Join Date: Jul 2014
Location: Ontario, Canada
Quality of this food? Locally produced commercial raw
I asked our local pet store about feeding raw and they had just brough in a new local supplier of frozen raw food. The cats love it and it's a good price- we're using it as a topper on canned food. I'm just wondering about the quality of it.
Here are the ingredients (it's the chicken flavour):
Chicken (contains chicken meat and chicken bones), chicken giblets (contains chicken heart and chicken liver), carrots, broccoli, sweet potatoes, cabbage, apples, ground flax seeds, whole eggs, honey, apple cider vinegar, alfalfa meal, kelp, grapefruit seed extract
Crude protein (min): 15%
Crude fat (min): 7%
Crude fiber (max): 1%
Moisture (max): 74%
The brand is Pets4life and front of box says "AAFCO certified 'complete and balanced'", "100% Canadian meat, fish and poultry".. It also says it's veterinarian approved for ferret diet.
Any analysis of the quality of ingredients and guaranteed analysis?