Coyote Canine Grain Free Senior/Light, Trout, Salmon, Sweet Potato & Asparagus
Coyote Canine Senior/Light, Trout, Salmon, Sweet Potato & Asparagus
Introducing our fantastic dry food for dogs;
Its widely known that all dogs have intolerance to wheat and gluten, most commercial dog foods use foods such as wheat, rice, oats, barley and other grains as fillers to bulk the food up, they also use meat and vegetables from derivatives, as well as using proteins from meat and soya. Not Harrison's, ours is a totally grain free dog food, its made from the best ingredients and is made in the UK,
50% Salmon & Trout – Rich in amino acids, vitamins & minerals fish is a delicious source of protein that your pet will love!
No added Grain – This recipe is designed to be suitable for those with grain intolerance/ sensitivity.
Sweet Potato- An excellent alternative to grains, sweet potato is a complex carbohydrate high in B vitamins.
Minimum 30% Freshly Prepared Fish– A natural, traditionally sourced and highly digestible protein source.
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 & preservatives
Ingredients: Trout and Salmon 50% (including 30% Freshly Prepared Trout, 11% Dried Salmon, 4% Freshly Prepared Salmon, 3% Salmon Oil & 2% Salmon Stock), Sweet Potato (24%), Peas, Potato (6%), Beet Pulp, Linseed, Potato Protien, Vitamins & Minerals, Vegetable Stock, Omega 3 Supplement, Asparagus (equivalent to 7.5g per Kg of product), Glucosamine (170 mg/kg), Methylsulfonylmethane (170 mg/kg), Chondroitin Sulphate (125 mg/kg), FOS (92 mg/kg), MOS (23 mg/kg).
Protein 26%, Oil 8%, Fibre 2%, Ash 7.9%, Kibble size 5x14mm
Weight of Dog Grams per day
|1 – 5 kg||25 – 80g|
|5 – 10 kg||80 – 140g|
|10 – 20 kg||140 – 235|
|20 - 30 kg||235 – 320|
|30 – 40 kg||320 – 400|
*These guidelines should be adapted to take into account breed, age, temperament & the activity level of the dog. When changing foods please introduce gradually over a period for 2 weeks.