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Alnutrin for Cats or Ferrets, Small, For bone in meat grinds

$10.29

Product SKU:NUT-Alnutrin for Cats For 5lb
Shipping Weight:0.25 lbs
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Alnutrin for Meat/ Bone/Organs

(Pre-packaged 1 20g bag, measuring scoop included) 1 bag to be mixed with 5 lbs. of meat/bones/organs or use 1 level scoop per 1 lb. of meat/bones/organs.

Yields 6.8 lbs of food.

A dietary supplement designed to add all the important nutrients in one step when mixed with raw meat with bones and organs.

Simplify making food for your cat or ferret with our Alnutrin Supplements developed to add all the important nutrients in one easy step.

All ingredients in our supplements are pure food grade products without silica, magnesium stearate or other processing additives. We do not use any raw materials from China or India.

Directions for use (The directions for Alnutrin is for adding the SAME meats not mixing different proteins):

1 lb ground meat/bones/organs, 1 level scoop Alnurtin supplement, 1/4- 1/2 cup water.

2 lb ground meat/bones/organs, 2 level scoops Alnurtin supplement, 1/2- 3/4cup water.

3 lb ground meat/bones/organs, 3 level scoops Alnurtin supplement, 3/4- 1 cup water.

5 lb ground meat/bones/organs, 5 level scoops Alnurtin supplement, 1 - 2 cups of water (can be adjusted).

Mix water and supplement lightly, add ground raw meat with bones and organs (including liver).

Mix well. Divide into storage containers and freeze unused portion.

HINT: IF you are working on transitioning your cat or ferret to raw you can take the ground meat/bones/organs/supplement, put into ice cube trays and then freeze. Once frozen pop out of the trays and put in freezer bags or containers. You now have small easy to use servings.

Ingredients: Egg yolk powder, taurine, sodium chloride, potassium chloride, vitamin E, iron amino acid chelate, copper amino acid chelate, manganese amino acid chelate, zinc oxide, potassium iodide, vitamin D3, folic acid, vitamin B12, thiamine hydrochloride.

Contains no preservatives, sugar, yeast, starch, artificial flavors or colors.

Shelf life of frozen product mixed with supplements: The freezing process itself does not destroy nutrients. There is almost no change in nutrient values during freezer storage. However, prolonged freezing could affect the quality (odor, taste, water retention) of the diet. Taurine is water soluble and defrosting meat will release some water, so the actual meat might end up with a little bit less taurine when thawed. But this loss of taurine is not caused by freezing but water release with some taurine dissolved in it. In case of homemade cat food, if this released water is mixed back into the diet you should end up with the same amount of taurine you had before freezing.

For use in cats or ferrets only. Keep out of reach of animals and children. Store in a refrigerator.

Warning: This supplement should not be used in combination with any other supplementation, except salmon or sardine/anchovy oil. It is not a typical vitamin supplement for your cat. Please do not feed it to your cat without incorporating it into a homemade diet according to our directions. Do not add it to commercial cat food. In case of accidental overdose, contact a veterinarian immediately.

Manufactured by: Alternative Nutrition LLC 2820 North Pinal Avenue, Suite 12-150 Casa Grande, AZ 85122

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    Homemade food for the win

By Jessica on April 7, 2019

It's so wonderful being able to make your own food at home! You have complete control over what your animal friend consumes, and you don't have to worry about him/her not getting the right amount of vitamins/minerals. The powder dissolves very easily in water and mixes well with the ground meat. Thanks so much Hare Today for providing this supplement and for your detailed instructions!


    kitty approved

By tioga2go on October 19, 2015

using Alnutrin is the easiest way I've found, to guarantee my cat is getting what she needs to thrive. She seems to like the taste and I like the fact that my Vet says her lab work is normal.


    Feeding cats raw made easy...

By Jennifer on September 23, 2015

I've read several websites with great recipes for mixing homemade raw diets for cats; however, some are more convoluted and require the addition of taurine, various vitamins and minerals. Last order I tried a few different ground meat/bones/organs and added the Alnutrin to ensure the cat food has the required supplementation. Super easy! And I feel good knowing my babies are getting exactly what they need. Definitely recommend it.


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