High-value meat protein
Free from artificial preservatives
For bones & joints
Tasty lamb from free range farms for little gourmets
Our lamb meat is full of important minerals such as iron and calcium. It comes exclusively from certified free range farms, where sheep and lambs gambol in the meadows and eat an entirely natural diet. We gently process the healthy lamb meat and supplement the grain-free recipe with natural ingredients from our region such as carrots and parsnips. So your pet receives exactly what he or she needs for a vibrant and energetic life. Our natural recipe needs no added sugar and no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. It is easy to digest and suitable even for sensitive doggy tums.
- For adult dogs up to 10 kg.
- Smaller kibble.
- With succulent lamb meat from free range farms.
- High proportion of raw ingredients from our region.
- Gently prepared.
- With green-lipped mussels.
- Good for bones and joints.
Free range lamb is especially tender and beautifully succulent. It contains protein and important minerals, and is well tolerated Sunflower oil contains lots of essential fatty acids, while hemp is rich in nutrients and vital ingredients. So you are feeding your pet the very best.
Complete feed for adult dogs up to 10 kg..
Potatoes*, lamb protein* from free range farms (25 %), poultry fat, potato protein*, beet pulp* (desugared), hydrolysed liver, lignocellulose, sunflower oil (1.6 %), apple pomace*, sodium chloride (from sea salt), canola oil, carrots*, parsnips*, parsley root*, parsley leaves*, mussel meat* (0.1 %), glucosamine (0.1 %), hemp flour (0.04 %); (total regional vegetable mix 1%);
Crude protein 24.0 % Good for growth, muscles, cell structure, metabolism and immune system Crude fat 12.0 % Gives energy. Contains essential fatty acids. Supports the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins Crude fibre 3.5 % Good for digestion and intestinal flora. Contains dietary fibre Crude ash 9.0 % Describes the mineral and trace element content Calcium 1.3 % Good for bones and teeth, nerve functions and blood clotting. Activates enzymes and hormones Phosphorus 0.8 % Good for development of bones and teeth and metabolism. Energy to the cells Sodium 0.5 % Good for the electrolyte balance, nerve impulses, heart rhythm and muscle activity Potassium 0.85 % Good for the electrolyte balance, heart function and the transmission of nerve impulses Magnesium 0.1 % Good for bone development, nerve functions, formation of body protein and energy generation Omega 6 fatty acids 2.5 % Good for various metabolic and repair processes in the body, for skin & coat, and for brain & nerves Omega 3 fatty acids 0.3 % Good for a glossy coat and healthy skin barrier
Vitamins / kg:
Vitamin A (3a672a) 12000 IU, vitamin D3 (3a671) 1000 IU, vitamin E (3a700) 120 mg, vitamin B1 (3a821) 5 mg, vitamin B2 (3a825ii) 5 mg, vitamin B6 (3a831) 5 mg, biotin (3a880) 600 mcg, calcium-d-pantothenate (3a841) 13 mg, niacin (3a314) 60 mg, vitamin B12 90 mcg
Trace elements / kg:
Iron (as 3b103) 100 mg, copper (as 3b405) 10 mg, zinc (as 3b603) 80 mg, manganese (as 3b502) 12 mg, iodine (as 3b202) 1.1 mg, selenium (as 3b801) 0.1 mg. Antioxidant, tocopherol-rich extracts from plant oils 1b306(i)
Amino acids /kg:
DL-methionine (3c301) 1000 mg, L-tryptophan (3c440) 1000 mg;
If your pooch likes it crunchy, then just feed it dry. Alternatively add a little fresh warm water (roughly 60 °C) and soak the biscuits for a few minutes to soften them. Don’t forget! Your dog needs constant access to fresh drinking water. If you give him snacks, you should reduce the amount of food at dinner time. If your faithful friend is on the chubby side, reduce the amount of food by up to 15%. Don’t worry. He will still love you. ;-) If your dog runs around enthusiastically for three or more hours every day, you can give him up to 15% extra.
Ideal weight Normal requirement 2 kg 45 g 3.5 kg 70 g 5 kg 90 g 7.5 kg 125 g 10 kg 155 g