Laverstoke Wild Venison with Duck & Beef
Nutriment's wild venison, duck and beef recipe contains 100% human-grade quality venison meat, duck meat and beef offal. Carefully selected by our in-house canine nutritionists, our premium ingredients are biologically appropriate, easily digestible and packed with nutrients, which promotes optimal canine health. Our Laverstoke range is free from fillers, grain, additives and preservatives, which are often found in commercially available dog foods and can be potentially harmful to dogs. Our meat comes from a certified biodynamic and organic farm in Hampshire, England, where biodiversity and slow, natural growth of animals and plants are the fundamental principles.
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Sold in 500g trays. Feed 2-3% of the dog's ideal body weight per day, ideally spread over two meals.
Contains 100% fresh meat, offal and bone.
Wild Venison (50%), Gressingham Duck with Bone (30%), Organic Beef Heart (10%), Organic Beef Liver (5%), Organic Beef Kidney (5%)
Venison refers to the meat of deer and is highly nutritious for dogs. Our lean venison contains quality protein as well as an abundance of other nutrients including vitamin B12, riboflavin, vitamin B6, niacin and iron. Venison is a complete protein for dogs, which means it contains all of the essential amino acids that dogs need to consume as part of their diet. Venison has a rich flavour and is very palatable for dogs, increasing their food enjoyment and adding a variety of flavour to their feeding rotation. The ground bone included in this recipe also contributes to oral hygiene and health. We formulate our Laverstoke range to consist of an 80/10/10 meat/bone/offal ratio for optimal nutrition.
Duck is nutritionally loaded with B-vitamins like niacin and pyridoxine, immune system boosters like zinc and selenium and Omega 3 fatty acids which will promote a healthy coat and skin for your dog. Raw duck meat and bone provides high-quality protein with a naturally low-fat content, making it an ideal food to promote overall canine health. The ground bone included in this recipe also contributes to oral hygiene and health.
Beef offal is a fantastic source of riboflavin, niacin, thiamin, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, copper, selenium and iron, as well as being great sources of protein. These are all essential nutrients which contribute to the overall health of dogs, including, heart, skin, bone, blood, digestive, oral and immune system health.
Venison and duck are often considered novel proteins for dog foods, meaning that they a relatively new protein source and therefore few intolerances towards venison and duck have developed in canines. It is because of this that we can consider this recipe as 'hypoallergenic'. If your dog suffers from allergies or intolerances, we suggest trying one of our hypoallergenic formulas. Symptoms of allergies or intolerances can include unpleasant digestive issues, poor skin and coat health and lack of energy or vitality. As always, if you are concerned about any symptoms your dog is experiencing, consult your vet.
Our wild venison with duck and beef recipe is available in 500g trays
This Wild Venison with Duck and Beef 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: 67.3%
- Protein: 15.8%
- Fat: 13.6%
- Ash: 2.8%
- Fibre: 0.5%
- Moisture - the natural presence found in the ingredients
- Protein - are biological molecules consisting of one or more chains of amino acids
- Fat - includes all fats: saturated fats, trans fats, and the unsaturated fats, polyunsaturated and monounsaturated
- Ash (inorganic matter) - is the inorganic residue remaining after the water and organic matter have been removed
- Fibre - the term given to the indigestible part of food
Minimum guidelines by F.E.D.I.A.F. Adult Late Growth 1/1
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|