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That is great news. I would be happy to try and answer any questions folks might have about our food or anything else food or vet related, if you wish.
We have worked hard to make a food that is geared towards the metabolic needs of the pet, not the demographic of people that food might be sold to as most of the other foods seem to be these days. So far, it has worked out very well.
Our company has been around for over 8 years and we do come from the working dog arena. I have been a vet for 24 years now in a small animal practice and saw the need for a quality food like this, not only for sporting dogs but everyday dogs, too. Working as a race vet for numerous times at the Iditarod and having a kennel of dogs of my own that we raced, the foods were developed by actual seeing firsthand the effects of ingredients on my own dogs, what worked,what did not. Took the formulas that were developed in my garage and then took it to a plant. There the fun began again.
6 plants later we did find the quality control, consistent production and honesty we had thoght we could easily find but it took some efforts. That was a learning curve that taught me a lot.
High levels of animal proteins only from North America;the actual protein make up is highly animal based such as Momentum is 94% animal protein in the protein makeup and our overall average of animal proteins is 87% in all formulas. Vitamins made specifically for us in USA and Ireland, digestability of 95% of the carbs, high level of omega 3 fatty acids from cold water fish, less to feed because of the nutrient density and less to clean up in the yard are some of the reasons why our food allows the dog to thrive so well.
Thought a brief overview may be helpful.
Last edited by tim hunt; 02-16-2013 at 10:23 AM.