Salmon is a high-quality protein, and working dog food made with salmon is good at preventing muscle loss and keeping bones strong. This working dog recipe is packed with B vitamins including B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9 and B12. B vitamins. Together they work to maintain the functions of the nervous system and brain. They are also essential in protecting the heart, controlling inflammation and energy production. Salmon is also a source of potassium which helps moderate blood pressure. Selenium is also present, which is useful in protecting bones. Salmon is also easy on the stomach and highly recommended for working dogs with sensitivity issues.
Omega 3 and Omega 6
A quality salmon based dog food such as this will naturally contain Omega 3 fatty acids. We have added extra salmon oil for even more of these fatty acids. Omega 3 is considered essential, which means you must get them from your diet as dogs can't make them. This fatty acid helps to decrease inflammation and lower blood pressure. It also improves the function of the cells that line arteries, decreasing risk factors for disease. Omega 3 also provides support for skin, coat condition and joint health. Omega 6 is beneficial to the immune system and aids general growth functions and your dog's skin and coat condition.
Potatoes are easy to digest and good food for delicate stomachs. They are also a good source of energy and feature vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B6, calcium, potassium, magnesium, and iron, among other nutrients. This recipe is perfect for working dogs with allergies.
Low Fat and a Weight Control Dog Food
Due to its relatively low fat content, this recipe can be used to help with weight control. This should be in conjunction with regular exercise and following the recommended feeding guidelines.
Some people look for a good adult dog food that does not contain legumes. This recipe is a limited ingredient If you are looking for legume-free dog food you will not find any peas or alfalfa or any other legumes in this working dog food.
Here's Neo's story........ We have had him as our foster since the 23 september this year, he came with some tins of food. We have fed our own dogs on a highly respected branded fish and brown rice and wanted to change him over to that, he immediately started having soft stool's. I put him on known well respected dry branded food which is recommended by vets for dogs with sensitive tums and we had the same problem, i tried him on the tinned version after a really bad bout of diarrhoea , even chicken and rice gave him a poorly tummy. One weekend he became SO bad we had to have him admitted into the vets and put on a drip, he came home with another branded sensitive pet food recommended by many vets for him to try, even this gave him diarrhoea. I was desperate to find a food that suited him and stop the puddle's, so I had a look on the internet to see if a hypoallergenic food would help Neo and came across Nutrix dog food by chance. We ordered a bag of the Salmon and Potato version to try him on, we ordered it on the Wednesday afternoon at 4 pm, we were astonished to receive it by 10.00am on the Thursday morning. Within 2 days of him eating this he had SOLID Stools! I cannot tell you how excited and pleased we were , a food that suited him, and he enjoyed eating and at a fantastic price too!!! We have 7 dogs and have put 6 of them on this food, they are all doing wonderfully on it too.
I cannot thank you enough for the service and the fantastic food which has given us a happy contented boy. I would highly recommend Nutrix to anyone, it's fabulous !!!!