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Grain fed chicken

Grain fed chicken, sweet potatoes, apples, rice, beef liver, organic first cold pressed safflower oil, microcrystalline hydroxyapetite (freeze dried whole bone), multi mineral complex, flax seed oil or wild salmon oil, potassium chloride, kelp, magnesium citrate, cod liver oil, zinc citrate, vitamin E (d-alpha-tocopheryl acetate), vitamin B complex.

Available from approximately September to April
Price: $3.00 small, $5.00 medium, $9.50 large
Add Wild Salmon Oil: +15 cents (small), +30 cents (medium), +50 cents (large).

Guaranteed analysis
crude protein 11.3%
crude fat 7%
carbohydrate 9.6%

How much does my dog need?

We have the answers!

Unanswered questions? write us info@evive.ca

Q. How much of Evive do I feed my dog?

To know how many "squares" (daily quantity), you have to calculate: 1 square for each 5 pounds of body weight.


Note: These recommendations should be used as guidelines only. Various factors affect feeding amounts, including: breed, weight, activity level, age. Please monitor your dog’s weight. If he or she gains weight, feed less. If they loose weight, feed more.


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Fresh facts

Our kelp is from Canadian ocean waters. It provides many excellent trace minerals including iodine, which is important in the functioning of the thyroid gland

Offering your pet fresh wholesome food is an excellent investment in your pet’s health

Sweet potatoes are an excellent source of vitamin A (beta-carotene) and a very good source of vitamin C. which are very powerful antioxidants

Buying local ingredients supports the local economy!

Chicken contains a wide range of vitamins and minerals and all nine essential amino acids. It is also a fantastic source of vitamin E, vitamin A equivalents, thiamine, and magnesium

Potatoes also contain a variety of phytonutrients that have antioxidant activity

Our meals contain over 50% real meat from small local farms

Fresh beef is a nutrient powerhouse, it’s packed with protein and vitamin B12, as well as zinc, selenium, vitamin B2 and B6, niacin, iron and phosphorus

Buying local is better for air quality and pollution than eating organic foods from remote areas

Potatoes are a very good source of vitamin C and a good source of vitamin B6, copper, potassium, manganese, and dietary fiber

Carrots are a natural source of beta-carotene, a powerful antioxidant

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure

Zucchini is an excellent source of manganese, vitamin C and a very good source of magnesium, fiber, potassium, folate, copper, riboflavin, phosphorus. Also, the rind contains beta-carotene

Locally grown produce is fresher!

Blueberries are among the fruits with the highest antioxidant activity

Whole brown rice is an excellent source of manganese and a good source of the minerals selenium and magnesium

Pets are the only animals on the planet expected to thrive on 100% processed diet

Cod liver oil provides a natural source of vitamin A and D. Vitamin A aids in immune function, formation of bones and is a powerful antioxidant. Vitamin D aids in the proper absorption of calcium and phosphorous

Green beans are loaded with nutrients; an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin C, manganese, vitamin A, dietary fiber, potassium, folate

The primary omega-3 found in salmon, EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid), acts as an anti-inflammatory and improves blood flow

Nutrition is the cornerstone of good health

Fresh beef liver is high in vitamin A and provides copper, selenium and iron

Our bone meal is from grass fed New Zealand veal bones. It is a pure source of calcium and phosphorous, which are pivotal in the formation of teeth and bones

All our vegetables, fruits, meat and poultry are from local farms

It is time that our pets
joined us in the enjoyment
of health via high
quality, fresh,
unprocessed diets

Acorn squash is an
excellent source of
vitamin A. It is also a
very good source of
vitamin C, potassium,
dietary fiber,
and manganese

Nutrients are best
absorbed in fresh, whole foods

Celery contains vitamin
and several other active
compounds that
promote health,
including coumarins,
which may be useful in
cancer prevention

Nutritional research shows
that each fruit and
vegetable contains its
own set of vitamins,
Experts recommend
eating a variety to
get the maximum
health benefits