When it comes to yummy, good food we think what stays out is just as important as what goes in. That's why you'll find no nasties like artificial flavours, colours or preservatives in our food. To help stay healthy and happy, we skip the added sugar and salt and focus on the good stuff like freshly prepared chicken.
We avoid common allergens like gluten, eggs and dairy and add probiotics as a helping hand in maintaining a healthy digestive system.
Puppy training can be ruff! To give your pup the brightest start in life, we've included a natural source of EPA & DHA, to support cognitive & visual development.
Big friendly giants need extra TLC for their joints - that's why we've added a healthy dose of glucosamine and chondroitin, and carefully managed the calcium: phosphorus ratio too.
Our simple yet delicious recipes pack so much goodness in every bite, you may find you don't need to feed as much as other brands; saving you money and creating less waste (smaller poops) win win!
The Good Stuff
Protein - Packed with delicious freshly prepared chicken that tastes great and is easy to digest
Rice & Oats - Believed to be gentle on tummies and may help keep cholesterol in check
Essential Fatty Acids - From chicken & salmon for healthy skin and glossy coats
Probiotics - Added probiotics to help support a healthy digestive system
Alfalfa & Carrots - A nutritious source of fibre
Added Vitamins & Minerals - Extra goodies to ensure every meal is balanced and complete
- 63% chicken
- Proudly British
- No added nasties
- DHA for bright pups
- Naturally hypoallergenic
- Added probiotics
- Gluten free
Puppies up to 24 months old
63% Chicken (35.5% Freshly Prepared Chicken, 21% Dried Chicken, 5% Chicken Fat, 1.5% Chicken Liver), Brown Rice (17%), Oats (12.5%), Alfalfa, Salmon Oil (1.8%), Linseed, Dried Carrot, Minerals, Vitamins, FOS (2404mg/kg), Glucosamine (890mg/kg), MSM (890mg/kg), Chondroitin Sulphate (625mg/kg)
|Crude Oils & Fat
|Gut Flora Stabilisers:
|4b1705/Enterococcus faecium 10415
For Large Breed Puppies
Every puppy is different and their needs will change as they grow but here's our guide based on their age and size. Fresh water should be available at all times.
Puppy Weight: 2kg, 1-3 Months: 100-170g
Puppy Weight: 4kg, 1-3 Months: 170-280g, 3-4 Months: 140-235g
Puppy Weight: 8kg, 1-3 Months: 280-450g, 3-4 Months: 235-380g, 5-7 Months: 195-315g
Puppy Weight: 15kg, 1-3 Months: 450-560g, 3-4 Months: 380-470g, 5-7 Months: 315-390g, 8-12 Months: 370-330g
Puppy Weight: 20kg, 1-3 Months: 560-650g, 3-4 Months: 470-640g, 5-7 Months: 390-530g, 8-12 Months: 330-450g, 12-24 Months: 290-395g
Puppy Weight: 30kg, 3-4 Months: 640-790g, 5-7 Months: 530-660g, 8-12 Months: 450-560g, 12-24 Months: 395-490g
Puppy Weight: 40kg, 3-4 Months: 790-865g, 5-7 Months: 660-780g, 8-12 Months: 560-660g, 12-24 Months: 490-580g
Puppy Weight: 50kg, 5-7 Months: 780-895g, 8-12 Months: 660-760g, 12-24 Months: 580-665g
Puppy Weight: 60kg, 5-7 Months: 895-950g, 8-12 Months: 760-850g, 12-24 Months: 665-745g
Puppy Weight: 70kg, 8-12 Months: 850-900g, 12-24 Months: 745-785g
If overweight, reduce the daily serving until the desired weight is met. Once achieved, feed the appropriate amount to sustain this weight.
Brunch, Tea, or Supper?
We recommend splitting the daily amount into 3-4 equal meals.
New to this recipe?
We suggest a gradual change over 7-10 days.
Like to snack?
This complete meal is all your dog needs.
If you like to give treats, please feed a little less.
Warning: Being in close proximity can cause sniffalitis - excessive sniffing of my bottom!