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Let your dog enjoy a proper cooked breakfast with this tasty wet dog food from Lily’s Kitchen, with freshly prepared lean venison sausage meat, eggs and beans - the perfect start to the day!Lily’s Kitchen Great British Breakfast is a delicious wet food that lets your dog settle in for a proper breakfast in the same way as you do. Get the kettle on, find the newspaper and enjoy a leisurely breakfast time with the family - which, of course, includes your beloved canine friend!
As with every other Lily’s Kitchen dog food recipe, this brilliant Great British Breakfast is made with tasty and nutritious fresh meat. Each of these complete and balanced meals contains lean and protein-rich venison sausage meat, delicious ham, egg, fibre-packed haricot beans and a sprinkle of nutritious parsley.
So whether you're having a long, luxurious weekend breakfast or need something quick to serve up before work, this nourishing recipe will leave your dog bright eyed and waggy tailed from the very first bite.
Lily’s Kitchen is only made from real meat, with no rendered animal parts, carcass or derivatives. It is also free from GM ingredients, with no artificial preservatives, colours, taste enhancers or sweeteners. This Great British Breakfast contains no wheat, corn or soya - to produce a delicious, nutritious, digestible food for your dog.
Lily’s Kitchen Great British Breakfast 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] (0.75mg), manganese [as manganous chelate of amino acids hydrate] (3mg), iodine [as calcium iodate] (0.75mg).
Locust bean gum (1g).
|Dog’s size||Cans per day|
|small dogs||1/4 – 1/2|
|medium-sized dogs||1/2 – 2|
|large dogs||2 – 3|
|extra large dogs||3 – 4|
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. Fresh water should be provided at all times.