A generous portion of shredded chicken cooked in chicken broth with potatoes, carrots, and beans. There are no artificial or industrial preservatives, corn, ethoxyquin or by-products included. All of these natural recipes are hand-crafted to compliment one another, so Fromm encourages you to switch between Four-Star varieties as often as you would like and even to mix dry and canned recipes.
Fromm schedules their production around the delivery of their fresh ingredients. Their recipes contain only USDA-inspected ingredients prepared at USDA-inspected plants in the Midwest, including their own dry food and treat plant. Every delivery of raw ingredients is thoroughly inspected by their team of quality control experts.
Since 1904, the Fromm Family of Wisconsin has maintained a tradition of quiet innovation dedicated to the health and nutrition of animals. In the 1930's, the Fromm Family introduced the first canine distemper vaccine. In 1949, they introduced the concept of premium pet food to the public. President and head chef, Tom Nieman, is a 4th generation family member and was the understudy of the late Dr. Willard Roberts, PhD. Recognized as the father of modern pet foods, Dr. Roberts pioneered the process of producing the dry, granular food that is so popular today. As the country's first and oldest premium pet food company, Fromm has earned the reputation as an industry leader, producing only the highest grade pet foods with the finest natural ingredients.
If you asked a four-star restaurant to prepare a fine meal for your dog, they might come up with a recipe as good as this one. Fromm Four-Star Nutritionals offer the highest inclusion levels of fresh meat, fruit and vegetables of any dog food on the market. And it is prepared in a manner befitting a fine, four-star restaurant.
Chicken Broth, Chicken, Potatoes, Carrots, Green Beans, Peas, Pinto Beans, Kidney Beans, White Beans, Salmon Oil, Tomato Paste, Dicalcium Phosphate, Salt, Potassium Chloride, Minerals, Xanthan Gum, Vitamins.
Many factors including age, breed, activity level, and individual metabolism contribute to the need for adjusting portion sizes. Two to four times more food may be required for puppies, gestating dogs, and nursing dogs. Spayed or neutered dogs may require up to 25% less food.
Determining the correct amount of food for your pet depends upon your evaluation of your pet's overall performance on the amount of food consumed along with any other food or treats given.
If feeding canned food only, the average dog requires ¾ oz for each pound of body weight, best fed twice a day.