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Coconut Chicken 400g

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640,00 ARS each Weight: 400 g

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  1. Product
  2. Ingredients
  3. Nutritional Info
  4. Feeding Guidelines
  5. Health Tips

Succulent chicken marinated in coconut with spiced tangy apple and stuffed with yummy seasonal vegetables, this carefully blended recipe is a rich source of energy as it naturally contains lauric acid. It offers numerous health benefits such as it is anti-viral, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial. More importantly, it helps balance the immune system.

Suitable for all life stages.

Seasonal vegetables (Butternut Squash, Pumpkin, Spinach, Carrot, Peas), Chicken, Beef Heart, Apple, Sardines, Beef Liver, Coconut, Vegetable Oil, Kelp, Alfalfa, Spirulina, Bonemeal, Fish Oil, Nuts & Seeds, Brewers Yeast, Seasonal Herbs, Calcium Carbonate, Apple Cider Vinegar.

Moisture: 74%

Crude Protein: 12%

Oils & Fats: 5%

Crude Fibre: 1%

Crude Ash: 2%

Typically a 400g pack feeds a 20kg dog daily. Please refer to our feeding guideline for more details.

Fully defrost before feeding. Apply good hygiene procedures and wash hands thoroughly after feeding.

Fresh water should always be available for your pet.

Never refreeze after defrosting. Warm water can be added to the food for those dogs that prefer their food at room temperature.

Consider buying your pet meats in season. Dogs need different foods at different times of the year to help balance their overall well-being and prevent disease.

By aligning with the seasons you'll see rhythms in your dog that keep your pet in tune with nature for optimum health and it helps keep the environment sustainable.




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