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Beef / Green Bean / Apple

Lean beef, white and brown rice, green beans, beef heart, beef liver, apple, microcrystalline hydroxyapetite (freeze dried whole bone), wild fish oil, cod liver oil, calcium carbonate, potassium chloride, salt, magnesium citrate, vitamin E (natural form: d-alpha tocopheryl acetate), zinc citrate, vitamin B complex, manganese citrate

Price: $2.75 small, $4.50 medium, $8.50 large

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

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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.

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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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Microcrystalline Hydroxyapatite Concentrate:

Exceptional Bone Nourishment!

Microcrystalline hydroxyapatite concentrate (MCHC) is derived from whole bone and is available as a nutritional supplement. It provides much greater nourishment than just calcium. MCHC contains protein and other ingredients that comprise the organic portion of bone, as well as calcium and other minerals in the normal physiological proportions found in raw bone.

There is no doubt that calcium is essential for healthy bone formation; however, trace minerals and organic factors are also important. Because bone is a complex, highly mineralized tissue, a number of trace mineral deficiencies can impair bone formation and remodeling. Trace minerals also act as cofactors for several enzymes involved in the production of the organic portion of bone. Because MCHC is actual bone, it contains these vital components, which are important for a healthy skeleton. It truly is comprehensive bone nourishment.

excerpted from naturopathicdoc.com