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Hypoallergenic wet dog food with freshly prepared, premium-quality venison and wild boar in a wholesome terrine, free from grains and packed full of key nutrition.Lily’s Kitchen Venison & Wild Boar Terrine wet dog food is made from only the finest quality muscle meat and selected, nutrient-rich offal. This easily digestible recipe contains 30% venison and 30% wild boar, all freshly prepared and complemented by organic fruit and vegetables for a taste as good as homemade.
Lily’s Kitchen Venison & Wild Boar Terrine wet dog food is naturally rich in vital nutrients and full of flavour. Added herbs and blossoms, including dandelion and burdock roots, promote healthy organ function and support your dog’s general wellbeing. This tasty wet dog food also contains hempseed oil as an extra source of valuable, unsaturated fatty acids.
Your dog’s health will benefit from the rich nutrient profile of this food. As well as supporting the immune system and promoting a glistening coat, Lily’s Kitchen Venison & Wild Boar Terrine can also help to soothe digestion in sensitive dogs. Unlike conventional dog food, which often contains meat meal or chemical additives, all Lily’s Kitchen products are developed with an emphasis on purity and naturalness. This complete wet food is also free from wheat and soya, making it especially easy to digest and ideal for dogs with allergies or nutritional sensitivities.
Spoil your dog with delicious, hypoallergenic complete wet dog food from Lily’s Kitchen.
Lily’s Kitchen Venison & Wild Boar Terrine for Dogs at a glance:
Additives per kg:
Vitamin D3 (200 IU), vitamin E (30mg).
Zinc [as zinc chelate of amino acids hydrate] (15mg), copper [as copper-(II)-chelate of amino acids hydrate] (1mg), manganese [as manganous chelate of amino acids hydrate] (3mg), iodine [as calcium iodate] (0.75mg).
Locust bean gum (1g).
Please note that these are guidelines only. Actual feeding amounts depend on your pet's age, breed, activity levels and other circumstances. In the case of overweight dogs, feeding amounts should be calculated on the basis of their target weight, not their current weight.