• 53% total salmon and trout
  • Grain & gluten-free
  • Added omega 3
  • No added artificial colours & preservatives

A complete grain-free meal for small breed dogs made with real, freshly prepared salmon. With 53% total salmon, naturally rich in amino acids, vitamins and minerals, and wholesome sweet potato and asparagus for added flavour and a gentle alternative to grains, this recipe is perfect for small breed dogs that thrive on a grain-free diet.

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Salmon & Trout 53% (including Freshly Prepared Salmon & Trout 27%, Dried Salmon 20%, Salmon Oil 4% & Salmon Stock 2%), Sweet Potato (22%), Peas (9%), Potato, Beet Pulp, Linseed, Minerals, Vitamins, Omega 3 Supplement, Vegetable Stock, Asparagus (0.3%), FOS (96 mg/kg), MOS (24 mg/kg)

Analytical Constituents

Crude Protein 27% Crude Fat 15% Crude Fibre 3% Crude Ash 8% Moisture 8% NFE 39% Metabolisable Energy 376 kcal/100g Omega 6 1.1% Omega 3 3.5% Calcium 1.6% Phosphorus 1.5%

Nutritional Additives per KG

Vitamins: Vitamin A 15,000 IU, Vitamin D3 2,000 IU, Vitamin E 95 IU Trace Elements: Zinc (Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate) 50mg, Iron (Iron (II) Sulphate Monohydrate) 50mg, Manganese (Manganous Sulphate Monohydrate) 35mg, Iodine (Calcium Iodate Anhydrous) 1mg

This range is suitable for any dog in good health, but it's also especially good for dogs with a grain intolerance or sensitive digestion.

Our Grain Free Dog Food is not only easy to digest, but it's packed with high quality, responsibly sourced proteins too. The high proportion of freshly prepared meat and addition of wholesome fruits and vegetables means your dog's diet gets maximum nutritional benefit.

This complete and balanced range of Grain Free dog food is also enriched with vitamins, minerals and Omega 3 to promote a healthy coat and overall wellbeing.

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