Australian meat is our #1 Ingredient to deliver quality protein for lean muscle maintenance. Our wet foods are tailored to be grain free and deliver a high meat content that kittens love which delivers nutrition essential for their growth and development.
Superfoods including Blueberries and Pumpkin are added as a source of antioxidants, and fish oil and flaxseed oil deliver Omega 3 & 6 to help support healthy skin & coat.
Not only does Ivory Coat taste delicious, it contains NO added wheat, corn, rice or soy, and is formulated with no added artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. We use only quality ingredients for a great tasting, digestible and nutritious meal.
- Provides essential hydration
- Low calorie density for healthy weight management
- High quality protein for lean muscle maintenance
- Omega 3 & 6 for healthy skin and coat
- Superfoods source of antioxidants
- No added artificial colours, flavours or preservatives
- Meets the AAFCO nutritional guidelines for growth
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Introducing any new food to your dog should be done gradually, so as to avoid the risk of any stomach upsets. If you’re introducing a new type of food, or variety, we recommend doing it over the course of a week. As per the diagram below, start by substituting your dog’s current food with just 25% of the new Ivory Coat food you’re introducing. To ensure you’re feeding your dog the correct amount overall, be careful to substitute 25% of the recommended portion size that’s included on each pack - don’t just fill up the remaining space. Over the course of the week, provided your dog adjusts well, you can then increase the percentage of the new food, so it eventually replaces the previous option entirely.
You can feed your pet one or two meals a day with our foods. If feeding twice daily, be sure to split the daily feeding amount in half for each meal. Feeding more than once a day may help to prevent bloat and aid in better digestion.
Yes, all of our foods meet the Australian standards and those of the AAFCO – could expand to Yes, all of our foods meet the Australian standard and nutrition guidelines of the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO).