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AATU 80/20 Salmon & Herring Dog Food

  • Dry » 1.5kg Bag £16.15
  • Dry » 5kg Bag £36.10
  • Dry » 10kg Bag £63.65

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Description

AATU 80/20 Salmon & Herring is a high quality dry dog food from Barking Heads with a whopping 80% wild-caught salmon and herring content. This grain free diet provides a salmon and herring protein source with a 20% content of freshly prepared fruit, vegetables and herbs, with absolutely no grain, white potato or gluten.

AATU is handcrafted in small batch recipes and naturally made without artificial colours, without artificial preservatives, without artificial flavours and without GM ingredients.

Benefits

  • Proudly made in Britain using wild caught Herring and Scottish Salmon which are fully traceable back to origin
  • From an Ethically Awarded independently owned British company
  • Handcrafted in small batch recipes
  • Single Protein 80/20 diet to minimize allergic reactions
  • Freshly prepared, preservative free meat
  • ‘SUPER-8’ - Fruits, Vegetables, Herbs, Spices & Botanicals provide nutrients vital for health and maintenance
  • Grain, White Potato & Gluten Free to minimizing allergic reactions
  • Concentrated formula for lower maintenance feeding
  • 25kg raw ingredients goes into creating 10kg of finished AATU! For 1kg of finished product we use 2.5kg of raw ingredients
  • Glucosamine, Chondroitin & MSM for healthy joints
  • Probiotics (Enterococcus Faecium) as an aid in the establishment, maintenance and restoration of a balanced intestinal microbiota in dogs
  • Made without artificial colours, artificial preservatives, artificial flavours and GM ingredients

Composition

80% Fish (51% Freshly Prepared Deboned Salmon, 29% Dried Herring), Sweet Potato, Chick Peas, Peas, Lucerne, Salmon Stock, Carrots, Tomato, Chicory, Tapioca, Apple, Pear, Cranberry, Blueberry, Mulberry, Orange, Bilberry, Cowberry, Parsley, Peppermint, Spirulina, Seaweed, Oregano, Sage, Majoram, Thyme, Chamomile, Rosehip, Stinging Nettle, Yucca, Marigold, Aniseed, Fenugreek, Cinnamon, Hip & Joint Care (Glucosamine 350mg/kg, MSM 350mg/kg, Chondroitin 240mg/kg).

No added synthetic colourings, flavourings or preservatives.

Analytical constituents

  • Protein - 31%
  • Fat Content - 19%
  • Inorganic Matter - 7%
  • Crude Fiber - 2.5%
  • Moisture - 8%
  • Omega 6 - 1.9%
  • Omega 3 - 4.5%

Nutritional / Technical Additives (per kg)

  • L-Carnitine - 200mg
  • Vitamin A - 17,310 iu
  • Vitamin D3 - 1.540 iu
  • Vitamin E - 480 iu

Trace Elements as Compounds

  • Ferrous Sulphate Monohydrate - 641mg
  • Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate - 534mg
  • Manganous Sulphate Monohydrate - 105mg
  • Cupric Sulphate Pentahydrate - 38mg
  • Calcium Iodate Anhydrous - 4.72mg
  • Sodium Selenite - 0.53mg

Feeding Guide

Weight of Dog (kg) Activity level/Amount per day (low to high)
5kg 75-100g
10kg 80-140g
15kg 100-210g
20kg 120-250g
30kg 190-350g
40kg+ 270-450g+

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Is this food suitable for puppies?

25th May 2015
K Day

Hi. I have a fussy 8 month old westie. Would this food be ok to try him on? I want to keep his diet as natural as possible & avoid things that are likely to upset the infamous delicate westie digestion! Thx.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

The first thing to do is to look in a detached way and assess your dog's bodyweight. You might be better to get your vet or a vet nurse to do this. You must decide if your dog is too slim, just right (which is actually quite slim by most people's judgment) or at all heavier than ideal. In fact almost every fussy dog is either overweight or ill. I presume your dog is not ill, so he is very likely to be heavier than I would say is ideal. Obviously I have not seen your dog, so forgive me if I am wrong, but that would usually be the case.

If your dog is at all overweight then ideally you should feed him less (ie he finished a meal still feeling a bit hungry but has to stop because it is all gone!) If you do that you will certainly find that over time he becomes not at all fussy and will get to the correct bodyweight, which is better in every regard except that kind, well-meaning owners find it very difficult to do. This would then be a very good diet for your dog, should keep him very healthy and he would love to eat it (because he was genuinely hungry at all times, which you might find difficult to live with, but is more natural for a dog). It is an odd paradox that the most cared-for dogs are not necessarily the healthiest. That is very much a sign of our times.