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Lily's Kitchen Wild Campfire Stew Adult Dog Food

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SRP £17.10
£18.68
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Wild Campfire Stew is made with freshly prepared venison, pheasant, and salmon - an alternative choice for dogs that may be allergic to the traditional protein sources.

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This delicious grain free recipe is made with freshly prepared venison, pheasant and salmon which could be an alternative choice for dogs that may be allergic to the traditional protein sources. Each scrumptious serving is full of tasty, wholesome vegetables - potatoes (a source of potassium) and butternut squash (packed with vitamins A & C). Includes a unique blend of herbs to help provide the very best health benefits for your dog.

Sizes

Available in:
  • Wild Campfire Stew 6 x 400g and 24 x 400g Tins

Key Benefits

  • Freshly prepared venison.
  • Gentle digestion.
  • Grain free recipe.

Ingredients

  • Wild Campfire Stew Tin
    65% Freshly Prepared: Venison (40%); Pheasant (15%); Salmon (10%), Potatoes (3%), Butternut Squash, Green Beans (1%), Apples, Vitamins & Minerals, Hemp Oil (Source of Omega 3 & 6).

InfoPLEASE NOTE: Some pet food tins are made from very thin metal, so we package them carefully for shipping. However the odd tin can get a little dented during transit. In the majority of cases this is simply cosmetic damage and the contents are unaffected. If you see a dented tin on delivery, just give it a quick once over and if you can't see any leaks the can's unpunctured - the food will be fine. If a can has leaked or is punctured get in touch via email at contact@petdrugsonline.co.uk

Instructions

Health & safety message: because Lily's Kitchen use freshly prepared venison, there may be a rare chance of finding a tiny piece of shot in this recipe. Lily's Kitchen assure you that they take the greatest care and safety measures to ensure there is no shot left in the meat but very occasionally a small piece may have escaped.