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Denes Light With Chicken & Liver & Added Herbs Dog Food

  • Chicken & Liver Wet » 12 x 400g Cans £12.49

Denes Light with chicken and liver is a wholesome, nutritionally balanced diet for adult dogs with a tendency to gain weight. The low-calorie recipe is high in protein and low in fat to help your dog maintain a healthy weight, with digestible and delicious ingredients to nourish and protect from the inside out. All Denes foods are completely natural, containing no artificial ingredients, with blended and balanced nutrition to support growth and development, enhance your dog's physical condition and strengthen its natural defenses.


Meat and animal derivatives (Chicken min 4%, Liver min 4%), cereals, vegetables, derivatives of vegetable origin (parsley, kelp, garlic), vitamins and minerals.

Typical Analysis

Moisture 78% Vitamin A 1,000iu/kg
Protein 6% Vitamin D3 100iu/kg
Oil 4% Vitamin E 10mg/kg
Ash 2% Copper
Fibre 1.5% (as cupric sulphate) 3mg/kg

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Low fat dog food

18th Jul 2014

Hi, just wanted to know if denes chicken and liver wet dog food would be suitable for my 6yr old male boxer dog, as he has just been diagnosed with pancreatitis, and has to have a low fat diet, he is at moment on boiled chicken and rice, and odd can of royal cannin which is too expensive as vets says he would need 3 to 4 cans a day, he is still recovering from a bad bout of pancreatitis. Thanks

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This diet is not low in fat and so I would not recommend it for your dog. If you cannot affors one of the rommended veterinary diets, you could perhaps choose any of the lower calorie, w3eight loss type foods, which are made with more carbohydrate and fibre and less fat. They can suit dogs with pancreatitis. Again the best ones are not cheap, such as Hills w/d. Alternatively you can make youir own food and add a multivitamin and mineral supplement to it, though that tends not to work out any cheaper in fact.