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Dr. Marty Nature's Blend Active Vitality Senior (3x16oz)

Item: DRMNBS48OZ
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Description

Dr. Marty Nature's Blend Active Vitality is a premium, freeze-dried raw food for dogs ages 7 years and up. Each batch is filled with high-quality meats and antioxidant-rich veggies and fruit for immunity support, joint mobility, healthy brain function, and balanced energy - to help your dog thrive for years to come.

First Four Ingredients:

  • Turkey - Lean but powerful protein to support healthy teeth and gums
  • Beef - Full of vitamins and minerals that promote a healthy heart
  • Salmon - Uniquely rich in omega-3s, which support healthy joints and skin
  • Duck - Packed with minerals that support vital organs and balanced energy.
  • Tart Cheerries & Green Lipped Mussels - Naturally rich in antioxidants and omega-3s to help maintain strength and mobility.

Ingredients

Ingredients:

Turkey, Beef, Salmon, Duck, Beef Liver, Turkey Liver, Turkey Heart, Flaxseed, Sweet Potato, Egg, Pea Protein, Tart Cherry, Green Lipped Mussel, Apple, Blueberry, Carrot, Cranberry, Pumpkin Seed, Spinach, Kelp, Ginger, Salt, Sunflower Seed, Broccoli, Kale, Mixed Tocopherols (Preservative).

Useful Information

Preparing Nature's Blend - Healthy Growth:

Use it as a Mixer:

If you'd like to boost your dog's diet with freeze-dried raw nutrition but don't want to replace their current food, you can use Active Vitality as a mixer. To add, simply reduce the amount of your dog's food and replace with the desired amount of Active Vitality to avoid overfeeding.

Safe Handling:

Do not open bag until ready to use. For maximum freshness after opening, store in a cool, dry place. Always completely seal bag after feeding. Rehydrated food will maintain optimum freshness for 3 to 5 days with refrigeration.

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