Turkey, Rice and Sweet Potato Freeze-Dried bland diet is a convenient formula that is specially designed to help soothe your pet’s digestive tract and support healthy hydration levels during times of upset.
Finally, there is a convenient and healthy bland diet option without all the prep! This turkey, rice and sweet potato formula will help to sooth your dog’s tummy until healthy digestion is restored, or for as long as your veterinarian recommends. With a 3-year shelf life, you can always be prepared, and with our simple and natural ingredients, you can feel good about what you are serving your dog! Our freeze-dried formula is enhanced with powerful electrolytes to boost hydration and energy. Made with human grade, cage free turkey, raised without antibiotics or hormones. 100% sourced and manufactured in the USA, with no meat by-products, gluten, artificial flavors, dyes or chemicals.
Always be prepared, keep a bland diet on hand for when:
- Your pet eats something they shouldn’t have
- Transitioning to a new diet or food
- There is a significant change, like moving homes or a new fur friend
- Traveling long distances
- Using new medications (Antibiotics)
- They have a sensitive stomach
- Their digestive tracts are upset or need a rest
Manufactured in Vermont, this formula contains no meat by-products, gluten, artificial flavors, dyes or chemicals. Just the best for your dog!
Directions for Use
Rehydrate freeze-dried ingredients before feeding to dogs.
Shake bag to mix. Place dried mixture into a bowl and add boiling water in equal amounts. Stir, cover and let stand for 15-20 minutes until completely cool before serving. Dried mixture will double in volume with rehydration.
Continue to feed to your dog until healthy digestion is restored, or for as long as your veterinarian recommends. Then gradually wean your dog back to its regular diet.
White Rice, Freeze Dried Turkey Breast, Sweet Potato, Glycine, Sodium Chloride, Potassium Chloride
Store in cool, dry place. Refrigerate after opening. For animal use only. Intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.