FRESH FROM THE OVEN TO YOUR DOOR GMO FREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE Yes GMO Free. How many dog and cat foods are GMO FREE??? Hard to find. Flint Ranch has stepped up to the plate and said NO MO GMO. Support this great company that is NOT STATUS QUO NO MO. NO MO GMO, NO MO MONSANTO O:)
Flint River Ranch Super Premium All-Natural Formula is slowly TWICE OVEN-BAKED under carefully controlled conditions and proper temperatures. This unique baking process changes the hard-to-digest molecules of “raw” starches into easy-to-digest dextrines. This process acts as a “pre-digest” of the kibble food, resulting in less strain on the dog’s digestive system and allowing a greater degree of food absorption. A dog’s intestinal tract is short; it functions in the most efficient manner when the food is concentrated and can be quickly digested. The important vitamins, minerals and food ingredients can then be easily assimilated into the dog’s digestive system.
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What to consider when choosing a diet for your pet
When selecting a diet for your pets, remember that no one diet is going to satisfy all of the needs of every pet. I recommend you try different approaches to diet depending on the response of your pet to the food you are feeding.
No Artificial Colors or Flavors.
No Chemical Preservatives.
No Ethoxyquin, BHA or BHT.
No Liver unless you know it comes from an organic human source
When selecting a diet it should not contain by-products, corn, cottonseed, corncobs, citrus pulp, soy beans, fillers or other foreign materials such as noxious weeds, straw, hulls or chaff.
For an ideal meal combination, mix the Dry Water with BARF, RAW http://www.thepetwhisperer.com/products/raw-food in a 50/50 mix. You can feed the BARF, RAW as is or mix it with the Flint River Ranch Dry Water.
I recommend feeding once per day or a maximum of twice per day depending on the health of the digestive system of the pet. I also do not recommend free feeding. You should allow the intestinal a period of rest between meals to allow for repair and detoxification to take place. Fasting one day a week is an excellent idea for your pet. The exception would be a very debilitated animal who needs multiple feedings because of their weakened condition.