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Canidae Grain Free Pure dog and cat food

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Phone: +1.909.599.5190

Location

Canidae Natural Pet Foods Company
PO Box 3610
San Luis Obispo CA 93403
United States

Canidae offers Grain Free Pure dog and cat food, a premium petfood line good even for pets with food sensitivities and allergies. On average, one cup of Pure petfood contains more than 41 grams of protein, according to the company. Formulas include fresh fish or meat as the first ingredient, whole foods such as sweet potatoes, peas and chickpeas, and seven to ten ingredients total. Pure dog food is available in\nfive formulas: Foundations, Elements, Land, Sky and Sea. Pure cat food is available in four formulas: Elements, Sea, Stream and Ocean\nIndoor.", "Canidae Grain Free Pure includes the brand’s\nHealthPLUS Solutions, applied to every kibble\nafter cooking. This trio includes live probiotics to support healthy\ndigestion, antioxidants to help maintain a healthy immune system, and omegas 6 and 3 for healthy skin and coat.", " The Grain Free Pure line is also\navailable in treats. The Heaven line for dogs comes in three formulas: grain-free biscuits with salmon and sweet potato, grain-free biscuits with duck and\nchickpeas and grain-free bison with butternut squash. Taste, the cat\ntreat line, is available in four formulas: grain-free treats with fresh\nchicken, grain-free treats with fresh salmon, grain-free treats with fresh\ntrout and grain-free treats with fresh duck.

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May 2015

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