Canada-based Buddy's Kitchen has created a fresh prescription petfood diet, FreshRx, which can only be found in veterinarians' offices in Ontario, Canada.
is a fresh, frozen food for pets, and contains no meat meals, artificial
preservatives, by-products, grain, corn, wheat, soy or gluten, according to the company. FreshRx is a low-carbohydrate, protein-based diet with recipes containing 70% fresh,
Canadian, human-grade cuts of beef, chicken or salmon. Buddy's Kitchen gently cooks the meats while maintaining the integrity of
nutrients within the meats. After the meats have cooled, the company adds legumes, fruits and vegetables that are locally sourced in Ontario,
as well as a proprietary blend of vitamins, minerals, prebiotics and probiotics
to ensure the needs of today’s modern dog are met.
FreshRx is a balanced
maintenance diet, but FreshRx can also be used as a supplement over a
preferred kibble diet, to add nutrients, variety and increased palatability, says Buddy's Kitchen.
comes packaged into 4.5-oz nutrient dense patties that are frozen to preserve their natural freshness. The thaw and serve patties come individually wrapped,
and are sold in bags of 12 patties.
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