Adirondack Lamb & Brown Rice Recipe Dog Food
Company HQLisbon, Ohio
Parent companyAdirondack Pet Food
- Lamb Meal
- Chicken Meal
- Pea Protein
- Catfish Meal
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- Free of potentially-harmful ingredients and additives
- A good source of omega-3 fatty acids
- Low protein content
- High in carbohydrates
- Low in moisture
- Some dogs may be allergic to fish
The following list (if present) shows all dog food recalls related to Adirondack since 2009. If no recalls are listed, no recall events have been reported.
Since 2009 Adirondack has never been recalled.
Our review of Adirondack Lamb & Brown Rice Recipe Dog Food begins with a detailed look at the food’s ingredients.
The first ingredient is Lamb Meal. Lamb meal is the rendered, ground, and dried meat from a young sheep. In pet food, lamb meal can be an important source of protein fat, vitamins, and minerals.
The second ingredient is Brown Rice. Brown rice is a name for whole-grain rice with its outer hull removed. The brown rice in pet food can be a source of carbohydrates and fiber. Brown rice also contains omega-6 fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals
The third ingredient is Oat Groats. Oat groats are whole seeds from the oat plant that have had their tough outer hulls removed. The oat groats in pet food are a source of carbohydrates, protein, vitamins, minerals to support your companion’s overall well-being.
The fourth ingredient is Millet. Millet is a gluten-free cereal grain that finds its way into a variety of products ranging from baked goods to birdseed. In pet food, millet can be a source of carbohydrates, amino acids, fiber, B vitamins, and other nutrients.
The fifth ingredient is Ground Grain Sorghum. Ground grain sorghum is made with gluten-free grain from the sorghum plant. It has been processed into smaller particles for better absorption and a smoother texture. In pet food, ground grain sorghum can serve as a source of dietary fiber, antioxidants, iron, zinc, and vitamins B1 and B2.
After the fifth ingredient, the list includes all remaining ingredients. It’s worth noting that ingredients (other than nutritional supplements) located this far down on the list aren’t likely to have an impact on the overall rating of this Adirondack Lamb & Brown Rice Recipe Dog Food.
We’ve compared Adirondack Lamb & Brown Rice Recipe Dog Food to the other 1423 dry dog food recipes in our database:
|Product info||All Products avg.|
|Caloric Content||3510 kcal/kg||3537 kcal/kg|
This recipe has:
- 3.34% less protein
- 0.42% less fat
- 0.71% less fiber
- 43.25% less carb
- 27 less kcal/kg
Your adult dog needs a balance of macro and micronutrients to thrive. A food formulated for adult maintenance or all life stages is made to meet these needs. While there can be a lot of variation in actual calorie density, adult dog foods are generally intended to provide for basic calorie needs of the average active dog. In addition to satisfying their energy needs, these foods provide the protein, fat, carbohydrates, fiber, and other nutrients your adult dog needs to survive. Again, not all adult foods are the same, so you may have to search around for the right fit for your dog.
|Product info||Market Price Avg.|
|Price per lb||$2.09||$2.51|
|Price per 100 kcal||$0.13||$0.17|
|Price per day||$0.08||$0.10|
Adirondack Lamb & Brown Rice Recipe Dog Food is priced below the average market price for dry dog food.
When we analyzed the ingredients in Adirondack Lamb & Brown Rice Recipe Dog Food, we found that most of the protein is derived from lamb meal based sources.