Wild boar has more protein per kilo than beef, lamb and chicken. It is low in saturated fat and cholesterol. Wild boar is a darker meat than it’s domestic cousin, with a strong meaty taste and smell, making it perfect for fussy dogs.
If your dog has an itchy coat, diarrhoea or other uncomfortable symptoms. This can be down to intolerances. Some dogs can develop intolerances to certain ingredients if eaten over long periods, including meats such as lamb or beef.
Wild boar is not commonly used in dog food, so this recipe especially good for pups who have developed intolerances in their current diet. All of our recipes are grain free as these can be hard to digest too.
We have had some fantastic reviews from customers who spent hundreds on vet bills, lotions and potions, and their dog's itchy coat and diarrhoea remained. After all failed, they switched to our natural and hypoallergenic dog food. Within weeks the itching had stopped and their stools had firmed up.
The benefits of Wild Boar only apply when using fresh or freshly prepared meat, cooked at low temperatures. Meat meal or dehydrated meat has all of the natural goodness cooked out, as it can be cooked at up to 300˚C. We only ever use fresh or freshly prepared human grade wild boar.
Who knew ay?! Wild Boar’s high protein, low cholesterol and tasty qualities make it a perfect meat for the four-legged king or queen of the house.