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ADULT SMALL BREED
FOR ALL SMALL-BREED DOGS ONE YEAR AND OLDER
Dogs have evolved as carnivores, biologically adapted for a diet rich and varied in meats with smaller amounts of vegetables and fruits.
That’s why ACANA Adult Small Breed is loaded with free-run chicken, wild-caught flounder, and cage-free eggs, delivered FRESH or RAW in WholePrey ratios, so they’re brimming with goodness and taste.
Free of grains or gluten, ACANA is rich in meat protein to promote your dog’s peak health and conditioning.
Made in our award-winning kitchen from Canada’s best and freshest ingredients, Biologically Appropriate ACANA is guaranteed to keep your dog healthy, happy, and strong.
Read our ingredients and we think you’ll agree!
IT'S ALL ABOUT THE MEAT
MOTHER NATURE MATCHED THE NUTRIENTS IN WHOLE FOWL, FISH AND GAME TO PERFECTLY MEET THE NEEDS OF YOUR DOG.
Modern dogs are built like their ancestors and we believe they should eat like them, too.How do you know if your dog’s food is Biologically Appropriate? It’s simple, just answer the three meat questions.
HOW MUCH MEAT?
ACANA Adult Small Breed is loaded with 60% meat — up to twice as much as most pet specialty dog foods.
HOW MUCH FRESH MEAT?
1/3 of the meat in ACANA is FRESH, supplying essential nutrients in their most nourishing form, and 2/3 are dried or oils to provide a strong and natural source of protein.
HOW MANY MEATS?
ACANA Dog foods feature fresh meats in WholePrey ratios that include meat, organs, and cartilage or bone to supply nutrients naturally and completely.
Free-run chicken – meat, liver, heart, kidney, and cartilage or bone fresh from prairie farms.
Wild-caught flounder – whole and fresh from North Vancouver Island.
In nature there are no synthetic supplements, and dogs and wolves derive their nutritional needs by consuming prey animals; muscle meat provides protein; liver, kidney, and tripe supply vitamins and minerals; and cartilage and bone deliver calcium and phosphorus.
chemicals in dog food
Why do you use Enterococcus faecium NCIMB 10415 in your small breed dog food? I read that this is a bad substance, I also would like to know what is in your "chicken meal". Are there any other chemicals in the food? Thank you!