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Bixbi Rawbble Wingatarian Dry Dog Food, 4 lb

Introducing the Landatarian dry food blend, for all the wagatarians! Protein from fresh turkey, quail and duck, and carbohydrates from ancient grains like millet, sorghum and quinoa replace commonly found ingredients like meals, pea protein powder, potato or rice. RAWBBLE dry food maximizes amino acid absorption, offers balanced fiber levels and presents the right quality and quantity of fresh meat proteins. Our fresh meat, no meals dry food line is affordable and available through independent pet retailers. If your favorite pet store is not shown in our store locator, give them a call or let us know and we will contact them. We encourage you to support your favorite local pet store but offer our RAWBBLE line on our website for your convenience. 

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BENEFITS

  • Grain free and gluten free
  • Minimally processed
  • Locally sourced
  • Optimal protein levels
  • Source of healthy fats
  • Available in small, medium, and large bags
  • Made in the USA

INGREDIENTS

Turkey, sorghum, egg, millet, quinoa, quail, duck, natural turkey flavor, dicalcium phosphate, duck fat, natural vegetable flavor, potassium chloride, salmon oil, choline chloride,pumpkin, calcium phosphate, salt, dandelion greens, raspberries, mixed tocopherols (a preservative), rosemary extract, minerals (zinc proteinate, iron proteinate, copper proteinate, manganese proteinate, sodium selenite, calcium iodate), vitamins (vitamin E supplement, niacin supplement, d-calcium pantothenate, riboflavin supplement, vitamin A supplement, thiamine mononitrate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, vitamin B12 supplement, folic acid, vitamin D3 supplement).

BIXBI

Boulder, Colorado based Bixbi was founded by James and Michael Crouch, two brothers who are passionate about pets and nutrition. Bixbi resulted from a desire to blend an interest in pet nutrition with tasty treats. Because our pets are beloved members of our family, we're just as careful about what we put in our pets’ bowls as we are about what we put in our own mouths.