WHAT GOES IN
Dried Chicken Protein
Dried chicken, highly palatable and easy to digest, is an excellent source of protein and animal fat, often considered the single best source of protein.
Salmon & Linseed Oil
Salmon oil, rich in long-chain Omega-3 fatty acids, enhances skin, reduces swelling, and boosts brain function. Meanwhile, linseed oil, packed with omega fatty acids, strengthens immunity and adds great taste.
Naked Oats, Barley & Carob Flour
Naked oats, naturally husk-free, offer highly digestible energy with rich linoleic acid, low starch, and excellent protein. Barley, rich in fiber and Vitamin E, suits obesity and diabetic pet diets with low starch and β-glucan. Carob flour, low in fat and sodium, gluten-free, and packed with calcium and antioxidants, enhances taste and healthiness.
Dried Chicory, Beet Pulp & Yeast
Yeast hydrolysate, a natural source of MOS and Beta-Glucans, enhances nutrient absorption, palatability, and digestion, while dried chicory and dried beet pulp provide vital support for digestion, nutrient absorption, and intestinal health in dogs.
Cranberries & Blueberries
Cranberries, high in Vitamin C and strong antioxidants, prevent UTIs in dogs, while blueberries, rich in fiber, Vitamins C and K, boost immunity and promote health.