Chicken Dinner for Dogs
Our Chicken Dinner for Dogs recipe contains the protein, amino acids, essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals that smaller breeds and less active dogs require to live a full and healthy lifestyle. Featuring biologically appropriate ingredients, carefully selected by our in-house canine nutritionists, our chicken recipe includes 100% human-grade quality chicken for dogs with nutrient dense vegetables and superfoods. Our recipes are free from grains, fillers, additives and preservatives, commonly found in commercially available dog foods, which can cause digestive discomfort to pets. These complete meals come in single-serve trays (depending on your dog's size) for convenience and appropriate portion control.
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A complete food for smaller, less-active pets. Suitable for all breeds. Our Chicken Dinner for Dogs recipe is available in 200g trays. Contains 75% meat and bone, 25% vegetables and superfoods
British Chicken with Bone, Fresh Pumpkin, Fresh Broccoli, Fresh Green Curly Kale, Organic Coconut Oil, Raw Sea Kelp Powder (Laminaria japonica)
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Chicken is naturally low in fat and contains high-quality protein, making it a great choice for optimal canine health, for all breeds, sizes and age of dog. High-quality chicken, which makes up 75% of our recipe, is rich in nutrients such as magnesium, potassium and zinc. These are all essential nutrients which contribute to many different functions in the canine body. The ground bone in this recipe also contributes to your pet's calcium intake in a digestion-friendly way.
Chicken for dogs is biologically appropriate, it's natural and great-tasting protein source for dogs of all ages, sizes and breed. It is particularly recommended for dogs who are overweight or prone to health conditions such as pancreatitis and colitis.
Supplementary vegetables and superfoods
Nutriment's Chicken Dinner for Dogs recipe contains biologically appropriate vegetables and nutritious superfoods which contain essential nutrition to boost the nutritional profile of our raw meals. Pumpkin, broccoli, curly kale, coconut oil and raw sea kelp powder contain dietary fibre, healthy fats, vitamins, minerals and natural salts to support canine health in a variety of ways
This Chicken Dinner for Dogs is a frozen raw meat product and must be stored and handled accordingly. Once defrosted this product will remain fresh for 3-4 days in the refrigerator.
Typical analysis as fed:
- Moisture: 69.71%
- Protein: 14.90%
- Fat: 8.53%,
- Ash (inorganic matter): 4.0%
- Fibre: 0.4%
- Calcium: 1.15%
- Phosphorus: 0.67%
- Calorific Content: 130kcal/100g
- Moisture â€“ the natural presence found in the ingredients
- Protein â€“ are biological molecules consisting of one or more chains of amino acids
- Fat â€“ includes all fats: saturated fats, trans fats, and the unsaturated fats, polyunsaturated and monounsaturated
- Ash (inorganic matter) â€“ is the inorganic residue remaining after the water and organic matter have been removed
- Fibre â€“ the term given to the indigestible part of food
Puppies should be fed 5-6% of their growing body weight and Adult dogs should be fed 2-3% of their ideal body weight.
This is only a guide. Some dogs may need, more or less to maintain proper weight. We recommend feeding any dogs over the age of 6 months twice a day. Depending on the breed of your puppy depends on the age they can move to adult formula, larger puppies can move over sooner, but still feed puppy rations until they are fully grown.
With puppies between 3 – 6 weeks old, you can start on our weaning paste. Just like with babies, you want to introduce plain and simple foods first. Our weaning paste is ground to a paste that will have fine bits of bone, which is great for puppies' teeth and easy for them to digest. The weaning paste is only intended as a supplement to the mother's milk. They should be allowed to suckle first then offer the weaning paste.
After 6 weeks, you can start introducing our puppy food which is still very fine and a simple, bland food. By the time they reach 4 months, you can start introducing the normal formulas.
Puppy Feeding Guidelines
|Dog Weight||Puppy Feeding (4-6%) Daily Recommendation|
|5kg||200 - 300g|
|10kg||400 - 600g|
|15kg||600 - 900g|
|20kg||800 - 1200g|
|25kg||1000 - 1500g|
|30kg||1200 - 1800g|
|35kg||1400 - 2100g|
|40kg||1600 - 2400g|
Adult dogs are a lot easier to cater for. Nutriment’s enhanced raw formula meets the energy needs of all breeds of dog, offering highly digestible, flavourful and energy dense nourishment full of essential amino acids, vitamins and dietary macronutrients. Feeding your dog the correct amount of food is vital to their weight and overall health.
Adult Dog Feeding Guidelines
|Dog Weight||Adult Dog Feeding (2-3%) Daily Recommendation|
|5kg||100 - 150g|
|10kg||200 - 300g|
|15kg||300 - 450g|
|20kg||400 - 600g|
|25kg||500 - 750g|
|30kg||600 - 900g|
|35kg||700 - 1050g|