Natural Instinct – Working Chicken Raw Dog Food

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This is one of Natural Instinct’s most popular recipes. Made using 100% British human grade chicken from DEFRA approved farms and with added vitamin C this recipe helps support a healthy immune system and to maintain healthy ligaments and joints.

 

Additional Info

The Working Dog range has been formulated for dogs in active work and the recipes contain a slightly higher meat content and added vitamin C to help support their hardworking lifestyle. All of the Working Dog range recipes are complete and balanced with no need for supplements.

 

Additives:

Vitamin C (50mg per kg)

Analysis

Moisture 65.2%, Protein 14.8%, Fat 14.1%, Fibre 1.0%, Calcium 1.1%, Phosphorus 0.7%, Sodium 0.1%, Inorganic Matter 3.8%

 

Product Information

A frozen complete and balanced raw food for working dogs. Available in 1kg or 2x500g tubs.

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Flavour

Chicken

Ingredients

British chicken with bone (85%), carrot, apple, butternut squash, spinach, sea kelp, Scottish salmon oil

Product Analysis

Moisture 65.2%, Protein 14.8%, Fat 14.1%, Fibre 1.0%, Calcium 1.1%, Phosphorus 0.7%, Sodium 0.1%, Inorganic Matter 3.8%

What customers think about this product

4.8
Based on 45 reviews

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My dog has itchy skin he weights 25 kl how much would he need a day Mary Hall asked on 29 June 2021
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Hi Mary, a dog weighing 25kg would be fed 2-3% of their body weight per day over two meals (Ideally breakfast and before bed). At 2.5% as a guide you would need to feed your dog 625g per day in total over these two meals. In regards to itching there are many many possible causes from air allergens, food protein allergens, food intolerances, skin fungal infections, skin bacterial infections, fleas et cetera. We would more than welcome you to call us for a chat to see if our knowledge can be of any help, but with so many possible causes you can only try elimination of possible causes you can control. We would always recommend speaking to your Veterinarian where possible and would advise any Raw feeder to use a Vet who is a member of RFVS - Details of which can be found here: https://rfvs.info/ Dogfoods4u answered on 4 July 2021 store managerstore manager
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