Working Dog

Working Dog

Grain Free, Peas Free, Turkey and Sweet Potato

29
%
Crude Protein
17
%
Crude Fat
89
%
Animal Protein
502
Kcals/Cup
Turkey Meal
Turkey Meal
Sweet Potato
Sweet Potato
Coconut Meal
Coconut Meal
Salmon Oil
Salmon Oil
Interested in a smaller size option? Click here to purchase a 5 lb bag.
5 weeks
3.70 cups
Based on your dog’s weight and activity, we recommend this autoship frequency. You can change it now or later. Learn more.
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Made for highly active dogs

Dogs thrive on high-quality animal protein which is why more than 85% of the protein in every Sport Dog Food formula comes from animal sources to promote strong bones and muscles, shiny coat, healthy skin, and firm stools.

Fuel for Success

Formulated with the ideal blend of lean protein, healthy fats, and digestible carbohydrates. Our Working Dog formula delivers 502 Kcals/cup of power-packed energy, just what your athletic dog needs to stay healthy and energetic.

Complete and Balanced

Dogs of all ages can enjoy the Working Dog formula, which avoids the grains and other ingredients that can slow your dog down. Working Dog offers a perfect balance of 29 percent protein and 17 percent fat and is filled with vitamin supplements, such as D3 and B12.

Premium Animal Proteins

We start with low ash, by-product free, Turkey Meal as our 1st ingredient. Turkey Meal is a low ash and highly digestible. It is protein rich, and contains key Amino Acids such as Taurine. We source our Turkey protein right here in the US. It is raised and harvested in the Midwestern States such as Arkansas and Missouri.

Excellent for sensitive stomachs

Every recipe is carefully crafted with premium ingredients like American Orange Sweet Potatoes. Sweet potato helps increase your dog’s digestion, aiding in the absorption of nutrients. A plentiful domestic carbohydrate source that’s much lower on the glycemic index than potatoes.

Super Sport TR-33 Inside

Our unique proprietary blend of micro nutrients is specifically designed to promote healthier more active animals, naturally. Each ingredient has been specifically selected to work together in enhancing performance, helping your K-9 companion meet their peak genetic potential.

29
%
Crude Protein (min.)
17
%
Crude Fat (min.)
89
%
Animal Protein
34
%
Carbohydrates
502
Kcals/cup
Ingredients
Guaranteed Analysis
Feeding Guide

Reviewed by Customers

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N. Temple Dvm
It is a great dog food.
N. Temple Dvm
,
Kentucky
C. Mcmahon
Ruger loved this food, Turkey & potato elite. Thanks for such great food without all the pea protein.
C. Mcmahon
,
Michigan
S. Black
We love Sportdog. It's a high protein food that finally can keep up with my high energy dog. There's no allergens, and her coat has never looked better! Sportdog has earned a customer for life!
S. Black
,
Washington
D. Tomkins
Love my West German show line kids. And they seem to love Sport Dog foods. Going to be placing my first orders soon!
D. Tomkins
,
Texas
L. Camper
We love sport dog food!
L. Camper
,
Washington

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Tools

1-2 times per week includes: Power Walking, Hiking or Jogging 3 miles per day.
3-4 times per week includes: Dock Diving, Agility, Obedience Training or Running 5 miles per day.
Working Dogs includes: IPO, Tracking, Military, Law Enforcement, Security and Protection Dogs.

Feeding Calculator

Use this calculator to help determine the suggested feeding amounts by formula for your specific dog.   Enter your dog's daily activity level for truly customized feeding recommendations.

Feeding a pack?  Click the ➕ to add more dog(s) details.  

Super versatile tools

We know that many of you like having all the information at your fingertips regarding your pup's nutrition.  Use this versatile tool to calculate Calcium/Phosphorus rations, estimate carbs, dry matter basis, and so much more. Sport Dog Food believes in complete transparency and we understand your desire to knowledge.

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