Contains 75% fresh meat and bone.
Specially designed for dogs suffering from kidney disease, bladder stones, and liver problems.
A low-purine diet is key to prevention in susceptible breeds.
Low in fat for dogs with pancreatitis.
British Beef Green Tripe, British Chicken with Bone, Fresh Carrots, Fresh Pumpkin, Fresh Broccoli, Fresh Green Curly Kale, Scottish Cold Water Salmon Oil, Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, Raw Sea Kelp Powder (Laminaria japonica), Bilberry Powder (Vaccinium Myrtillus), Spirulina Powder (Spirulina platensis), Wheat Grass Juice Powder, Barley Grass Juice Powder, Chicory Root Powder. Whole Milled Flaxseed, Whole Milled Sesame Seeds, Whole Milled Sunflower Seeds, Wheat Germ Oil (natural vitamin E)
Typical analysis as fed: Moisture 69.1%, Protein 14.2%, Fat 7.9%, Ash (inorganic matter) 3.4%, Fibre 2.6%
Moisture – the natural presence found in the ingredients
Protein – are biological molecules consisting of one or more chains of amino acids
Fat – includes all fats: saturated fats, trans fats, and the unsaturated fats, polyunsaturated and monounsaturated
Ash (inorganic matter) – is the inorganic residue remaining after the water and organic matter have been removed
Fibre – the term given to the indigestible part of food
Omega-3 fatty acid mg/100g 2.86
Omega-6 fatty acid mg/100g 0.57
Calcium mg/100g 1.2
Phosphorus mg/100g 0.8
Sodium mg/100g 0.7
Potassium mg/100g 0.5
Vitamin A IU/100g 75
Vitamin C mg/100g 5.7
Vitamin D IU/100g 17
Vitamin E mg/100g 1.8
B6 mg/100g <0.01
B12 mcg/100g 0.6
Calcium / Phosphorus ratio 1.5/1
A full grown adult dog should be fed around 2-3% of the dog’s ideal body weight per day, ideally spread over two meals. If your dog needs to lose some weight, try feeding slightly less than this quantity, or switch to a meat with a lower fat content, until the ideal weight has been achieved. Don’t forget that exercise is essential too!
If your dog has been eating the same protein every day for months or years, there is a good chance he or she may develop an allergy to it. Contrary to popular belief, dogs need diversity in their diets just like humans do – so don’t be afraid to mix up your usual order a bit and give your dog some variety!