Lily's Kitchen Proper Food for Dogs Cottage Pie 6 x 400g

RRP: £15.00

You save: £1.83 (12%)

£13.17 55p per 100g
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This product has recently had a title change (previously Beef, Potato & Vegetable Dinner), please rest assured that all ingredients remain the same.

A complete grain-free wet food made with freshly prepared cuts of beef and loads of organic vegetables and fruits.

Product Information

A delicious complete wet dog food made with freshly prepared cuts of beef, loads of organic vegetables and fruits, heaps of nutritious herbs, plus all the essential vitamins and minerals your dog needs for a really healthy diet. This recipe is grain free and completely natural, so is great if your dog is intolerant to rice or other grains.

Only real meat: no rendered animal parts, carcass or derivatives, nothing genetically modified, no artificial preservatives, colours, taste enhancers or sweeteners. No wheat, corn or soya. We use only wholesome meats, grains, herbs - roots, flowers and leaves, fruit and vegetables - to produce a delicious, nutritious, digestible food for your dog.

Ingredients

60% Freshly Prepared Beef, Organic Potato, Organic Carrots, Organic Broccoli, Organic Green Beans, Organic Apples, Flaxseed, Omega 3 & 6. Botanical Herbs: Alfalfa, Golden Rod, Cleavers, Dandelion Root, Nettles, Celery Seed, Rosehips, Marigold Petals, Burdock Root, Aniseed, Milk Thistle, Kelp.

Analysis

Analytical Constituents...
Crude Protein: 9.8%
Crude Fats and Oils: 6.1%
Crude Fibres: 0.4%
Crude Ash: 1.7%
Moisture: 74.0%
Calories 114 kCal/100g
Nutritional Additives (per kg)...
Vitamin D3 200 IU, Vitamin E 30 mg, Zinc chelate of amino acids hydrate 15 mg, Manganous chelate of amino acids hydrate 3 mg, Iodine as calcium iodate 0,75 mg, Organic selenium S.cerevisiae CNCM I-3060 0,03 mg.
Technological additives...
Natural Cassia Gum 2,900 mg/kg.

Feeding Guide

Please see additional image for feeding guide.

Suitable for adult & senior dogs and puppies 4 months+

Requirements depend on the amount of exercise, age, breed, environmental factors, neutered status and individual variation.