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Green Vales Grain Free Lamb, Sweet Potato & Mint 2kg

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Green Vales Grain Free Lamb, Sweet Potato & Mint 2kg
NO ADDED GRAIN. This recipe is designed to be suitable for those with
grain intolerance/sensitivity.
VETERINARY APPROVED
50% MEAT Rich in amino acids, vitamins and minerals
MINIMUM 26% FRESHLY PREPARED MEAT A natural, traditionally sourced and highly digestible protein source.
SWEET POTATO An excellent alternative to grains, sweet potato is a complex carbohydrate high in B vitamins.
ADDED OMEGA 3 SUPPLEMENT An excellent source of EPA & DHA to support cognitive function, visual development and help to reduce the inflammation response.
NO ADDED ARTIFICIAL COLOURS AND PRESERVATIVES.

Freshly prepared lamb is a traditionally sourced and highly digestible protein source rich in amino acids. Formulated for dogs with grain intolerances or sensitivities.

•50% Lamb, minimum 26% freshly prepared Lamb
•Added Omega 3 supplement to support cognitive
funtion, visual development and help to reduce
the inflammation response.

Analytical Constituents
Crude Protein 26%, Crude Oil and Fats 14%,Crude Fibres 3%, Crude Ash 8%

Composition
Lamb 50% (including 30% Freshly Prepared Lamb, 18% Dried Lamb & 2% Lamb Stock), Sweet Potato (23%), Peas, Pea Protein, Potato (6%), Linseed, Beet Pulp, Omega 3 Supplement, Vitamins & Minerals, Vegetable Stock, Mint (equivalent to 7.5g per Kg of product), FOS (92 mg/kg), MOS (23 mg/kg).
Customer reviews
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 5/5
My dog is an extremely fussy eater. Over the years I have wasted so much money on constantly trying him on new food only to throw it away. I popped in to the Eltham store one day to try out yet another brand of food and Brian suggested I try my dog on the grain free food, and I can honestly say that I haven’t looked back since, as my dog loves it! Also, unlike some of the more expensive top of the range foods I’d previously tried my dog on over the years, grain free seems to stay much fresher.
Colleen S.