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A delicious grain-free wet dog food specially formulated to meet the needs of ageing dogs, with a wholesome recipe including green lipped mussel to help support healthy joints and digestion.Lily’s Kitchen Senior Recipe wet dog food boasts an exclusive recipe developed to support your dog’s health during their golden years. As they age, dogs need an increased level of vital nutrients to maintain their vitality, so this natural wet dog food contains green-lipped mussel extract for healthy bones and joints. The added kelp contains DPA and EHA to support cognitive function, while the natural prebiotics are important for a balanced digestive system.
This complete wet food for dogs aged 7+ is made from freshly prepared meat and lots of healthy fruit and vegetables – just like homemade! It boasts 60% mouth-watering turkey, which is an easily digestible source of valuable proteins, as well as cranberries. This means that Lily’s Kitchen Senior Recipe for Dogs 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. 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 senior wet dog 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 elderly dog with delicious, hypoallergenic complete wet dog food from Lily’s Kitchen.
Lily’s Kitchen Senior Recipe for Older 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] (0.5mg), 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.