Grain Free Chicken With Sweet Potato & Herbs
Packed with benefits for your dog:
55% Chicken – A higher meat content than many supermarket foods and even a lot of pet shop diets too. This is a more natural formulation, designed to better mimic the ancestral diet of the dog.
Minimum 31% Freshly prepared meat – Providing a highly digestible protein source in a natural and traditional way
Single source animal protein – Helping to keep the diet simple for dogs with allergies to certain ingredients
No added Grain – The lack of wheat, corn or other added grains means this diet can be better suited do sensitive dogs as there are less common allergy causing ingredients.
Added Omega 3 supplement – Supporting cognitive function, visual development and reducing inflammation support by providing a source of EPA & DHA
No added artificial colours & preservatives – keeping it natural
Chicken 55% (including 31% Freshly Prepared Chicken, 21% Dried Chicken & 3% Chicken Stock), Sweet Potato (26%), Peas, Potato (5%), Beet Pulp, Linseed, Omega 3 Supplement, Vitamins & Minerals, Vegetable Stock, Marjoram, Basil, Oregano, Sage, Thyme, Parsley, FOS (92 mg/kg), MOS (23 mg/kg).
Vitamins; Vitamin A (as retinyl acetate) 15,000 IU/kg, Vitamin D3 (as cholecalciferol) 2,250 IU/kg, Vitamin E (as alpha tocopherol acetate) 160 mg/kg. Trace Elements: Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate 130 mg/kg, Ferrous Sulphate Monohydrate 160 mg/kg, Manganous Sulphate Monohydrate 110 mg/kg, Calcium Iodate Anhydrous 1.58 mg/kg, Sodium Selenite 0.60 mg/kg.
Crude Protein 26%, Crude Oil and Fats 14%, Crude Fibres 4%, Crude Ash 8%, Moisture 8%, NFE 41%, Metabolisable Energy 350 Kcal/100g, Omega 6 2.33%, Omega 3 1.32%, Calcium 1.62%, Phosphorus 1.13%
Round medium kibble approx 5mm x 14mm
1 – 5kg dog – 25 – 90 grams per day
5 – 10kg dog – 90 – 150 grams per day
10 – 20kg dog – 150 – 250 grams per day
20 – 30kg dog – 250 – 340 grams per day
30 – 40kg dog – 340 – 420 grams per day
40+ kg dog – 420+ grams per day
NB: This is a feeding guide only, please monitor and adjust the quantity based on the breed, age and activity level of the dog. When a dog changes food this should always be done gradually, slowly introducing the new food over a period of around two weeks.