Puppy Chicken, Salmon and Tripe

From £4.54
For 1kg
In stock

To add variety to your puppy’s diet, try our Chicken, Salmon and Tripe recipe made using yummy meats and bone as well as offal, this is a tasty meal for your puppy. 

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Puppy Chicken, Salmon and Tripe

From £4.54
For 1kg

Product Details


Chicken with bone (35%)

Beef Green Tripe (16%)

Beef Liver (4%)

Butternut Squash

Sea kelp

Scottish Salmon Oil

Salmon with bone (25%)

Beef Heart (5%)





Moisture 71.4%, Protein 14.2%, Fat 11.6%, Fibre 0.4%, Calcium 0.4%, Phosphorus 0.2%, Sodium 0.1%, Inorganic Matter 1.8%


Product Information

A frozen complete and balanced raw food for puppies (available in 1kg or 2x500g portions)

Delivery Charges within the UK

5-9 kilos = £7.50

10+ kilos = FREE SHIPPING

*Excludes Isle of Man, Isles of Scilly, Isle of Wight and Channel Islands.

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Limited Edition? No

Perfect for all life's stages...

Our Natural Dog Food Range comes in a variety of flavours and contains ingredients for all life's stages.  From Weaning Paste, a finely ground chicken meat and bone recipe, perfect for puppies being weaned off their mother’s milk to Natural Senior, a recipe suitable for dogs who feel their age as it contains additional supplements known to help those dogs with aging and stiff joints.  There is even a recipe in this range for those dogs suffering from pancreatitis, colitis and IBS – and those who need to lose some weight!

Lovingly made in Surrey

All our recipes are made using the freshest meats, poultry and ethically sourced fish.  Our complete dog food recipes also have added fruit and vegetables.  We do not use any artificial additives, colours, preservatives, fillers or grains. With a wide variety of flavours, you should find something to suit your dog and cat's tastes and needs.

What makes our raw pet food so good?