Meat Love Pure Lamb 400g

Meat Love Pure Lamb 400g

£3.05

Pure Lamb

with Brown Millet

  • 100% Gluten Free
  • Single Protein
  • Food Grade Quality
  • The convenient way to feed an 80:20 diet
  • Very Popular with raw feeders when travelling

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Description

Meat Love SINGLE CARE products are especially aimed at dogs which only tolerate one protein source due to food intolerances and allergies. Refined with amaranth, brown millet, potatoes or rice, for gluten-free and cereal-free nutrition.

  • 100% Gluten Free
  • Single Protein
  • Food Grade Quality
  • The convenient way to feed an 80:20 diet
  • Very Popular with raw feeders when travelling

A dog’s…

• fur and complexion
• gastrointestinal flora
• immune system as well as
• heart and circulation

…are effectively supported with the addition of natural and healthy food supplements
(e.g. green-lipped mussel extract, brewer’s yeast or safflower oil).

Ingredients

Ingredients:
80% lamb (20% lamb meat, 20% lamb paste, 15% lamb heart, 15% lamb rumen, 15% lamb lung, 15% lamb liver), 15% unpeeled millet, brewer´s yeast, safflower, eggshell powder

Analytical constituents:
Crude protein 14.2%, crude fat 8.8%, crude ash 3.3%, crude fibre 3.2%, moisture 66.5%, carbohydrates 4.0%

Energetic feed value:
577 kJ/100 g (138 kcal)

Ca = 0,17%, P = 0,30%

Brown millet is rich in minerals and trace elements (iron, magnesium, potassium and zinc), but also in many B vitamins. In comparison with golden millet, considerably more micronutrients are contained in brown millet. Brown millet is considered to be an excellent source of silicon, which primarily supports the health of bones and joints, fur as well as connective tissue and has an inhibitive effect on inflammations in the body.

Feeding Guide

FEEDING RECOMMENDATION/DAY
(ADULT DOG OF NORMAL WEIGHT):

  •   5 kg: 200 – 300 g
  • 10 kg: 350 – 450 g
  • 20 kg: 600 – 700 g
  • 30 kg: 850 – 950 g

Approximate values, to be tailored to your dog’s individual circumstances
(exercise, activity, race, metabolism, season).

We recommend regular weight checks!