Venison is a game meat that is naturally lower in cholesterol and fat than other red meats. Our venison are raised on the lush pastures of New Zealand and are always free from antibiotics and steroids. Venison can be considered a novel protein since it is not used in most mass marketed dog foods. This makes it a great choice for dogs with allergies or a food sensitivity. Venison’s delicious flavor can tempt even the fussiest of dogs.
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California Natural Adult Limited Ingredient Grain Free Venison & Green Lentils Recipe Dog Food proves that good health starts with good food. This recipe is made with only 5 key ingredients to help pets with a range of nutritional needs, including supporting healthy skin, coat and digestion. California Natural is committed to using the fewest possible ingredients to deliver complete and balanced nutrition, choosing only components that are nutrient-rich, easily digestible and meet exceptional quality standards. The limited ingredient diets are pure and simple, perfect for pups with food sensitivities or allergies.
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As Melissa said, allergies are usually the result of grain type, not protein. Protein type has more to do with muscle mass, weight gain/loss. To resolve your confusion, please do as I have advised others, look up your breed of dog at this web site to determine which meat type your dogs needs before you even start looking at brands. While California Natural may be an excellent food, it doesn’t matter if your dog requires venison, and CN doesn’t carry that meat type. When you figure out what meat type your dog needs, you will have no problem finding a food that satisfies the protein level needed. . Nutrition is so extremely complicated that not even vets get the right kind of education in veterinary school. They focus on clinical nutrition (fixing the problems, not preventing them.) Look up any Veterinary University website curriculum and you will not see any nutritional courses. At most they get a seminar/sales pitch from the one or two food companies that make disease specific diets. I pray this changes in the near future, and I suspect it will as judging by the large pet food conglomerations that are buying out small holistic companies like Naturapet (Calif Natural.)
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