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Healthy Chunky Chicken & Squash Dog Food - 1/2 Kilo
Healthy Chunky Chicken & Squash Dog Food - 1/2 Kilo
Healthy Chunky Chicken & Squash Dog Food - 1/2 Kilo

Healthy Chunky Chicken & Squash Dog Food - 1/2 Kilo

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Now with added sweet potato! 

What made BidaBest Pet's Chunky Chicken & Squash a healthy meal for your dog?

  • No Preservatives
  • All Fresh Meat 
  • All Fresh Vegetables
  • Homemade - not processed
  • Made and served in the Philippines

Check out the vitamins and minerals that your dog can gain from this meal below!

How long does it last? 

  • Please Keep in freezer (up to 3 months) until use.
  • Once defrosted, keep refrigerated and use within 5 Days.

How to prepare the food?

Preparing our food is very easy! Just follow these steps:

  1. Defrost at room temperature or over night in the refrigerator
  2. Serve pet food at room temperature or chilled.

Heating the food is not recommended.


  • Keep frozen
  • Defrost when ready to feed

Keep Refrigerated
Use within 5 days

INGREDIENTS: CHICKEN, SQUASH - Highly nutritious and beneficial for dogs!

Vitamins+Minerals: Calcium: 0.21%, Phosphorus 0.2%

Taurine, Vit E, Vit B1, Vit B2, B3, B6, B7, B9 Vit B12
Omega 3, Manganese, Arginine, Zinc, Vit C, Vit A, Vit D3

Guaranteed analysis: Total Calories: 141 kcal/100g

Carbs: 3 kcal/100g Fat: 89 kcal/100g Protein: 49 Kcal/100g
Crude Protein: 12% Crude Fat: 10% Moisture: 75%

Suggested feeding amounts for Dogs:

 Weight of Dog Amount to Feed
2-4 kilos 125-200 grams per day
5-9 kilos 180-250 grams per day
10-20 kilos 250-500 Grams per day
20-30 kilos 500-750 Grams per day
30-50 kilos 750-1000 Grams per day


Depending on the age, activity level, and condition of your dog, the feeding guidelines will need to be adjusted.

For Pregnant or Lactating Females - feed two to three times the normal adult requirement.

For Puppies - feed up to twice the normal adult requirement from four to fourteen months of age in two to three feedings.

When Switching Foods - gradually increase the new food and decrease the previous food to help make a smooth transition.

Visit your veterinarian regularly to maintain your pet's health and always provide fresh water.

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