Burns Adult Wet Dog Food Pouches - Chicken
Keep your sensitive dog happy at mealtimes with these hypoallergenic Burns pouches.
How it works
This delicious wet food is hypoallergenic and made with natural ingredients. It’s designed to be gentle on a sensitive stomach, which can help relieve symptoms in dogs that suffer from food allergies and intolerances. It comes in four tempting flavours – egg, chicken, lamb and fish – to help make mealtimes exciting again.
The pouches are full of protein, which provides much-needed energy for an active lifestyle, as well as vitamins to support the immune system. Brown rice has been included as an easily digestible carbohydrate that can encourage regular bowel movements.
This mix is ethically produced by Penlan Farm from sustainable sources for your peace of mind and is suitable for adult dogs over the age of nine months.
- hypoallergenic food made without wheat, soya, dairy, artificial colourings or preservatives
- suitable for dogs over the age of nine months
- supports the immune system with vitamins A, D and E
- four flavours: chicken, egg, lamb and fish
When to use it
Food allergies and intolerances can make your dog uncomfortable. Make mealtimes a pleasure again with these Burns Penlan Farm pouches. They’re formulated without the ingredients that commonly cause digestive issues in dogs, including wheat, dairy and soya, and don’t include anything artificial, which is ideal if your dog follows an all-natural diet.
Adjust the amount of food you give your dog daily according to their breed, age and weight, as this affects their level of activity and how much energy they need. Small breeds weighing around ten kilograms require around 400 grams daily, while bigger animals weighing more than 30 kilograms can eat 1200 grams. To avoid unnecessary weight gain, reduce this amount if you decide to mix this wet food with dry kibble.
Chicken, Brown Rice & Vegetables
Organic Chicken (min 20%), Organic Brown Rice (min 20%), Seasonal Vegetables (min 20%), Vitamins and Minerals.
Analysis: Protein 4. 80%, Oil 2. 60%, Fibre 2. 30%, Moisture 78. 6%, Ash 1. 5%, Vitamin A 5000 iu/kg, Vitamin D3 500 iu/kg, Vitamin E 36 iu/kg, Copper 8mg/kg.
Egg, Brown Rice & Vegetables
Free range egg (min 20%), Organic Brown Rice (min 20%), Seasonal Vegetables (min 20%), Vitamins and Minerals.
Analysis: Protein 5. 70%, Oil 3. 3%, Fibre 1. 1%, Moisture 69. 4%, Ash 0. 7%, Vitamin A 5000 iu/kg, Vitamin D3 500 iu/kg, Vitamin E 36 iu/kg, Copper 8mg/kg.
Lamb, Brown Rice & Vegetables
Lamb Hearts (min 20%), Organic Brown Rice (min 20%), Seasonal Vegetables (min 20%), Vitamins and Minerals.
Analysis: Protein 4. 95%, Oil 3. 3%, Fibre 0. 7%, Moisture 78. 2%, Ash 1. 5%, Vitamin A 5000 iu/kg, Vitamin D3 500 iu/kg, Vitamin E 36 iu/kg, Copper 8mg/kg.
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Great productWe have fed all of our Springers on Burns food for many years and the quality is just superb. Lovely natural ingredients.
Got my dog jumping for joyMy 4 year old black lab has eaten the dry food version of this from being a puppy, after a little illness that had her on antibiotics, she wouldnâ€™t eat the dry food, quite concerning for a labrador. So after trying all sorts to tempt her to eat this again. This wet food has done the trick, she is literally jumping around for this, mixed with the dry. The guidelines for mixing are very useful.
Like home cooked food...loved by my dogs.I had been feeding my 3 Shih Tzu's a different brand of high quality food that they all loved. However one of them had surgery and was really off her food for about a week so I tried this food to tempt her as it's based on home cooked food and all 3 absolutely loved it, it went down so well that I'd changed brands permanently. Really pleased.
My bichons love itGlad I brought this product both my bichons love it.which they are both prone to allergies from addatives from other foods.found this one is fine no problems at all so far
Fabulous quality foodMy Cavalier absolutely loves this food. He has a small amount mixed in with his kibble