Denotes Gluten-Sensitive Menu item. Jason’s Deli is not a gluten-free environment. If you are gluten-sensitive, please request gluten-free preparation when you order. Please be advised that all of our foods are prepared in a common kitchen and that Jason’s Deli cannot guarantee that cross-contact with other gluten-containing products will not occur. As a result, we cannot recommend this for persons with Celiac Disease. Our gluten-free offerings are designed for those with gluten sensitivities or those who prefer to avoid gluten for nutritional reasons. Ask for our Gluten-Sensitive Menu.
I have been using Rachael Ray brand for years now. My dogs LOVE it. There’s never any left overs, they don’t leave food in their bowls so there’s no waste, and they have never looked or been healthier. The vet remarks about how good they are doing, shiny coats, great teeth, weight is good. We use the dry formulas and switch between ‘flavors’ for them for variety, and add some wet food to each meal and mix it up for them.
It’s affordable, easy to find in WalMarts and other grocery stores, they like it, and the vet says they are doing great.
PLUS the proceeds go towards animal rescue and shelters. What more can you ask for from a dog food?
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NDF 2 is a dehydrated product. A 5-lb bag of NDF 2 will feed a 30 lb dog (according to the instructions on the bag) for 30 days.
To prevent digestive upsets when changing from kibble to NDF 2, transition your dog over a period of about 7 days. Feed equal amounts twice a day. If you are already feeding a raw diet, you can make the transition immediately.
Add a small amount of NDF 2 and meat to the kibble you are feeding your dog now and mix with water. As the week progresses, gradually increase the amount of NDF, meat and water, at the same decreasing the kibble by a corresponding amount, until you have phased out the kibble. (If you are feeding the same meat protein for six days, you may want to feed another protein - canned mackerel or cottage cheese - on the seventh day.) At the end of the transition period, weigh your dog. Weigh him again after four weeks. Increase or decrease the amount you feed accordingly.
Puppies: 7 weeks to 7 months:
Puppies 7 weeks through teething are fed four times a day an amount that is double their weight. For example, if you have a 12-lb puppy, use the guidelines for a 25-lb dog. Divide into four meals. Feed one meal at 8 ., one at noon, one at 4 . and the last at 8 . When the puppy is through teething, reduce feeding to three times a day and decrease the amount slightly. Gradually increase the amount you feed as your puppy grows. Dogs go through growth spurts up until 2 years of age and you may have to increase the amount fed for a short period of time. Around 6 to 7 months, reduce to two feedings following the guidelines for the weight of your dog.