Always supply clean, fresh water. This is a raw meat product and should be handled accordingly.
Wash hands after use.
Usually, puppies should be fed to appetite from 4-6 weeks. From 7 weeks old please refer to the feeding guide.
Remember this is a guide and a common-sense approach is needed. Puppies should be lean and not over weight to protect their joints. Please use careful observation as your pup develops and call us for advice if necessary.
As your dog matures, begin reducing the total daily amount to 2-3% in line with the feeding guide, monitoring their weight carefully, so that you can adjust portions as necessary. Remember, every dog has a different metabolism and nutritional requirements, so feeding should be matched to his individual needs.
Until your puppy is 16 weeks old we recommend spreading your dog’s daily food allowance over four meals per day. From 17 to 24 weeks of age reduce this to 3 meals a day. After this, 2 meals a day is preferable.
Keep frozen until use Ensure product is fully defrosted and keep refrigerated. Use within 72 hours of opening
Meat: Made with premium human grade meat which is an excellent source of protein. Provides hormones, enzymes, energy and keeps the immune system strong. Carrots: Loaded with carotenoids, fibre, vitamins C and K, as well as potassium. They are known to have magnesium, most of the B vitamins and phosphorus. Broccoli: An excellent source of dietary fibre and calcium for dogs. Kale: A supercharged leafy vegetable that contains an abundant amount of vitamins, including A, C and E. A source of protein, vitamins C, E and the full B complex plus minerals such as zinc and copper. Seaweed: A fantastic source of vitamin A. Beneficial in maintaining good coat and skin condition. Cod Liver Oil: Rich in omega 3, 6 and 9. Enhances skin and coat condition. Also aids joint flexibility. Flax Seed Oil: Contains antibacterial properties. Boosts the immune system to help prevent infection. Coconut Oil: A crucial coat conditioner.
Moisture – the natural presence found in the ingredients
Protein – are biological molecules consisting of one or more chains of amino acids
Fat – includes all fats: saturated fats, trans fats, and the unsaturated fats, polyunsaturated and monounsaturated
Ash (inorganic matter) – is the inorganic residue remaining after the water and organic matter have been removed
Fibre – the term given to the indigestible part of food