Q&A:Dance With Wolf Pty. Ltd.-Natural Ingredients with Added Vitamins & Minerals for Your Pet's Health
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1. Where does Dance with Wolf source all of their
ingredients?
All ingredients are sourced in Australia and New Zieland.

2. Are Dance with Wolf's dry foods grain -free ?
Yes, all of our 3 formula are all grain -free.

3. Why does Dance with Wolf dry Foods have
inconsistencies in color?
Dance With Wolf is all natural and we do not use any artificial colours or flavoring. Therefore, every lot of kibble colour may very depend on natural ingredients.

4. Where does Dance with Wolf dry food made?
Our product are all made in our own dry food plant in Australia.

5. How do I switch to Dance With Wolf?
Changing dog food should be done gradually over at least a 2 week period. Puppies are usually the most susceptible to stomach upset when a dog food switch is made. For every 1 cup of food you normally feed your dog, reduce that to 3/4, Add 1/4 of Dance With Wolf into the old food. Continue this ratio for 2 to 3 days &1/2 of Dance with Wolf.

6. Can I feed just meat to my pet ?
We will not suggest that. Variety of meats as well as vegetables and fruits are needed for your pet's health. Dance With Wolf pet food has a well-balanced variety and it is design for your pet's daily intake.

7. When a pet food label says it contains "Lamb" or "chicken" , how much of the food is Lamb or chicken?
The ingredients in pet food are listed in descending order by weight from largest to smallest. For example, if chicken is the first ingredient on the label then the pet food contains more chicken than any other ingredient.

8. Can I feed cat food to my dog?
Dogs and cats each have special dietary needs and should be fed the appropriate pet food. Cats should not eat dog food because it does not provide all the essential nutrients a healthy cat needs. We suggest to choose appropriate food for your pet.

9. I heard on the news that calcium carbonate is dangerous for dogs. Is this true ?
Calcium carbonate is a common pet food ingredient and is completely safe. Calcium carbonate is an important source of calcium in pet food.

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

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