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Nature's Variety Nature's Variety Instinct Grain-Free Limited Ingredient Diet Lamb Meal & Peas Dog Food

Made with one animal protein sourceContains easily digestible ingredientsGrain-free and gluten-free nutritionHealthy Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids for skin and coat healthUnique green tea extract coating for great taste and aromaComplete and balanced for all life stages and all breeds
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Why add sea salt? Isn't salt bad for dogs?

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From the manufacturer's website:
"Sea salt in a natural mineral complex; it is source of sodium, chloride, and many other beneficial trace minerals. It is obtained by evaporating seawater. Sodium is essential to maintaining proper acid-base balance, cell function, and hydration. AAFCO has minimum sodium requirements for pet food to be compete and balanced. Nature’s Variety does not use salt as a preservative in our diets; we include it at optimized levels to meet proper nutrient standards."
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In the analysis section why is there 12% of ash present?

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From the manufacturer's website:
"Ash is the inorganic (non-carbon) mineral portion of any substance. When referring to dog and cat food, "ash content" is the mineral matter, such as magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, and copper."
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