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Pinto Canyon Oven-Baked Lamb & Brown Rice Recipe

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Ends 5/31/2017
  15 lbs. (one 15 lb. bag)  50.99 45.89
  30 lbs. (two 15 lb. bags)  82.99 74.69
  45 lbs. (three 15 lb. bags)  116.99 105.29
  60 lbs. (four 15 lb. bags)  141.99 127.79
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Pinto Canyon Oven-Baked Lamb & Brown Rice Recipe

For all breeds of adult dogs!

As low as $2.13 per pound—less than Flint River Ranch, and no taxes!

Read how dogs are lovin' it!

The primary ingredient is free-range, grass fed lamb. Not only does grass-fed lamb have superior flavor, it has huge health benefits over grain-fed lamb, such as high levels of essential vitamins and minerals and up to five times more omega-3 fats; omega fatty acids are essential for normal physiologic function, cell membrane structure and cell function. Grass-fed lamb also has valuable amounts of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), which is associated with reduced inflammation and reduced body fat.

Lamb is slowly oven-baked with freshly-ground premium brown rice, oats, and barley, and blended with carefully-selected fruits and vegetables, such as apples, blueberries, cranberries, and spinach, into a crunchy, yet tender kibble. This single-meat recipe is a perfect alternative for dogs that are sensitive to chicken. If your dog likes variety, rotate this recipe with our Chicken & Brown Rice—a meal selection that your dog will never tire of!

Advantages of Pinto Canyon over Flint River Ranch:

  • No corn, wheat, or soy
  • Lamb meat (not meal) is the primary ingredient
  • Lamb, fruits, and vegetables from human-grade sources
  • Lamb is grass-fed
  • No white rice
  • Prebiotics and probiotics—essential for a healthy digestive system
  • Wholesome fruits, berries, and vegetables
  • Absolutely nothing from China, including vitamins and minerals
  • Always stored in climate-controlled conditions—it's always super fresh!
  • Pinto Canyon Pet Food and FlintRiver.com are family-owned!

Our sample bag is 15 pounds.  If your dog isn't completely over the moon, we'll give you a full refund and you can pass it on to a friend! We know your dogs will love it as much as ours do, and we want them to have a chance to choose their favorite flavor! We want you to see how their coat shines, and how energetic they are after a few good meals.

Why oven-bake?  Over almost 20 years of selling oven-baked dog foods, our customers continually reported fewer health issues, reduced vet bills, and increased vitality and well-being when their dogs dined on our oven-baked foods. All of our Pinto Canyon recipes are slowly oven-baked at lower temperatures in small batches, just like you'd bake at home!

You'll feed 25% less! Oven-baked food is denser than other pet foods—feed less and pay less! And superior digestibility and assimilation means you'll clean up less! The high-quality nutrients are used—not wasted!

Why only 15-pound bags?  Freshness! We don't sell huge bags so your dog always has the freshest meal possible! You enjoy the savings of a larger size, but your dog enjoys the same small-batch freshness of our standard bag size!

Typically, one 15-pound bag will feed a 40-pound adult dog for a month.

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