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Flint River Ranch's newest formula - Duck and Oatmeal was released
in September 2010! Like the Fish and Chips this formula is low in
grains and especially suited for dogs who may have allergies. It contains
no wheat or corn, by-products or artificial preservatives or additives.
It does contain natural probiotics - see ingredients list below. Like
all other Flint River Ranch dog foods it is oven baked in a state
of the art facility in the United States and shipped directly to your
This item is shipped in bags of 20 pounds or less for customer convenience. If you order 40 pounds, for instance, you will receive a shipment of two 20-pound bags.
Recommended by Veterinarians - Approved by Nutritionists
Because the Flint River Ranch Kibble is high density, you feed 20%-25% less than other foods. Each serving delivers maximum nutrition without fillers, so you'll also notice a lower stool volume and less clean-up.
It is better to introduce Flint River Ranch Super Premium foods by mixing with your dogs usual food and increasing the amount of Flint River Ranch over several days. It will take time for your dog to adjust to the rich, easy to digest, Super Premium quality. A sudden change in any food source may be a shock to your dogs digestive system. You may notice loose stool. If so, reduce the amount being fed until your dog adjusts.
Feed your dog once or twice a day. Food requirements vary depending on climate, breed of dog and exercise activity. Feed an amount that will maintain your dog's weight.