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Red Flannel Bites N’ Bones Dry Dog Food
Red Flannel Bites N’ Bones is a soy-free formula, is specially designed to help normally active dogs maintain lifelong health. It supplies 100% complete and balanced nutrition for all life stages of normally active dogs.
Whether your pet is a companion or a performer, we are dedicated to building products that optimize their important purpose in life. PMI Nutrition products are only available from knowledgeable dealers in your community, so you get the information, education, and support you need with every purchase. We’re here for you; we’re here for your pet—every step of the way.
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- Crude Protein, (min)21.00%
- Crude Fat, (min)10.00%
- Crude Fiber, (max)4.0%
- Moisture, (max)12.0%
- Linoleic Acid, (min)1.0%
- Calcium (Ca), (min)1.00%
- Phosphorus (P), (min)0.8%
- Zinc (Zn), (min)150 mg/kg
- Vitamin A, (min)5,000 IU/kg
- Vitamin E, (min)175 IU/kg
- Omega-6 Fatty Acids (min)1.5%*
*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles
ADULT WEIGHT IN POUNDS/AMOUNT TO FEED* IN CUPS PER DAY
- up to 10- 1/2 to 1
- 11 - 25- 1 to 2-1/4
- 26 - 50- 2-1/4 to 3-3/4
- 51 to 100- 3-3/4 to 6
- 100- 6 cups plus 1/2 cup for each 10 lbs of body weight over 100 lbs
• Feeding Growing Puppies – When puppies begin to eat, which is usually 3 – 4 weeks of age, provide small amounts of solid food. Provide a constant amount of dry dog food until your puppies are fully weaned (6 – 8 weeks of age). After weaning, continue to keep the bowl filled with dry food.
• Consult your veterinarian regularly to help maintain your dog’s ideal body condition and health.
• Feeding for Reproduction – Pregnant or nursing dogs may require two to three times the recommended feeding amount, for adult dogs, to maintain ideal body condition. Adjust feeding rate accordingly.
• When changing your dog’s diet, do so gradually over a 7- to 10-day period to avoid an upset stomach.
• Provide fresh, clean water at all times.
• Thoroughly wash feeding and/or watering bowls on a regular basis.
• It is always good practice to wash hands thoroughly after feeding and/or handling pets or other animals.
• Not for human consumption.