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The HiLife Its Only Natural Luxury Broth Collection Wet Dog Food is a selection of delicious, grain free chicken recipes that's sure to set your pooch's tail wagging. What's more, they're made with 100% natural ingredients and include no artificial flavours, colours or preservatives.
The Broth Collection features two tasty recipes; chicken breast with tuna, beans & garden vegetables, and chicken breast with beef, beans & garden vegetables. They are hand-prepared and gently steamed in a light broth.
- 100% natural ingredients
- Premium dog food
- Grain free
- No additives
- No GMOs or soya
- Hand prepared and gently steamed
How Much Should I Feed?
HiLife it's only natural can be fed as a treat or as a topping to other food within a balanced diet.
Ingredients (Chicken breast with tuna, beans & vegetables): Chicken breast (55%), carrots (10%), beans (10%), peas (5%), dolphin-safe tuna (5%)
Ingredients (Chicken breast with beef, beans & garden vegetables:): Chicken breast (55%), carrots (10%), beans (10%), peas (5%), beef (5%)
Analytical Constituents: Protein 14.5%, Fat Content 0.5%, Crude Fibres 0.5%, Crude Ash 0.7%, Moisture 80.0%
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HiLife Its Only Natural Luxury Broth Collection Wet Dog Food
£4.79 to £43.09
Save 10% on your first repeat delivery
100g x 45 & FREE Delivery
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