Raw Chicken & Salmon Working Dog Food

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For 1kg
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Made using British chicken and ethically sourced salmon together with our usual fruit and vegetable mix and added vitamin C, this recipe helps support a healthy immune system and to maintain healthy ligaments and joints.

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Ingredients

British Chicken with Bone (50%)

Carrot

Apple

Butternut Squash

Salmon with Bone (35%)

Spinach

Sea kelp

Scottish Salmon Oil

Additives

Vitamin C (50mg per kg)

 

Analysis

Moisture 67.2%, Protein 13.2%, Fat 14.8%, Fibre 0.8%, Calcium 0.8%, Phosphorus 0.6%, Sodium 0.1%, Inorganic Matter 3.0%

 

Product Information

A frozen complete and balanced raw food for working dogs.  Available in 1kg or 2x500g tubs.

Delivery Charges within the UK

5-24 kilos = £7.50

24-35 kilos = £10.00

36+ kilos FREE SHIPPING


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

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Made using chicken and salmon and with added vitamin C this recipe helps support a healthy immune system and to maintain healthy ligaments and joints.

A great variety of flavours...

Our Working Dog Food Range comes in a variety of flavours with every recipe in this range containing a slightly higher percentage of protein and added vitamin C*.   The yummy recipes in this range include not only 100% British meats, but the freshest fruit and vegetables, ensuring they are perfectly balanced and complete for your faithful friend.

*except Working Dog Puppy

100% British meats & poultry

All our recipes are made in Surrey using 100% British meats and poultry and ethically sourced fish.  Our complete dog food recipes also have the freshest 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?