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Pooch & Mutt Chicken and Fish Wet Dog Food is the ethical (not to mention healthy and delicious!) choice your pooch will appreciate.
The cartons have 80% lower global warming potential than a can, are 100% recyclable, easy to recycle and made from renewable resources. Free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives, Pooch & Mutt Wet Food is rich in nutrients. Made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients the food is grain, cereal and gluten free - great for dogs with sensitive digestion.
What's in it?
Ingredients/composition: fresh chicken (32%), fresh tuna (20%), fresh salmon (4%), fresh carrots (4%), dried vegetables (carrot, broccoli, leek, potato) (1%), seaweed extract, yucca extract, fructooligosaccharide prebiotics (0.5 g/kg).
Nutritional additives: vitamins: vitamin a: 2500 mg/kg; vitamin d3: 200 iu/kg; vitamin e: 30 mg/kg. trace elements: potassium iodide 0.8 mg/kg, cupric sulphate pentahydrate 20 mg/kg, zinc sulphate monohydrate 139 mg/kg, ferrous carbonate 33 mg/kg.
Analytical constituents: crude protein 11%, crude fat 4%, crude fibre 0.2%, inorganic matter 2.5%, moisture 80%.
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Pooch & Mutt Chicken and Fish Adult Wet Dog Food Cartons
£20.75 to £41.20
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375g x 24 & FREE Delivery
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