding Your Puppy: Feed small quantities in 3 or 4 feedings at the same times each day, reducing to twice per day after 6 months. Divide the total cups per day from the chart above by the number of feedings to determine how much to set out each time. After 20 minutes, remove any food remaining in the puppy’s bowl.
Pregnant or Nursing Dogs: Add up to 50% more food per day for pregnant dogs after the first 6 weeks. When nursing, the mother should be allowed to free feed throughout the day. She may eat 2 or 3 times as much as a normal adult during this time.