Free Range Chicken with Carrot & Chicory

Our free range chicken recipe is high in protein and gentle on the digestive system. We use fresh, traceable, nutritious ingredients and cook them at low temperatures to lock in their goodness. This recipe is grain free and filled with fresh meat, vegetables and superfoods. Nothing artificial.

50% Fresh Free Range Chicken (Free Range Chicken 40%, Free Range Chicken Fat 10%), Potato, Peas, Chickpeas, Potato Protein, Pea Protein, Brewer’s Yeast, Lucerne, Vegetable Stock, Minerals, Vitamins, Fresh Free Range Egg, Chicory, Kale, Carrot, Broccoli, Mulberry, Chamomile, Rosehips, Milk Thistle, Burdock Root, Stinging Nettle, Cleavers, Fennel, Marigold, Aniseed, Fenugreek, Grapeseed Extract, Spirulina
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Please store in a cool dry place. Ideally out of your dogs reach, otherwise they’ll wolf it down.

MADE WITH

Chicken

We use 100% free range chickens who are free to enjoy open, green pastures and lead longer, natural lives. As they all should.

Carrot

Carrots are packed full of Vitamins A and C which help support a strong and healthy immune system.

Chicory

Chicory is a natural prebiotic that aids your dog’s digestion and is great for gut health.

Spirulina

A spoonful of spirulina is like eating a handful of vegetables. We add a little to this recipe giving your dog the health boost they deserve.

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Quality Matters

Easily Digestible Ingredients

This combination of fresh chicken, pulses and vegetables is naturally filled with prebiotic vitamins that help digestion and are great for promoting gut health.

Cooked Low & Slow

We slow-cook our meals between 90 - 120˚C so every bite contains the same protein, vitamins, oils and flavours of the original ingredients. Not only does that mean they’re delicious, it provides a diet that has all the nutrients of a meal served fresh, with the convenience of dry food.

Responsibly Sourced

The chicken in this recipe is traceable back to a single source in East Anglia. We’ve visited the farm ourselves and guarantee the birds have lived ethical free range lives that mirror their natural habitat.