- 100% Natural Wet Dog Food
- Made In The Heart Of Devon
- Packed With 75% Of Chicken
- Slow Cooked At Low Temperatures To Retain Nutrients
- No Artificial Colours, Preservatives, Flavouring, Wheat Or Sugars
The Forthglade Chicken with Liver, Brown Rice & Vegetables is always a hit when its put down, and the dogs just cant get enough of it, even better its a nutrient powerhouse.
Containing 75% Chicken, 70% of which is freshly prepared delivering a fantastic source of highly digestible protein. The remaining 5% is from chicken liver, but what a punch that packs, containing Thiamine, Zinc, Copper and Manganese, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Vitamin B12, Pantothenic Acid, Iron, Phosphorus and Selenium as well as being a great source of protein.
Chicken liver can be high in cholesterol so, if your dog is carrying a little extra, its not advisable to feed this on a regular basis. Theres even more vitamins and minerals with the carrots, peas and seaweed and a solid dose of fibre from the brown rice, helping to keep your dog fuller for longer.
Youll also find Omega-3 for a shiny coat and immune system booster, prebiotics to help promote the growth of friendly bacteria, yucca to help reduce stool odor and glucosamine and chondroitin for joint support.
We're certain you've worked out by now, this is super good for your dog and its obviously delicious because its gone in a flash.
Just like us humans, dogs get little sniffles and down days during winter, well this is their equivalent of the homemade chicken soup.
Our recommended feeding amounts are here to help you, but no-one knows your four-legged friend better than you do, so do feel free to tailor them based on your dogs individual lifestyle. As a general guide if your dog is very active you should consider feeding a little more, and likewise if your dog isn’t very active you may want to consider feeding less.
This a complete wet pet food for dogs, but it can be used as an accompaniment to a good quality, natural dry food – just make sure your adjust the quantities to avoid over-feeding.
As with all changes to your dogs' diet - if you're using the product for the first time, you should gradually introduce it to your dog over a period of 5 days to avoid any unnecessary tummy upset.