Reflecting the rich maritime harvest from Canada’s cold and pristine Pacific waters, ACANA Pacifica is loaded with fresh and regional Canadian fish, sustainable and wild-caught off North Vancouver Island.
Bursting with Pacific herring, pilchard, flounder, hake, and rockfish that are delivered FRESH or RAW to our kitchen, ACANA Pacifica nourishes your dog naturally, without long lists of additives.
Trusted everywhere, protein-rich ACANA promotes peak physical conditioning in dogs of all breeds and life stages. Read our ingredients and we think you’ll agree.
IT’S ALL ABOUT THE MEAT
- HOW MUCH FISH? – ACANA Pacifica is loaded with 70% fish.
- HOW MUCH FRESH FISH? – 1/2 of the fish in ACANA is FRESH and WHOLE, and 1/2 is dried or oils.
- HOW MANY FISH? – ACANA Pacifica features 5 wild-caught fish in WholePrey ratios of fish, organs, and cartilage or bone.
- Pacific herring – whole and wild-caught from Canada’s North Pacific.
- Pacific pilchard – whole and wild-caught from Canada’s North Pacific.
- Arrowtooth flounder – whole and wild-caught from Canada’s North Pacific.
- Silver hake – whole and wild-caught from Canada’s North Pacific.
- Redstripe rockfish – whole and wild-caught from Canada’s North Pacific.
Ingredients: Fresh whole Pacific herring (14%), fresh whole Pacific pilchard (12%), fresh whole arrowtooth flounder (8%), whole herring meal (8%), Pacific cod meal (7%), whole whiting meal (7%), whole green peas, whole red lentils, whole chickpeas, whole green lentils, pollock oil (6%), fresh whole silver hake (4%), fresh whole redstripe rockfish (4%), whole pinto beans, whole yellow peas, sun-cured alfalfa, cold-pressed sunflower oil, lentil fibre, dried brown kelp, fresh pumpkin, fresh butternut squash, fresh parsnips, fresh green kale, fresh spinach, fresh mustard greens, fresh turnip greens, fresh carrots, fresh Red Delicious apples, fresh Bartlett pears, freeze-dried cod liver (0.1%), fresh cranberries, fresh blueberries, chicory root, turmeric root, milk thistle, burdock root, lavender, marshmallow root, rosehips, enterococcus faecium.