Holistic Blend is a Canadian and family owned company that set out 15 years ago to change the pet food industry.
Highlights & Benefits
- Chicken Meal - Not a by-product
- Herring Meal - Preserved with vitamin E
- Flax Meal - For balanced omega fatty acids
- Prebiotics (FOS and MOS) to support digestive health
- Natural antioxidants
- Quality grains for energy
- Highly palatable and digestible
- For all lifestages
- No corn, wheat or soya
- No artificial flavours or colours
Every dog is different, feeding requirements will vary with size, age, and activity. Monitor your dog’s weight & adjust daily feedings as required.
Puppies under 5 months - feed 3 times a day.
*Metabolisable energy evaluated as per AAFCO calculation method 339 Kcal/g (per cup). A standard Measuring cup contains 226.8g (8oz.)
Chicken meal, de hulled oats, whole barley, chicken fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols), flax meal, ground brown rice, sodium chloride, dried carrots, herring fish meal, dried apple, calcium carbonate, choline chloride, chicory root (fos), yucca schidigera extract, calcium proprionate, rosemary extract, zinc proteinate, iron sulfate, zinc oxide, vitamin E supplement, copper sulfate, folic acid supplement, vitamin B-12 supplement, niacin supplement, vitamin A supplement, sodium selenite, manganese oxide, calcium pantothenate, riboflavin, biotin supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, calcium iodate.
Protein 27 % min
Fat 16 % max
Fibre 3 % min
Ash 7 % max
Calcium 1.5 % max
Phospherous 1 % max
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Lyntje: more than a year ago
I am so glad I found this brand! My dog is never picky, but is actually really excited when a new bag is opened of this food. I like to read ingredients on everything, and this food has a list I can actually understand and approve of. I take pride in knowing that my pets are eating a healthy food.
Sandy: more than a year ago
The product intrigued me because of the price, I went online and read reviews - and the reviews were positive! The final test were my dogs reaction to it. They won't eat straight kibble on it's own - has to be mixed with wet food.. but while feeding them one night, some kibble fell out of their bowl.. and before I can reach down and pick it up.. my finicky dog ate it! SUCCESS!