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Original Wet Chicken Recipe for Dogs

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Description

Our free-range chickens are ethically raised with room to explore and forage New Zealand’s lush pastures — unlike other pet (and human!) foods that use factory farmed, free-run or cage-free chicken. ZIWI Peak Free-Range Chicken is a delicious recipe that both you and your dog can feel good about.

Key Features
  • Single-protein in authentic whole-prey ratios of 91% Meat, Organs, Bone, and New Zealand Green Mussels, crafted into a moisture-rich and chunky pâté
  • Grain-free without added carbohydrates like potato, soy, and other cheap fillers, which are linked to obesity, food allergies, and other health concerns
  • 10% Superfood inclusions of Poultry Heart, New Zealand Green Mussels, and Organic Kelp to naturally promote mobility, vitality, and well-being
  • Designed for all life stages and breeds, perfect as a topper for a nutrient and flavor boost, and ideal as a complete meal for peak nutrition
  • 100% ethical and sustainable sourcing of free-range meats and wild-caught fish, without added hormones, antibiotics, or growth promotants
Ingredients
Chicken, Water Sufficient for Processing, Chicken Liver, Chicken Heart, Chickpeas, New Zealand Green Mussel, Chicken Bone, Minerals (Dipotassium Phosphate, Magnesium Sulfate, Zinc Amino Acid Complex, Copper Amino Acid Complex, Selenium Yeast, Manganese Amino Acid Complex), Dried Kelp, Salt, Vitamins (Vitamin E Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Vitamin B5 Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid).
Guaranteed Analysis
 Nutrient Unit of Measure
Crude Protein min. 9%
Crude Fat min. 5.5%
Crude Fiber max. 1%
Moisture max. 78%
Ash max. 4%
Chondroitin Sulfate 300 mg/kg
Calorie Content (calculated) 1325 kcal ME/kg | 517 kcal ME/can

ZIWI Peak Chicken Recipe is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for All Life Stages including growth of large size dogs (70 lbs. or more as an adult). 
See full Typical Analysis here

Feeding & Storage Instructions
Feeding Guidelines
The best way to determine proper feeding guidelines for your pet is by utilizing our online feeding calculator found here. This tool allows you to enter in the unique characteristics of your pet to determine the proper feeding amount, including weight and life stage.
Transitioning to ZIWI
A sudden change in diet or overfeeding can result in digestive issues. ZIWI Peak is nutrient dense. A little goes a long way, don’t be surprised if you feed less! Introduce a new recipe slowly over 6-8 days, gradually increasing the amount of the new recipe while decreasing the old, until you are fully transitioned.
Ways to Feed
For optimum health we recommend you feed 100% ZIWI Peak. However, if you wish to feed ZIWI Peak with another food type, you can at any ratio you like. ZIWI Peak can be fed in many different ways as your pet’s sole daily food, as a nutritious topper on your existing food or as a tasty treat.
Storage Instructions
Refrigerate unused portion and use within 7 days of opening. Be sure to have a clean bowl of cool, fresh water available at all times.
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09/19/2021
Joan P.
I Think Nikko Approves!

I believe we will be staying with ZIWI Peak, and I think Nikko approves! Must tell you he didn't come up for air while woofing it down. As I was filling his dish, he was hanging off my leg sniffing the air and have to say the wet chicken food smelled really good. In any case, after he finished I said to him "I take it you liked it?" and that is when he did a little howl like sound with his mouth wide open. He doesn't say much, so I was a bit surprised and then he just sat there looking at me with that sad face, asking for seconds. I also started using the ZIWI beef weasand chews to train him. So far I have sit, sit pretty (hind legs and front paws up), and paw. I just have to watch my fingers as he is quick to grab his treat and I like that it takes him a few seconds to chew. He willingly sits for the next command as he knows what is coming... another treat. Best part though is he didn't have any adverse reaction to the change in food as they warn when going from one brand to another. His system seems to have taken it well... no runny stools or sick tummy.