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Healthy Paws British Turkey & Brown Rice is a delicious dry kibble for puppies. Made here in the U.K it’s wheat & gluten free, and hypoallergenic making this food perfect for puppies with sensitivities!
• Supports bone & growth development as it contains the optimum calcium/phosphorus ratio to support and maintain healthy hips and joints for growing puppies.
• Rich in DHA supporting brain development and eye function.
• Bursting with vegetables, fruits & herbs that are all naturally high in vitamin C and anti-oxidants, aiding the immune system and urinary tract.
• Supports flea & worm prevention through its unique blend of herbs and vegetables!
• Perfect for fussy eaters, the natural goodness of poultry meat is highly digestible and very palatable.
• The crunchy kibble helps to remove plaque from teeth!
Dried Turkey 28%, Brown Rice 26%, White Rice, Prairie Meal, Beet Pulp, Turkey Fat 6%, Sunflower Oil, Turkey Stock 2% , Minerals, Vitamins, Alfalfa, Salmon Oil, Linseed, Garlic 0.47%, Seaweed Oil, Carrot, Cranberry, Dandelion, Cleavers, Parsley, Blueberry.
Crude Protein 28%, Crude Oils & Fats 16%, Crude Fibre 2.5%, Crude Ash 8.5%, Calcium 1.67%, Phosphorus 1.21%, DHA 0.05%.
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Healthy Paws Puppy British Turkey & Brown Rice Dog Food
£10.99 to £99.98
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