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Product InformationThe latest nutritious recipe for dogs from Lilys Kitchen is an exciting and delicious food made with fresh venison, pheasant and salmon, making this recipe highly suitable for dogs that may be allergic to the traditional protein sources - beef, chicken or lamb.
Each yummy serving is packed with lots of tasty vegetables-organic potatoes a good source of potassium and carbohydrates, butternut squash packed with Vitamins A & C and yummy green beans. The Wild Campfire Stew is Holistic, 100% natural and grain-free. Included are a unique range of specialist herbs to help provide optimum health benefits for your dog!
Fresh venison meat 40%, fresh pheasant meat 15%, fresh salmon 10%, potatoes, butternut squash, green beans, apples, hemp oil. Botanical herbs: milk thistle, cleavers, nettles, rosehip, golden rod, marigold flowers, kelp, aniseed, alfalfa, and celery seed.Vitamin A 3000iu/kg, Vitamin D3 200iu/kg, Vitamin E 30mg/kg, Biotin 300mcg/kg, Zinc sulphate monohydrate 15mg/kg, Manganese sulphate monohydrate 3mg/kg, Calcium iodate anhydrous 750mcg/kg, Sodium selenite 300mcg/kg.
Typical values per 100g
- Protein 10.6%
- Oil 6.8%
- Ash 2%
- Fibre 0.5%
- Moisture 75%
Made in the EU
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Lilys Kitchen Wild Campfire Stew Dog Food 400g x 6
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