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James Wellbeloved Dog Adult Fish & Vegetable Grain Free

James Wellbeloved Dog Adult Fish & Vegetable Grain Free
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James Wellbeloved Dog Adult Fish & Vegetable is a dry food especially for dogs with sensitive tummies. What it's for If your dog has an allergic reaction to their food, it can make them... Read more

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James Wellbeloved Dog Adult Fish & Vegetable is a dry food especially for dogs with sensitive tummies.

What it's for
If your dog has an allergic reaction to their food, it can make them very poorly. Intolerances could also lead to more serious illnesses and digestive problems, too. Luckily, it's easy to spot if your pooch is having trouble with their food. If they're being sick after eating, need the toilet a lot, or get skin rashes, it could mean they're allergic to something they're eating. If you do spot these signs, take them to your vets as soon as you can for a check up.  
James Wellbeloved has been carefully created with ingredients that are much less likely to upset your best friend's tum while still making sure they get all the goodness they need from their food.

Key benefits 

  •    added omega 3 and 6 keep your dog's coat shiny and healthy
  •    complete hypoallergenic mix made from natural ingredients 
  •    fish, not meat, is the main source of protein 
  •    peas and potatoes are tasty, filling, and easier on your dog's stomach
  •    helps to keep their joints healthy, thanks to added glucosamine.

How it works
Certain kinds of meat and vegetables can irritate some dogs' bellies after they eat. This is because their bodies find it difficult to break down the goodness in the food. If your furry friend is suffering from a food allergy, it's very likely it will be either the meat (or protein), or vegetables (which contain carbohydrates) in their food.
James Wellbeloved Dog Adult Fish & Vegetable is made with completely natural ingredients like fish, peas, and potatoes, that are much easier for your dog to digest properly. They also taste great, and give them all the nutrition they need to stay fun, healthy, and happy as an adult.


Ingredients and analysis

Ingredients: White fish meal, pea starch, potato flakes, tomato pomace, whole linseed, vegetarian gravy, fish oil, peas, olive oil, sugar beet pulp, alfalfa, carrot, natural seaweed, chicory pulp, sodium chloride, parsley, nettle, chicory extract, calcium carbonate, lysine, glucosamine (275 mg/kg added), D. L-methionine, chondroitin (225mg/kg added), yucca extract and threonine

Contains: Min. 26% fish, min. 26% vegetables, min 0. 3% JW+.

Typical analysis: Protein 21%, oil 10. 5%, fibre 4. 8%, ash 8%, Vitamin A 10, 000 i. u. /kg. Vitamin D3 1, 500 i. u. /kg. Vitamin E (Alpha-tocopherol acetate) 400 mg/kg. Copper (cupric sulphate) 15mg/kg. omega-3 fatty acids 2. 1%, omega-6 fatty acids 0. 9% with antioxidant: tocopherol-rich extracts of natural origin.

Additional Information

Breed TypeAdult body weightFood per day
Toy e.g.. Yorkshire Terrier 2 55
4 95
Small e.g.. Westie 6 125
8 155
10 180
Medium e.g.. Border Collie 12 210
14 235
16 260
18 280
20 300
22 325
Large e.g.. Labrador Retriever 24 345
28 390
32 430
36 485
40 500
Giant e.g.. Saint Bernard 45 550
50 590
55 635
60 675
70 750
80 830
90 905

Feeding The Correct Amount

It is important to remember however that these figures are guidelines only, and there are several factors to be taken into account when assessing your pet’s nutritional requirements : -

  1. Activity level
  2. Temperament (stressed animals burn off more calories than relaxed ones)
  3. Metabolism (every animal is an individual with his or her own speed of metabolism; this means that 2 dogs of the same age, breed and weight could have different daily calorie requirements)

In order to provide the correct portions when feeding your dog or cat, it is also helpful to assess your pet’s appetite, visual appearance and stools. Whilst poo watching does not sound particularly pleasant, it is one of the best indicators of health. Increased frequency of passing faeces, production of large quantities of stools of loose motions are often frequent signs that an animal is receiving more food than he or she requires.

It is important to obtain an accurate weight for your cat or dog, and also to weigh out the food. Guessing on both accounts gives a large margin of error.

Changing Food Brands

For a successful diet change, we recommend following the feeding pattern below. The daily feeding amount should be split into two equal amounts and the proportions of new food increased over the first week as illustrated.

TOP TIPS: For those dogs who do not make eating a priority, here are some additional points:
- Reduce the number of tit-bits given during the introductory period
- If your dog has been used to eating wet food, moisten with warm water.

DAY 1-2 75% Original Diet
25% New Food
DAY 3-4 50% Original Diet
50% New Food
DAY 5-6 25% Original Diet
75% New Food
DAY 7 100% New Food

Customer reviews

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  • Itchy dog
    As my boxer has a skin condition I find this product has improved, she still scratches, but not as bad as before.
    Liz elson - July 1, 2019
  • Does as says
    Wonderful product and true to claims. Easy to order. Speedy delivery and loved by both my miniature schnauzer and my Maltese. Grain free is the way forward. Thoroughly recommended.
    Gillian Jefferies - September 3, 2018
  • Fish & Vegs dog loves
    My basset gets excited every time I feed her Fish & Veg dry. We both happy customers
    Ginnie Lumsden - July 26, 2018
  • Happy
    Very happy with the service and the food thanks
    Marie - May 2, 2018
  • Fish and vegetables
    Great product. I have been using this food for about seven years now and my two springers thrive on it. It's full of all the necessary ingredients for their good health. I can highly recommend this product.
    Hilary McHugh - January 1, 2018