NUTRO ULTRA™ Adult Dry Dog Food is a nutrient dense recipe formulated to promote a lean body and healthy skin and coat
Note: These are the recommended feeding amounts based on the ideal body condition for adult large breed dogs of various weights. Individual dogs' energy requirements may differ. For dogs with low activity levels, feed an amount toward the low end of the range. For dogs with moderate activity levels, feed an amount toward the high end of the range. Adjust the amount fed to obtain or maintain your dog's optimum weight. If feeding NUTRO ULTRA Dog Food for the first time, we suggest you blend increasing amounts with your old food for six days. See your veterinarian regularly. Serve dry or lightly moistened. To help maintain freshness, we recommend sealing the bag tightly and storing in a cool, dry location. Dog Weight Amount to Feed 50 lbs. 3 3 1/2 65 lbs. 3 3/4 - 4 1/3 75 lbs 4 1/4 - 4 3/4 85 lbs 4 2/3 - 5 1/3 95 lbs 5 - 5 3/4 130 lbs 6 1/3 - 7 1/3 170 lbs 7 3/4 - 9 200 lbs 8 3/4 - 10 Use a standard 8-oz. measuring cup, which holds 3.21 oz. of NUTRO ULTRA Large Breed Adult Dog Food.
NUTRO ULTRA Adult Dry Dog Food is a nutrient dense kibble formulated to promote a lean body and healthy skin and coat.; Our premium dog food is made with nature's finest ingredients to provide complete and balanced adult nutrition in every bowl. Your dog will enjoy the unforgettable taste of premium natural ingredients!
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We switched our healthy, vibrant four-year-old miniature schnauzer to Nutro Ultra Holistic Superfood in Nov/Dec 2010 from Eukaneba, which she had been on since she was a puppy. In January 2011, our dog became severely ill--vomiting bile and massive diarrhea. We brought her to the vet and they ran several tests (pancreatitis, addison's disease, parasites, etc.) and did X-rays. Everything came back normal. We fed her ground turkey and rice for about a week and she seemed to be doing better so we reintroduced the Nutro Ultra. Over the next few months, we noticed several changes in her. She vomited bile occasionally, had loose stools, extreme thirst, trouble urinating, glassy eyes, lethargic, dry skin, dull coat and bad breath. On May 15th, she vomited blood. We called her vet on Monday morning and they put her on two medications--one to coat her stomach and antacid. On Tuesday afternoon she vomited bright red blood. We took her to the vet again and they gave her fluids under the skin and antibiotics. I had been feeding my Rottie and Lab Nutro Large Breed dog food for several years. In November, 2009, I started feeding them Nutro Ultra Large Breed Adult food thinking it would be better for them being holistic. I noticed my lab would vomit bile quite often. He had his annual vet visit on Feb. 16, 2010. That morning he had vomited again. His liver enzymes were slightly elevated as were my Rotti's on her last visit. I opened a new bag of food on Sat. Feb. 20th and fed them. Later that day, I found 3 large piles of vomited food. My Rotti walked away from her food when I fed her that evening. I gave it to her about an hour later and she finally ate it. The next day my lab refused to eat. I was finding yellow bile each day on the floor. I changed all of my dogs over to Nutro Ultra dry dog food, and all of them got sick. One of which died after her kidneys shut down. I still have a 4-month-old puppy that is still on antibiotic for a urinary tract infection. The other dogs were vomiting yellow bio. This company, after reading all these complaints about this food, needs to be investigated. I have one dog dead and many others sick. Someone please help.I just recently had a 3 1/2 year old Pomeranian die due to kidney failure. She had never gotten into antifreeze and was a very happy and healthy dog. I have another pom (her sister), and they both ate the same food, Nutro Ultra Small Breed.