Grain Free Salmon With Trout, Sweet Potato & Asparagus
100% British Product – British Made with ingredients supplied from within the UK only for your peace of mind.
Healthy Choice – No added sugar, sweeteners or salt.
Strict Quality Control – Made to extremely high standards for the best quality dog food.
Salmon is naturally rich in omega 3 essential fatty acids which have anti-inflammatory properties and provide support for skin and coat condition and joint health.
Asparagus is rich in vitamins A, C and K plus folic acid which
all help contribute to general health & well-being.
50% Total Salmon & Trout:
Rich in amino acids, vitamins & minerals salmon & trout are delicious sources of protein.
An excellent alternative to grains, sweet potato is a complex carbohydrate high in B vitamins.
Added Omega 3:
Supplement To help support healthy skin & coat.
Pre-biotics MOS (Mannan-oligosaccharides) & FOS (Fructo-oligosaccharides) which
may help to promote the growth of healthy gut bacteria and aid digestion.
No Added Artificial:
Colours & Preservatives, Naturally preserved using rosemary extract.
Salmon & Trout 50% (including Freshly Prepared Salmon & Trout 36%, Dried Salmon 12% & Salmon Stock 2%), Sweet Potato (24%), Peas (9%), Potato, Beet Pulp, Linseed, Omega 3 Supplement, Minerals, Vitamins, Vegetable Stock, Asparagus (0.3%), FOS (96 mg/kg), MOS (24 mg/kg)
Crude Protein 26% Crude Fat 11% Crude Fibre 3% Crude Ash 7.5% Moisture 8% NFE 44.5% Metabolisable Energy 359 kcal/100g Omega 6 1.1% Omega 3 3% Calcium 1.4% Phosphorus 0.9%
Vitamin A 15,000 IU, Vitamin D3 2,000 IU, Vitamin E 95 IU
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.