A great-tasting complement to the Canyon River Feline dry recipe or a stand-alone diet for your special cat. Made with trout and salmon, this recipe offers great taste and quality fish protein. Supplemented with vegetables and fruits, this recipe delivers antioxidants to help give your friend a healthy lifestyle. Veterinarians recommend feeding wet food as part of your cat's diet to lower carbohydrate intake and to increase water intake, both important features in feline nutrition. Satisfy your cat's nutritional needs by feeding Canyon River Feline Recipe with Trout and Salmon in Gravy.
Trout, fish broth, vegetable broth, ocean fish, salmon, dried egg whites, potato starch, dried ground peas, carrots, sweet potatoes, guar gum, dried egg product, natural flavor, sunflower oil, sodium phosphate, salt, potassium chloride, inulin, tomatoes, blueberries, raspberries, taurine, choline chloride, DL-methionine, iron amino acid chelate, zinc amino acid chelate, yucca schidigera extract, thiamine mononitrate, vitamin E supplement, natural smoke flavor, copper amino acid chelate, manganese amino acid chelate, sodium selenite, niacin supplement, d-calcium pantothenate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, riboflavin supplement, vitamin A supplement, biotin, potassium iodide, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin B12 supplement, folic acid.
Nutritional Information/Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 8.0% Minimum
Crude Fat 3.0% Minimum
Crude Fiber 1.5% Maximum
Moisture 82.0% Maximum
(ME Calculated) 955 kcal/kg, 149 kcal/can (5.5 oz.)
Feed according to the age, size and activity level of your cat. Feed at room temperature and refrigerate unused portion. Keep fresh water available at all times. *Feed up to twice the adult amount to kittens.
|Weight of Adult Cat (lbs.)*
||When feeding canned food only (5.5 oz. can)
This feeding guide provides a starting point for the amount of food to give your cat each day. We recommend that you keep your cat in ideal body condition and not allow them to become overweight. The amount of food your cat needs can vary based on age, activity level or other food and treats given, so be sure to work with your veterinarian to determine an appropriate weight for your cat, and to make any necessary adjustments to their feeding.