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Adult Working Dog Complete Raw Food – 80% meat, bone and offal, 19% Vegetables & 1% flax seed oil, kelp, herbs & joint aid (glucosamine, chroitin & M.S.M)
Premium raw dog food lovingly prepared by Benyfit Natural. A truly satisfying and healthy meal to support your very best friend in their senior years. Elderly dogs need extra care - to keep them fit, mobile, healthy and loving life.
Our Senior recipes include glucosamine to promote healthy cartilage and synovial fluid production; chondroitin to help repair connective tissue and maintain cartilage; and MSM to maintain the strength of connective tissues.
Results in visible signs of healthy skin, teeth and gums, glossy coat, better digestion and strong bones.
Human Grade British Ingredients: Turkey with bone, Liver, Kidney, Heart, Broccoli, Carrot, Swede, Flaxseed Oil, Kelp, Celery Seeds, Alfalfa, Nettles, Psyllium Husks, Clivers, Wild Yam, Glucosamine, Chondriotin & M.S.M.
Feeding guide: Adult dogs should be fed 2-3% of their ideal body weight per day. Every working dog is different. Adjust portions accordingly. Wash your hands, utensils and surfaces after handling any raw meat.
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Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Benyfit Natural Senior Care Dog Food, including answers from our team.
Hello, my cocker spaniel is 15 and has had a flare up of pancreatitis a few months ago. I try to feed her low fat food but she is so fussy and quickly gets fed up with her food! Would this be suitable for her? She hasn't had a raw dog food diet before.
It's important to feed as low fat a diet as possible to prevent episodes of pancreatitis. Ideally this should be under the 8% mark.
The composition of this diet is as follows:
Moisture 68.5%, Crude Protein 12.7%, Crude Fat 11.61%, Crude Ash 2.5%, Crude Fibre 0.6%, Calcium 0.54%, Phosphorous 0.38%
The fat content at 11.61% is a little higher than recommended for a dog with chronic pancreatitis. I would also be careful about any signifcant diet changes, like cooked to raw, as these can set off a pancreatic episode. I would recommend feeding a prescription low fat diet like Royal Canin Gastrointestinal Low fat, this is perfect for the condition your dog has.