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Autarky Mature Lite Chicken Dinner Dog Food contains all of the same wholesome, natural ingredients that we use in all of our Autarky recipes, so you can rest assured that you are providing your older dog with optimum levels of vitamins, minerals and nutrients with every bite.
Older dogs can begin to stiffen up a little and start to suffer from mobility problems and that’s why Autarky have also included glucosamine, along with good levels of omega fatty acids, to the Mature Lite recipe, meaning that it will help to nutritionally support joint health.
The moderate calorie content in this delicious recipe will also help to prevent your older dog from gaining excess weight as he begins to enjoy a slightly slower pace of life.
Maize, chicken meal (16%), rice (5%), unmolassed beet pulp, alfalfa, peas, full fat linseed, chicken fat, prairie meal, yeast, carrot, glucosamine, milk thistle, marigold, nettle, yucca, blackcurrant, kale, beetroot, rosemary, rosehip, seaweed, thyme, peppermint, fennel, paprika, turmeric, dandelion, ginger, fenugreek, oregano & aloe vera (0.4% herbs, 4% vegetables).
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Autarky Chicken Dinner Mature Lite Dog Food
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6kg x 3 for 2
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