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BETA Working Dog is a complete dog food crammed full of delicious chicken to provide working and sporting adult dogs with energy that lasts all day long! Contains naturally tailored nutrition for Working dogs and includes essential amino acids and high level of antioxidants to help support muscle health and to help him stay in great condition during highly challenging active periods. It contains all the good things your pet needs to stay in prime condition, such as chicory, a natural prebiotic which aids the balance of friendly bacteria in your dog’s stomach and keeps the spring in their step!
BETA Working Dog is made with BETA's uniquely designed kibbles to encourage chewing, which increases nutrient absorption and reduces tartar. To boot, this fantastic source of muscle promoting protein is also completely VAT free!
Composition: Cereals (wholegrain 50%), Meat and animal derivatives (16%), Oils and fats, Derivatives of Vegetable Origin (of which 0.07% Dried Parsley), Vegetable Protein Extracts, Vegetables (1.1% Dried Chicory Root, 0.07% Dried Carrot, 0.07% Dried Spinach), Minerals.
Analytical Constituents: Protein: 27.0%, Fat content: 13.0%, Crude ash: 8.0%, Crude fibres: 3.0%
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BETA Working with Chicken Adult Dog Food
£4.99 to £47.65
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