Formulated to support harmonious Qi flow. Wood is crafted to supplement Blood, Yin and support Liver upward and outward flow.
Wood Dog – “The Athlete”
The Wood Dog is strong, confident, competitive and outgoing. Your Wood Dog will get through a lot just on their bravery. They will be the first to bark at the mailman and will protect you in any situation. They need those long walks. They often bark and can lunge at other dogs, all in the name of protecting you. They have a brave heart, and their confidence can sometimes get them into trouble. Your Wood Dog is incredibly determined. When they set their minds to something, like protecting the yard from that squirrel, nothing will get in their way.
Wood dogs are:
Nutritional Adequacy Statement
Wood is formulated to meet nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for All Life Stages including the growth of large size dogs (70 lb. or more as an adult).
Chicken, chicken eggs, brown rice, Chinese eggplant, carrots, broccoli, dicalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, salt, fish oil, sunflower oil, vinegar, citric acid (preservative), choline bitartrate, zinc gluconate, ferrous sulfate, vitamin E supplement, copper gluconate, manganese gluconate, thiamine mononitrate (vitamin B1). selenium yeast, riboflavin (vitamin B2), vitamin B12 supplement. cholecalciferol (source of vitamin D3), potassium iodide.
Analysis & Feeding
Crude Protein Minimum: 18%
Crude Fat: 10.5%
Crude Fibre Maximum: 0.75%
Moisture Maximum: 64%
Calorie Content (calculated)
ME kcal/kg= 1183 kcal/kg. Kcal per 29oz tray= 973 kcal
Portioned Feeding Guideline
Hi, there. So, my dog just recently injured herself (she's 11 and acts like she's 2). Turns out she's got some lumbar issues and ligament tearing. Would this be a good food to add to her regimen until she heals? She has just recently been introduced to the Concentrated Tendon/Ligament formula. Thank you!!
Thank you for your question. We are so sorry to hear your dog is dealing with an injury! Chi Dog Wood Diet is a great Food Therapy product and is an overall Qi tonic for the body. It helps support pets with picky appetites, sensitive stomachs, liver issues, ligament injuries, and seizures.
For additional ligament support, we often recommend PET | TAO Liver Treats and Jing Tang Tendon Ligament Formula. We also have a supplement that helps support dogs in pain called Comfort. Many pet owners and vets use Comfort as an alternative to the pain medication Rimadyl. Thank you for supporting Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine!
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