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Low Oxalate Salmon Dinner

Nutritionally balanced. Based in science. Made with love.



Our Low Oxalate Salmon Dinner is a fish favourite with dogs. It’s low in oxalates, to help prevent oxalate bladder stones, yet full of flavour! Your pooch won’t realize it’s good for him.

Human grade ingredients, including salmon, white rice, Zucchini, Peas, Cauliflower, and more. Full ingredient list below.

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The Healthy Barker's Low Oxolate Recipes

Whole Foods, Balanced Nutrition, Digestive Health, Based in Science

  • Whole food, human grade ingredients
  • Nutritionally balanced for optimal health
  • Easily digestible for best nutrient absorption
  • Recipes based in science, to meet your dog’s nutritional needs

Our low oxalate meals promote less-acidic and more dilute urine, to help prevent oxalate bladder stones. They are a complete and balanced combination of protein, fat, carbohydrates and nutrients. It looks like real food, because it is. No patties, balls, kibbles or freeze dried concoctions. Just. Real. Food.

We lovingly prepare our food in small batches, to protect food quality and reduce waste. The ingredients maximize a dog’s ability to digest the food and ensure the right amount of nutrients are being absorbed by your pooch. Whole food, nutritionally balanced, based in science. Good for you. Good for your dog.



Atlantic Salmon, White Rice, Cottage Cheese, Zucchini, Peas, Cauliflower, Safflower Oil (70% linoleic acid), Calcium Carbonate, Potassium Chloride, Zinc, Choline, Manganese, Kelp Powder, Wholefood Multivitamin

Manufactured by: The Healthy Barker, Kitchener, ON  N2H 5H6

Our recipes are formulated to be complete and balanced, with the assistance of our pet nutritionist and meet and exceed the guidelines of the National Research Council (NRC).



  1. 238.14 kcal/cup


  • 8.58%Protein (min)
  • 5%Fat (min)
  • 5%Fiber
  • 10.1%Carbohydrates
  • 75.57%Moisture

Feeding / Usage

Determining the correct size for meals depends on the type of dog food, how many times a day your dog eats, size, metabolic rate, the amount of exercise and more. Each dog is different and has different needs. Use the chart below as a starting point for daily food allowance and adjust to suit your pooch's lifestyle and activity level.

Feeding Guide for Dogs

Use a standard 8 oz. measuring cup and divide the amount per day into the desired feedings per day. For example: 8 oz. x 2 meals per day = 2 meals @ 4 oz. each.

Feed app. 1/3 cup for every 10 lbs. over 100 lbs. Puppies may require 2 - 3 times the adult feeding guide. For pregnant or nursing dogs free-choice feeding is recommended. Always provide plenty of water.

Not sure about the amount to feed your canine friend? Contact Us and we'll help you figure it out.