Ascension Beef


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All products are from human-grade sources and CFIA inspected facilities, with no fillers, no colorants, no grain, and no preservatives. Build Your Own products for the do-it-yourself pet owner, who just requires the base products and will build their own diet. Complete diets for the pet owner who might tailor their own supplements. Premium products for the pet owner who prefers a fully supplemented diet.

Beef, ground chicken with bone, beef heart, beef kidney,beef liver, broccoli, carrots, kelp, vitamin mineral supplement

Guaranteed Analysis

Per 100g
Crude Protein: 10.39g
Crude Fat: 7.15g
Arginine: 0.52g
Histidine: 0.22g
Isoleucine: 0.37g
Leucine: 0.70g
Lysine: 0.62g
Methionine-Cystine: 0.29g
Phenylalanine-Tyrosine: 0.68g
Threonine: 0.38g
Tryptophan: 0.10g
Valine: 0.46g
Linoleic Acid: 0.45g
Calcium: 212.51mg
Phosphorous: 177.65mg
Potassium: 229.51mg
Sodium: 202.02mg
Chloride: 73.25mg
Magnesium: 32.69mg
Iron: 5.68mg
Copper: 0.68mg
Manganese: 0.32mg
Zinc: 4.97mg
Iodine: 1.19mg
Selenium: 34.62g
Vitamin A: 9000.02IU
Vitamin D: 17.96IU
Vitamin E: 2.95mg
Thiamin: 0.25mg
Riboflavin: 0.82mg
Pantothenic Acid: 1.68mg
Niacin: 4.84mg
Vitamin B6: 0.29mg
Folate: 52.02g
Vitamin B12: 12.56g
Choline: 65.35mg

Feeding Guideline

Adult dogs are generally recommended to eat once a day. This allows the digestive system to fully stretch and utilize all of the glands in the digestive tract. Dogs, like wolves are designed to take on lots of food at once and then fast for a period of time.

The Following is just a guide and needs to be adjusted according age and activity level:
Lose Weight 1.5% of body weight
Maintain Weight 2.5% of body weight
Maintain Weight (High Energy) 3% of body weight
Weight Gain 3% of body weight

Feed your puppy 4 meals a day up until he is four months of age this can then be reduced to three meals a day then 2 meals from 6 months onwards. Begin by feeding 5% - 8% of his body weight per day split between the meals. This amount will increase as he grows, you will need to have him weighed regularly and continue to feed him on this method.