In case your dog has been prescribed a hypoallergenic diet AND a low sodium diet, as has mine, I called the manufacturer to obtain sodium content and was told 0.3% based on weight of product. For example: if 1 "bone" weighs 1 gram (I don't know actual weight of 1 bone; this is just an example), and 1 gram equals 1000 mg, the in this example 1 bone would contain 3 mg of sodium. Wouldn't it be easier if manufacturers put this information on the packages??
Regarding Royal Canin Potato & Duck, this prescribed food has been my poodle's primary food for 4 yrs. and he has done very well on it - it has not aggravated his skin allergies. His skin has not reacted to this "treat" either, but he doesn't get this every day and only in small amounts (2 - 3 small breed biscuits.)
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Dried Potatoes, Duck, Potato Protein, Cane Molasses, Canola Oil, Natural Flavor, Natural Mixed Tocopherols, Natural Hickory Smoke Flavor, Citric Acid, Rosemary Extract.
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