Oct. 1, 2016
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*Momentum Premium All Natural Dog Food was selected as the recipe for this ingredient list
We give Dr. Tim’s Dog Food a high rating for its high levels of protein, healthy fats, and nutritious supplements. Dr. Tim makes three different formulas: Momentum, Pursuit, and Kinesis. The Momentum and Pursuit formulas are for active dogs, and they are designed to increase stamina and endurance. The Kinesis formula is for dogs of all stages of life and all energy levels. Each of the formulas list chicken meal as the first ingredient. This is a highly concentrated meat that packs a great deal of protein.
Other ingredients include rice flour for gluten-free source of fiber, chicken fat for Omega-6 essential fatty acids, herring meal for additional protein, and flaxseed oil and salmon oil for Omega-3 fatty acids. We also like the fact that the formulas contain probiotics for gastrointestinal health. Furthermore, there are no corn or soy products in the food, as these can cause allergies in some dogs. Overall, this is a wholesome, balanced dog food that is high in protein and low in grains.
It is very hard to find a bad review of Dr. Tim’s Dog Food. People love the fact that this is a high-protein food with no corn or soy products. Dog owners find that dogs with sensitive stomachs can eat this food with no problems, and that their pet’s stools seem more solid and less odorous after switching to this brand. Dogs seem to like the smell and flavor of the food, and the small pieces of kibble are easy to chew and digest.
Many dog owners like the fact that Dr. Tim has removed menadione from the formulas, as this is a controversial synthetic form of Vitamin K that is believed to cause kidney problems in dogs. People also like the fact that Dr. Tim takes the time to respond to customer comments and does his best to answer any questions customers may have about the products. The only negative thing that people have to say about this food is that it is not widely available in some areas.
Dr. Tim’s dog food may not be a well-known dog food brand, but it’s certainly been making a buzz among dog owners. Dr. Tim’s dog food is marketed as being “Premium, All-Natural Dog Food”, and people agree. Dog owners are big fans of Dr. Tim’s Dog Food, with some people even spending more than they budgeted for dog food and going out of their way to get it.
The company who makes Dr. Tim’s dog food is called Dr. Tim’s Pet Food Company. The headquarters of Dr. Tim’s Pet Food Company are currently located in Marquette, Michigan. Dr. Tim, aside from making dog food, is also a veterinarian and a musher who owns Alaskan Huskies. Besides dog food formulas, Dr. Tim’s also sells massage balm for working dogs, a de-worming treatment and an immune booster formula for dogs.
As of right now, Dr. Tim’s dog food has not been involved in any recent pet food recalls, and is not listed on the FDA’s pet food recall website. However, in order to protect your dog’s health, it’s always recommended that you check the FDA’s recall website in order to ensure that your dog’s food has not been involved in a recent recall.
The first ingredient in all of Dr. Tim’s dog food formulas is low ash chicken meal. The word “ash” denotes the amount of bone that is ground up and included in the chicken meal, so “low ash” chicken meal is basically made of more meat, and less bone. The carbohydrate sources in Dr. Tim’s dog food are commonly from rice flour, oat flour and barley. Dr. Tim’s dog food does contain Vitamin K, which is a controversial ingredient among some pet nutritional experts. There are no artificial colors, artificial flavors or chemical preservatives in Dr. Tim’s dog food formulas.
There are no significant ingredients in Dr. Tim’s dog food formulas that are known to commonly cause allergic reactions in dogs. However, since the protein in Dr. Tim’s dog food comes mainly from chicken, you should avoid these formulas if your dog has a chicken-specific dog food allergy.
Where can I buy Dr. Tim’s?
You may be wondering, “Where can I buy Dr. Tim’s Dog Food?”. To assist you, this is the link http://drtims.com/distributors/ to find stores to purchase Dr. Tim’s dog food. You can also order it online at drtims.com.
How much Dr. Tim’s should I feed my dog?
A common question that many pet owners have, is “How much Dr. Tim’s dog food should I feed my dog?”. Since the answer is dependent on several factors (such as your dog’s age, weight, activity level, etc) always follow the specific instructions on your formula’s packaging.
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Dr. Tims Dog Food Ingredient List
Chicken meal, brown rice flour, chicken fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols (a natural source of vitamin E) and citric acid), herring meal, dried beet pulp, dried whole egg, flax seed meal, dried chicken liver, salmon oil, porcine plasma, lecithin, natural flavor, potassium chloride, calcium carbonate, salt, yucca shidigera extract, dried chicory root (fructooligosaccharides), dried Enterococcus faecium fermentation product, dried Saccharomyces cerevisiae fermentation product, dried Lactobacillus acidophilus fermentation product, DL-methionine (essential amino acid), psyllium seed husk, choline, dried organic kelp meal, L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate (stabilized ascorbic acid), L-lysine, taurine, vitamin E supplement, zinc sulfate, zinc proteinate, beta carotene, ferrous sulfate, ascorbic acid (source of vitamin C), manganese sulfate, inositol, niacin supplement, iron proteinate, manganese proteinate, zinc oxide, biotin, thiamine mononitrate (source of vitamin B1), copper sulfate, pyridoxine hydrochloride (source of vitamin B6), copper proteinate, vitamin A supplement, riboflavin supplement (source of vitamin B2), calcium pantothenate, potassium iodide (source of iodine), manganous oxide, selenium, calcium iodate, vitamin B12 supplement, sodium selenite, vitamin D3 supplement, folic acid, L-carnitine, rosemary extract.