OC Raw Dog Meaty Rox Chicken & Produce Frozen Dog Food recipe is made from California raised antibiotic and hormone free chicken using premium cuts so the meat to bone ratio and protein content is higher than other commercial raw foods.
Ingredients: Chicken, Ground Chicken Bone, Chicken Liver, Chicken Gizzard, Carrots, Apples,Broccoli, Spinach, Acorn Squash, Beets, Cod Liver Oil, Parsley, Blueberries, Calcium Carbonate.
Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein min (16%), Crude Fat min (7%), Crude Fiber max (1%), Moisture max (74%), Omega 3 / Omega 6 ratio 1:5, Calcium / Phosphorus 1:1.
- OC Raw food does not contain any chemicals, enhancers, preservatives, remnants, processed meals, denatured, or renderings.
- OC Raw does not source any of our meat or produce from China or Mexico. EVERYTHING we use is USA grown (except our lamb and goat which usually comes from New Zealand or Australia).
- WARNING ~ this food is not meant for people, but it had been mistaken in the fridge for meatloaf, baked, served, and eaten.
Safe Handling Instructions:
For maximum freshness we recommend you keep the food frozen until ready to serve. Thaw in the refrigerator, never in the microwave, once thawed the food will be good for 2-3 days in the refrigerator. This product is made from raw foods which may contain bacteria harmful to humans. We highly recommend that you store raw food separate from ready-to-eat foods and always wash your hands, bowls, and handling surfaces, like counters or cutting boards, in hot soapy water after use.
Caloric Content: (calculated) ME = 1.314.6 kcal/kg and 298 kcal/8oz
Recommended to feed 2%-3% of your dog’s body weight daily based on life stage and energy requirements. For puppies and/or pregnant/lactating females we recommend 4% – 6% of body weight daily. For senior or weight conscious dogs we recommend 1.5% – 2% of body weight daily depending on the fat content of the different protein formulations.
|Weight||Adult Daily Feeding (cups)|
|20 LBS||1 – 1.5|
|50 LBS||2 – 3|
|75 LBS||3 – 4.5|
|100+ LBS||4 – 6|
One cup should equal approximately 2 ounces. These percentages are guidelines and recommendations. Always consult with your veterinarian for specific calorie requirements.