What makes our food special?
This recipe is carefully crafted using natural ingredients with vitamins and minerals. Full of real, top notch fresh meat and vegetables, it's completely free from nasty meat meals and fillers.
This is Proper Food for Pets
A source of omega 3 fatty acids to support heart health.
Green Lipped Mussel
Contains essential fatty acids, great support for healthy joints.
Prebiotics FOS & MOS
Great for supporting a healthy digestive system.
Suitable for 8+ years older dogs, Complete nutrition, Natural & delicious, Single protein, Fresh proper meat, Grain free recipe, Omega 3, Vet approved recipe
60% Fresh Turkey, Cranberries (4%), Parsnips (3%), Carrots, Sugar Snap Peas, Vitamins & Chelated Minerals, Salmon Oil (0.1%), Green Lipped Mussel (0.1%), Seaweed, Prebiotics FOS & MOS (0.2%), Botanicals & Herbs: Golden Rod, Nettle, Aniseed, Celery Seed, Rosehips, Marigold Petals, Cleavers, Seaweed, Alfalfa, Milk Thistle, Dandelion Root, Burdock Root
|Crude Fats & Oils
|Additives (per kg)
|Zinc Chelate of Amino Acids Hydrate
|Cupric Chelate of Amino Acids Hydrate
|Manganous Chelate of Amino Acids Hydrate
|Iodine as Calcium Iodate
|Locus Bean Gum
Daily Feeding Guidelines
It has everything your dog needs to stay healthy. Serve it at room temperature with a bowl of fresh water nearby.
Dog Size: 1-5kg, Grams Per Day: 90-300g
Dog Size: 6-10kg, Grams Per Day: 350-515g
Dog Size: 11-15kg, Grams Per Day: 555-700g
Dog Size: 16-25kg, Grams Per Day: 730-1025g
Use this chart as a general guide along with your own experience, as the servings can vary with age, breed, exercise and even weather. For overweight dogs, base
your daily serving on target weight, not actual weight.
This is a complete food for adult dogs 7 years+. Feed once or twice per day and ideally at room temperature. A bowl of fresh water should be nearby.
Please see additional image for feeding guide.
Requirements depend on the amount of exercise, age, breed and environmental variation. The chart can be used as a general guide, together with good sense and experience. For overweight dogs, daily amounts should be based on target weight not actual weight.