Metal Diet

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Formulated to support the diffusion and downbearing of Qi and the governance of body fluids. The diet strengthens the Stomach and Lung Qi

  • Beef: Supplements Qi and Blood
  • White Potato: Strengthens Spleen and Stomach Qi
  • Bok Choy: Lubricates intestines, clears Heat
  • Kale: Balances Stomach and Spleen
  • Carrots: Invigorates Liver Blood, reinforces Spleen, Rienforces Liver, sends down counterflow Qi, arrests cough

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Home Cooking

Feed a smaller amount of Chi Dog to your pet by mixing 1/2 Chi Dog + 1/2 Home Cooked Meals or another brand of Whole Food Meals.

Simply select 1/2 of your dog’s weight. For example, for a 40 lb. dog simply choose the 16-20 lb. option from the Your Dog's Weight drop down menu and proceed with completing the pet profile.

Portion Guide

4 weeks of meals - We ship you 28 days worth of portioned meals specific to your dog’s weight.

2 weeks of meals - We ship you 14 days worth of portioned meals specific to your dog’s weight.

1 week of meals - We ship you 7 days worth of portioned meals specific to your dog’s weight.

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein Minimum 15%

Crude Fat 9.5%

Crude Fibre Maximum 1%

Moisture Maximum 65%

Nutrition Facts
% of calories
Protein
43%
Fat
27%
Carbohydrates
30%

Ingredients

Beef, white potato, bok choy, carrots, kale, flaxseed meal (source of ALA), algal oil (source of DHA) Macro minerals [tricalcium phosphate, potassium chloride, monosodium phosphate, magnesium oxide] Trace minerals [zinc proteinate, iron proteinate, copper proteinate, manganese proteinate, calcium iodide, selenium yeast] Choline chloride Vitamins [ L-ascorbyl-2-phosphate (source of vitamin C), d-calcium pantothenate, riboflavin, niacin, d-biotin, vitamin B12, vitamin A acetate, vitamin E supplement, folic acid, thiamine mononitrate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, vitamin D3 supplement).

Description

Metal Dog – “The Scholar”


The Metal Dog is your best-behaved dog. They try to follow the rules, but if they don’t agree, they may make up their own rules. They are slow to bond with other dogs and prefer to be alone. However, once they become attached, the bond is strong. They are not cuddly. They want to be with you, but they usually sit on the other chair. They will quietly watch you for cues to tell them what is their next job. They may try to correct other dogs in the house, diligently enforcing the rules. They love games and can be excellent agility or ball-chasing dogs. They can sometimes be haughty or vain, and this dog will do whatever it takes to protect the family.

Feeding Guideline

Metal Diet is formulated to support the diffusion and downbearing of Qi and the governance of body fluids. The diet strengthens the Stomach and Lung Qi.

Calorie Content (calculated):

ME kcal/kg= 1025 kcal/kg. Kcal per 29oz tray= 845 kcal

Portioned Feeding Guideline

  • Please let each tray sit out overnight/ during the day to allow it to defrost. We recommend feeding Chi Dog at room temperature or warming prior to serving.
  • An open tray should go into refrigerator and be eaten within 7 days, (just like you would with any left over you have in the refrigerator)

How to and How much to feed your dog

Dogs Weight

Amount to feed per meal

1 pound- 35 pounds

Your dog’s tray has just the right amount of food for 4 meals. Simply divide the food into fourths and you have a meal!

35 pounds – 90 pounds

Your dog’s tray has just the right amount of food for 2 meals. Simply divide the food into half and you have a meal!

90 pounds and above

Simply feed one full tray per meal!

 

AAFCO Certification

Nutritional Adequacy Statement

Fire = Is formulated to meet nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for All Life Stages including growth of large size dogs (70 lb. or more as an adult).

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