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Natures Menu Multipack Canned Dog Food

  • Wet » 12 x 400g Cans £19.08

Description

Natures Menu Multipack Cans contain all four great varieties together. The Natures Menu cans have a high meat content without any soya, wheat, maize and bran fillers. All meals contain added sunflower oil to add joint health. Beef is a rich iron source that is essential to allow the synthesis of haemoglobin in the blood to optimise metabolism and energy transfer. Chicken is a superb lean protein, rich in natural oils that contain omega 3 and 6 fatty acids and essential amino acids. Lamb has been widely recognised as a great dinner for your dog and vets have recommended Lamb and Rice for years because it is understood to be the original hypoallergenic protein source. Salmon is a great source of protein and natural antioxidants. It is also a great source of long chained Omega 3 fatty acids like DHA and EPA which are important for cognitive health and joint health.

  • 3 x Beef & Chicken with Potato, Peas & Carrots
  • 3 x Chicken & Vegetables with Potato, Peas & Carrots
  • 3 x Chicken & Salmon with Rice, Peas & Carrots
  • 3 x Lamb & Chicken with Rice, Peas & Carrots

Benefits

  • Steam cooked to retain nutrients
  • 55% min actual Meat, No meat derivatives
  • Complete and Balanced
  • Free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives

Composition

Beef with Chicken

Beef (min 37%), Chicken (min 18%), Potato (min 8%), Carrots (min 6%), Peas (min 4%), Sunflower oil (<1%).

Chicken with Salmon

Chicken (min 34%), Salmon (min 25%), Carrots (min 6%), Rice (min 4%) Peas (min 4%), Sunflower oil (<1%).

Chicken with Vegetables

Chicken (min 55%), Potato (min 8%), Carrots (min 6%), Peas (min 4%), Sunflower oil (<1%).

Lamb with Chicken

Lamb (min 30%), Chicken (min 29%), Carrots (min 6%), Peas (min 4%), Rice (min 4%), Sunflower oil (<1%).

Analysis

Beef with Chicken

  • Analytical Constituents
  • Protein (10%), Crude Oils & Fats (7%), Crude Ash (2%), Crude Fibres (<1%), Moisture (76.5%)
  • Additives (per kg)
  • Vitamins: Vitamin A (3.000iu), Vitamin D3 (200iu), Vitamin E (30mg)
  • Trace Elements: Zinc sulphate monohydrate (15mg), Manganese sulphate monohydrate (3mg), Calcium iodate (0.75mg), Sodium selenite (0.03mg).

Chicken with Salmon

  • Analytical Constituents
  • Protein (10%), Crude Oils & Fats (6%), Crude Ash (2%), Crude Fibres (<1%), Moisture (76.5%)
  • Additives (per kg)
  • Vitamin A (3.000iu), Vitamin D3 (200iu), Vitamin E (30mg)
  • Trace Elements: Zinc sulphate monohydrate (15mg), Manganese sulphate monohydrate (3mg), Calcium iodate (0.75mg), Sodium selenite (0.03mg)

Chicken with Vegetables

  • Analytical Constituents
  • Protein (10%), Crude Oils & Fats (6%), Crude Ash (2%), Crude Fibres (<1%), Moisture (76.5%)
  • Additives (per kg)
  • Vitamin A (3.000iu), Vitamin (D3 200iu), Vitamin E (30mg)
  • Trace Elements: Zinc sulphate monohydrate (15mg), Manganese sulphate monohydrate (3mg), Calcium iodate (0.75mg), Sodium selenite (0.03mg), sulphate monohydrate (18mg/kg)

Lamb with Chicken

  • Analytical Constituents
  • Protein (10%), Crude Oils & Fats (6%), Crude Ash (2%), Crude Fibres (<1%, Moisture (76.5%)
  • Additives (per kg)
  • Vitamin A (3.000iu), Vitamin D3 (200iu), Vitamin E (30mg)
  • Trace Elements: Zinc sulphate monohydrate (15mg), Manganese sulphate monohydrate (3mg), Calcium iodate (0.75mg), Sodium selenite (0.03mg)

Feeding guidelines

The following guidelines show the recommended feeding amount in grams per day. Ensure a supply of fresh drinking water is available at all times.

  • Small Dog = 100 - 350g
  • Medium Dog = 350 - 600g
  • Large Dog = 600 - 1100g
  • Extra Large Dog = 1100 - 1700g

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Suitable for old dog?

10th Feb 2016
Carol Rich
  • VioVet Customer Since: June 2013
  • From: South Yorkshire, United Kingdom

My goldie is 14 years and 2 months.still playful and although slowing can still do two walks a day.recently he started with mini seizures and then diaorreah.after many blood tests(excellent) and an MRI scan-clear-a neurologist decided he was allergic to his dog food.ive had him on home cooked which has stopped his seizures but still odd bouts of upset tums.im concerned about getting his mineral /bits/calcium correct too.would this food be better? He weighs 36 kg

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This sounds a bit odd, because I would not have thought that a food allergy would be the most likely cause. However if this was a veterinary qualified specialist neurologist said, they will know much better than me, so I will not argue.

An allergy will not be to the previous "dog food", but it could be to one or more very specific proteins found in that dog food. This is important because if an allergy is involved, your dog could (for example) be allergic to wheat and chicken. If they were found in your previous dog food but are missing from what you feed now, then all will be well. You could in fact pick any sort of dog food or human food which does not include those ingredients and all would be well. Or you could cook some chicken and give it with a slice of bread or a biscuit and it would be a disaster. Allergies are not to "the food" as such, but to particular ingredients. Nature Diet may or may not contain those ingredients, depending what your dog is allergic to. There are lots of diets intended for dogs with allergies (Purina HA or Hills z/d, or Eukanuba Dermatosis FP etc) but any diet could work depending on the ingredients and the allergy. I think you should talk to your vet about this a bit more because you do not seem to have a clear understanding of the diagnosis or its implications. Best of luck though!