Force is a dog food to be reckoned with! Packed with free-range chicken and delicious produce, it's perfect for picky eaters and any hound who can't stomach gluten, grains or too many calories in one sitting.
Squeezed into every 4lb. box of Force is 6.4 lb.s free-range chicken, 1 bunch of celery, 2-1/2 de-cored apples, 6 handlfuls of green beans, 2-1/2 sweet potatoes, pumpkin, 1-1/4 potatoes, and 1 banana.
Force is made with 100% human food-grade ingredients (no animal-feed-grade ingredients are used) in a USDA-inspected facility. When you rehydrate Honest Kitchen pet foods with pure warm water, the color, taste, texture, and smell closely resembles fresh foods. They know, because they taste-test everything they make! Force is minimally processed to preserve the natural nutrients present; the food undergoes no high heat processing or extrusion, and is therefore a highly concentrated source of natural nutrition. One cup of dehydrated food hydrates to make about 1 lb. of fresh food. The shelf-life of this product prior to re-hydration is approximately 12 months.
Made in the USA. Click on the Ingredients tab on the left for a complete list of ingredients and guaranteed analysis.
Packaging: 4 lb. re-closeable box contains about 17 cups and makes about 17 lbs. of fresh food.
All Ingredients Are Dehydrated: Chicken, organic flaxseed, potatoes, celery, sweet potatoes, apples, organic kelp, honey, pumpkin, green beans, cabbage, bananas, papayas, basil, garlic, tricalcium phosphate, choline chloride, zinc amino acid chelate, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin E supplement, potassium iodide, potassium chloride, iron amino acid chelate, copper amino acid chelate, thiamine mononitrate.
One cup dehydrated food = 1 lb. of fresh food. Each cup of dehydrated food should be re-hydrated with pure, warm, filtered, or tap water in the amount directed on the package. Add the water to the food and stir well. The product will initially resemble soup. Let stand for 10 minutes minimum so the ingredients rehydrate sufficiently. Stir again and serve. Any leftovers should be refrigerated or discarded.
The following suggested daily amounts should be adjusted to suit your dog's unique nutritional requirements, which will vary according to age, breed, level of activity, and what other ingredients (if any) you are adding to the diet. We suggest dividing daily amount into two servings, one in the AM and one in the PM.
For Average Dogs
|Up to 10 lbs.||.25 - .5 cup|
|11-30 lbs.||.5 - 1 cup|
|31-50 lbs.||1 - 2 cups|
|51-70 lbs.||2 - 2.5 cups|
|71-90 lbs.||2.5 - 3 cups|
For Highly Active Dogs
|Up to 10 lbs.||.5 - 1 cup|
|11-30 lbs.||1 - 2 cups|
|31-50 lbs.||2 - 4 cups|
|51-70 lbs.||4 - 4.5 cups|
|71-90 lbs.||4.5 - 5.5 cups|