NRG Original Free Range Chicken Dehydrated Raw Dog Food

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Description

NRG Original Free Range Chicken Dehydrated Raw Dog Food provides all the nutrients dogs need for a life filled with vitality and wellness. Farm-fresh raw fruits and veggies and free-range roast chicken are slowly dehydrated to preserve natural vitamins, minerals and enzymes. This original whole food diet also includes whole oats and flaxseed--nature’s best source of essential fatty acids—to help your pup maintain healthy skin and a luxurious coat. NRG Original Diet meets your dog’s complete nutritional needs with no added supplements.

Key Benefits
  • Provides complete nutrition with no need for supplements, thanks to the high-quality ingredients that are used. These are the same ingredients that you would find in any grocery store.
  • Farm-fresh ingredients are dehydrated at the manufacture's facility to preserve natural vitamins, minerals and enzymes. This ensures that your pet is getting the best quality food available.
  • Loaded with fruits and vegetables, this product will help support a healthy immune system. This is a balanced food that is suitable for all life stages.
  • Made in Canada with ingredients that are sourced from the USA and Canada. Proven nutrition for over 15 years.
  • Only the best quality ingredients are used to make one of the finest dog foods available. Free-range, hormone free chicken is always the first ingredient.

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  • Item Number
    148052
  • Weight
    2.2 pounds
  • Breed Size
    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds
  • Food Form
    Dehydrated
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Special Diet
    GMO-Free, Human-Grade, Pea-Free
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Chicken Muscle Meat, Naked Oats, Carrots, Wheat Germ, Eggs, Chicken Liver, Pineapple, Winter Squash, Kelp, Broccoli, Kale, Cranberries, Papaya, Apples, Parsley, Garlic, Goat Milk Yogurt, Flax Seed, Cider Vinegar, Egg Shells, Olive Oil, Turmeric.

Caloric Content

5,000 kcal/kg, 500 kcal/cup

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein24.0% min
Crude Fat16.0% min
Crude Fiber3.5% max
Moisture6.0% max
Feeding Instructions

Dehydration essentially preserves the enzymes in whole food by removing the moisture to slow their activity. To prepare dehydrated foods for consumption, water is simply added back to the food. For every cup of dry food measured, add 1/2 - 3/4 cup of warm water. Mix well and allow to refresh for 20 - 30 minutes before serving. For more complete digestion and smaller stools, split the ration into 2 feedings: morning and evening. Refrigerate leftovers.

For every 20 lbs your dog weighs, feed approximately 1 cup of NRF dry measure. Dogs, just like people, may require more or less than the suggested serving depending on activity level and age.

Transition Instructions

When switching your dog’s diet, we recommend that it be done gradually over a 5 – 7 day period.

FAQ

Can I mix NRG with other foods?

While feeding NRG as a sole diet will provide the best of benefits for your pet, lifestyle decisions dictate what and how your pet is fed. NRG can be fed in conjunction with other diets to your champion pet with amazing results.

I feed kibble, can I top it with NRG instead of canned food?

NRG is the premium replacement for canned food. Our diets are powerfully palatable and rich in all the natural vitamins and minerals your dog requires.

I feed raw. Is NRG compatible?

If a raw diet is part of your feeding protocol, NRG can be a positive addition. Offer NRG as a separate meal daily to provide the balanced portion of the diet. This will maximize the contribution to your pets’ good health.

Why does Maxim contain wheat germ?

Many dogs today have an intolerance for grains. The trigger for this intolerance is gluten and wheat germ does not contain any gluten. We include wheat germ in all our formulas because it is the most digestible natural source of many nutrients.

I have been told my dog is allergic to grain. Which NRG diets can my dog eat?

Dogs that have an allergy to grain are usually intolerant to the gluten in wheat as it has been overused in pet food for decades. In human medicine people with wheat allergies substitute oats and we find many dogs with a wheat intolerance can do very well on Vital II and Optimum. Maxim is the obvious choice if your dogs last reaction to any grain was severe.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Picky eater approved

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    I have five dogs, two Whippets and three Boston Terriers. When I saw NRG, I liked the fact that there are no synthetic vitamins added, a lot of recalls lately have been due to the synthetic vitamins added having not been measured correctly. One of my Whippets is the pickiest eater I have ever seen, I was having to rotate his food every couple of weeks because he would stop eating. He loves NRG, and I am in the process of transitioning him onto it. He currently is on a fresh home made diet that is delivered to me. He really like that food as well but is is so expensive ( I was paying over twice the price it will cost me to feed everyone on NRG for a month). He also will eat the NRG first and I have five dogs, two Whippets and three Boston Terriers. When I saw NRG, I liked the fact that there are no synthetic vitamins added, a lot of recalls lately have been due to the synthetic vitamins added having not been measured correctly. One of my Whippets is the pickiest eater I have ever seen, I was having to rotate his food every couple of weeks because he would stop eating. He loves NRG, and I am in the process of transitioning him onto it. He currently is on a fresh home made diet that is delivered to me. He really like that food as well but is is so expensive ( I was paying over twice the price it will cost me to feed everyone on NRG for a month). He also will eat the NRG first and then the other food. All my other dogs like NRG too. So everyone, even the new puppy, will be on NRG completely by the end of the month. To save time since it does take 20-30 minutes to hydrate I just mix up everyones the night before and leave it in the refrigerator over night. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    dog gives 2 paws up

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    First to mention, the ingredients list, impressive. I am pleased with no starch fillers only ancient grain, good meat selection and good variety of healthy food sources. Easy to feed, just add water. The consistency is more like granola when dry. I have a picky Australian Cattle Dog and he enjoys every meal.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    My 5 dogs will not eat this product.

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    All 5 of my Yorkies smelled and walked away, would not eat even when left down for hours. Eventually had to throw in the garbage.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    NRG Dog food

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    I was looking for a food with no potatoes or beans. NRG is expensive but my Frenchies are doing great on this. They are excited about eating and I have noticed their coats have improved and the red stains on their eyes are slowy going away. I did have one go through a "detox". I also notice that their stools are larger. But I read is normal. I highly recommed this food.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

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    My dog did not like it...it caused his transition from I and Love and You to NRG to be digestion nightmare, and it was a struggle. He never really liked it, so I only put him through one box.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

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    My dog says the food is yummy and he is very happy.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great dog food

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    I love this dog food. Very healthy choice. It’s low in copper for dogs with liver issues. My dogs love it and will eat it dry or hydrated.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    My dog wont eat the food, let me explain....

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    Anyone in North Seattle want a free bag of food. Our old dogs loved this stuff, but our small one has been eating all meat and wont touch the stuff. It does smell like a lot of grain.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Looking positive - after several years of trial and error!

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    Within 24 hours of switching to this diet, my 3 pups' stools firmed up plus tummy gas + bad breath almost disappeared. I have since added the NRG chicken grain free product with same results. NOTE: my pups also get home cooked chichen+veggies+fish in their diet periodically (in addition to the NRG base). But after several weeks out, I am pleased with the quality of this diet and the excellent results we're experiencing so far. I think it's a great and safe alternative to feeding strictly raw.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Good nutrition and dogs love it.

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    Feel like I am giving the best nutrition for the health of my sickly dogs. They are thriving on it and enjoy it ravenously.

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