What kind of Victor Classic Dry Dog Food do you need?
Nutrient-dense recipe made with premium-quality beef, chicken and pork meals Ideal for highly active and sporting dogs Provides sustained energy to promote stamina and endurance Formulated with our scientifically advanced, proven VICTOR Core ingredients to promote healthy immune and digestive systems. Ideal for dogs with allergies to other meat proteins. Made from gluten free grains.
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VICTOR High Energy is an excellent choice for highly active dogs. With scientifically advanced and nutritionally complete ingredients, our High Energy formula promotes sustained energy and healthy immune and digestive systems to support your dog s rigorous training demands. VICTOR High Energy for Dogs is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for All Life Stages, including growth of large size dogs 70 lb. or more as an adult .CALORIE CONTENT Calculated ME 3871 kcal kg 412 kcal cup GUARANTEED ANALYSIS Crude Protein ————- 24.0 Min. , Crude Fat —————— 20.0 Min. , Crude Fiber —————– 3.8 Max. , Moisture ——————– 9.0 Max. , Linoleic Acid Omega 6 — 2.6 Min. , Linolenic Acid Omega 3 — 0.4 Min. , Zinc ——————- 150 mg kg Min. , Selenium ———— 0.35 mg kg Min. , Vitamin E ————– 150 IU kg Min. , L-Carnitine* ———– 100 mg kg Min. , *Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient ProfilesINGREDIENTS Beef Meal, Grain Sorghum, Whole Grain Millet, Chicken Fat preserved with mixed Tocopherols , Chicken Meal, Pork Meal, Dehydrated Alfalfa Meal, Yeast Culture, Blood Meal, Natural Flavor, Potassium Chloride, Carrot Powder, Tomato Pomace, Taurine, Salt, Choline Chloride, Dried Seaweed Meal, Zinc Methionine Complex, Vitamin E Supplement, Hydrolyzed Yeast, Iron Amino Acid Complex, Calcium Carbonate, Manganese Amino Acid Complex, Ferrous Sulfate, L-Carnitine, Selenium Yeast, Copper Sulfate, Niacin Supplement, Vitamin B12 Supplement, D-Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin A Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Biotin, Riboflavin Supplement, Calcium Iodate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Powdered Cellulose, Brewers Dried Yeast, Dried Enterococcus Faecium Fermentation Product, Dried Aspergillus Oryzae Fermentation Extract, Dried Trichoderma Longibrachiatum Fermentation Extract, Dried Bacillus Subtilis Fermentation Extract, Silicon Dioxide, Tetra Sodium Pyrophosphate, Vegetable Oil, Rosemary Extract, Green Tea Extract, Spearmint Extract, Lecithin, Fructooligosaccharide, Folic Acid, Yucca Schidigera ExtractFEEDING GUIDELINES Refer to Recommended Feeding Chart for Adult Dogs. Number of Cups Per Day 8 oz measuring cup 5 lbs. ——- cup 10 lbs. —— cup 15 lbs. ——1 cups 20 lbs. —— 1 cups 30 lbs. —— 2 cups 40 lbs. —— 2 cups 60 lbs. —— 3 cups 80 lbs. —— 4 cups 100 lbs. —– 4 cups Increase feeding intake by cup for every 20 lbs over 100 lbsFEEDING PUPPIES Puppies will typically start nibbling moistened dog foods at 3 to 4 weeks of age. Feed as much as the puppy will eat in 20 minutes in 4 feeding intervals spaced throughout the day. May be mixed with water, broth or milk at a ratio of 3 parts food to 1 part liquid. To ensure product freshness, do not leave moistened food out for more than 30 minutes. Puppies will be weaned from milk by 3 weeks of age. Continue to feed up to 4 times per day. Within a few months, the puppies may be transitioned to a self-feeder. After age one, feed to maintain good body condition, using the feeding chart as a guide.PREGNANCY AND NURSING Energy requirements continually change during stages of gestation and lactation and may require up to four times recommended levels of intake. Adjust amount of food provided to maintain good body condition of your female dog. TIPS ON TRANSITIONING TO VICTOR When changing from a different food to any VICTOR dog food formula, transition your dog to VICTOR over the course of one week to 10 days, gradually increasing the amount of VICTOR every few days.Keep fresh water available at all times.
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My German Shorthair is THE PICKIEST eater...I battled with her as a puppy trying to get her to choke down the Eukanuba puppy food her breeder recommended, then my handlers wanted me to try her on Royal Canin to try to get some weight on her--and she didn t like it either. I let myself be bullied into trying a couple of things at Petco before getting bawled out by my vet for succumbing to all the hype about certain foods--but mainly I just wanted her to EAT. My breeder suggested BillJac, which she sort of liked, but it is very dry and you can t wet it or it turns to pure mush. Then another German Shorthair showdog owner suggested I try Victor. It has the reputation for being a good food. It IS pricey, but it isn t available to me locally. Now I give her two cups of Victor beside two cups of Billjac in her bowl each evening. She alternates on which side of the bowl she goes after. Usually all four cups are gone by mid-day the next day, at which point we load her up again. She is MAINTAINING her weight--not gaining, but I find I have to really coddle her to get weight on her. Food just doesn t motivate her--unless it s blocks of cheese.