I was wondering if someone could do that grading thing for me? I would really appreciate it very much!
Also, is anyone else using this right now, or has used it in the past?
This is from the back of the bag.
Gold'n Paws is : -Oven baked for better quality, wholeness and goodness -All Nautral and Holistic -Is a source of omega-3 and omega-6, which promote a healthy skin and a shiny coat -Made with fresh chicken for superior protein quality as compared to chicken meal -Is made with whole grains which are highly digestible and 100% natural -Contains inuline, a natural way to help care for your dog's digestive system -Contains glucosamine and chondroitin sulphate for the developement of bones, cartilage and skin tissues -Is beef free -Is ideal for all breeds over one year old -Is NATURALLY preserved -Does not contain preservatives, artificial flavors or colors, BHA, BHT, ethoxyquin -Does not contain wheat, corn or soy -Does not contain trans fats
A standard 8oz (volume) measuring cup will hold 4oz (weight) of Gold'n Paws dog food. This is more than any extruded dog food on the market right now with a product density of 31 pound per cube. A cup will hold 400kcal approx.
Here is a list of the ingredients in the Gold'n Paws dog food formula (as found on the bag): Chicken, ground oats, ground whole barley, brown rice protein, ground brown rice, fish meal, chicken fat (naturally preserved), pearled barley, ground whole rye, ground whole flaxseed, inulin, yucca schidigera, salt, monosodium phosphate, potassium chloride, garlic, taurine, vitamin E, choline chloride, beta-carotene, chondroitin sulphate, glucosamine hydrochloride, spinach, kelp, broccoli, sweet potato, apples, blueberries, pears, bananas, vitamin A acetate, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin B12 supplement, ferrous sulphate, zinc oxide, niacin supplement, calcium pantothenate, copper sulphate, manganous oxide, riboflavin supplement, thiamine hydrochloride, calcium iodate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, folic acid, sodium selenite, natural flavour (This product may contain trace amounts of peanuts.).
Guaranteed analysis: Crude protein min. 22.0% Crude fat min. 12.0% Crude fiber max. 6.0% Moisture max. 10.0%
I think everyone is silently hoping you would eventually decide to do your own math (your computer should have a calculator function) but since it is easier to keep bumping your post... it scores a 99 after taking the bonus points into account. An 89 without the bonus points.