Natural Instinct

Natural Christmas Feast

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As we all tuck into our roast dinners your deserving dogs can now sample the delights of a traditional turkey meal, with all the trimmings. Not only do these additional trimmings contribute to the delicious natural flavours but they also help provide all the essential nutrients, minerals and vitamins for optimum health in your dogs. Suitable for dogs of all breeds and puppies over 8 weeks.

Benefits:

  • Lots of energy
  • Shiny coat
  • Healthy digestion and bowels
  • Healthy skin
  • Fresher breath
  • Dense bones, teeth and joints
  • More resilient immune system
  • Stools reduced and easier to clean up

Ingredients

British turkey with bone (75%), Carrot, British turkey liver (5%), Apple, Parsnip, Spinach, Sea Kelp, British flaxseed oil, Sage, Cranberry powder

Analysis

Moisture 68%, Protein 14.5%, Fat 9%, Inorganic Matter 5%, Fibre 1.5%, Calcium 1.6%, Phosphorous 1.0%, Sodium 0.1%

Product Information

A frozen complete and balanced raw food for dogs

Feeding Guide

IDEAL WEIGHT ADULT PUPPY
1-5kg 150g 300g
6-10kg 200g 400g
11-15kg 300g 600g
16-20kg 400g 800g
21-25kg 500g 1000g
26-30kg 600g 1200g
31-35kg 700g 1400g
36-40kg 800g 1600g
41-45kg 900g 1800g 
46-50kg 1kg 2kg

Adult dogs should be fed 2-3% of their ideal body weight per day and puppies 5-6%. Every dog is different. adjust portions accordingly.

Raw Feeding Good Practise

  • Defrost in fridge for 24 hours or on the side for 12 hours out of direct sunlight
  • Once defrosted, store up to 4 days in the fridge - never refreeze
  • Always think of hygiene first
  • Always wash hands and work surfaces after handling raw food
  • Always wash bowl between meals
  • Always leave out fresh drinking water
  • Never leave raw food down for your dog to graze