We have worked closely with our veterinary and nutritional consultant, Nick Thompson, BSc (Vet Sci) Hons, BVM&S, VetMFHom, MRCVS, in the development of our recipes. Nick is a practising vet and founder of the Raw Feeding Veterinary Society.
Our 70/30 complete senior lamb meal is formulated for older dogs and consists of 70% raw meat and bone, 30% fresh seasonal vegetables and natural herbal supplements. The senior range also includes our Cotswold Joint Care.
British lamb, chicken bone, beef heart, beef liver, free range eggs, fresh seasonal vegetables (carrots, broccoli, parsnip or kale), milled flaxseed, kelp, cayenne, dandelion, alfalfa, spirulina, nettle leaf, turmeric and thyme.
Moisture 69%, Protein 13%, Fat 10%, Ash (inorganic matter) 2.5%, Fibre 0.7%, Calcium 0.9%, Copper 2mg/kg, Magnesium 0.04%, Manganese 1mg/kg, Phosphorous 0.51%, Potassium 0.25%, Sodium 0.09%, Chloride 0.09%
Adult dogs should be fed, as a guide, 2-3% of their bodyweight per day. Click here for detailed feeding guidelines.
Being a fresh product once defrosted, keep for 48-72hours in a refrigerator. This meal should be fed raw. Thoroughly defrost food before serving.
Always remember good hygiene practices, handle as you would any other raw meat. Wash hands and utensils after handling.