Chicken Performance Dog Food


This natural dry dog food is packed with fresh chicken, farm fresh veggies & fruits and is loaded with Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids.  Its Performance in attaining and maintaining your dog’s best health, deserves a standing ovation!

This recipe is sure to be judged as one of the best by your discerning pup’s palate.  High chicken meat content, moderate protein and fat levels, as well as the benefits of added Pro and Prebiotics which are key for proper digestion, help make this recipe a breeder’s choice too!

We never use any of the following in our recipes: Corn, wheat, soy, artificial preservatives, animal by products, undefined meat sources and NO Ingredients from China.

Our ingredients are all sourced in North America; in fact, all of our de-boned proteins are sourced as close to our manufacturing facility as possible, with the exception of our Lamb which comes from New Zealand.

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This award-worthy canine recipe is guaranteed to get rave reviews from your furry family member. Packed with fresh chicken, farm fresh veggies & fruits and loaded with Omega fatty acids, this recipe is balanced for the most discriminating palate and worthy of a repeat Perfromance!

The addition of probiotics and prebiotics in this recipe are key for proper digestion and the assimilation of the various nutrients.  A happy gut means a happy digestive tract and that means a happy and healthy dog throughout their life-“stages”.

This recipe made its debut in 1997 and although we have made improvements over the years,  it has continued to be a go-to recipe for many breeders due to its high chicken and moderate protein & fat content.

We never use by-products, artificial preservatives, corn or wheat in our kibbles and consider this our “Outstanding Performance” recipe because quite simply,  it produces outstanding results in most situations. We often recommend blending this recipe with our Chicken Optimal Weight formula, especially for large breed puppies in the first six to nine crucial months of their development.