Please note that all foods are assigned to only one "Specialty" category. Therefore, some foods also appropriate for adult pets, or other life stages, may be found within the “Sensitive” category.
California Natural Grain Free formulas feature short, carefully crafted ingredient lists, intentionally avoiding grains that may cause sensitivities in some pets. Our formulas offer unique protein and carbohydrate combinations that aren’t commonly found in other diets—and we never add gluten or white potatoes. With valuable levels of fatty acids for healthy skin and coat, you can trust our grain free line to provide the nutritional solution that’s right for your pet.
Complete nutrition from just a few ingredients—it’s that simple.
Limited Ingredient Formula WITHOUT Grains
Made with only simple, nutrient-rich ingredients, we intentionally avoid grains, which may cause sensitivities in some pets.
Formulated with High-Quality Animal Protein: Lamb Meal
Easily digestible lamb meal is rich in essential minerals, calcium and copper.
Healthy Alternative Carbohydrates
Peas, a nutritious replacement for grains, provide an excellent source of complex carbohydrates and fiber.
Sunflower Oil Nurtures Skin & Coat
Pure and natural source of important omega-6 fatty acids to help nourish skin and coat.
California Natural Grain Free Lamb Meal Formula Adult Dog Food is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the California Natural Grain Free Lamb Meal Formula Adult dog food is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO (Association of American Feed Control Officials) Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for maintenance.
California Natural Grain Free Lamb Meal Formula Adult Dog Food is available in 5-lb., 15-lb., or 30-lb. packages.
Kibble shown for shape and texture.
Approximate size is 1/2" per kibble.
Commonly referred to as Typical Nutrient Analysis (NA), this describes the nutrient content that a specific pet food formula is expected to achieve based on data from the formula database, or in some cases, from an actual laboratory assay. The goal in posting the Typical NA is to provide nutritionists and veterinarians with information that can aid in the treatment of clinical problems such as a cat with struvite or in working with overly obese dogs to prescribe feeding amounts and diet choice for the animal's success.
|Crude Protein||34.2 %|
|Crude Fat||16.3 %|
|Crude Fiber||3.6 %|
|Linoleic Acid||1.5 %|
|Arachidonic Acid||0.05 %|
|Vitamin A||20,700.0 IU/kg|
|Vitamin D||1,840.0 IU/kg|
|Vitamin E||509.0 IU/kg|
|Pantothenic Acid||32.7 mg/kg|
|Folic Acid||1.33 mg/kg|
|Vitamin B12||0.162 mg/kg|
|Total n-3 Fatty Acids||0.3 %|
|Omega-6 FA||1.51 %|
|Linolenic Acid||0.16 %|
|EPA 20:5n3||0.05 %|
|DHA 22:6n3||0.05 %|
|EPA + DHA||0.1 %|
|Carbohydrate (NFE)||33.42 %|
Guaranteed Analysis describes the nutrient content required by AAFCO labeling standards to be identified on every product package. Since these are guarantees, pet food manufacturers work to formulate diets that meet or exceed the minimum requirements.
|Copper (Min)||10.0 mg/kg|
|Vitamin E (Min)||300.0 IU/kg|
|Taurine (Min)||0.1 %|
|Crude Protein (Min)||21.0 %|
|Crude Fat (Min)||11.0 %|
|Crude Fiber (Max)||4.5 %|
|Moisture (Max)||10.0 %|
|Linoleic Acid (Min)||1.1 %|
|Calcium (Min)||1.0 %|