Pooch & Mutt Grain-free Adult Wet Dog Food - Turkey & Duck
Turkey & Duck with Carrots, Peas and Prebiotics. Grain and junk-free, Fresh & family-farmed, Natural, complete, delicious, Fresh ingredients and vegetables, Locally sourced, Family-farmed turkey and duck, Source of antioxidants, Boxed food is better, Peta - not tested on animals, Formulated free from grain cereal or gluten, Formulated free from artificial flavours, colours or preservatives, Formulated free from GM produce
Composition: Fresh turkey (45%), fresh duck (20%), green peas (3%), carrots (1%), seaweed extract, yucca extract, fructooligosaccharide prebiotics (0.5g/kg).
Analytical Constituents: Crude Protein: 10.25%, Crude Fat: 10%, Crude Fibre: 0.2%, Inorganic Matter: 4%, Moisture: 69%.
Nutritional Additives (Per kg): Vitamin A: 2500mg/kg, Vitamin D3: 200 IU/kg, Vitamin E: 30mg/kg.
Trace Elements: Potassium Iodide: 0.8mg/kg, Cupric Sulphate Pentahydrate: 20mg/kg, Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate: 139mg/kg, Ferrous Carbonate: 33mg/kg.
|Dog's Weight||Packs Per Day|
|01 - 05kg||1/4 - 1|
|05 - 15kg||1 - 1 1/2|
|15 - 23kg||1 1/2 - 2|
|23 - 30kg||2 - 2 1/2|
Suitable for dogs from 8 weeks. A complete food for adult dogs, which can be fed on it's own or mixed with dry food. Feeding quantities may vary depending on breed, physical activity and environmental conditions. Daily feeding amount should be split between 2 meals. When mixing with dry food reduce amounts of dry and wet food accordingly. Fresh drinking water should be available at all times. Feed at room temperature. For canine use only.
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My dog loves theseBought this last month to try for the first time, my dog licked his bowl clean he loved it. Also love that the boxes are recyclable (not always able to be recycled you will have to check local council)
Not so great to portion outI have to say my dog loved this but I didn't. I found it very hard to get all of the food out of the carton & there was a lot of jelly in there rather than meat. Also I'm confused as to the claim the carton is more recyclable than the tin. Our recycling people won't take these cartons so they go straight into landfill. At least with a can you can recycle the paper label and the tin. Might buy it if it is on offer but it doesn't sit well with me with the recycling part.