Fromm 4-Star Duck/Sweet Potato Dry Dog Food

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Product Summary:

Four Star Duck and Sweet Potato Dry Dog Food


The Four Star Duck and Sweet Potato Dry Dog Food feature the goodness of Wisconsin Duck which has been blend with the goodness of sweet potato with a mix of other fresh fruits & vegetables and chicken cartilage rich in natural glucosamine, to deliver a mouthwatering dish.  Premium variety-driven food that caters to all lifestyles.  Unique blend of premium ingredients that allows pet parents to switch receipes as often as every meal without creating digestive upset. 



·         Prebiotics & Probiotics to Aid Digestion

·         Optimum Omega Fatty Acids Ratio

·         Fresh Wisconsin Duck

·         Rich Wisconsin Cheddar Cheese

·         Contains Chicken Cartilage that is Rich in Natural Glucosamine


Item Specifications:




Duck and Sweet Potato



Duck, Duck Meal, Pearled Barley, Sweet Potato, Brown Rice, Oatmeal, White Rice, Whole Dried Egg, Millet, Dried Tomato Pomace, Safflower Oil, Cheese, Flaxseed, Carrots, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Apples, Green Beans, Lecithin, Chicken Cartilage, Potassium Chloride, Cranberries, Blueberries, Salt, Chicory Root Extract, Alfalfa Sprouts, Yucca Schidigera Extract, Folic Acid, Parsley, Lactobacillus Acidophilus, Bifidobacterium Longum, Lactobacillus Plantarum, Enterococcous Faecium, Vitamin A, D3, E, B12 Supplements, Choline Bitartrate, Niacin, Pantothenic Acid, Ascorbic Acid, Riboflavin, Thiamine Mononitrate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Biotin, Zinc Sulfate, Ferrous Sulfate, Manganous Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Cobalt Carbonate, Calcium Iodate, Sorbic Acid, Iron Proteinate, Zinc Proteinate, Copper Proteinate, Manganese Proteinate, Sodium Selenite.


Guaranteed Analysis

Protein 24% Min
Fat 15% Min
Fiber 3% Max
Moisture 10% Max
Ash 6.5% Max
Omega 6 Fatty Acids 2.6% Min
Omega 3 Fatty Acids 0.4% Min
Lactobacillus Acidophilus 100,000,000 CFU/lb Min
Bifidobacterium Longum 100,000,000 CFU/lb Min
Lactobacillus Plantarum 100,000,000 CFU/lb Min
Enterococcous Faecium 100,000,000 CFU/lb Min

Feeding Guidelines

Weight of Dog

5 lbs

15 lbs

30 lbs

50 lbs

75 lbs

100 lbs







4 2/3

Weight of Dog

2.5 kg

6.5 kg

13.5 kg

22.5 kg

34 kg

45.5 kg








Product Reviews by Customers

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It was recommended by a friend, and my dog really likes it.
Sylvia N on Sep 2, 2015
my pet has an allergy and it works well for her ear problems
Rodney S on Jan 28, 2015
I've been feeding my dogs this brand for over 10 years. Fromm's uses quality ingredients.
STACY K on Jun 15, 2015
my dog has been on this food for 5 years and does well
J A on Jan 25, 2015
My dog is 1 year old, which type of Fromm food, should I feed her?
A shopper on Oct 16, 2014
Best Answer: A good dog owners struggle with this question. Finding the right food for pup takes some research, choosing a food (I recommend starting with a small bag, realizing that small can be relative to the size/weight of you dog), and then, most importantly, paying close attention to how your dog reacts. Do they scratch more, are their eyes red, do they have loose stools, etc. First, read up on your breed. My newest dog (now a three year old) is a purebred Tibetan Spaniel I adopted fro the Humane Society. When I brought her home she was initially given the same food as my other dogs, a lamb and rice dry food (I don't remember the brand). She started to scratch and have loose stools. Now, any change in diet can lead to short term change in stools, but with her it didn't let up. Neither did the scratching. I did some online research (searching the breed name with Google and sat down to read. What I found was that Tibbies (as they are often called) generally did best on duck and sweet potato. They were prone to several allergies. I chose to try Fromm Duck and Sweet Potato. It worked like a charm, and all three of my dogs (the other two being a Jack Russell mix and a Bassett/Beagle mix) liked the food and thrived on it. Duck and potato/sweet potato are often given to dogs with allergies. When buying various treats I learned more about my Tibbie. Any food or treat with "chicken meal" made her itchy and have loose stools. Chicken meal (not Chicken itself) is included in a very large portion of dog foods and treats. I also found she was allergic to lamb. Now I look closely at the labels of anything I buy. So, do a little research on your dog. Keep in mind if they are a purebred various allergies are more likely. Mixed-breeds (or our so-called lovable mutts) tend to be a bit more hearty. Fromm is a great brand but there are other good ones out there. Just do some research and watch your dog. Give it a couple days with new food unless there are major problems.
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Is this for a small dog?
A shopper on Aug 11, 2015
Best Answer: Our dog "Teddy" is a large Havanese - 25 Lbs. He came to us from Havanese rescue 5 years ago when he was rescued from a puppy mill. He had been caged for most of his previous life and could not tolerate other kinds of dog food. He has serious diarrhea with regular dog food. Fromm Duck and Sweet potato has been his only food since then. It is his only food which he seems to love, except for an occasional dog treat. Most Havanese are in the 12 lb range.
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