Burns Free Range Chicken with Carrots & Brown Rice

6 x 395g
Hypoallergenic wet food for adult & senior nutritionally sensitive dogs, gluten-free, mono-protein source, digestible carbohydrates, with vitamins & minerals, handmade in Wales.for further information...
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Burns Free Range Chicken with Carrots & Brown Rice
Burns Free Range Chicken with Carrots & Brown Rice
Burns Free Range Chicken with Carrots & Brown Rice
Burns Free Range Chicken with Carrots & Brown Rice
Burns Free Range Chicken with Carrots & Brown Rice
Burns Free Range Chicken with Carrots & Brown Rice
Burns Free Range Chicken with Carrots & Brown Rice
Burns Free Range Chicken with Carrots & Brown Rice
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Burns Free Range Chicken with Carrots & Brown Rice

- 6 x 395g

RRP* £15.99
Our Price £12.19
£5.14 / kg

Product description

Hypoallergenic wet food for adult & senior nutritionally sensitive dogs, gluten-free, mono-protein source, digestible carbohydrates, with vitamins & minerals, handmade in Wales.

Burns Free Range Chicken with Carrots & Brown Rice is a complete wet food for adult and older dogs of all breeds. The dog food is hypoallergenic and therefore particularly suitable for nutritionally sensitive dogs with sensitive digestion and skin. The only animal protein source is free-range chicken, which provides high-quality protein and a delicious flavour.

The dog meal is gluten-free and contains digestible carbohydrates from brown rice. Burns Free Range Chicken with Carrots & Brown Rice is made from natural ingredients and has a manageable recipe with no hidden additives or fillers. So you can be sure that only selected ingredients end up in your pet's bowl.

Burns Free Range Chicken with Carrots & Brown Rice at a glance:
  • Wholesome wet food for adult & older dogs of all breeds
  • Also suitable as a dry food topping for puppies under 9 months of age
  • Hypoallergenic: suitable for nutritionally sensitive dogs with sensitive digestion & skin
  • Mono-protein source: free-range chicken, high-quality protein & delicious flavour
  • Gluten-free: digestible carbohydrates from brown rice
  • Natural ingredients: straightforward recipe, without hidden additives & fillers
  • Balanced: with important vitamins & minerals
  • Cooked by hand: prepared with love in Wales
  • Developed by veterinary surgeon John Burns

Ingredients

Ingredients:
Free-range chicken (26%), carrots (25%), brown rice (12.5%), minerals.

Additives per kg:
Nutritional additives:
Vitamin A [3a672a] (6. 250 IU), vitamin D3 [3a671] (625 IU), vitamin E [3a700] (40 IU), zinc [as zinc chelate of protein hydrolysates] (11.9mg), iron [as iron (II) chelate of protein hydrolysates] (3.25mg), copper [as copper (II) chelate of protein hydrolysates] (1.11mg), iodine [as anhydrous calcium iodate] (1.22mg), selenium [as selenised yeast Sacchromyces cerevisiae NCYC R397, inactivated] (0.043mg).

Analytical constituents

protein6.5 %
fat3.9 %
fibre0.6 %
ash2.0 %
moisture75.0 %

Feeding guide

Feeding recommendation: 
Burns Free Range Chicken with Carrots & Brown Rice is a complete food for dogs.
 
Weight of the dog
Feed quantity/day
Only wet food
Mixed feeding
Dry food
Wet food
3kg
120g
15g
60g
5kg
200g
25g
100g
10kg
400g
60g
150g
20kg
800g
150g
200g
30kg
1.200g
200g
400g

1 bowl (395g) corresponds to approx. 100g dry food.

Please note: The feeding quantities given above are only a guide. Actual requirements will depend on the breed, age, activity level, environmental factors and individual circumstances. Adjustments should be made in the light of experience. For overweight dogs, the daily feeding amount should be based on the target weight and not the actual weight.