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Spot Farms Grain-Free Turkey Dehydrated Human Grade Dog Food

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Give your pal the human-grade nutrition he craves with the Spot Farms Grain-Free Turkey Dehydrated Human Grade Dog Food. It’s farm to bowl nutrition for your pooch! Made with dehydrated turkey as the first ingredient, plus wholesome ingredients of the same quality you’d find on your plate, including lentils, flaxseeds, sweet potatoes, spinach, carrots, apples and cranberries, it provides a balanced diet that’s chock full of nutrients and bursting with flavor. With every bowl, you can trace where your pup’s food came from, like antibiotic-free, vegetarian-fed turkey raised on small family farms in Indiana. The grain-free formula is easy to mix with plain water and great for pups of all sizes and ages, even the picky eaters.

Key Benefits
  • Grain-free formula is made with dehydrated, antibiotic-free, vegetarian-fed turkey as the first ingredient that’s raised by family farms in Indiana.
  • Made with human-grade ingredients like lentils, flaxseeds, sweet potatoes, spinach, carrots, apples and cranberries that are traceable to their source for farm-to-bowl nutrition.
  • Provides a balanced and complete diet for dogs of all sizes and life stages; can be fed on its own or as a delicious kibble topper.
  • Just add plain water and stir for a delicious, wholesome meal.
  • Made with love in the USA with no grains, wheat, soy, antibiotics, artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives.

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  • Item Number
    131189
  • Weight
    8.0 pounds
  • Brand

    Spot Farms

  • Breed Size

    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds

  • Food Form

    Dehydrated

  • Lifestage

    Adult

  • Made in

    United States

  • Special Diet

    Grain-Free, Human-Grade

Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Dehydrated Turkey, Dried Potatoes, Flax Seed, Dried Apples, Dried Carrots, Dried Spinach, Dried Cranberries, Dicalcium Phosphate, Tricalcium Phosphate, Dried Yeast, Dried Sweet Potatoes, Salt, Dried Parsley, Fish Oil, Choline Chloride, Zinc Proteinate, Iron Proteinate, Selenium Yeast, Copper Proteinate, DL-Alpha-Tocopheryl Acetate, Ascorbic Acid, Natural Flavors, Manganese Proteinate, Vitamin A Acetate, Dried Bacillus Coagulans Fermentation Product, D-Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Potassium Iodide, Folic Acid, Biotin, Vitamin B12 Supplement.

Caloric Content

3,740 kcal/kg, 490 kcal/cup

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 26.0% min
Crude Fat 16.0% min
Crude Fiber 5.0% max
Moisture 10.0% max
Bacillus Coagulans 100,000,000 CFU/lb min
Feeding Instructions
Weight Daily Feeding(cup)
Up to 5 lbs 1/4 - 1/2
5 - 15 lbs 1/2 - 1
15 - 30 lbs 1- 1 1/2
30 - 50 lbs 1 1/2 - 2 1/4
50 - 75 lbs 2 1/4 - 3 1/4
75 - 100 lbs 3 1/4 - 4

*Measured in Dry per Day. We suggest dividing the daily amount into 2 servings. Your indvidual dog’s needs will vary with age and activity. For puppies serve up to 50% more than the amounts listed. For pregnant or nursing dogs you may feed up to 2 - 3 times listed amounts. For dogs over 100 lbs please add 1/4 cup for every 10 lbs over 100 lbs. Food that has been rehydrated, but not fed, may be refrigerated for up to 2 days.

To Mix: Add 1.5 parts warm water to 1 part dry food. Stir and rehydrate 2 - 3 minutes, then serve!

Transition Instructions

As with starting any new diet, you should introduce our food to your pet gradually, over a period of five to ten days depending on your dog’s specific needs and sensitivity. This is especially true for dog’s making the change from a processed diet of kibble or canned food. If you are currently feeding your dog a raw or home cooked diet, you may be able to transition your dog more quickly, over a period of two to four meals.

We suggest starting by adding a small amount of Spot Farms Dehydrated (after mixing with water) to your dog’s current food, and then gradually increasing the amount of Spot Farms Dehydrated while decreasing the amount of your dog’s current food each day. Transitioning your pet in this way will give your pup’s digestive system time to become accustomed to their new diet.

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  • Great as a dry food topper "extra"

    By on Top 250 Contributor

    Peculiar stuff - I wasn't expecting a box of powdered food when I opened my first box. When rehydrated, this makes a great wet bonus, sort of like gravy, to add to dry kibble meals, which my two Australian Shepherds enjoy. I can see this food would be very beneficial for dogs that have lost teeth, or recently had dental surgery, or any other procedure that limited them to only soft or nearly liquid meals. I can also imagine this stuff used regularly, could be helpful preventing stomach upset when transitioning to a new food, added both before the transition, throughout that time, and afterward. It could also be used as a calorie boost for dogs recovering from health challenges. Good stuff Peculiar stuff - I wasn't expecting a box of powdered food when I opened my first box. When rehydrated, this makes a great wet bonus, sort of like gravy, to add to dry kibble meals, which my two Australian Shepherds enjoy. I can see this food would be very beneficial for dogs that have lost teeth, or recently had dental surgery, or any other procedure that limited them to only soft or nearly liquid meals. I can also imagine this stuff used regularly, could be helpful preventing stomach upset when transitioning to a new food, added both before the transition, throughout that time, and afterward. It could also be used as a calorie boost for dogs recovering from health challenges. Good stuff! … more

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  • Smells Great

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    Tried the turkey recipe and this food (also feed the duck and pork) actually smells like a home cooked turkey dinner. I switch off with honest kitchen, which are not as enticing since their food smells more like herbs. When I'm preparing this food my dog has a high degree of anticipation. My dogs were tested for sensitivities to foods and a few identified. This brand I'm not finding any issues with. It seems to be a good blend of simple protein, good vegetables and fruits.

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  • Amazingly easy and yummy

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    I am so happy I gave this product a try. My very picky eater could not get enough of this and was super satisfied after every meal. He normally walks away from his bowl and won't eat, but we added this at a quarter dose to his normal kibble and he didn't leave his bowl once until it was emptied. We also have a fast eater, he has a slow feeder but that really doesn't slow him down. This product (again mixed a quarter amount with his kibble) caused him to take his time when he ate, again resulting in a very satisfied (and fuller feeling) dog. We originally purchased the turkey in a smaller box to try, with 2 big dogs this lasted about 1 week. Our next box is on its way, chicken, and we did the I am so happy I gave this product a try. My very picky eater could not get enough of this and was super satisfied after every meal. He normally walks away from his bowl and won't eat, but we added this at a quarter dose to his normal kibble and he didn't leave his bowl once until it was emptied. We also have a fast eater, he has a slow feeder but that really doesn't slow him down. This product (again mixed a quarter amount with his kibble) caused him to take his time when he ate, again resulting in a very satisfied (and fuller feeling) dog. We originally purchased the turkey in a smaller box to try, with 2 big dogs this lasted about 1 week. Our next box is on its way, chicken, and we did the biggest box available. … more

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  • Great quality!

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    My cousin, a retired holistic veterinarian, uses this for her frisky healthy dogs so I decided to give it a try. My dog Max loves it and I like that it contains dehydrated fruits and veggies. I mix it up with warm water which I also like because I don't think feeding dogs (or anyone) cold food is a good idea. I will be a long time user of this high quality product!

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  • Shelties love it

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    I use as a topper for my sheltie’s kibble. They lick up every drop. I like the ingredients, I prepare mine a little thinner so it is almost soupy. My four pups are healthy and have beautiful coats.

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  • Helps me feed many

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    My two Pyr mixes love this, but they have a varied diet and eat raw and cooked food too. But I found that the 14 cats LOVE this watered down to soup with warm water. I couldn't afford to feed decent quality canned to all. Truthfully, I am so relieved they all like it, it is a pretty economical choice for me. True nourishment.

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  • I recommend this food

    By on Top 25 Contributor

    I started using dehydrated food last month. I mix with their dry food every three days as it is very rich and nutritious. They are On high quality food already so adding this helps them stay hydrated and helps them with their bowel movements. Good stuff and will continue to use. They are healthier and look great.

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  • Great quality, Great price

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    My dogs love this food! I have 2 special needs dogs that require slurry consistency food and this works perfect. I also add is a topper to my foster dogs kibble for a yummy healthy extra.

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  • Ingredients look good but a no go.

    By on Top 50 Contributor

    My dog has always had either Grandma Lucy's (Artisan, Valor and Pureformance in multiple proteins) and Honest Kitchen in multiple grain and grain free varieties reconstituted to a "gravy" consistency and mixed into his dinner kibble as a healthier alternative to canned food. He expects "gravy" on his dinner and won't touch it without this addition. I read the ingredients on this product and it seemed to be a nice, quality, best of both worlds in comparison to GL and HK. It was still "human grade" looked good/ similar to the other 2 products and rehydrated well and quickly but my dog has no interest in it even though he loves this type of food and he loves turkey. I'm afraid this box will go to My dog has always had either Grandma Lucy's (Artisan, Valor and Pureformance in multiple proteins) and Honest Kitchen in multiple grain and grain free varieties reconstituted to a "gravy" consistency and mixed into his dinner kibble as a healthier alternative to canned food. He expects "gravy" on his dinner and won't touch it without this addition. I read the ingredients on this product and it seemed to be a nice, quality, best of both worlds in comparison to GL and HK. It was still "human grade" looked good/ similar to the other 2 products and rehydrated well and quickly but my dog has no interest in it even though he loves this type of food and he loves turkey. I'm afraid this box will go to waste unless a friends dogs will eat it. Very disappointed as I had high hopes for this less expensive product that appears to have all the quality of comparable products by looking at the ingredient list. Would not recommend for dogs who are used to Grandma Lucy's and/ or Honest kitchen products as it may result in the same refusal my dog is experiencing, making it hard to get his dinner into him. … more

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  • I've been using this food for a while now

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    When I learned how much better human grade food was for dogs I immediately tried a few brands. Honest Kitchen was OK, but expensive. This food seems to have a better consistency and a better price. I love that I'm serving my dog something that's moisture rich (once I add water to the dehydrated mix). My 3 year old dog loved it at first but he's such a picky eater that sometimes I have to add something fun to it to make him eat, but he's like that with every single food I've tried, so I don't blame the food. He just wants whatever I'm cooking constantly. My mom's dog was on kibble for 7 years before switching to this type of food and she begs for it. I think she knows the difference and When I learned how much better human grade food was for dogs I immediately tried a few brands. Honest Kitchen was OK, but expensive. This food seems to have a better consistency and a better price. I love that I'm serving my dog something that's moisture rich (once I add water to the dehydrated mix). My 3 year old dog loved it at first but he's such a picky eater that sometimes I have to add something fun to it to make him eat, but he's like that with every single food I've tried, so I don't blame the food. He just wants whatever I'm cooking constantly. My mom's dog was on kibble for 7 years before switching to this type of food and she begs for it. I think she knows the difference and is so grateful to have such good quality food. … more

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