Raw Chicken Dinner for Dogs - 5lb Case

$30.00

90% Meat, Organs, Bone, and Salmon Oil
10% Fruits, Vegetables and Vitamins/Minerals Mix

  • USDA inspected and approved chicken
  • All natural with added vitamins and trace minerals 
  • No grains, no gluten, no fillers
  • No artificial colors, no preservatives
  • Made in the USA 

Packaging:
Product comes in 5 lb. case with 10 x 8oz. chubs for easy portioning.

Raw Chicken Dinner for Dogs - 5lb Case
Raw Chicken Dinner for Dogs - 5lb Case
Raw Chicken Dinner for Dogs - 5lb Case
Raw Chicken Dinner for Dogs - 5lb Case

Complete and Balanced for All Life Stages

Balanced Blends Raw Chicken Dinner for Dogs is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrients Profiles for All Life Stages.

Ingredients

Analysis

Feeding Guide

Transition

Safe Handling

Chicken, Chicken Necks, Chicken Livers, Chicken Hearts, Chicken Gizzards, Cabbage, Carrots, Peppers, Flaxseed Oil, Cranberries, Salmon Oil, Psyllium Husks.

Vitamins: Vitamin E Supplement, Niacin, D-Calcium Panthotenate, Biotin, Riboflavin, Vitamin A Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Vitamin B12, Pyridoxine HCL, Folic Acid.

Trace Minerals: Sea Salt, Iron Sulfate, Zinc Proteinate, Zinc Oxide, Sodium Selenite, Copper Sulfate, Manganese Proteinate, Copper Proteinate, Manganous Oxide, Calcium Iodate.

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein (min) - 15%
Crude Fat (min) - 7%
Crude Fiber (max) - 0.6%
Moisture (max) - 74%
Calorie Content (calculated) ME: 1235 kcal/kg, 35 kcal/oz

Nutritional Analysis:
Omega 6 to 3 ratio - 2.44 : 1
Calcium to Phosphorus ratio - 1.29 : 1

Full Nutritional Analysis

Raw Chicken Dinner - Daily Amount
35 kcal/oz, 1235 kcal/kg
Adult weight: 0-60 lb

Weight, in LB 10 20 30 40 50 60
Puppy, < 50% of adult weight day 17 oz
(1.1 lb)
28.6 oz
(1.8 lb)
38.7 oz
(2.4 lb)
48.1 oz
(3.0 lb)
56.8 oz
(3.6 lb)
65.2 oz
(4.1 lb)
Puppy, 50-80% of adult weight 14.2 oz
(0.9 lb)
23.8 oz
(1.5 lb)
32.3 oz
(2.0 lb)
40.1 oz
(2.5 lb)
47.4 oz
(3.0 lb)
54.3 oz
(3.4 lb)
Puppy, > 80% of adult weight 11.3 oz
(0.7 lb)
19.1 oz
(1.2 lb)
25.8 oz
(1.6 lb)
32.1 oz
(2.0 lb)
37.9 oz
(2.4 lb)
43.4 oz
(2.7 lb)
Adult, inactive 7.7 oz
(0.5 lb)
12.9 oz
(0.8 lb)
17.5 oz
(1.1 lb)
21.7 oz
(1.4 lb)
25.7 oz
(1.6 lb)
29.5 oz
(1.8 lb)
Adult, moderate activity (Normal) 8.9 oz
(0.6 lb)
15.0 oz
(0.9 lb)
20.3 oz
(1.3 lb)
25.2 oz
(1.6 lb)
29.8 oz
(1.9 lb)
34.1 oz
(2.1 lb)
Adult, active 10.5 oz
(0.7 lb)
17.7 oz
(1.1 lb)
24.0 oz
(1.5 lb)
29.8 oz
(1.9 lb)
35.2 oz
(2.2 lb)
40.3 oz
(2.5 lb)
Adult, very active 15.0 oz
(0.9 lb)
25.2 oz
(1.6 lb)
34.1 oz
(2.1 lb)
42.4 oz
(2.6 lb)
50.1 oz
(3.1 lb)
57.4 oz
(3.6 lb)
Adult, older, sleeps all day 6.5 oz
(0.4 lb)
10.9 oz
(0.7 lb)
14.8 oz
(0.9 lb)
18.3 oz
(1.1 lb)
21.7 oz
(1.4 lb)
24.8 oz
(1.6 lb)

Raw Chicken Dinner - Daily Amount
35 kcal/oz, 1235 kcal/kg
Adult weight: 70-120 lb

Weight, in LB 70 80 90 100 110 120
Puppy, < 50% of adult weight day 73.1 oz
(4.6 lb)
80.9 oz
(5.1 lb)
88.3 oz
(5.5 lb)
94.6 oz
(5.9 lb)
102.7 oz
(6.4 lb)
109.6 oz
(6.8 lb)
Puppy, 50-80% of adult weight 60.9 oz
(3.8 lb)
67.4 oz
(4.2 lb)
73.6 oz
(4.6 lb)
79.7 oz
(5.0 lb)
85.6 oz
(5.3 lb)
91.3 oz
(5.7 lb)
Puppy, > 80% of adult weight 48.8 oz
(3.0 lb)
53.9 oz
(3.4 lb)
58.9 oz
(3.7 lb)
63.7 oz
(4.0 lb)
68.4 oz
(4.3 lb)
73.1 oz
(4.6 lb)
Adult, inactive 33.1 oz
(2.1 lb)
36.6 oz
(2.3 lb)
40.0 oz
(2.5 lb)
43.2 oz
(2.7 lb)
46.4 oz
(2.9 lb)
49.6 oz
(3.1 lb)
Adult, moderate activity (Normal) 38.3 oz
(2.4 lb)
42.4 oz
(2.6) lb)
46.3 oz
(2.9 lb)
50.1 oz
(3.1 lb)
53.8 oz
(3.4 lb)
57.4 oz
(3.6 lb)
Adult, active 45.3 oz
(2.8 lb)
50.1 oz
(3.1 lb)
54.7 oz
(3.4 lb)
59.2 oz
(3.7 lb)
63.5 oz
(4.0 lb)
67.8 oz
(4.2 lb)
Adult, very active 64.4 oz
(4.0 lb)
71.2 oz
(4.5 lb)
77.8 oz
(4.9 lb)
84.2 oz
(5.3 lb)
90.5 oz
(5.7 lb)
96.5 oz
(6.0 lb)
Adult, older, sleeps all day 27.9 oz
(1.7 lb)
30.8 oz
(1.9 lb)
33.6 oz
(2.1 lb)
36.4 oz
(2.3 lb)
39.1 oz
(2.4 lb)
41.8 oz
(2.6 lb)

Transitioning to raw food from any food should be done slowly for their digestive system to adjust and to avoid digestive issue from sudden changes in diet. Here is a guideline you can follow.

Keep the foods frozen. Thaw them before you serve them. Once thawed, you can keep them refrigerated for 2 to 3 days. Always practice good hygiene when handling raw food, just like when you are preparing dinner for your family with raw chicken or hamburgers. Clean all surfaces and utensils that are used, including your pets’ bowls, once they finish their food. Always wash your hands before and after you handle the raw foods.