The Raw Vet Beef Complete
Beef 47% (Forequarter, Heart, Liver, Kidney), Chicken with Bone, Fresh Carrots, Cabbage, Brocolli, Spinach, Wild Salmon Oil, Kelp. Nutritional Additives per kg: Zinc Picolinate 81mg (Zinc 16mg) Natural Vitamin E 195mg
More Information on Our Ingredients
We use the whole animal - not just the trim - meaning that our product nutritional analysis is as consistent as possible to avoid tummy upsets.
Our Wild Salmon Oil has a guaranteed DHA and EPA analysis, and is regularly tested for heavy metal toxins to make absolutely sure that your puppy is not consuming anything harmful.
Unrivalled Telephone Advice:
Our phone lines are manned by staff from Veterinary Practices - including vets and veterinary nurses. This means you can trust that advice you get will be appropriate and accurate.
100% Recyclable Aluminium trays.
Our recipes are all balanced to meet FEDIAF nutritional Guidelines. Our Puppy Recipes are balanced to meet FEDIAF nutritional guidelines for growth.
Recipes formualted with clinical conditions in mind are formulated to meet FEDIAF and current veterinary nutritional guidelines for the condition.
What are the 'additives' and why do we use them?
Zinc is vital for growth, gut, liver and skin health as well as the immune system and healing. It is often overlooked The Zinc Oxide and Zinc Sulphate used in some other pet foods can be poorly and unpredictably absorbed. We chose Zinc Picollinate because it is fa
What is the 'picollinate bit?' - It's 'Picolinic Acid' - just a piece of the amino acid tryptophan that is made when Tryptophan is broken down :-) Nothing scary - promise!
D-alpha tocopherol - Natural Vitamin E from vegetable oil - a powerful antioxidant to prevent cell damage. It also prevents cell damage in the tub before you feed it ensuring your dog's dinner stays in optimal condition!
Vitamin E deficiency is common in both animals and humans and can increase the chances of developing degenerative diseases and cancer - so we have made sure that there was enough to protect your dog and where appropriate, support medical conditions.