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Puppy Chicken (500g)

A high quality protein with added fruit, vegetables, flax oil and sea kelp. Providing essential nutrients and very palatable.
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£1.75
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Weight:
0.50 KGS
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Description

A combination of chicken and bone with fresh fruit, vegetables, flax oil and sea kelp.

A highly nutritious and palatable meal for puppies. A high quality source of proteins providing your puppy with essential nutrients including Vitamin B6, Selenium and Niacin. 

Animal proteins and fats are the most important factor in your dog’s diet; through each life stage they support the canine body and mind. We recommend feeding a variety of protein sources to create a balance in your dog’s diet. These meals can be fed alongside our current ranges or you may choose to add your fruit and vegetables. Suitable for working dogs. VAT FREE.

 

Ingredients

83% Chicken & Bone, 17% Fruit & Vegetables (Apples, Carrot, Broccoli, Parsley), Flax Oil and Seagreens Kelp.


Typical Analysis (g / 100g)

Moisture: 63.1
Protein: 14.9
Fat: 14.4
Ash: 4.2
Crude Fibre: 0.2

231 Kcal/100g


Packaging

Recyclable Tub & Sleeve.

Feeding Guide:
Feed your puppy 5% - 8% of their total bodyweight between 3 or 4 meals a day.

  1. My puppy loves this food   Posted by Pat M on 2nd Mar 2019

    My puppy loves your food, she eats everything that I put on her plate, I can see she is very happy and her belly is full, she is growing into a healthy dog because of your tasty healthy food. Thank you

  2. Great for weaning   Posted by Astral Dekker (Breeder) on 17th Mar 2018

    I use Wolf Tucker for weaning as I believe this is the healthiest start to give a puppy. I use the adult food for Mum and she loves it. They ‘Wolf’ it down (sorry). Seriously though the food is great. It doesn’t smell bad, what comes out the other end doesn’t stink either, this is important to me when dealing with a litter! I highly recommend.

  3. No more upset tummy   Posted by Unknown on 17th Apr 2015

    We were recommended wolftucker by a friend and I was a bit dubious at first. Our schnoodle puppy had diarrhoea how when we got her and it was proving difficult to shift even with anti biotics. Since starting her on wolftucker aged 15 weeks she's been much better in that department and she loves dinner time now. I bought the puppy pack and she's loved every one.

  4. Excellent   Posted by Sam on 11th Feb 2012

    I love WolfTucker meat for my dog. My puppy is 5 months old and can't get enough of it.
    I like that the food comes in shallow trays, because I only need to let it sit out for 15 to 20 minutes for it to be thawed enough to snap a chunk off (which is handy since puppies need feeding 2 or 3 times a day, and I like to give it still semi frozen so he has to crunch and chew it rather than swallowing it whole.)
    Can't praise WolfTucker and their food highly enough.