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Pinto Canyon Grain-Free Recipe With Sweet Potato & Salmon
for Puppies and Adult Dogs

Pinto Canyon Grain-Free Recipe With Sweet Potato & Salmon for Puppies and Adult Dogs



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The perfect grain-free recipe! Together, herring and salmon provide significant amounts of omega 3 fatty acids, which can help skin problems, allergies, alleviate arthritis pain, reduce the risk of heart disease, and improve behavior and intelligence. Wild caught herring is a high quality novel protein.

Recently, there have been concerns about dog foods with legumes as the main ingredient (read more). This doesn't apply to our recipe because high-quality fish protein is our main ingredient! Our recipe has approximately 30% human-grade legumes: green lentils and chickpeas — and no peas of any form! Also, we don't "split ingredients," which is a technique commonly used in the pet food industry: if there are multiple forms of peas listed in the ingredients, it's likely the total pea is the main ingredient! We use a healthy variety of quality ingredients with no "techniques" to hide the truth.

Sweet potatoes are often ranked as the most nutritious of all vegetables — a nutritional "superstar"! They contain higher levels of the antioxidant beta-carotene than most other vegetables, are high in dietary fiber, protein, vitamins A and C, iron, and calcium, but low in sodium and fat — an all-around perfect choice for your dog's healthy diet!

"Poco is 16 years old and he LOVES your new formulation so much that he even will eat it dry, something which he never did. When the new bag arrived, he even knocked it over to get more! Thank you for keeping our dog healthy and happy." Sincerely, MerryAnn, Harveys Lake, PA
  • Salmon and herring are wild-caught.
  • Chickpeas and green lentils are nutritious legumes from human-grade sources.
  • Tapioca is a natural carbohydrate that's grain-free and gluten-free.
  • No tomato pomace, white rice, corn, wheat, or soy.
  • Nothing from China, including vitamins and minerals.
  • No Yucca schidigera extract
  • Kept in climate controlled conditions — always super fresh!

Samples? Instead of a small sample, try 1 bag of each recipe risk-free! We have a hassle-free guarantee: your dog will be over the moon or we'll give you a full refund! Just pass it on to a friend and try a different recipe.

You'll feed at least 25% less! Oven-baked food is heartier 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! See how little it costs to feed your dog the best!

Why oven-bake? There are many reasons why oven-baking is better than extrusion, but mainly, we know because we saw it: over 20 years of selling oven-baked pet foods, our pets had fewer health issues, reduced vet bills, and increased vitality and well-being when their pets dine on our premium, all-natural oven-baked pet foods.

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

Shelf life? Our foods are kept in climate controlled, food grade conditions. Store in a cool, dry place, keep it in the bag it's shipped in, and it will stay fresh for at least a year.

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