Lamb + Berries & Wild Herbs


Lamb + Berries & Wild Herbs

Lamb has a high acceptance among dogs and supplies high-quality proteins. Healthy blueberries, raspberries and cranberries strengthen your dog with vitamins. Potatoes serve as an energy source – thereby your dog is supplied with important carbohydrates without any grains. Wild herbs like Rosemary or chamomile and salmon oil complete the natural dry food.


Feeding guide:

Food could be served dry or moistened with lukewarm water. The daily consumed amount of food is dependent on the age, size, performance, and can vary according environment. If served for first time, mix with previous food over the course of several upcoming days. Be always sure your dog has plenty of fresh water to drink. The recommended daily amount is shown below in the feeding table.


Dried lamb (33%) , fresh chicken (25%), potatoes (15%), poultry fat (preserved with tocopherols and rosemary extract) (8%), peas (4%), berries (blueberries , cranberries , raspberries) (4%), apples (3%), carrots (2%), salmon oil (2%), hydrolyzed chicken liver (2%), potato protein (1%), glucosamine , mannan-oligosaccharides, chondroitin sulfate, fructo-oligosaccharides, herbal mix ( dandelion, chamomile, plantain, rosemary, yarrow, parsley, psyllium, marigold) (0,01%), Yucca schidigera.

Analytical constituents:

Protein (28%), fat (14%), crude ash (7,8%) , crude fiber (3,5%) , calcium (1,6%) , phosphor (1,2%) , 3660 kcal / kg .

Nutritional additives per kg

Vitamin A 20.000 IU , Vitamin D3 1.400 IU , Vitamin E ( α - tocopherol ) 350 mg , zinc 80 mg, iron 65 mg , magnesium 36 mg , iodine 0,6 mg, copper 16 mg , selenium 0,20 mg.

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