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Grain Free Adult Dog Food Natural Fish & Potato Formula Premium Ground

Does your dog have a grain-based food allergy? Try a grain free dog food, such as NATURAL CHOICE® Grain Free Adult Natural Fish & Potato Formula Premium Ground Dog Food. It’s great for food sensitivities and features potatoes as a highly digestible carbohydrate. This premium, natural adult dog food also contains limited ingredients to help with sensitive skin and stomachs. Plus, it’s formulated for healthy skin and coats.

Package Sizes Available: 12.5 oz.
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Overview and Key Benefits

  • 1st Ingredient Is Fish
    Fish is our single, novel, high quality source of animal protein for optimal nutrition.
  • Made With 0% Grain
    Our formula contains no wheat, rice, corn or other grains, so there is less chance of aggravating food sensitivities.
  • Limited Ingredient Diet
    For dogs with food sensitivities, we use a single, unique animal protein that is not commonly found in dog foods.
  • Healthy Skin and Coat
    Formulated with optimal levels of omega-6 fatty acid (linoleic acid) and zinc to promote healthy skin and a shiny coat.
  • Quality, Natural Ingredients
    Our dog food contains no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Plus, it’s made in our own U.S. facilities to ensure safety and quality.

Transitioning to Our Products

If switching to this formula or feeding NATURAL CHOICE® Dog Food for the first time, we suggest you blend increasing amounts of this new formula with your old food for six days.
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Ingredients and Guaranteed Analysis

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (Min.) 7.25%
Crude Fat (Min.) 5.00%
Crude Fiber (Max.) 1.00%
Moisture (Max.) 78.00%
Linoleic Acid (Min.) 1.00%
Zinc (Min.) 70 mg/kg
Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) (Min.)* 13 mg/kg
* Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles
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Feeding Guidelines
Feeding Guidelines
Suggested Amounts to Feed Per Day — Moderate
Activity*
Weight of Adult Dog
(lbs.)
Feed Alone
12.5-oz. Can
15 1 Can
25 1 2/3 Cans
35 2 Cans
55 3 Cans
75+ 2 2/3+ Cans
* Dogs in moderate activity play off lead for one to two hours per day.

Adjust food as needed based on your dog's age, weight and activity level. Refrigerate unused portion for up to three days. Re-feed at room temperature. Provide fresh drinking water at all times. See your veterinarian regularly.
Calorie Content
Metabolizable energy (ME) 1191 kcal/kg, 423 kcal/can (calculated)
Nutritional Adequacy Claim
NUTRO® NATURAL CHOICE® Grain Free Adult Natural Fish & Potato Formula Premium Ground Dog Food is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for adult maintenance.
Transitioning to Our Products
If switching to this formula or feeding NATURAL CHOICE® Dog Food for the first time, we suggest you blend increasing amounts of the new formula with your old food for six days. Learn More

Product Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great food if you can find it After a few years of trial and error I found a canned food that cleared up my dogs skin and stomach issues, if you can find it on the shelves. Dont know what the problem is but wish it would be resolved. August 20, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wonderful food My Frenchie had surgery for a telescoped bowel and because of that she can only have canned food for sensitive stomachs. She also needs to have no grain and she's allergic to all poultry. Finding a high quality food has been difficult that matches all these criteria. Finding this food has been a miracle for her. She LOVES it and she now has so much more energy because it doesn't upset her digestive system. My only problem is that has been difficult to find at times. Even stores that carry it, don't carry much of it. I really hope that it is because it's a fairly new product and will soon be available in more places. February 9, 2012
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