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labeled for dogs safe for cats?

Discussion in 'Cat Health and Nutrition' started by automaton2, Jul 13, 2009.

  1. automaton2

    automaton2 PetForums Newbie

    Jan 28, 2009
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    My friend gave me a couple of chicken stella and chewys freeze dried

    I looked them up online they are labeled for dogs
    Stella and Chewy's FRESH from the FARM Pet Food :: all-natural frozen and freeze-dried raw petfood for dogs and cats :: Products for Dogs :: Freeze-Dried Chicken Diet

    does anyone know if they are alright to give my kitten
    heres the ingredients

    Chicken (ground with bone), chicken liver, chicken gizzard, organic cranberries, organic spinach, organic broccoli, organic beets and organic beet fiber, organic carrots, organic squash, organic apples, organic blueberries, calcium carbonate, potassium chloride, direct-fed microorganisms (Pediococcus acidilaticici, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidobacterium longum, Entercoccus faecium), magnesium oxide, vitamin E supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, biotin, potassium iodide.

    Vitamins & Minerals
    Calcium carbonate, potassium chloride, magnesium oxide, vitamin E supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, biotin, potassium iodide.

    Guaranteed Analysis crude protein... min 65%
    crude fat... min 10%
    crude fiber... max 2.0
    moisture... max 4%

    Dry Matter Analysis
    Typical minimum analysis of micronutrient content in milligrams of I.U. per kilogram of dry matter:

    Metaboliza 5637 kcal/kg
    Moisture 0%
    Protein 58.7%
    Fat 33.9%
    Carbohydrates 1.9%
    Fiber 1.2%
    Ash 4.4%
    Arginine 43.5%
    Histidine 1.6%
    Isoleucine 2.8%
    Leucine 4.2%
    Lysine 4.5%
    Methionine+Cystine 2.2%
    Phenylalanine+Tyrosine 4.1%
    Threonine 2.3%
    Tryptophan 0.62%
    Valine 2.8%

    Vitamin A 63,335 IU/kg
    Vitamin D 600 IU/kg
    Vitamin E 56 IU/kg
    Vitamin K 2.2 IU/kg
    Biotin 0.6 mg/kg
    Choline 3,005 mg/kg
    Folacin 3.3 mg/kg
    Niacin 185 mg/kg
    Pantothenic Acid 58 mg/kg
    Riboflavin 13 mg/kg
    Thiamin 3.5 mg/kg
    Pyrodoxine/B6 11.6 mg/kg
    Vitamin B12 0.09 mg/kg
    Calcium 1.5%
    Phosphorus 2.1%
    Calcium:phosphorus 1:1
    Sodium 0.33%
    Chloride 0.31%
    Potassium 1.0%
    Magnesium 0.20%
    Copper 5 mg/kg
    Iodine 1.5 mg/kg
    Iron 132 mg/kg
    Manganese 5 mg/kg
    Selenium 0.6 mg/kg
  2. Tinks magic

    Tinks magic PetForums Member

    Jan 4, 2009
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    I would say no as dogs have differant requirments to cats.

    They dont need the veg in the dog food.

    I would chuck it personally.
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