Please note that all foods are assigned to only one "Specialty" category. Therefore, some foods also appropriate for adult pets, or other life stages, may be found within the “Sensitive” category.
Good health starts with good food. Pet food made with a limited number of ingredients can help pets with a range of nutritional needs, supporting healthy skin, coat and digestion. California Natural is committed to using the fewest possible ingredients to deliver complete and balanced nutrition, choosing only ingredients that are nutrient-rich, easily digestible and meet our exceptional quality standards. You will find peace of mind with our philosophy that less is more. That’s the California Natural way, Pure & Simple.
High-quality lamb meal is the 1st ingredient to help provide higher levels of protein and fat1 to support the nutritional needs of a growing puppy.
Whole grain brown rice helps provide healthy levels of vitamins, antioxidants and fiber for your puppy.
White rice is an easily digestible carbohydrate and a nutritious source of energy.
Rich in omega-3 fatty acids to support skin and coat health and provides dietary fiber.
Pure and natural source of important omega-6 fatty acids to help nourish skin and coat.
1 Compared to California Natural Lamb Meal & Rice Formula Adult Dog Food
California Natural Lamb Meal & Rice Formula Small & Medium Breed Puppy Food is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for all life stages.
California Natural Lamb Meal & Rice Formula Small & Medium Breed Puppy Food is available in 5-lb., 15-lb. or 30-lb. packages.
Kibble shown for shape and texture.
Approximate size is 1/2" per kibble.
Commonly referred to as Typical Nutrient Analysis (NA), this describes the nutrient content that a specific pet food formula is expected to achieve based on data from the formula database, or in some cases, from an actual laboratory assay. The goal in posting the Typical NA is to provide nutritionists and veterinarians with information that can aid in the treatment of clinical problems such as a cat with struvite or in working with overly obese dogs to prescribe feeding amounts and diet choice for the animal's success.
|Crude Protein||26.5 %|
|Crude Fat||17.0 %|
|Crude Fiber||2.1 %|
|Linoleic Acid||1.59 %|
|Arachidonic Acid||0.04 %|
|Vitamin A||24.0 IU/kg|
|Vitamin D||2.0 IU/kg|
|Vitamin E||400.0 IU/kg|
|Pantothenic Acid||17.5 mg/kg|
|Folic Acid||0.72 mg/kg|
|Vitamin B12||0.22 mg/kg|
|Total n-3 Fatty Acids||1.12 %|
|Omega-6 FA||1.3 %|
|Linolenic Acid||0.79 %|
|EPA 20:5n3||0.01 %|
|DHA 22:6n3||0.01 %|
|EPA + DHA||0.03 %|
|Carbohydrate (NFE)||36.7 %|
Guaranteed Analysis describes the nutrient content required by AAFCO labeling standards to be identified on every product package. Since these are guarantees, pet food manufacturers work to formulate diets that meet or exceed the minimum requirements.
|Crude Protein (Min)||26.0 %|
|Crude Fat (Min)||16.0 %|
|Crude Fiber (Max)||3.0 %|
|Moisture (Max)||10.0 %|
|Vitamin E (Min)||300.0 IU/kg|
|Omega-3 Fatty Acids (Min)||0.6 %|
|Taurine (Min)||0.1 %|