Skinner's Field & Trial Gluten-free Adult Dry Dog Food - Lamb & Rice
Skinners field and trial lamb and rice hypoallergenic is a nutritionally complete meal for dogs with sensitive stomachs.
The recipe's free from ingredients that commonly cause allergies, such as wheat, gluten, dairy, beef, egg and soya, making it a hypoallergenic option for pets with food sensitivities. Some dogs find it difficult to process poultry or fish, so this lamb- and rice-based recipe is a great alternative. The combination of culinary herbs and spices in each dish is designed to aid digestion. Peppermint, seaweed and fennel have soothing properties, meaning they're gentle on your pooch’s stomach. Rice provides the main fibre content, making this meal much easier to process in the gut.
This food is designed especially for working pets such as sheep dogs or guide dogs. The combination of lamb protein and rice fibre gives them all the energy they need to round up livestock or help their owners. To help protect your pet's joints as they mature, this recipe contains enhanced levels of glucosamine and chondroitin.
- All-in-one meal for working dogs
- Healthy proteins and fibre aid digestion
- Combination of herbs soothes an irritated gut
- Vitamins and minerals enhance overall health
- Glucosamine improves joints
- Hypoallergenic for pets with food sensitivities
- Suitable for all breeds and sizes.
When to use it
If your four-legged friend gets dry, itchy skin and dandruff, or if they become flatulent after eating and has toilet problems, they could be experiencing food-related allergies. Skinners field & trial lamb & rice hypoallergenic is designed to help reduce the chance of a reaction as it doesn't contain any of the common causes of food sensitivities.
Older dogs can experience stiffness in their legs and feet, meaning they become reluctant to exercise. This can lead to weight gain, making them feel more lethargic and adding more pressure to weak joints. This recipe can help to strengthen their joints, encouraging them to stay active.
This all-in-one meal is suitable for dogs of all breeds and sizes. Simply adjust the portion size to suit your pet's needs; smaller dogs like terriers will need less than larger ones like labradors.,
Composition: Brown rice (40%), lamb meat meal (25%), barley, chicken fat, whole linseed, lucerne, vitamins, minerals and trace elements, culinary herb mix known for their beneficial properties (seaweed, alfalfa, thyme, fennel, basil, parsley, peppermint, garlic, paprika, rosemary, sage, aniseed, fenugreek and yucca).
Analytical Constituents: Crude Protein: 20%, Crude Oils and Fats: 12%, Crude Fibres: 4% Crude Ash: 9%.
Nutritional Additives (per kg): Vitamin A: 17,600 IU, Vitamin D3: 2,000 IU, Vitamin E: (as Alpha-tocopherol Acetate) 200 IU.
Trace elements: Iron (as Ferrous Sulphate Monohydrate): 10mg, Iodine (as Calcium Iodate Anhydrous): 1.5mg, Copper (as Cupric Sulphate Pentahydrate): 7mg, Manganese (as Manganous Oxide): 50mg, Zinc (as Zinc Oxide): 90mg, Selenium (as Sodium Selenite): 0.1mg. Contains Tocopherol Rich Extracts of Natural Origin (Vitamin E) as Ec Permitted Antioxidant.
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Really good for dogs with sensitive stomachs.I changed to this type of dry food two years ago with complete success.
Great for coat and skinMy Dogs coat and general health is much improved. Dog trainer recommended this food and they were correct. Forget the really expensive brands this is just as good.
Good food product for dogsHave been feeding my dog on skinners complete dog food for nearly 2 years and seems to keep her satisfied
For expectant mumMollie likes it, not very different from her Hillâ€™s food. It was delivered 2 weeks late, despite 2 messages that it would be/ had been delivered. I was forced to break my isolation as we ran out one day before you delivered. It was Â£5 cheaper.... I know that people take priority over dogs, but if Iâ€™d known.....
suits dogs digestionthis is a food that suits all kinds of tummies - Labradors will eat anything so I'm not sure if they liked the taste as apposed to any other