Flint River Ranch Senior Lite PLUS Dog Food
The Flint River Ranch Senior
PLUS lite dog food formula is an all natural, oven-baked ultra premium gourmet health food for inactive, overweight, or older dogs
that contains lower fat
(1/3 less) and fewer calories
(1/3 fewer) than our original premium dog food
The FRR Senior lite dog food formula bakes in essential vitamins and chelated minerals, and is 100% nutritionally complete and balanced for the inactive mature pet according to AAFCO Nutrient profiles for dog foods. And as with other Flint River Ranch premium pet foods, what really separates the Senior Kibble from other pet foods is what you won't find in it — No Ethoxyquin, No BHA, No BHT, No Artificial Colors or Flavors, and No By-Products.
Our Flint River Ranch Senior Lite formula has now become our Senior Lite PLUS formula with the addition of Glucosamine and Chondroitin Sulfate supplements for helping manage arthritis and joint-related pain. Even better, these joint health supplements are included at no extra charge!
We're such strong believers in Flint River Ranch premium pet foods that we encourage you to give your best friend(s) the Flint River Ranch Taste Test
— let your dogs show you which food they prefer, and then take comfort in knowing you'll be feeding them the absolute best in nutrition and taste
and, through A+ Flint River Ranch
, at the best possible price
The Flint River Ranch Senior Lite Dog Food reduced fat, reduced calorie formula has been scientifically developed for older or less active dogs and is a natural, healthy and holistic way to feed your dog as part of a complete care program supervised by your veterinarian. The formula is suitable for adult dogs of all breeds, including small, medium, large and giant dog breeds.
Wheat Flour, Ground Rice, Chicken Meal, Ground Whole Wheat, Oatmeal, Chicken Fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols
- healthy antioxidants - and ascorbic acid), Oat Bran, Lamb Meal, dried whole egg, fish meal, brewer's dried yeast, wheat germ meal, lecithin, dried kelp, dehydrated alfalfa meal, salt, potassium chloride, monosodium phosphate, choline chloride, ferrous sulfate, dl-Alpha tocopherol
acetate (source of Vitamin E), zinc oxide, sodium selenite, manganous oxide, riboflavin supplement (Vitamin B2), copper sulfate, amino acid chelates of zinc, iron, manganese, copper, cobalt, niacin, ascorbic acid (source of Vitamin C), Vitamin B12 supplement, Vitamin A supplement, calcium pantothenate, D-Biotin supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), calcium iodate, thiamine mononitrate, folic acid, and Vitamin D3 supplement.
Formulated to meet and exceed the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profile
for Mature or Inactive Adult Dogs
Guaranteed Free of Animal By-Products, BHT, BHA and Ethoxyquin
Because Flint River Ranch premium dog food formulas are nutrient-dense, you should feed 20%-25% less than regular dog foods
. Each serving delivers maximum nutrition without unnecessary fillers
, so you'll also notice a lower stool volume and less clean-up.
It's best to introduce Flint River Ranch Super Premium foods by mixing with your dog's current food and increasing the amount of Flint River Ranch over several days. It will take time for your dog to adjust to the rich, easy to digest, all natural quality. A sudden change in any food source may be a shock to your dog's digestive system. You may notice loose stool. If so, reduce the amount being fed until your dog adjusts.
Feed your dog once or twice a day unless the breed is prone to bloating or excessive weight gain
), in which case we recommend feeding three smaller meals throughout the day. Food requirements vary depending on climate, breed of dog and exercise activity. Feed an amount that will maintain your dog's weight, and make sure to always have fresh water available.
Crude Protein (Min.)
Crude Fat (Min.)
Crude Fiber (Max.)
Caloric Density (KCAL/Cup)
¾ to 1¾ cups per day
1¾ to 3 cups per day
3 to 4 cups per day
4 to 5½ cups per day
5½+ cups per day
Split portion size into 1-3 meals a day
Puppies can generally be free-fed their first year