Maximum K9 Premium Raw Dog Food Diet
Our premium blends are manufactured by Boesl packaging company inc. The plant is comprised of 21,000-square feet of dedicated manufacturing, on-site packaging, industrial refrigeration, freezing and dry storage space.
The blends were designed and tested by animal nutritionist. Our raw diet dog food is the best available and made utilizing the same sanitary equipment and conditions as human food.
- Produced with high-quality ingredients that is stored at 8-degrees Fahrenheit on-site.
- Each and every 250-pound batch of Maximum K9 Nutrition raw diet dog food produced is carefully and accurately measured for continuity in quality, nutritional value and texture.
- Produced using a cold-manufacturing method; all raw food components consistently remain below 28-degrees Fahrenheit throughout the entire production and packaging process. The team works diligently in a temperature controlled production area to avoid the onset of harmful bacteria.
- Only commercial grade stainless steel equipment is used to process and package frozen muscle meat, organ meat, ground bone and vegetables with a vitamin and mineral mix. To prevent cross-contamination, all equipment is sanitized daily and between producing varying protein formulas.
- Each complete batch of Maximum k9 Premium blend raw dog food is transferred, on-site, for immediate packaging. Maximum k9 Premium blend raw dog food is packaged into airtight chubs, providing fresh tasting food for your canine companion.
Maximum k9 Premium blend raw dog food meets the nutritional levels established by the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) Dog Food Nutrient Profiles "For All Life Stages."
You won't find any preservatives, dyes, added sugars, cereal grains, glutens, nitrates, chemicals or soluble carbohydrates in our food.
Maximum k9 premium is a blend of USA sourced muscle meat, organ meat, ground bone, fresh low-carb vegetables and our essential vitamin, mineral and trace mineral mix; eliminating the need for additional, daily supplements.
The essential vitamin and mineral mix.
Linseed Meal: A high source of plant protein and high in alpha linolenic acid; an omega-3 fatty acid used by the body to make cell signaling messengers (prostaglandins) and help regulate immune response.
Sunflower Meal: A source of plant protein and plant fiber.
Tomato Pomace: Source of plant fiber, and excellent source of plant carotenoids (pigments) such as lutein and lycopene, a plant pigment with provitamin A activity
Kelp: A sea plant, kelp is a source of nutrients abundant in the ocean such as iodine and omega-3s.
Choline Chloride: Source of choline, a very critical component of phospholipids essential for all cell membranes.
d-a-Tocopheryl Acetate (Source of Natural Vitamin E): Vitamin E serves various roles in the body; one of the most being a sink for free radical species generated by normal life processes.
Manganese Sulfate: Source of manganese, a trace mineral proven to be essential for animals. Among other roles, it is a cofactor (essential for proper function) in several enzymes systems, including manganese superoxide dismutase.
Zinc Sulfate: A source of the trace mineral zinc, present in virtually all cells, and long recognized as essential for animals and humans. A common deficiency symptom is poor skin and coat health and slow wound healing.
Vitamin A Supplement: An essential nutrient well known for its role in vision. Vitamin A interacts closely with zinc in some pathways and plays a role in red blood cell production.
Niacin: The generic term used for nicotinic acid, a critical molecule of metabolism found in every cell. Nicotinic acid can also be synthesized by the body using the amino acid tryptophane
d Calcium Pantothenate: Source of pantothenic acid, a critical part of the molecule coenzyme A (CoA) vital to all cells.
Vitamin D3 Supplement: Converted to its active form by sunshine on the skin, Vitamin D has been known to be involved in calcium and bone metabolism. Vitamin D has recently been the subject of intense reevaluation. Its role in human health is now recognized to go far beyond bone function.
Copper Sulfate: Source of the trace mineral copper, essential as a cofactor in numerous enzyme systems. Copper is most famously found in Cytochrome C, an enzyme system used to reduce molecular oxygen to water. This most fundamental of all reactions in biology is in the mitochondria of every eukaryotic cell in the world.
Riboflavin: A water soluble vitamin that serves mainly as a component of the molecule FAD (flavin adenine dinucleotide), essential in intermediary metabolism in all cells.
Selenium Yeast: An organic source of selenium, more bioactive than inorganic sources of selenium, such as sodium selenite. At least 18 enzymes or proteins have been identified as containing selenium. Selenium is an essential trace mineral and its lack can cause different problems in different species. The most common deficiency symptom is white muscle disease and heart pathology. It has been the subject of active investigation in humans for its role in cancer prevention.
Biotin: Biotin is a water soluble vitamin involved as a cofactor in several enzyme systems, with recent evidence of a role in DNA transcription and replication.
Vitamin B12 Supplement: This vitamin is unique in the history of nutrition because there was a specific human disease (pernicious anemia) that resulted in death before B12 was discovered and oral supplementation became possible. B12 is a very complicated molecule with cobalt at its center, and only microorganisms are able to make this vitamin. Supplementation for monogastrics at very low levels is usually recommended.
Cobalt Carbonate: The major need for cobalt, a trace mineral, is for incorporation into the vitamin B12. If intake of B12 is adequate, cobalt deficiency is unlikely.
Pyridoxine HCL (Vitamin B6): An important cofactor in over 100 enzymes systems, B6 is widely distributed in meats, grains, vegetables and nuts. As various conditions can hinder its bioavailability, prudent supplementation is often recommended.
Thiamin Mononitrate: An essential catalyst in several key enzymes involved in carbohydrate metabolism, thiamin has historically been associated with disease seen with high intake of highly processed (polished) rice. Beriberi is a form of thiamin deficiency that mainly affects the legs with paralysis, but another deficiency is heart failure and generalized edema.
Folic Acid: Folate is a term for different forms of a coenzyme essential for the metabolism of amino acids and other key cellular components.
Ethylenediamine Dihydroiodine: EDDI is an organic form of iodine, a trace mineral needed for proper function of thyroid hormone. Thyroid hormone has multiple roles in the regulation of cell activity and growth.