Wheat Flour, Ground Peanut Hulls (a source of fiber, 20%), Wheat Middlings, Beet Pulp, Poultry Digest, Fish Meal, Fructooligosaccharides, Potassium Chloride, Calcium Carbonate, Zinc Oxide, Manganous Oxide, Copper Oxide, Cobalt Carbonate, Choline Chloride, Vitamin A Acetate, D-Activated Animal Sterol, a-Tocopherol Acetate, Niacin, Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin, Thiamine Hydrochloride, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Biotin.
Moisture, 0% - Protein, 16% - Fat, 2.5% - Fiber, 19% - Calcium .69% - Phosphorus, .41% - Potassium, .65% - Sodium .06% - Magnesium, .14% - Chloride, .20%
Calories per Biscuit - Medium - 24.7
Calories per Biscuit - Large - 87.6
Fiber Formula Dog Biscuits meet nutritional guidelines for:
Reduced fat and increased fiber helps to lower the calories in each Fiber Formula Dog Biscuit. Compared to commercial treats, Fiber Formula is lower in calories with 25% fewer calories per ounce than the leading dog biscuit.
The low-sodium content in each Fiber Formula Dog Biscuit (.06% DM) meets nutritional guidelines for dogs with heart disease, circulatory problems, and geriatric dogs.
Fiber adds bulk to the biscuit without adding calories. Fiber also helps to satisfy hunger by giving the stomach a full feeling. Fiber Formula has considerably more fiber (19% DM) than commercially available treats.
Low protein (16.10% DM), phosphorus (.41% DM), and sodium (.06% DM) levels in each Fiber Formula biscuit meet veterinary nutritionists' guidelines for geriatric dogs.
Veterinarians recommend a low-fat, high-fiber diet for dogs with diabetes mellitus. With a fat level of 2.5% (DM) and fiber of 19.0% (DM), Fiber Formula could be the perfect treat. Ask your veterinarian.
Fiber Formula can be used as a fiber source with each biscuit containing 1.63 g crude fiber.
The nutritional goal in diets and treats for this disease is a lowered fat level. Fiber Formula has the lowest fat level of any treat manufactured today.
Healthy dogs with tendencies towards obesity or dogs that receive many treats can eat Fiber Formula without adding excessive calories to their diet.