What’s Up, Doc? Rabbit
About this Product
Low Fat but high flavour recipe! Great option for dogs with pancreatitis, GI issues, or common protein allergies. Your dog will feel so great from eating our rabbit recipe they will hop into the vet’s office barking “What’s Up, Doc?“
Contains maximum of 29 g of fat per 1000 kCal of Metabolizable Energy. This is within the veterinary nutrition determined fat threshold for dogs suffering from pancreatitis. If your dog needs very low fat, please consider Kangaroo or Turkey Dinner, both of which are even lower fat.
Warning: although the rabbit is triple ground and bones are removed, trace amounts of digestible bone may be present due to the small size of rabbit bones. If this is of a concern for your dog, please do not order this recipe.
- high in antioxidants (disease-fighting compounds) and healthy fibre
- good source of B-complex vitamins such as riboflavin, thiamin, and pyridoxine
- chocked full of antioxidants, vitamins A, C and K, potassium and dietary fibre
- helps protect good vision for night prowling
- our gently steamed method to cook spinach releases higher levels of beta-carotene (heart health), lutein (eyesight) and calcium (bone health)
- great source of vitamin B, vitamin K, magnesium, folate, manganese, zinc, iron and those healthy poly-unsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs)
Note: Dogs requiring specialized diets for health issues should always be monitored by their veterinarian to ensure the diet supports their unique health requirements.
454 g vacuum sealed package
Check out the science behind What's Up, Doc? Rabbit.
Feeding Guide ¹
How many calories does my dog need? Every animal has unique energy requirements so please modify this guide for their specific needs. Let's start with learning more about your pet. For using food scales to weigh out portions, multiply the "pkg per day" result below by 454 (our meals are 454 gram packages, example is 0.33 pkg x 454=150 grams of Tom&Sawyer per day).
Daily caloric needs: KCal
|% of diet||Cost per Day||Pkg per Day||Pkg per Week||Pkg per Month|
|As fed||Dry Matter|
|Crude Protein (min.) %||8||34|
|Crude Fat (min.) %||3||12|
|Crude Fibre (max.) %||2||8|
|Moisture (max.) %||75||--|
|Fat (g) per 1000 KCal||29||--|
|Metabolized Energy (calories)||109 KCal/100g or 247 KCal/cup||436 KCal/100g or 988 KCal/cup|
Ingredients: rabbit meat, organic quinoa, carrot, white potato, apple, spinach, fresh ginger, dried basil, organic canola oil, omega-3 fish oil (anchovy source), vitamin & mineral supplement (calcium carbonate, dicalcium phosphate, choline bitartrate, vitamin A acetate, cholecalciferol, dl-alpha-tocopheryl acetate, biotin, folic acid, niacin, calcium d-panthothenate, pyridoxine HCI, riboflavin, thiamin mononitrate, cyanocobalamin, copper sulfate, potassium iodide, ferrous sulfate, manganese sulfate, sodium selenite, zinc sulfate), pea fiber, digestive aid blend (dried yeast extract, chicory root extract, elderberry extract, thyme extract).
Formulated to meet the NRC and AAFCO dog nutrient profiles for maintenance.
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My dog Harry has a very sensitive stomach. I’ve spent thousands of dollars in vet bills and different diets trying to diagnose his problem over the years. We tried protein elimination diets, dry/freeze dried/wet raw diets, GI kibbles, you name it, we’ve tried it!!
He has been on Tom & Sawyer rabbit meals and it’s been a life changer!! No more bloody diarrhea or vomiting, even his vet commented on how healthy he has been! Free delivery, convenient penguin pick up, what’s not to love?!! So glad I found T&S!
We love the convenience and she loves the yummy food!
Wow, what wonderful food Tom and Sawyer make, our Enzo loves all meals, we are so happy we found Tom and Sawyer!! Enzo was a very picky eater but now we don't have to worry he eats everything on his plate, Thanks to Tom and Sawyer meals!! Thank you Tom and Sawyer for all you do, we appreciate you so much!! Customer Service is also Great!! They really go out of there way to make Happy Customers!!
It is so fresh and smells quite delicious. Ruby our Airedale loves it.
The rabbit is My dog’s second favourite meal. (first one is Kangaroo which I hope won’t be discontinued). He really enjoys it.