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Burgess Wellbeing Chicken Digestive Health is a delicious crunchy dry food for your dog. Made with 40% chicken ingredients, 35% pulses, and 25% fruit and veg. Plus it is grain free, ideal for digestive health and sensitive stomachs.
• Made with pre-biotics to support good digestive bacteria supporting digestive health.
• Contains Lucerne, a rich source of naturally occurring antioxidants.
• Provides balanced nutrition, this is a hypoallergenic recipe made with naturally healthy pulses for balanced nutrition.
• Contains Linseed to provide essential Omega 3 fatty acids for excellent skin and coat condition.
• Made with Stay Clean, this has been clinically proven to reduce the formation of plaque, a leading cause of gum disease.
Chicken 40% (Chicken meal 29%, Poultry Fat 8%, Chicken digest, 3%) • Sweet Potato • Potato; Tapioca 8% • Chick peas 8% • Peas 4% • Lentils 4% • Beet pulp • Whole Linseed 2.5% • Lignocellulose • Brewers Yeast • Carrot 1.25% • Apple 1.25% • Lucerne Extract 1% • Fish Oil • Seaweed • Fructo-oligosaccharides 0.2% • Stay C • Minerals • High nucleotide yeast extract 1848 mg/kg • LG Max Algae 1750 mg/kg.
Crude Protein 26% • Fats and Oils 13% • Crude Fibre 4% • Crude Ash 7.5%.
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Burgess Wellbeing Digestive Dog Food
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