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Duck Dog Food: Limited Ingredient Diet Duck Entrée for Dogs

Duck Dog Food: Limited Ingredient Diet Duck Entrée for Dogs

This duck dog food is ideal for extreme food sensitivities, sensitive stomachs, and digestive issues.
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Duck Dog Food: Limited Ingredient Diet Duck Entrée for Dogs

This duck dog food is ideal for extreme food sensitivities, sensitive stomachs, and digestive issues.

Help your pet thrive with KOHA Limited Ingredient Diet Duck Entrée for Dogs. With only one meat per recipe, our duck dog food is the best choice for extreme food sensitivities, digestive issues, or sensitive stomachs. There are no junky fillers such as potatoes, wheat, corn, soy, or carrageenan that can lead to digestive issues.

This duck dog food recipe includes the beneficial ingredients of pumpkin for healthy digestion and New Zealand green mussels to support joint health.  Limited Ingredient Diet Duck Entrée formula has a loaf (paté) texture, a delicious taste that dogs love, and is easy to digest, making stomachs happy and tails wag.

  • Single Meat - 90% Duck Exclusive of Water
  • High Protein
  • Easy To Digest
  • No Junky Fillers or Preservatives
  • New Zealand Green Mussel Promotes Joint Health
  • Pumpkin Supports Digestion
Feed as a complete and balanced protein-rich meal or as a tasty topper.

KOHA LIMITED INGREDIENT DIET DUCK ENTRÉE WITH PEAR is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles For Maintenance. Made in Canada.

KOHA's Duck Dog Food Ingredients


Duck, Water Sufficient For Processing, Ground Flaxseed, Pear, Agar Agar, New Zealand Green Mussel, Potassium Chloride, Pumpkin, Salt, Taurine, Choline Chloride, Zinc Proteinate, Iron Proteinate, Magnesium Sulfate, Vitamin E Supplement, Copper Proteinate, Manganese Proteinate, Sodium Selenite, Thiamine Mononitrate, Cobalt Proteinate, Niacin Supplement, d-Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin A Supplement, Riboflavin Supplement, Biotin, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Potassium Iodide, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid.

Guaranteed Analysis:

 Crude Protein (Min.) 8.0%    Crude Fat (Min.) 10.0%    Crude Fiber (Max.) 1.0%   Moisture (Max.) 78.0%

Calorie Content: (ME Calculated):

1431 Kcal/Kg, 528 Kcal/13 oz Can

Duck Dog Food Entrée Feeding Instructions

Amount of food your dog requires will depend on activity, age, environment and breed. Feed at room temperature and refrigerate unused portion. Always provide access to clean fresh water. ADULT: Feed 1 - 1 3/4 cans per 15 lbs. of body weight per day.


Is duck dog food good for dogs?+

Duck is a great source of protein, which dogs need for growth, development, and energy levels. This novel protein is also rich in amino acids, which can help strengthen the immune system, and Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids are good for heart, skin, and fur health.

Dogs tend to tolerate duck better, reducing symptoms such as skin irritations, digestive issues, and excessive shedding. Additionally, duck is rich in iron, providing dogs with a lean, easy-to-digest protein source. 

Choosing a novel protein like duck might benefit dogs with sensitive stomachs, allergies, and intestinal diseases like IBS or IBD

Is duck better than beef for dogs?+

Duck meat can be a better option than beef for certain dogs, especially those suffering from food allergies or sensitivities. As a novel protein, duck is less likely to cause allergic reactions in dogs than common meats like beef.

However, beef can also be a great source of important nutrients such as zinc and Vitamin B. Ultimately, whether duck or beef is better will depend on your dog's specific dietary needs and preferences.

Consult your vet before making any major changes to your dog's diet. 

Is duck dog food better than chicken for dogs? +

The choice between duck and chicken food largely depends on your dog's needs. Both duck and chicken are high-quality sources of protein that can provide the essential nutrients your dog needs. 

Chicken is a more common protein, but some dogs may develop allergies or intolerance if fed too often. Duck is a novel protein, and a good alternative for dogs with food sensitivities to chicken. 

Consult with your vet to see what protein option works best for your dog. 

Why is duck good for dogs with allergies? +

Duck meat is a hypoallergenic food choice, a lean and easy-to-digest protein source for dogs. Some dogs can develop allergies to proteins they've been exposed to regularly, such as beef or chicken. Introducing a novel protein like a duck can help regulate these allergic reactions as it is less likely that your dog has been exposed to it and developed an allergy. 

Duck is rich in amino acids, antioxidants, and iron and low in fat, which is great for weight management.

What are duck dog food recipes?+

Duck dog food recipes, like the name suggests, are types of dog food that use duck as the main protein. Duck dog food can be made with many different ingredients and in different methods, such as wet or dry food. Take time to research recipes because they might include fillers and preservatives that can irritate your dog’s stomach. Look for a recipe with high protein levels that actually has duck as one of the first ingredients.

Duck dog food wet vs duck dog food dry+

Wet or canned dog food, whether duck or any other protein, might be more suitable for dogs with sensitive stomachs because it has more moisture than dry dog food. Wet food also has higher meat content, making it easier to digest, which is great food for dogs of all ages, especially puppies and older dogs. However, wet or canned dog food has a short life span once the can has been opened.

On the other hand, dry dog food can be an easier option if you choose to free feed your dog; it’s good for dogs that nibble on their food throughout the day. It also has a longer shelf life once opened.

Still, dry dog food is not as easy to digest as wet dog food, and doesn’t provide as much hydration. It can also lack flavor, so dogs that are picky eaters might not respond well to dry food.

Both forms of dog food have their advantages and disadvantages, you need to pay attention to your pet’s preferences or consult with a vet before making a decision. 

Is there grain-free duck dog food? +

Yes! There are dog food brands that make grain-free duck food recipes for dogs. 

In fact, KOHA Limited Ingredient Diet Entrée is both grain and potato-free! We have a variety of wet dog recipes that exclude junky fillers. Our food is made with the best ingredients so that your four-legged friend is happy and healthy. 

What is the best duck dog food?+

KOHA offers dog owners the perfect duck wet dog food recipe for dogs. Our recipe is for dogs that suffer from food sensitivities, sensitive stomachs, and digestive issues. It has 90% duck, exclusive of water, and doesn’t contain any: 

  • Grains
  • Potatoes
  • Wheat
  • Corn
  • Soy
  • Carrageenan

Our Limited Ingredient Diet Duck Entrée aids in digestion and joint health with ingredients like pumpkin and New Zealand green mussels. This recipe also provides your dog with essentials like iron, taurine, vitamin A, flaxseed, and more.

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