It's All About The Ingredients

Here is a chance to understand your High Quality Healthy Premium Dog Food.

Here is a chance to become your own Nutritionist.

Here are the believed benefits of High Quality Dog Food Ingredients…

Chicken - Chicken provides high quality protein with all the essential amino acids that dogs need for optimal health. A formulated diet with chicken for dogs helps to ensure they receive the necessary protein intake to maintain strong muscles and a healthy immune system.

Chicken Dehydrated - It is made by removing the moisture from chicken meat, which preserves the protein and nutrients while making it easy to store and transport. Dehydrated chicken is also a great option for dogs with sensitive stomachs because it is easy to digest and contains no added preservatives or fillers.

Chicken Meal - If you see a bag of dog food that proudly states it's made with “Real Chicken,” it's referring to a clean combination of chicken flesh and skin. Chicken meal does not contain feathers, heads, feet or intestinal contents. Chicken meal is safe and nutritious for your dog.

Lamb - Lamb contains omega 3 and omega 6 acids, which are essential for the overall health of your dog. They support healthy brain development, which is especially important for younger dogs and puppies. Omega fatty acids are also great for reducing inflammation and boosting kidney and heart health.

Lamb Gravy - Packed with flavour, protein and a rich taste, Lamb is an outstanding source of vitamins and minerals, which may promote muscle growth and performance. Highly palatable and packed with beneficial nutrients, Lamb Gravy is a natural source of essential Vitamin D.

Salmon - Salmon is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, which support the immune system, may decrease inflammation and can keep your dog's coat looking shiny and healthy. Along with some other types of fish, salmon is also a good protein source. In fact, salmon is a common ingredient in high quality dog food.

Duck - Duck contains vitamin B3, or niacin, which helps regulate your dog's glucose levels and convert protein and fats into energy. It also contains vitamin B6, or pyridoxine which improves heart health and increases your dog's metabolism. B vitamins also help prevent cancer.

Pork - Aside from more muscular bones, some of the advantages of pork include: It's an easily digestible protein source and it's a source of Omega 3, which is excellent for your dog’s skin and joint health.

Turkey - It's a lean meat which means it's healthier and easier to digest than fatty red meats. It's also full of protein, low in fat, and rich in essential amino acids and omega-3 fatty acids. These properties all make turkey a great protein choice for dogs looking to lose weight and those maintaining a healthy weight.

Maize - Many veterinary nutritionists agree that corn for dogs is not a problem and in fact, can be part of a well-balanced diet. For centuries, people and their animals have relied on corn as a superb source of these nutrients: Highly digestible carbohydrates for energy. Essential fatty acids for healthy skin and coat. Beta-carotene, vitamin E and lutein — nature's antioxidants.

Sweet Potato - Sweet Potatoes are often found as an ingredient in many high quality dog foods because they are rich in dietary fibre, vitamins (like A, B6 and C), and minerals like iron, calcium, and selenium. They also provide beta-carotene, which is beneficial for your dog's vision, growth, and muscle strength.

Potato - Potatoes are nutrient rich vegetables that provide a healthy serving of vitamin C, vitamin B6, iron, and magnesium. The combination of these vitamins and minerals can have positive effects on your dog's immune and nervous systems.

Salmon Oil - Salmon Oil is such a marvel because of its wonder trio of fatty acids: Omega 3, 6 and 9. These powerful ingredients are really beneficial to your dog's body and mind; they promote healthier skin and coat quality, improved heart health and they boost immune system, brainpower and movement.

Chicken Oil - Poultry oil provides many benefits to our canine companions. Dogs need protein and fats as a primary energy source. Poultry and poultry oil builds lean muscle mass in dogs and delivers Omega 6 fatty acids that help sustain healthy skin and shiny coats.

Poultry Gravy - The gravy works as a good supplement containing additional protein, and B vitamins (which do not interfere with the existing foods) to support health. Further, it helps boost your dog's hydration if made into gravy.

Alfalfa - It is often recommended by holistic vets because of its ability to help with arthritis. It's also known for its ability to reduce the risk of cancer and because of its diuretic properties, its usefulness in treating kidney and bladder infections in dogs.

Peas - Green peas are packed full of vitamins like A, K and C, minerals such as iron, manganese and phosphorus. They also benefit from being rich in protein and high in fibre. On top of this, peas also contain lutein which is an antioxidant that may be good for a dog's skin, heart and eye health.

Digest - Palatable. Excellent source of high quality protein. Enhances the taste of dry dog food. Stimulates dogs' appetite. Animal digest is a common ingredient used in dog foods. 

Yeast Extracts - Yeast can support your dog's immune system and overall health. It is rich in B vitamins, which support brain function, digestion, red blood cell production and dog eye health.

Whole Linseed - Linseed can be a great addition to the diet for dogs; it can have the same benefits as it does for people. A rich dietary source of insoluble and soluble fibre, lignans and omega-3 with of course a lovely succulent flavour that dogs find palatable. Especially good for the digestion and hormone balance.

Minerals - Trace minerals are necessary to sustain life of canines. It is one of the critical nutritional factors for immune system along with zinc, vitamin E, vitamin B6 and linoleic acid. Adequate selenium is necessary for the normal functioning of the immune system and thyroid gland.

Seaweed - Seaweed provides a number of antioxidants which can increase your dog's longevity and may lower the risk of infections. For dogs with allergies to certain foods, seaweed can be a great alternative nutrient. Food with the addition of seaweed may help reduce skin dryness and redness, as well as decrease inflammation.

Pre- Biotic (MOS and FOS) - MOS and FOS are two major classes of prebiotics commonly used in dog food for their functional benefits. They are non-digestible carbohydrates that can help to stimulate the growth and activity of beneficial gut bacteria, as well as support immune function and faecal quality.

Mannan-oligo-saccharide (MOS) is a nutritional supplement which is becoming more popular in dog foods due to its beneficial pre-biotic effect. It encourages the growth of 'friendly bacteria' in the large intestine which promotes overall gastro-intestinal (GI) health. MOS is derived from the cell wall of yeasts.

Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) play an important role in maintaining a healthy digestive tract. FOS is a non-digestible sugar that acts as a food source for the beneficial bacteria that live in your dog's large intestine. The bacteria ingest the FOS by fermentation.

Pumpkin - Pumpkin is a superfood for dogs. Due to its high soluble fibre content, pumpkin is very good for your dog's digestion. If you feed your dog some pumpkin, it will add bulk to their stool. This helps reduce issues with diarrhoea. In addition, fermentation of the same fibre produces beneficial fatty acids that supply energy to cells.

Carrots - Carrots are an excellent source of vitamin A, potassium, and fibre, among other vitamins.

Apples - Yes, apples are a fantastic addition to your dog's diet. They provide vitamin A, vitamin C and dietary fibre.

Tomatoes - Tomatoes have a lot of fibre, which helps support your dog's digestion. They also have antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals like potassium, vitamin C, and vitamin K, as well as folate (vitamin B9), which helps with tissue growth and cell function.

Glucosamine - Glucosamine helps to stimulate cartilage growth and thicken synovial fluid, improving mechanical joint function and slowing the progression of arthritis – meaning less stiffness and discomfort for your dog.

Chondroitin – Chondroitin helps in maintaining the thickness of your dog's natural joint lubrication. Chondroitin also offers joint support aside from being another important cartilage building block. It gives structure to the dog's cartilage and gives compression resistance.

Yucca Extract - Yucca extract contains saponins that when added to dry dog food, can neutralise ammonia produced in the gut, a major contributor to foul-smelling stools and stinky farts. By decreasing ammonia production, this super ingredient helps mitigate the pungent odours associated with dog waste. This has been a god send for our two furry friends.

Marigold - Marigold extract is a natural source of lutein, which supports eye health in dogs. It may also have anti-inflammatory properties that can benefit dogs with joint pain.

Rosemary - Yes! Rosemary is healthy for your dog to eat and can even be used as a natural flea repellent. It also contains antioxidants that may prevent cancer and heart disease and is good for your dog's digestive tissues given its antimicrobial properties. Rosemary can also improve memory and mood.

Fennel - Fennel is safe for your dog to eat and contains vitamin C, vitamin A, calcium, iron, and potassium. These vitamins and minerals support the health of your dog's immune system, vision, bones, and more. Fennel also helps with bad breath, indigestion, and pups that are gassy.

Peppermint - Peppermint oil can be beneficial for dogs with digestive issues such as bloating, gas and diarrhoea. It can help soothe the digestive system and promote healthy digestion.

Spinach – Spinach contains Vitamin C, which can strengthen your dog's immune system. Vitamin K, which supports a healthy heart. Dietary fibre, which can prevent constipation and improve digestion. Beta-carotene, which may help increase antibody levels in the blood.

Thyme - Thyme is rich in vitamins A, C, and K. These offer antioxidant properties, which can help the immune system and reduce free radicals in the body. Thyme also contains manganese, iron, and calcium, which benefit your dog's skeletal system.

Marjoram - It has been found to slow the heart rate and lower blood sugar.

Oregano - Oregano can lower blood sugar.

Parsley - Parsley has been found to have both anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties, making it a good substance for dogs who suffer from UTIs (Urinary tract infections) or arthritis to consume.

Sage - As sage has a high fibre content, it can be used to promote healthy digestion in dogs. It's been widely recognised as a remedy for diarrhoea too, so if your pooch has the runs, you might find yourself running too - for the sage.

Fenugreek Seeds - Fenugreek can help with skin and coat problems. It can also act as a digestive aid and can help reduce the inflammation traditionally associated with arthritis. It's also believed to be useful in helping to protect against diabetes and cancer.

Rubbed Mint - Diluted peppermint oil can be used topically to relieve itching and irritation on your dog's skin. It has a cooling effect that can soothe minor irritations caused by allergies or insect bites.

Green Tea - Catechin is an antioxidant that is thought to protect DNA and reduce the risk of cancer cells forming. It's also reported to reduce inflammation in the liver and gastrointestinal tract.

Cranberry - Cranberries contain a chemical compound that can help prevent urinary tract infections. They are also high in fibre and antioxidants that help prevent disease and boost the immune system.

Beet Pulp - Beet pulp is an important source of fibre that is good for helping your dog maintain intestinal health and can enhance his ability to absorb ingredients.

Yeast - What are the benefits of yeast for dogs? Rich in B vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, and B9) and antioxidants, yeast promotes healthy skin, hair, eyes, and liver function in dogs. In addition to these benefits, the high levels of B vitamins may reduce anxiety in dogs.

Tallow - The saturated fat present in tallow is additionally facilitative for dogs by contributing a high calorie fuel to the animal body providing healthy energy, regulate body temperature, grow, reproduce, or simply survive.

Barley - Barley is rich in fibre which can improve the digestive health of dogs by regulating bowel movements and preventing constipation. It's also a significant source of essential vitamins and minerals such as magnesium, phosphorus, and selenium which are vital for a dog's overall well-being.

Oligosaccharide - Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS) will stimulate cell growth in the small intestine and support good gut bacteria. Alongside promoting digestive health, FOS help reduce stool odour.

Dehydrated egg - Dried egg is a particularly good source of sulphur amino acids such as methionine and cysteine. These compounds, essential to dogs are often less available in other commonly used protein sources.

Basil - Basil is high in antioxidants including the immunity boosting antioxidant beta carotene, which helps prevent disease and infection. Basil is also known to increase insulin function in dogs and modulate their blood sugar, which can assist in the prevention or control of diabetes.

MSM - It's an organic sulphur compound that occurs naturally in the bodies of dogs. MSM has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, and it also plays an important role in enhancing the effectiveness of glucosamine and chondroitin making it essential for good joint health.

Dried Algae - Seaweed powder is a prebiotic, fostering healthy gut bacteria, crucial for digestion and nutrient absorption. Skin and Coat: It's a natural source of essential fatty acids, particularly Omega-3, DHA and EPA, which are key in maintaining skin hydration and coat glossiness.

Chicory Root Extract - Inulin from chicory root acts as a prebiotic, feeding the beneficial bacteria in a dog's gut. This can lead to an improved balance of gut flora, which is essential for healthy digestion. It can also enhance the absorption of nutrients and help regulate bowel movements.

Dried Fennel - It is an especially good nutritional adjunct for dogs whose chronic indigestion cannot be attributed to a specific disease entity. Fennel also helps increase appetite, and freshens the breath – thanks to its antibacterial activity in the mouth and by minimising belching.

Lipped Mussel Powder - Green Lipped Mussel Powder is particularly rich in amino acids also present in the natural synovial joint fluid. When given to your dog daily, this ingredient provides long term protection and ongoing maintenance by helping to lubricate and cushion in and around the joints.

It’s all about the Ingredients.