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Goood Adult - Free Range Lamb

A protein source for sensitive dogs and good for the joints
High-value meat protein

High-value meat protein



Free from artificial preservatives

Free from artificial preservatives

For bones & joints

For bones & joints

Adult - Free Range Lamb

Grain-free canned food with succulent lamb meat - even for sensitive dogs

By natural sheep farming, we mean sheep and lambs who live in meadows, can graze to their hearts’ content and have access to shelter in bad weather. This makes their meat tender and succulent. The carrots and parsnips come from farms in our region. The grain-free recipe is adapted to the needs of larger dogs. It needs no added sugar and no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. You can mix our canned food with dry food, or serve it on its own - it is well tolerated and will be enjoyed even by dogs with food intolerances.

  •  With succulent lamb meat from free range farms.
  • High proportion of regional raw ingredients.
  • Gently prepared.
  • Good for the joints.

Complete feed for adult dogs

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What is in the feed and what is it good for?

Lamb is well tolerated and supplies important minerals. Glucosamine and chondroitin are important for the joints. Hemp has the optimum ratio of omega 3 to omega 6 fatty acids. These play a significant role for the whole body.


lamb (total 65 %, consisting of lamb meat, lamb heart, lamb stomach, lamb liver), potatoes (4 %), parsley (0.5 %), blueberries (0.5 %), hemp seeds (0.4 %), glucosamine (0.4 %), chondroitin (0.4 %)


Analytical constituents

What detailed components does it have?

Crude protein  10.7 % Good for growth, muscles, cell structure, metabolism and immune system
Crude fat 6.1 % Gives energy. Contains essential fatty acids. Supports the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins
Crude fibre 0.9 % Good for digestion and intestinal flora. Contains dietary fibre
Crude ash 1.9 % Describes the mineral and trace element content
Moisture 79.1 %  


What additional substances are in it?

Vitamins / kg:
vitamin D3 (3a671) 200 IU, vitamin E (3a700i) 20 mg

Trace elements / kg:
copper (3b405) 2.7 mg, zinc (3b605) 21 mg, manganese (3b502) 2.16 mg, iodine (3b202) 0.4 mg

Feeding Suggestion

What is the best way to feed my dog?

The amounts shown are simply for guidance. Your dog’s individual needs will depend on age, breed, weight, activity and whether he lives indoors or out. Give the food at room temperature and always have fresh water available.

Ideal weight Normal requirement
2 kg 155 g
5 kg 310 g
10 kg 520 g
15 kg 710 g
20 kg 880 g
25 kg 1040 g
30 kg 1195 g
35 kg 1340 g
40 kg 1480 g
50 kg 1750 g