PantryFresh Lamb & Brown Rice
PantryFresh Lamb & Brown Rice
No Growth Hormones
33 Calories per Ounce
The JustFoodForDogs Lamb & Brown Rice is a delicious and well-balanced diet made with restaurant-grade ground lamb. It’s high in calories and controlled in protein, making it the ideal maintenance diet for older dogs, or dogs with smaller appetites. And with its innovative “Tetra Pak” packaging, every PantryFresh meal can be stored unopened on the shelf for up to one year. It also makes it the perfect option when traveling or boarding your dog.
- Calorie Content Per KG
- ME as fed (kcals) 1164
- Crude Protein (min) 6%
- Crude Fat (min) 4%
- Crude Fiber (max) 1.5%
- Moisture (max) 75%
- Calcium:Phosphorus Ratio 1.2:1
- Omega 6: Omega 3 Ratio 3:1
Feeding trials using AAFCO procedures substantiate that the JustFoodForDogs PantryFresh Lamb & Brown Rice recipe provides complete and balanced nutrition for maintenance.
Our USDA-inspected and approved New Zealand lamb heart is a nutrient-dense food. Ounce for ounce, it contains the most concentrated amounts of protein and a natural source of active vitamin A. It’s a rich source of heme iron, the most absorbable form of iron. Lamb heart is also high in B vitamins such as cobalamin, pantothenic acid, riboflavin, niacin, phosphorus and zinc.
Long-Grain Brown Rice
Long-grain brown rice is loaded with B vitamins and minerals such as magnesium and zinc and is an excellent source of complex carbohydrates.
Among many other benefits, cauliflower contains glucosinolates and thiocyanates, compounds proven to increase the liver's ability to neutralize potentially toxic substances that, if not properly detoxified, can damage cell membranes and molecules such as DNA within the cell nucleus. Cauliflower for dogs is also a great source of vitamins C and K as well as folate and manganese.
Carrots are full of antioxidant compounds and are one of the richest sources of the pro-vitamin A carotenes. The antioxidant compounds may help to prevent heart disease, cancer in dogs, and help protect good vision. In addition, carrots for dogs are a very good source of vitamins C and K, potassium and dietary fiber.
Spinach is used in our dog recipes because it is rich in beta-carotene and lutein and has excellent antioxidant properties. Spinach for dogs is also a great source of vitamin K, magnesium, folate and manganese as well as omega-3 fatty acids and zinc.
Safflower oil contains essential omega-6 fatty acids which, via prostaglandins, strengthen cell membranes and regulate every function in the body at the molecular level. Canola oil for dogs is both more common as well as more affordable than safflower oil but given the controversy surrounding canola oil and the superiority of safflower oil for dogs, we believe the expense is justified.
Blueberries are rarely used in food for dogs because of their cost but they are one of the best sources of antioxidants that can be found. One example is the presence of ellagic acid, a phytochemical known to prevent cell damage. Blueberries for dogs also provide the necessary soluble and insoluble fiber, such as pectin, which is essential for proper metabolic functions.
Cod Liver Oil
Our cod liver oil provides omega-3 fatty acids in highly biologically available forms of EPA and DHA. It is also a rich source of vitamins A and D.
Multi-Vitamin & Mineral Blend
JFFD Nutrient Blend is formulated specifically for each recipe to meet NRC RA recommendations. The blend is compounded from 100% human-grade nutraceuticals regulated by the FDA. It is also available for purchase as a DIY homemade recipe kit.