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Grain free haddock, sweet potato and parsley for dogs
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Grain free haddock, fish and parsley for dogs. This is an adult fish based dry dog food without chicken - a perfect diet for dogs with a sensitive stomach. Available in 2Kg, 6Kg, 4x2Kg, 12Kg and 15Kg bags. Price shown is for 2Kg.

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Grain free haddock fish dog food

Haddock is very easy to digest and it is a great source of clean fish protein to include in dog food.  Our haddock fish dog food is both highly palatable and full of natural goodness with a wealth of natural minerals and vitamins. Our human grade A haddock fish is all sourced in the UK. 

Our haddock fish has been slowly cooked and at low temperatures to keep in the freshness and to protect all its natural goodness, allowing your pet to absorb all the minerals and vitamins organically available. Cooking at such slow and low temperatures means the haddock will also retain its full natural flavour.  Also, gently cooking the haddock means the proteins will stay intact because if subjected to extremely high cooking temperatures the protein will become denatured.  As a result, more bioavailability for your pet means less waste!

Haddock has a high protein content and a low amount of fat. Protein is integral to improve immunity and to help prevent diseases and infections. It contains excellent amounts of Omega 3 fatty acids which have enormous health benefits. Haddock contains calcium, magnesium and phosphorus all of which help to maintain the health of teeth.  Phosphorus is essential for effective digestion and it helps to eliminate toxins from the body, it also helps with the functions of the brain. Magnesium also has a positive effect for regulating blood pressure. In addition, haddock contains B vitamins: B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9 B12 plus vitamin A , D, E and K. 

If you care about what you feed your dog, you can be sure they will be getting the best high-quality hypoallergenic fish based dry dog food. One that does not contain the typical ingredients that are known to cause allergies, such as fillers, wheat gluten, dairy, eggs and soya.

Also, check out our other fish based recipes and grain-free fish treats