Supreme Source® Dog Food
Pork, Peas and Wild Boar Recipe Dog Food
As a pet owner, you may be looking for the best sources of protein for your dog. At Supreme Source, we have several nutritious super-premium dog food options including unique recipes like Pork, Peas & Wild Boar,Salmon Meal & Sweet Potato,Turkey Meal & Sweet Potato, and Lamb Meal & Potato.
Our Pork, Peas & Wild Boar recipe adds a healthy variety to your dog’s diet with novelty meats rich in high-quality protein and advanced nutrition for dogs who deserve the best. Wild boar offers a rich, lean protein with essential B-Vitamins and zinc that may help support your dog’s natural defenses.
Our Pork, Peas & Wild Boar recipe adds a healthy variety to your dog’s diet with novelty meats rich in protein. For all stages of life, Supreme Source® provides advanced nutrition for dogs who deserve only the best. Sourced from trusted, passionate farmers, our premium ingredients provide all the vitamins, protein and antioxidants your dog needs to thrive.
Everything we put into our recipes is healthy, safe, and just exactly what we’d feed our pets. We search the world for the finest ingredients and source them from trusted farmers who are just as passionate as we are about quality.
What are the benefits of wild boar dog food?
Wild boar is considered a valuable source of novel protein for dogs, which means it’s less commonly used in commercial dog foods.
It’s important to keep in mind that while wild boar dog food can offer these potential benefits, it’s recommended to consult with a veterinarian or canine nutritionist to ensure that a food meets your dog’s specific dietary needs.
What is crude protein?
Crude protein in dog food is a rough estimate of the total protein content, including both animal and plant-based sources of protein.
How do I make sure my dog’s dry food is full of protein?
To ensure that your dog’s dry food is full of protein, you should consider the following tips when selecting or evaluating dog food:
- Read the Ingredients List: Look for a high-quality dog food with a named animal protein source (e.g., chicken, beef, turkey, fish) listed as the first ingredient. The first ingredient should ideally be a meat or meat meal, not a grain or filler.
- Check the Guaranteed Analysis: The packaging should provide a guaranteed analysis that includes the minimum percentage of crude protein. Aim for a dry dog food with a protein content of at least 18-20% for adult dogs and 25-30% for puppies. The specific protein requirements can vary depending on your dog’s age, activity level, and health.
- Consider the Protein Source: Pay attention to the source of the protein. Animal-based proteins are generally more easily digestible and biologically appropriate for dogs. Ensure that the protein sources are high-quality and not by-products.
Does my dog need grain-free food?
Whether your dog needs grain-free food depends on their specific dietary requirements, health considerations, and any potential food sensitivities or allergies. It’s essential to understand your dog’s individual needs when choosing a dog food with or without grain.
You will need to find food that offers natural fiber to help with your dog’s nutrition, and while grains offer quality carbohydrates, the benefits of eating natural fiber are very important and balancing with eating quality carbohydrates.
Does Supreme Source offer a feeding guide?
Feed guides may change based on specific weight, nutrients, and age. For example, a puppy needs different food than an adult dog, and your dog’s weight can change how much they need to eat.
How do I know what a healthy calorie content is?
Determining a healthy calorie content for your dog involves considering several factors, including your dog’s age, size, activity level, and any specific health requirements. Here are steps to help you estimate an appropriate calorie intake for your dog:
- Consult Your Veterinarian: Your veterinarian is the best resource for assessing your dog’s specific calorie needs. They can provide guidance based on your dog’s individual characteristics, such as breed, age, weight, and overall health.
- Calculate Maintenance Calories: The most common method to estimate a dog’s maintenance calories is to use their Resting Energy Requirement (RER) or Maintenance Energy Requirement (MER). The RER is calculated as follows for a typical adult dog:
RER (in calories/day) = 70 x (body weight in kg)^0.75
- The MER, which accounts for your dog’s activity level, is calculated by multiplying the RER by a multiplier, which can range from 1.2 (sedentary) to 2.5 (very active). Your veterinarian can help determine the appropriate multiplier for your dog’s activity level.
- Consider Special Dietary Needs: Dogs with certain health conditions, such as obesity, diabetes, or food allergies, may have different calorie requirements. Specialized diets may be necessary, and your vet can provide specific recommendations.
- Monitor Your Dog’s Weight: Keep an eye on your dog’s weight and body condition score. Adjust their calorie intake accordingly. If your dog is gaining weight, you may need to reduce their calorie intake, while if they’re losing weight or too thin, you might need to increase it.
- Follow Feeding Guidelines: Use the feeding guidelines provided on the packaging of your dog’s commercial food as a starting point. These guidelines often provide a range of recommended daily calories based on the dog’s weight. However, keep in mind that individual dogs may have different needs, so adjustments may be necessary.
- Activity Level: Dogs with higher activity levels, such as working dogs or highly active breeds, may require more calories. Conversely, less active dogs, such as senior dogs or small breeds, may require fewer calories.
- Age and Life Stage: Puppies, adult dogs, and senior dogs have different calorie requirements. Puppies generally need more calories for growth, while senior dogs may require fewer calories to maintain a healthy weight.
What vegetables are healthy for my dog to eat?
Vegetables can provide essential vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants. However, it’s important to be aware that not all vegetables are safe for dogs, and some should be cooked or prepared in specific ways. Here are some vegetables that are generally safe and healthy for dogs:
If you find dog food that includes these vegetables in the recipe, you don’t need to be concerned that your dog is getting an inferior product. For more information, check out our product page on the Supreme Source website to look at different product options, and to break food down by categories.
Our blend of vegetables offers an excellent source of potassium which helps provide dietary fiber while supporting digestive sensitivity and offering all nutrients for dogs’ health. Dietary fiber is essential and balances with our high-quality protein.
Peas, carrots, green beans, and sweet potato are among the most common vegetables and offer a great taste that complements the protein flavors which will keep your dog and puppy happy.
How much fruit & veggies should my dog eat?
Offering your dog a good mix of fruit & veggies is essential for their health and can help improve digestive health and balanced nutrition. The natural flavors also make for tasty dog food!
We include a blend of blueberries, cranberries, and pomegranates in our food to offer optimum nutrition. Adding a blend of blueberries helps digestive health and adds balanced nutrition for puppies and dogs.
They also help your dog look and feel great as these wholesome ingredients help improve skin health and joint health!
Our food recipe includes a mix of essential vitamins and nutrients to help offer a rich protein source, source of grain, improve immune health, brain function, and offer proper bone health.
Fruit and veggies are an excellent source of soluble fiber and orange and yellow fruits and vegetables offer various amounts of beta carotene. These amounts of beta carotene convert into vitamin A to help offer antioxidants and improve eye health. This source of vitamin A helps your dog get all it needs.
What protein source is best for my dog?
Natural protein sources are great for a dog as they help support lean muscle mass, healthy vision, and healthy skin, and the protein-packed ingredients offer omega fatty acids to support all healthy functions for your dogs.
Supreme Source dog food and all our blends offer an excellent source of protein, whether it’s the wild boar blend, our premium source salmon, salmon meal, turkey meal, or any other option, we have you covered with all the nutrients that your dog needs.
Our healthy blend includes a blend of fruits that offers fiber content, to help offer healthy skin, omega fatty acids, healthy vision, and support lean muscle mass.
Put our awesome product to the test and see how much it helps your pup!
So, What's in the Bag?
Everything we put into our recipes is healthy, safe and just exactly what we’d feed our pets. We search the world for the finest ingredients and source them from trusted farmers that are just as passionate as we are about quality.
A rich, lean protein with essential B-Vitamins and zinc that may help support your dog’s natural defenses.
A great source of high-quality protein for your dog because it contains more protein than fresh chicken.
A valuable source of essential nutrients like linoleic acid. They also offer natural fiber and quality carbohydrates
A dietary fiber that is packed with protein as well as vitamins A and E. They also contain manganese which helps support proper bone health and brain function.
Fruit & Veggie Blend
A special blend of blueberries, carrots, cranberries, spinach, parsley and pomegranates that provides a natural source of potassium, fiber, vitamins and minerals that may support better health and longevity.
Seaweed provides an incredibly rich source of nutrients for dogs and cats that you won’t find in everyday pet food products.
Helps support digestive sensitivity
Helps maintain intestinal health
Helps support overall immune system
Natural source of antioxidants that may help support better health and longevity
All Natural Seaweed