- Developed by Veterinary Surgeon John Burns
- Made with natural ingredients
- Suitable for dogs with sensitive skin
- Suitable for dogs with sensitive digestion
- Highly digestible
- Made and produced in Wales
Burns Penlan Egg 12 x 150g
It’s only natural that you’ll want to feed your prized pooch the best food possible. Penlan Farm is our signature wet food range and is made and produced at our very own factory in West Wales. Developed by Veterinary Surgeon; John Burns; the range is modeled on a homecooked diet and uses some ingredients from our farm.
Penlan Farm is a convenient option for those who want to feed their dogs a tail-waggingly-tasty meal without any fuss. Simply open the pouch and serve in the time it takes to say Bone Appetit! Delicious and nutritious for your dog.
Containing free-range egg; organic brown rice and seasonal vegetables; this natural and complete diet is packed with goodness and suitable for all adult and senior dogs.
Free Range Egg (Min 25%), Seasonal Vegetables (Min 25%), Organic Brown Rice (Min 12%), Minerals
As a natural product, the consistency of Burns Penlan Range may change from time to time. Any variation in the consistency of our Penlan pouches is due to natural variation in the raw ingredients. Please be assured that this is normal and the ingredients themselves have not changed.
Crude Protein 5.35%, Crude Fat 3.10%, Crude Fibre 0.90%, Crude Ash 1%, Moisture 71%.
Vitamins: Vitamin A 7150 IU/kg, Vitamin D3 715 IU/kg, Vitamin E 40 IU/kg.
Trace Elements: Zinc sulphate monohydrate 37mg, Iron sulphate monohydrate 12mg, Copper sulphate pentahydrate 5mg, Calcium iodate anhydrous 0.61mg/kg, Sodium selenite 0.11mg/kg
Feeding Guide: Penlan Wet Food
|Body Weight||Approx Daily Amount|
|Wet Food Only||Mixing Wet and Complete Dry Food|
|Wet Food||Dry Food||Wet Food|
The starting point for calculating feeding amounts
Please adjust your dog’s food accordingly when mixing wet and dry food
1 x 150g pouch is worth around 40g of our dry food
1 x 400g pouch is worth around 100g of our dry food
Reasons to reduce: neutered, senior, less active, ongoing health problem, overweight, warm environment, fussy dog, barking, persistent moulting or hyperactivity.