Lily's Kitchen Lamb Hotpot 400g

£2.85 inc VAT
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Product description

Lily's Kitchen was named after and created for the founders border terrier Lily who became ill with itchy skin, after discovering that natural homemade food made her feel better. Wanting to share these recipes with other pet owners Lily's Kitchen creates proper food for pets, full of healthy, nourishing and quality ingredients using real meat, offal and veg and it's why you can see and smell the difference when you serve it up.

This scrumptious and satisfying Lily's Kitchen complete wet food for dogs is made with fresh lamb, potatoes, and plenty of fruits and vegetables including squash, broccoli and blueberries plus added vitamins and minerals. This much-loved, nutritionally complete recipe is full of natural ingredients and includes Lily's Kitchen unique blend of herbs to help provide the best health benefits for your dog.

Suitable for dogs 4 months+.

Composition: 60% Freshly Prepared Lamb, Potatoes (3%), Squash (2%), Apples, Carrots (1%), Blueberries, Broccoli, Peas, Flaxseed (0.1%), Vitamins and Chelated Minerals. Botanicals and Herbs: Golden Rod, Nettle, Aniseed, Celery Seed, Rosehips, Marigold Petals, Cleavers, Seaweed, Alfalfa, Milk Thistle, Dandelion Root, Burdock Root.

Technological Additives: Locust Bean Gum 1g.; Sensory Additives: None Stated; Nutritional Additives: Additives (per kg) Vitamins: Vitamin D3 200 IU, Vitamin E 20mg. Trace Elements: Zinc (as Zinc Chelate of Amino Acids Hydrate) 15mg, Manganese (as Manganese Chelate of Amino Acids Hydrate) 1.4mg, Iodine (as Calcium Iodate) 0.75mg.

Analytical Constituents: Protein 9.8%, Crude Fibres 0.4%, Crude Oils and Fats 6.9%, Crude Ash 1.7%, Moisture 74%.

Feeding Guide: This food has everything your dog needs to stay healthy. Serve it at room temperature with a bowl of fresh water nearby.

Daily Feeding Guidelines:
Dog Size: 1-5kg, gm per day: 90-300g;
- Dog Size: 6-10kg, gm per day: 350-515g;
- Dog Size: 11-15kg, gm per day: 555-700g;
- Dog Size: 16-25kg, gm per day: 730-1025g. Use this chart as a general guide along with your own experience, as the servings can vary with age, breed, exercise and even weather. For overweight dogs, base your daily serving on target weight, not actual weight.