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Tasty grain-free kibble with organic chicken, MSC fish, peas and seaweed for all types of adult dogs.
A complete, nutritious and highly appetising meal, ideal for dogs that have difficulty digesting grains. Only pure and certified organic food, which means it's without chemical fragrances, colourants and flavours, pesticides and GMO and the most digestible sources of protein have been carefully selected to make sure your dog gets exactly what it needs.
This bag contains 26% chicken slowly dried from at least 2.5kg of fresh organic chicken. Organic chickens have a better life with the chance to roam freely, eat purely organically and they live longer than regular chickens. Chicken is added to the dry food as it is highly appreciated by dogs and easy to digest. MSC herring is high in omega-3 and 6 fatty acids, has an anti-inflammatory effect on the skin and coat and helps to keep joints flexible. The organic peas in this grain-free dog food are gluten free and provide an extra source of fibre. They also help to keep blood sugar levels down. The added certified organic seaweed contains vitamins A, D and E and minerals. It is high in proteins and contributes to regular bowel movements, beautiful fur and flexible muscles. Yarrah grain-free dog food is perfect for people who prefer to feed their dog grain-free and also suitable for more active dogs, due to the higher level of protein and fat.
26% dried chicken*, whole green peas*, whole yellow peas*, potatoe starch*, sunflower seed husks*, chicken fat*, 4% wild dried MSC¹ herring, minerals, 0.7% hydrolyzed pork liver*, and dried seaweed*.
* = organic
¹From an MSC certified sustainable fishery. www.msc.org.
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