PET | TAO Harmony Freeze Dried Raw Formula (16oz Bag)
Why isn't Eastern Food Therapy more widely adopted by dog owners? Home cooking is time-intensive! It involves:
Evaluating the energetic of each ingredient
Evaluating the quality of each ingredient
Following the correct ingredient proportions
Making sure the formula has the right overall energetic for your pet's constitution
Scouring grocery stores and farmer's markets for hard-to-find organs
Searching for the perfect calcium supplement
Actual cooking time: leaving slow-cooker on for 8 hours or more depending on whether you are cooking bones
Cleaning up the dishes and the mess.
Then, you have to make dinner for yourself. And find the time to sit down and eat/read the news/answer your phone that keeps buzzing. There aren't always enough hours in the day. Luckily, food therapy can be easy, and energetic balance helps all pets live longer lives. PET | TAO removes the obstacles standing between you and consistent, energetically balanced meals for your dog. Benefits of freeze dried food therapy:
Easiest form of food therapy available
More time to spend with your pet
Less time measuring and following crockpot recipes
Calorie content 3,846 kcal/kg ME (calculated), 219 kcal/cup Guaranteed Analysis Crude Protein (min).............32% Crude Fat (min)...................17% Crude Fiber (max)................7% Moisture (max).....................7% AAFCO Statement PET | TAO Harmony Freeze Dried Formula is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for "maintenance". Feeding Instructions PET | TAO Harmony Freeze Dried Formula can be used in two ways: 1. As a dry meal mixer, add to your dog's regular meal. 2. As a rehydrated complete and balanced meal, add 12 tbsp or 6 fluid ounces of warm water per cup of food. Weight of dog in pounds: 5 10 20 30 40 50 60 Cups of food per day: 1/2 1 1 2/3 2 2 2/3 3 3 1/2
Each bag contains roughly 8 cups unrehydrated freeze dried raw dog food. Optimal feeding amounts vary with age, size, breed and activity level. Please refer to the feeding chart above as an initial recommendation and adjust food amounts as needed to reach a desired weight goal. Amount of food consumed will vary based on breed, age, activity level, and environment. Consult your veterinarian if you think your dog is too thin or overweight. Keep the product in a sealed bag. Always wash hands, utensils, work area, and food bowls with soapy, hot water after each feeding. Remove and discard leftovers after 2 hours if the water is added.