By nature, all puppies are carnivores, which means they are biologically adapted for a diet rich and varied in fresh whole meats with smaller amounts of fruit and vegetables.
What is Acana Heritage Canine Puppy and Junior?
Acana Heritage Canine Puppy and Junior puppy food is dry dog food for small to medium puppies who will be 9 – 25 kg as an adult.
Why should I buy this product?
When you buy this product, you will not be sorry as you see your little one grow into a strong, lean and fit adult. Acana Heritage Canine Puppy and Junior are richly nourishing meat inclusions that mirror your pet’s evolutionary diet; the dog food does not contain high-glycemic carbohydrates, vegetable proteins, synthetic additives or anything Mother Nature didn’t intend your dog to eat.
Which ingredients are used in Acana Heritage Canine Puppy and Junior?
Acana Heritage Canine Puppy and Junior dog food is loaded with free-range chicken, nest-laid eggs, and wild-caught flounder. The puppy food is free of grains and fast carbohydrates like rice, potato or tapioca. All Acana’s dog foods are WholePrey diets, meaning, the whole animal is used in their foods. Muscle meat, liver, kidney, tripe, bones, and cartilage. They all provide vitamins and minerals.
Zinc is the only supplement that is added to their foods. Fruits, vegetables, and botanicals are also used.
From what age can my dog eat?
Your 8-week old puppy all the way to adulthood (1 year of age) can eat Acana Heritage Canine Puppy and Junior.
What does Acana Heritage Canine Puppy and Junior contain?
- Rich in protein – Made up of 75% protein that is from an animal source.
- WholePrey – Fresh meat, organs, and cartilage deliver nutrients naturally, reducing the need for synthetic supplements
- Only one Additive – Zinc
- Freeze-dry infusion – fresh liver, freeze-dried in Champion Foods own kitchen and infused into the foods. Perfect for fussy eaters.
- Limited carbohydrates – only 30%. Grains are replaced with locally grown lentils and field peas.
- Low glycemic – Glycemic load is limited to GL 9. No fast sugars like potato, tapioca or starches
- Fruits and Vegetables – 12 fresh and local fruits and vegetables including pumping and butternut for digestive health.
- Local Botanicals – Acana botanicals are contract grown especially for Acana
What makes Acana different from other pet food companies?
Champion Petfoods is an award-winning pet food maker with a reputation of trust spanning more than a quarter century. We make Biologically Appropriate™ dog and cat foods from fresh regional ingredients, and we make them from start to finish in our very own award-winning kitchens. Our mission represents a new standard in dog and cat foods, designed to nourish them in two ways. First, according to their natural evolution to a meat-based diet. Second, using ingredients that are sustainably raised and harvested by local suppliers and delivered to our kitchens FRESH EACH DAY.
We think you’ll love ACANA. More importantly, we believe your dogs and cats will too.
What is the best way to store your Acana Heritage canine Puppy and Junior dog food?
If your food is not stored the correct way, it can spoil and make your dog sick. The fats in the food are going rancid while all the vitamins and minerals can be destroyed.
Always leave your dog food in the original packaging as this has the barcode and expiration date, in case there is a recall of the food. The bag of Acana can then be stored in an airtight container. Always store the dog food in a cool, dry place under 38 degrees Celsius. If you are storing your food in the garage, put the container on a shelf or on something that lifts it off the floor.
What are the package sizes available?
Acana Heritage Canine Puppy and Junior puppy food come in 4 bag sizes. A 340 g, a 2 kg, a 6 kg and an 11.4 kg.
Is Acana Heritage Canine Puppy and Junior recommended by Vets?
Vets do recommend Acana Heritage Canine Puppy and Junior for small to medium puppies from 8 weeks to 12 months of age.