This Recipe Contains a Hypoallergenic, human 'Grade A' pork meat, sweet potato, apple and other wonderful ingredients
Featuring a higher pork content than you'll find in other brands, our pork is an excellent source of nutrition and is highly digestible. This is a grain and cereal free complete dog food recipe; ideally suited to all adult dogs from 1-7 years.The kibble has been specially developed by our nutritionists for all dogs wanting an extremely high quality diet - or for dogs with digestive sensitivities to ingredients such as wheat and other cereals and need a grain free diet.
Pork, Sweet Potato and Apple Dog Food for adult dogs is 100% full of Natural Goodness
Made using pork, sweet potato and apple offering the highest quality single source animal protein available, and sourced entirely from within the UK. This is a complete dog food ideally suited to dogs from 1-7 years.
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As an alternative to other lean protein sources like chicken, pork is frequently suggested as a good option. This is due to the fact that some dogs who consume chicken have stomach discomfort. Veterinarians typically recommend pork as a healthy alternative since it is less likely to cause an allergic reaction than other protein sources. Pork is a fantastic option if your dog has bloating, diarrhea, or loose stools because it is very simple to digest.
Pork has a lot of nutrients. It contains large amounts of the minerals magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, iron, selenium, and zinc. Vitamin-wise, pork is particularly rich in thiamine (vitamin B1) and riboflavin (vitamin B2). Without thiamine, your dog may experience gastrointestinal upset, neurological issues, and muscle weakness. Additionally, thiamine is used to help turn food into energy, keeping your dog healthy and energetic. Pork is also rich in niacin, vitamin B3, vitamin B12, and vitamin B6. Vitamin D, a necessary fat-soluble vitamin that is challenging to obtain from food sources, can be found in abundance in pork fat.
Apples are a rich source of vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, and antioxidants. They include a lot of fiber, which promotes healthy digestion and keeps dogs at a healthy weight. They also include quercetin, a flavonoid that helps prevent allergies' harmful effects. Quercetin is often referred to as "Nature's Benadryl" for a good reason. Quercetin, an antihistamine, can reduce inflammation, redness, and irritation, which will make your dog less likely to scratch.
The sweet potato
A great source of carbs is sweet potatoes.
provide a significant amount of fiber to support a robust digestive system, which will help generate sturdy stools. Sweet potatoes can aid in blood sugar control since they are easy to digest and gradually release their energy. Sweet potatoes' high beta-carotene content has been shown to improve your dog's vision.
Additionally, sweet potatoes include vitamins E and C, both of which are excellent for maintaining healthy skin and hair. Vitamin C also supports the immune system. They also contain healthy quantities of magnesium, which may ease anxiety and improve sleep.
EPA and DHA
Linseeds, also referred to as flaxseeds, are rich in Omega 3 and Omega 6. We chose to include them in this recipe since they are crucial fatty acids that will be very useful to your dog. Omega 6 will help soften and improve the gloss of your dog's coat and is essential for immunity and a variety of cellular activities. Omega 3 is good for the nervous system, the brain, and vision. Additionally, these omega oils are proven to help lessen joint and skin inflammation. Flaxseeds are good for digestion because of their high natural fibre content, which also helps with the formation of firm stools.
FOS and MOS
This recipe has been supplemented with chicory and other naturally occurring plant-based prebiotics. They are, respectively, MOS and FOS. They feed the good bacteria Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium, which improve your dog's gut flora and support immunity in general. According to more recent study, a healthy stomach boosts the possibility of having a healthy brain in old age.