Grain-free fish, salmon and potato with trout working dog food with natural Itch Eeze - a limited ingredient hypoallergenic fish recipe
With the addition of trout, this salmon-based working dog food becomes a complete fish dinner that contains 45 per cent fish for adult dogs. Given that this dog food is completely devoid of grains and cereals, the addition of potatoes, including sweet potatoes, makes it simple to digest. In order to help with sensitivities, our nutritionists included a specific blend of dog-friendly ingredients in this recipe, such as biotin.
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Salmon and Trout
Both salmon and trout, which are rich in Omega 3 essential fatty acids that dogs cannot produce in their bodies, are excellent sources of highly digestible protein. B vitamins are abundant in salmon and trout alike (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, B12). In addition to helping the body produce energy from the food, these vitamins also play a role in DNA creation and repair, heart disease prevention by lowering inflammation and maintaining healthy brain and nervous system functions.
Omega 3 and 6
Our nutritionists also added a specific measure of Omega 6 to this recipe in the form of sunflower oil, thus creating a perfect balance of Omega 3 to Omega 6. As well as being a nutritionally healthy recipe for dogs without sensitivities.
We developed our Anti-Itch dog food to aid with a variety of food sensitivity and allergy problems. Additionally, it has been introduced to help dogs with digestive issues, for dogs with allergies and sensitive skin, and for the health of their coats. These canine-friendly herbs include slippery elm to lubricate the mucous membranes lining the digestive tract and echinacea to strengthen the immune system and fight off bacteria. Inflammatory bowel diseases like colitis, ulcers, and gastritis can all be treated with slippery elm.
Selenium, a mineral that helps to protect bones, enhance thyroid function, and lower the risk of cancer, is abundant in the fish used in this dish.
It's common to purchase biotin as a nutritional supplement. Your dog cannot produce this water-soluble B vitamin, often known as vitamin H. This vitamin promotes the health of the skin, liver, and nervous system. It also strengthens nails, promotes mood and vitality, and enhances brain health. It works synergistically with the other components in this mix to soothe dry, flaky skin and lessen itching and scratching. By assisting your dog's natural inflammation-controlling systems, it also offers nutritional support for maintaining healthy skin and a beautiful, glossy coat. One of the healthiest adult dog diets available has to be this recipe.
Alfalfa is well known for supporting the urinary, skeletal, glandular, and digestive systems. This plant provides a good source of vitamins A, B12, C, D, E, and K. Betacarotene, magnesium, calcium, and potassium are also present. It has a lot of chlorophyll, an antioxidant. Alfalfa includes saponins that aid in the absorption of fat-soluble nutrients, making it beneficial for dogs trying to put on weight or adapt to a new diet.