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Dr. B’s LAMB Recipe BARF for Dogs

BARF Lamb for Dogs

Australian lamb is a brilliantly pure meat because of its background of being pasture fed. In terms of being either a red or white meat, lamb is very much a ‘fence-sitter. This means Dr. B’s Lamb Recipe BARF for Dogs is a very good and safe choice in most situations; it is a good ‘all-rounder.’

Dr. B’s Lamb Recipe BARF is ideal for all life stages. It has high levels of Conjugated Linoleic Acid together with an excellent balance of Omega 6 and Omega 3 Essential Fatty acids.

Dr. B’s Lamb Recipe BARF is best avoided in cases of pancreatitis as it is quite high in fat and in animals with a known lamb allergy. 

Lamb, finely ground chicken bone, beef liver, whole egg, yoghurt, cabbage or bok choy, celery, spinach or silverbeet, carrot, ground flax seed meal, dried alfalfa leaf powder, beef heart, unbleached beef tripe, whole apples, dried kelp powder, garlic, oranges, salmon frames.

Typical Analysis:
Moisture - 68%
Crude Protein - 14% (44% D.M. basis)
Crude Fat - 15% (47% D.M. basis)
Crude Fibre - 1% (3% D.M basis) Salt – less than 1% (less than 3% D.M. basis)
Calcium (Ca) – 3.4% (D.M basis)
Phosphorus (P) – 2.2% (D.M basis)
Calcium : Phosphorus Ratio – 1 : 0.6

Calories - 795kj / 100gm – 1805 KJ /serve (227gm)