If your dog or a dog you care about is on or needs a sensitive GI diet we may have the answer. Our Balanced Remedy is made from fresh, whole food ingredients certified by USDA and balanced for long term feeding. It may be just the thing for temporary stomach upset, long term sensitive GI issues and post-op. Always seek the advice of your veterinarian when feeding a sick dog.
Balanced Remedy is formulated to improve gastrointestinal conditions such as diarrhea and vomiting by addressing the following key nutritional factors:
• Made 100% with ingredients FDA approved for human consumption
• 100% USDA ground lean turkey, restricted fat
• Low residue
• Ideal omega 6:3 ratio and added premium DHA/EPA
• Balanced for long-term feeding under veterinary supervision
USDA Certified Ground Turkey Breast
USDA Certified Ground Turkey Breast is a high quality source of lean protein and contains selenium, niacin, iron, zinc, phosphorous, potassium and B vitamins.
Long Grain Enriched White Rice
Long Grain Enriched White Rice is an easily digestible grain fortified with B Complex. It’s also loaded with iron, calcium, magnesium, manganese, zinc, copper and selenium.
Sushi Rice contains a higher iron content and provides a desirable balance of nutrients while remaining gentle on the digestive tract.
Sunflower Oil is a natural and medicinal oil pressed from the seeds of the sunflower and is rich in “good” essential, unsaturated fatty acids such as linoleic acid. (National Research Council Ad Hoc Committee on Dog and Cat Nutrition, 2006).
Icelandic Premium Fish Oil is sourced direct from the world’s cleanest, purest, and greenest sources. This exclusive supplement is pure, potent, natural and detoxified, and provides Omega 3 fatty acids in highly biologically available forms of EPA and DHA. It is also available for purchase to use with our DIY homemade recipe kit.
JustFoodForDogs Nutrient Blend
JFFD Nutrient Blend is formulated specifically to meet NRC standards. The blend is compounded from 100% human grade nutraceuticals regulated by the FDA.
For best results, it is recommended that pet owners weigh the food in ounces using a digital scale. If they do not have a scale, they may estimate volume in cups per the chart below. The chart is only a guide; always adjust feeding recommendations based on careful monitoring of the weight of the patient.