Skinner's Hypoallergenic Field & Trial Duck & Rice
Skinners Field & Trial Hypoallergenic Duck & Rice is a hypoallergenic food designed to reduce your dog’s contact with ingredients that are a common cause of irritation.
How it works
This product is a complete food designed specifically to control your dog’s allergies. Free from wheat gluten, maize gluten, soya, dairy and barley, this formula cuts out the most common causes of ingredient intolerances in dogs.
When your dog has an ingredient allergy, it means that their digestive system struggles to break down that ingredient. In place of chicken – which dogs with allergies can be sensitive too – this food is made with British duck meat, a single source of protein that’s easier on the digestive tract.
As well as cutting out allergens, this formula is packed full of nutrients to repair and protect your dog after an allergic reaction. Essential minerals and carbohydrates from rice, oats and vegetables help to give your pet an energy boost. Intolerances can cause your dog’s skin to become itchy and their coat dull. This dry food is coated in sunflower oil to help maintain a glossy coat and reduce rashes.
This formula is enriched with glucosamine and chondroitin to protect their joints. It provides a complex of nutrients and vitamins to support and protect your dog from illness caused by intolerance.
- free from wheat gluten, maize gluten, soya, dairy and barley to minimise your dogs contact with allergens
- Made with British duck meat, providing a rich source of protein that's easy to digest
- Packed full of nutrients and vitamins to suppor their wellbeing
- coated in sunflower oil to boost energy and maintain a healthy coat
- glucosamine and chondroiton protect the joints
When to use it
If your dog is allergic to an ingredient in their food it can negatively impact on their quality of life. They can become lethargic, unwilling to eat and could even suffer a serious gastrointestinal disorder.
If you think your dog is having an allergic reaction there are a few symptoms you can look out for. Vomiting, diarrhoea, fever and a rash are all common signs of intolerance. You should seek veterinary advice as soon as you notice any of these symptoms. Your vet will be able to give you a full diagnosis and help with treatment.
Skinners Field & Trial Hypoallergenic Duck & Rice
Whole rice (40%), duck meat meal (20%), naked oats, peas, whole linseed, sunflower oil, beet pulp, vitamins and minerals.
Free from artificial additives, flavourings and preservatives.
|Vit A||10, 000 iu/kg|
|Vit D3||1, 500 iu/kg|
|Vit E||280 iu/kg|
|(as copper sulphate)|
Skinners Pet Food Feeding Guide
This feeding guide is approximate only and is based on our feeding guide level of 100g per 8kg of body weight.
Nutritional requirements of all dogs can vary according to breed type, gender, age or activity level.
Make sure that a good supply of fresh drinking water is available at all times.
For information on daily feeding guidelines please click here
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AllergiesMy 7 yr old lab girl has Atopy to house mites but other things can trigger a flare up so I keep everything as sensitive as possible. Also feed my 2yr old same stuff to cut down on different bags of food. Both girls love it, their coats and poops! are great.
OkayIt has made our dogs coats very dull and lacklustre. Sorry Skinners but, I will be going back to our old tried and trusted dry dog food
Skinners Hypoallergenic Duck and RiceGood food at a cheaper price than my previous brand. My springer loves it and so does the cat when he can steal some!
Skinners Hypoallergenic Duck & RiceGood value when bought with loyalty discount to apply, otherwise slightly more than I pay locally
Skinner hypoallergenic duck & riceI've had 3 boxer dogs who have all had sensitive tummies but my present is the most sensitive. We rescued him 7 years ago and he had lots of problems but since feeding him skinners he has been 100% better