Free Range Turkey with Pumpkin & Spinach | Puppy
This freshly prepared free-range turkey recipe is packed with digestible protein and amino acids, supporting your puppy’s muscle growth and healthy development. We’ve added a little extra glucosamine to support growing joints and bones. This recipe is grain-free and filled with nutritious vegetables, all cooked at low temperatures to maximise digestibility and lock in the flavour and nutrients of the original ingredients. The smaller kibble size makes it perfect for small breeds, big breeds and every dog in between.
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Crude Protein 27%, Crude Fat 15%, Crude Fibre 3%, Crude Ash 9%, Moisture 8%, NFE 38%, Metabolisable Energy 370 Kcal/100g, Omega-6 2.7%, Omega-3 0.3%, Calcium 1.1%, Phosphorus 0.8%
High in protein and gentle on the digestive system. What’s more, it’s naturally low in fat and full of the essential nutrients.
Chamomile is naturally relaxing, helping to calm and soothe overexcited or anxious dogs.
Pumpkin is super nutritious with a rich source of fibre and a whole host of immune-boosting nutrients.
Spinach is rich in vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that promotes skin health and immune function.
Supporting Healthy Development
Turkey. Great for Christmas (arguably). Even better for dogs (no argument there). High in protein and good fats, turkey helps build muscle and has just the right calories to maintain weight over growth. This recipe is gently digestible and good for developing digestives too. What’s more, we’ve added a miracle ingredient called glucosamine that supports healthy joints and bones.
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.
The turkey in this recipe is traceable back to a single source in East Anglia. We’ve visited the farm ourselves, the birds live free-range lives in surroundings designed to mirror their natural habitat. They have free ranges to run around on with access to wildflowers and shelters.