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SFRAW Salmon Flounder Formula 20x1-lb case

SFRAW Salmon Flounder Formula 20x1-lb case

2 Stars
As of 3/25/19: Temp. unavailable pending whitefish supply.
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Product Description

SEAFOOD: ROYAL HAWAIIAN SEAFOOD SOURCED. WILD CAUGHT WITH SUSTAINABLE FISHING STANDARDS. SEAFOOD WATCH RATED BEST CHOICE. MSC-CERTIFIED. CONTAMINANT-FREE. HISTAMINE-TESTED. HACCP. PROCESSED AND HANDLED AS FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION, THEN PROPERLY DEEP-FROZEN FOR SAFE RAW FEEDING TO DOGS. ARROWTOOTH FLOUNDER & WILD SALMON FORMULA WITH JAPANESE SWEET POTATO INGREDIENTS: Boneless Whitefish Fillets (Arrowtooth Flounder), Wild Salmon Heads/Trim (bone-in); Certified Organic Produce (low-glycemic) including a touch of Japanese Sweet Potato (peeled, cooked with Kombu for easier digestion, locally produced) + Fresh Organic Herbs and Organic Garlic or Ginger; Organic Whole Food Supplements: Pastured Raw Goat Milk, Raw Unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar, Raw Carob, Kelp, Dulse, Raw Pumpkin Seeds, Seasonal Herbs, Superfruit Blend provides Natural Vitamin C with Bioflavonoids; unrefined, organic, fair-trade/animal-friendly Red Palm Oil provides a food source of over ten different forms of carotenes, including alpha-carotene and beta-carotene (vitamin A) and additional antioxidants, such as tocopherols and tocotrienols (vitamin E), and CoEnzyme Q10. NOTE: THIS IS THE ONLY FORMULA THAT CONTAINS A HINT OF SWEET POTATO.

Warranty Information

SFRAW Brand 100% Money Back, No Hassle Guarantee + Return/Exchange Policy: All of the products that we make at SFRAW (SFRAW brand/made products) come with a 100% guarantee with a full refund or exchange happily provided, for any reason. Note: We will not/do not resell returned perishable products; we donate any returns to local rescues or others in need.

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  1. Gone fishing 2 Star Review

    (Submitted on Mar 24th 2017)

    Thought I'd try this as the dogs loved the other fish mix. This one not a hit with the finicky eater. Also I was careful to pick out the very sharp thick pieces of fin that I would notice in some of the packs. Probably not an issue for most dogs but I like to err on the side of caution.