- 1649 Kcal/lb
- 27% protein
- Bite-size kibbles
- Nutritionally complete—can be fed as the sole ration
- Extra vitamins and minerals promote increased stamina, shiny coat, and strong bones and teeth.
- Concentrated nutrition allows you to feed less than other dog foods.
Ground yellow corn, corn gluten meal, meat and bone meal, poultry by-product meal, poultry fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols and ascorbyl palmitate), natural chicken flavor, salt, potassium chloride, vitamin A acetate, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin E supplement, vitamin B12 supplement, riboflavin supplement, dl-methionine, niacin, calcium pantothenate, choline chloride, menadione sodium bisulfite complex (source of vitamin K activity), folic acid, biotin, thiamine mononitrate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, sodium selenite, calcium iodate, ferrous sulfate, manganese sulfate, zinc sulfate, copper sulfate.
Because Lone Star® Hi Pro Plus® is concentrated nutrition, you can feed less than most other dog foods. Food requirements will vary depending on your dog’s age, activity, and condition. Monitor your dog’s weight. If you notice an overweight or underweight condition, vary the amount of Hi Pro Plus accordingly. Your dog will still be getting all of the nutrition he needs. Also, be sure to provide adequate fresh water in a clean bowl for your dog every day.
Lone Star Hi Pro Plus can be fed dry or mixed with water, milk, or broth. If mixed, we suggest starting with one part liquid to four parts Hi Pro Plus. Then adjust this ratio as preferred by your dog.
PUPPIES: Start puppies on Lone Star Hi Pro Plus as early as they begin to nibble on solid foods (usually 3 to 5 weeks of age). While they continue nursing, keep moistened Hi Pro Plus available at all times until your puppies are fully weaned at 6 to 8 weeks of age. After weaning, Hi Pro Plus may be fed moist or dry. Feed pups up to 6 months of age all the Hi Pro Plus they can consume. If fed dry, Hi Pro Plus may be kept before your puppies at all times.
GESTATION AND LACTATION: Consumption will vary; therefore, feed the amount required to maintain good body condition. It may be necessary to have food available at all times.
|DOG SIZE||WEIGHT||DAILY AMOUNT*|
|Toy||3 – 12 lb||⅓ – 1⅓ cups|
|Small||13 – 20 lb||1⅓ – 2¼ cups|
|Medium||21 – 50 lb||2¼ – 4⅓ cups|
|Large||51 – 100 lb||4⅓ – 7½ cups|
|Extra Large||100+ lb||7½ cups + ¾ cup for each 10 lb of body weight over 100 lb|
*Serving size based on a standard 8-ounce measuring cup.
HAVE A VETERINARIAN VACCINATE AND DEWORM YOUNG PUPPIES. CONSULT REGULARLY FOR YOUR DOG’S HEALTH.
CAUTION: Changes in pet food should be made gradually. Pet food should be stored in a well-ventilated, dry area protected from rodents and insects. Pet food is perishable. Do not feed moldy or insect-infested pet food to animals as it may cause illness or death.
|Crude Protein, minimum||27.00||%|
|Crude Fat, minimum||10.00||%|
|Crude Fiber, maximum||4.00||%|
|Calcium (Ca), minimum||1.25||%|
|Calcium (Ca), maximum||2.00||%|
|Phosphorus (P), minimum||1.00||%|
|Vitamin A, minimum||9,000||IU/LB|
|Vitamin D3, minimum||1,000||IU/LB|
|Vitamin E, minimum||45||IU/LB|