5% OFF + FREE BROTH: PetCubes (SENIOR) Gently Cooked Kangaroo Frozen Dog Food

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    • Pet Cubes Gently Cooked Kangaroo Frozen Dog Food (Senior Formula) is a gently cooked diet prepared at 80˚C optimally balanced for dogs older than 7 years of age. It is recommended to feed a mix of proteins on daily basis. Formulated by Dr. Francis Cabana, this diet meets nutrient concentrations established by the AAFCO recommendation for maintenance.

      Benefits

      • Formulated by Dr. Francis Cabana
      • Meets AFCO minimum nutrient requirements for maintenance
      • Locally made in sunny Singapore with fresh ingredients from reputable sources
      • Made using single type of protein source, which is greatly beneficial for dogs suffering from allergy problems
      • Using HACCP certified flash freezing technology
      • No salt, no preservatives & no additives are added to maintain peak freshness
      • Recipes are carefully advised by professionals that ensures it to be well balanced and nutritious
      Facts

      • Breed Size: All Breeds ( For dogs 7 years and older)
      • Life Stage: Senior
      • Special Diet: By-Product Free, Grain Free, Gluten Free
      • Protein: Kangaroo
      • Size: 1 case / 4 cases / 6 cases/ 8 cases(1 case weighs 2.25 kg, contains 7 packets of 320g each, each packet divided into 4 small cubes)
      • Made In: Singapore

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          • Kangaroo Meat, Blueberries, Raspberries, Organic Kale, Spinach, Pumpkin, Sea Kelp, Brazil Nuts, Alaskan Salmon Oil, Grounded Free Range Egg Shells, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, Alpha-tocopherol, Zinc Gluconate, Turmeric, Ester C , L-Glutamine, Vitamin D, Vitamin B complex.

            • Do not re-cook or heat up the food in a microwave. To maintain the nutritional value, it’s important to serve PetCubes in its natural thawed state. Any heat process would eliminate the benefits in the diet. The simple process to prepare PetCubes is to thaw in a chiller, then serve.
            • Store in the freezer so that the food can last for 1 year from manufacturing date. A thawed diet can be kept in the fridge for up to two days. Once thawed, it should not be refrozen. Handle PetCubes just like how you would handle your own food
            • To thaw, leave in a chiller for about 10-12 hours before feeding. Do not thaw it on a table at room temperature over 1-2 hours before feeding
            • Ensure that Pet Cubes is frozen when you receive it. Some signs that it has gone bad: Bloated packet and foul/very sour smell are the most obvious signs
            • Ice crystals forming within the packet is a natural process, it does not affect the quality of the product in any way.

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            Serving size

            1/4 packet feeds 1-5 kg dog
            1/2 packet feeds 5-10 kg dog
            3/4 packet feeds 10-15 kg dog
            1 whole packet feeds 15-25 kg dog
            Note: These are just estimations. Do monitor your dog's weight and adjust accordingly.

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