Water Diet

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

As Low As $3.71 a Day

Formulated to support original essence Jing, the foundation of Yin and Yang in the body. The diet is crafted to supplement Kidney Yin and Qi.

  • Pork: Supplements Blood and Yin
  • Pearled Barley: Slightly salty
  • Green Peas: Clear Heat
  • Watercress: Cool, Acrid ST, LU
  • Sweet Potato: Supports Stomach, Spleen and Kidney Yin, Qi, Tonic

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Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein Minimum 17%

Crude Fat 12%

Crude Fibre Maximum 1%

Moisture Maximum 63%

Nutrition Facts
% of calories
Protein
46%
Fat
32%
Carbohydrates
22%

Ingredients

Pork, pearled barley, green peas, watercress, sweet potato, dicalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, salt, fish oil, sunflower oil, vinegar, citric acid (preservative), choline bitartrate, zinc gluconate, ferrous sulfate, vitamin E supplement, copper gluconate, manganese gluconate, thiamine mononitrate (vitamin B1). selenium yeast, riboflavin (vitamin B2), vitamin B12 supplement. cholecalciferol (source of vitamin D3), potassium iodide.

Description

Water Dog – “The Shy One”

Your Water Dog is so sweet but can be scared of their shadow sometimes. It takes a while for them to feel comfortable. Curious, but hesitant at first, they will need coaxing to meet new people. They will often be alone, quietly thinking. Although when they are nervous, they will seek comfort from you or one of the other dogs in the house. Water Dogs are often large breed, (Gentle Giant) dogs who sit on your foot to keep you nearby. However, that sweet trembling Chihuahua is also a Water Dog. The Water Dog can be found sunbathing to warm themselves, often next to the cat, (for protection.)

Feeding Guideline

Water Diet is formulated to support original essence Jing, the foundation of Yin and Yang in the body. The diet is crafted to supplement Kidney Yin and Qi.

Calorie Content (calculated):

ME kcal/kg= 1272 kcal/kg. Kcal per 29oz tray= 1045 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).

1 review for Water Diet

  1. Admin

    Jared,

    What are you waiting for? Let me know if there are any questions
    or anything we can help with.

    Cheers,

    Chris (support@chidog.com)

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    skylane075 (verified owner)

    My dog is a very picky eater. She loves the Water Diet. I like the fact that the ingredients are wholesome and nutritious. I also like that the food comes in a plastic container, rather than a plastic bag. Makes feeding a bit easier. So happy to have found Chi Dog!! Maybe some Chi Dog treats would be a good thing to consider?? Thank you for helping to make my dog healthier.

    • Admin

      Thank you for the wonderful review. We are glad that your dog loves our Water Diet. Balanced Chi Dog Treats would be a wonderful addition to our line… we will keep it in mind. For the mean time Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine’s food therapy loves hard boiled eggs as a treat. The yolk is yang and the white is yin… it’s the perfect balance!

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