Dog Recipes

Frozen Kidney Support Recipe


Developed by veterinarian Dr. Kim Freeman, this highly digestible and tasty diet is moderate in protein and low in phosphorus. If your dog has severe kidney issues, please consult your veterinarian as our formula may have too much protein and require an added binder like Rx Vitamins Phos-Bind.   

The basic proteins are beef, chicken breast, and egg whites (there’s no ground bone or organ meat, to reduce phosphorus). We’ve increased the percentage of veggies with a mix that emphasizes a good balance of nutrients—particularly B vitamins and arginine, which both directly support kidney function. We use barley as a grain for its effects in traditional Chinese medicine—for example, draining unhealthy “dampness” and supporting the Yin side of the body that is often deficient in kidney disease.

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Organic Beef, Organic Sprouted Barley, Organic Sweet Potato, Organic Chicken Breast, Organic Egg White, Organic Carrots, Organic Broccoli, Organic Kale, Organic Beets, Calcium Magnesium Carbonate, Organic Black Sesame Seeds, Organic Nutritional Yeast, Organic Beef Liver, Cod Liver Oil, Kelp, Vitamin E, Zinc Chelate, Manganese Chelate, Copper Chelate

Crude Protein (min) 9.0% Crude Fat (min) 3.2% Crude Fiber (max) 1.2% Moisture (max) 73.6%

Recipes are best when used within 6 months of production date. Thaw before feeding. Thaw in your refrigerator. Serve within 5 days. Wash hands, serving utensils, surfaces and bowls thoroughly. Keep all food products, bowls and utensils away from children.

Thaw the food in the refrigerator before feeding. Scoop it into the bowl—we recommend stainless steel or ceramic. Pour some warm water or broth over it to bring it to room temperature. And watch your pet dive in while helping to save the planet. 

This recipe can be used as a maintenance recipe and is most effective in collaboration with your veterinarian for any specialized modifications. Click here for instructions on how much to feed. 

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