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Taste of the Wild Puppy

4.5

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Nutrivet Instinct Growth & Nutrients
3.8

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Taste of the Wild Puppy

Profile

Natural: Free from added artificial preservatives, antioxidants, colourings, flavourings or other controversial synthetic ingredients
High meat content: Contains at least 30% meat (on a dry matter basis)
Hypoallergenic: Free from all ingredients that are regularly linked by veterinarians to food allergies and/or intolerance in dogs like wheat, maize, dairy products, soya products and artificial additives
Grain free: Free from all cereal grains
Clearly labelled: Each ingredient is clearly and individually stated and there is at least a reasonable indication of the percentages of the main ingredients
Natural: Free from added artificial preservatives, antioxidants, colourings, flavourings or other controversial synthetic ingredients
High meat content: Contains at least 30% meat (on a dry matter basis)
Hypoallergenic: Free from all ingredients that are regularly linked by veterinarians to food allergies and/or intolerance in dogs like wheat, maize, dairy products, soya products and artificial additives
Grain free: Free from all cereal grains
Clearly labelled: Each ingredient is clearly and individually stated and there is at least a reasonable indication of the percentages of the main ingredients

Type

Breeds

All breedsAll breeds

Ages

weaning to 12 monthsweaning to 12 months

RRP

12kg bags = £39.9013.6kg bags = £53.99

Daily
amount

Approximate* daily feeding amount and cost based on a dog weighing 14 kg

Cost per day

Pack sizes

12kg bags2.3kg, 6.8kg & 13.6kg bags

Varieties

Fish
High Prairie
Pacific Stream

Ingredients

ChickenClick to see what we think about Chicken in dog food (min. 30%), LambClick to see what we think about Lamb in dog food (min. 11%), TurkeyClick to see what we think about Turkey in dog food (min. 10%), PotatoesClick to see what we think about Potatoes in dog food, PeasClick to see what we think about Peas in dog food, Chicken OilClick to see what we think about Specified Animal Fats and Oils in dog food and Fat (min. 9%), Dried SalmonClick to see what we think about Fresh Fish in dog food (min. 5%), Whole EggsClick to see what we think about Egg in dog food (min. 4%), Dried ChickenClick to see what we think about Chicken in dog food MeatClick to see what we think about Fresh Meat in dog food (min. 4%), Dried LambClick to see what we think about Lamb in dog food (min. 4%), Dried Pea ProteinClick to see what we think about Pea Protein in dog food, Salmon OilClick to see what we think about Fish Oil in dog food (min. 3%), Beet PulpClick to see what we think about Sugar Beet in dog food, Green Beans, Sweet PotatoesClick to see what we think about Sweet Potatoes in dog food, TomatoesClick to see what we think about Tomatoes in dog food, Apples, AlfalfaClick to see what we think about Alfalfa / Lucerne in dog food, ChicoryClick to see what we think about Chicory in dog food, Dried YeastClick to see what we think about Brewer's Yeast in dog food, Fennel Leaves, CranberriesClick to see what we think about Cranberries in dog food, Black Currant Jelly, Vitamins and MineralsClick to see what we think about Vitamins and Minerals in dog food, Plasma Protein, Hydrolysed PoultryClick to see what we think about Poultry in dog food LiversClick to see what we think about Liver in dog food, Potassium ChlorideClick to see what we think about Potassium Chloride in dog food, Calcium CarbonateClick to see what we think about Calcium Carbonate in dog food, Fructo-OligosaccharidesClick to see what we think about FOS in dog food (FOSClick to see what we think about FOS in dog food), Mannan-OligosaccharidesClick to see what we think about MOS in dog food (MOSClick to see what we think about MOS in dog food), TaurineClick to see what we think about Taurine in dog food, Fucus Vesiculosus (Bladderwrack) Extract, Ascophyllum Nodosum (Rockweed ) Extract, Yucca Schidigera ExtractClick to see what we think about Yucca Extract in dog food, Chondroitin SulfateClick to see what we think about Chondroitin in dog food, N-Acetyl-GlucosamineClick to see what we think about Glucosamine in dog food, L-CarnitineClick to see what we think about L-Carnitine in dog food Tartrate, Rosemary ExtractClick to see what we think about Rosemary in dog food, Green Tea ExtractClick to see what we think about Green Tea in dog food, Phosphoric AcidClick to see what we think about Phosphoric Acid in dog food.

Bison, Lamb MealClick to see what we think about Lamb in dog food, Sweet PotatoesClick to see what we think about Sweet Potatoes in dog food, EggClick to see what we think about Egg in dog food Product, Pea ProteinClick to see what we think about Pea Protein in dog food, PeasClick to see what we think about Peas in dog food, PotatoesClick to see what we think about Potatoes in dog food, Canola OilClick to see what we think about Rapeseed Oil in dog food, Tomato PomaceClick to see what we think about Tomatoes in dog food, Roasted VenisonClick to see what we think about Venison in dog food, Roasted Bison, FlaxseedClick to see what we think about Linseed in dog food, PotatoClick to see what we think about Potatoes in dog food Fiber, Natural FlavorClick to see what we think about Natural Flavourings in dog food, Ocean Fish MealClick to see what we think about Fish Meal in dog food, Salmon OilClick to see what we think about Fish Oil in dog food (A Source of Dha), SaltClick to see what we think about Salt in dog food, Choline Chloride, Dried Chicory RootClick to see what we think about Chicory in dog food, Yucca Schidigera ExtractClick to see what we think about Yucca Extract in dog food, TomatoesClick to see what we think about Tomatoes in dog food, Blueberries, Raspberries, Dried Enterococcus Faecium Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus Acidophilus Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus Casei Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus Plantarum Fermentation Product, Dried Trichoderma Longibrachiatum Fermentation Extract. Total MeatClick to see what we think about Fresh Meat in dog food Content: 42%.

Protein
dry matter

Unless your dog has health issues, you probably won't have to worry about these figures. Click for more information

50%31.1%

Fat
dry matter

Unless your dog has health issues, you probably won't have to worry about these figures. Click for more information

17.8%18.9%

Fibre
dry matter

Unless your dog has health issues, you probably won't have to worry about these figures. Click for more information

2.2%%

Ash
dry matter

Unless your dog has health issues, you probably won't have to worry about these figures. Click for more information

8.3%%

Carbs
dry matter

Estimated content
Unless your dog has health issues, you probably won't have to worry about these figures. Click for more information

23.9%41.1%

Typical Analysis

Protein: 45.00%, Crude Fat: 16.00%, Moisture 10.00%, Ash: 7.50%, Crude Fibre 2.00%, Linoleic Acid: Min. 6.50%, Vitamin A: 35,000 IU/kg, Vitamin D3: 3500 IU/kg, Vitamin E: 500.00 mg/kg Vitamin C: 200.00 mg/kg, Vitamin K: 2.00 mg/kg, Vitamin B1: 40.00 mg/kg, Vitamin B2: 30.00 mg/kg, Vitamin B3: 75.00 mg/kg, Vitamin B5: 95.00 mg/kg, Vitamin B6: 16.00 mg/kg, Vitamin B7 (Choline): 4.000 mg/kg , Vitamin B8 (Biotin): 6.00 mg/kg, Vitamin B9: 12.00 mg/kg, Vitamin B12: 0.50 mg/kg, Ca: 1.75% P: 1.50%, mg: 0.10%, K: 0.80%, S: 0.35%, Fe: 550 mg/kg, Cu: 15.00 mg/kg, Mn: 85.00 mg/kg, Zn: 400 mg/kg , I: Kg 6.00 mg/kg Se: 0.70 Kg/mg.

Protein: 28% Minimum, Fat: 17% Minimum.

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* The suggested feeding amounts and costs are only approximate and may vary considerably from dog to dog. Please take a look at our feeding guide for more information or click here to see how our figures are calculated.

Controversial, unclear or low-grade ingredients are given in red with especially contentious ingredients in bold red.

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