Go Native Duck with Apple & Cranberry Dry Dog Food is a scrumptious Duck dinner with potatoes and vegetables. It has a high 70% meat content using locally raised fresh Irish duck. The product is 100% made in Ireland. Sustainable sourced and completely grain free recipe that is biologically appropriate for you dog. This is a high quality food using high quality ingredients.
- Locally raised fresh Irish Duck with Irish Apples and hand picked Cranberry.
- 100% Irish Product
- 70% meat content, mono-protein
- Sustainable sourced, fully traceable, grain-free ingredients
- Available in 800g, 4Kg and 12Kg bag sizes
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It’s safe to say that because you love and care about your dog, you are particular about what they eat. And we are particular about using trusted suppliers and only the best, carefully sourced, natural ingredients to create recipes your pet will thrive on.
IngredientsFreshly Prepared Duck 40%, Dehydrated
Duck 25%, Sweet Potato 7%, Duck Fat
7.5%, Pea Starch, Whole Linseed, Dried Seaweed, Hydrolysed Liver
Protein 1%, Sodium Chloride, Yeast Extract, Dried Apple, Dried
Broccoli (5% fresh broccoli equivalent), Glucosamine Hydrochloride,
Chondroitin Sulphate. BOTANICALS: Alfalfa, Dried Blueberry, Dried
Carrot, Dried Cranberry, Dried Ginger, Dried Marigold, Oregano,
Dried Rosehip, Dried Spinach, Turmeric, Yucca Schidigera.
|Nutrient||Amount (per kg)|
|Breed Examples||Breed Size||Weight |
|12kg bag will roughly last?|
|Chihuahua, Yorkshire Terrier, Jack Russell, Pug ||X Small, Small||5 - 10||105- 150||11 Weeks|
|Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Bulldog, Border Collie||Medium||10 - 20||150 - 300||7 Weeks|
|German Shepherd, Labrador||Large||20 - 40||300 - 475||5 Weeks|
|Rottweiler, Great Dane||X Large||40 +||475 +||4 Weeks|
Go Native Duck Dry Dog Food can be fed dry or moistened with water or gravy to be the consistency that your dog prefers. Typically a thorough mix of 2 parts warm water with 3 parts of dry weight food is preferred. The above amounts are only a guide and you should only feed sufficient amounts to maintain condition dependent upon the level of activity of your dog. Always ensure fresh clean drinking water is available at all times.