Kent Pet Foods

Kent Pet Foods

When two of the biggest bird conservation organizations take on a dog food for a national sponsor, you can be fairly sure they didn't make that kind of decision lightly. So when Pheasants Forever and Quail Unlimited made the decision to partner with Kent's Native dog food, people sat up and took a look at this line of performance dog feeds. Without using wheat, soy, or corn, without by-products and chemical preservatives, Kent's four Native formulas are geared to move your dog through progressive levels of training stress and their resulting energy needs without upsetting his gut.

Start with Level 1, a lamb-fish-rice mix with a protein:fat ratio of 24:14 when beginning a regular exercise program. Move on to Level 2's 26:16 when you begin the, say, stressful training of force-fetching or "whoa" work. Running long triple mark drills? You'll want to step up to Level 3's 30:20 mix, and during hunting and trialing season, then move on one more time to Level 4's 35:25 blend. Your dog is sure to thank you for this kind of careful feeding to meet his needs by delivering stellar performance every time you drop him off the truck.


Contact: Kent Pet Foods; (866) 647-1212; www.kentpetfoods.com



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