Pawliday Turkey Gobbler
A low-fat seasonal meal of ground dark turkey meat and giblets is complimented with a tasty medley of parsnips, butternut squash, russet potatoes and spinach. Of course we didn’t forget to include the pawliday favourite – cranberries!
Beef & Broccoli
A restaurant-grade cut of extra-lean beef gives dogs with fat-restricted diets the flavours they desire. Our animal nutrition team designed this recipe to be 25 grams of fat / 1000kcal, a suitable level for dogs with pancreatitis. Organic white quinoa is a pseudo-grain and is actually a seed from the radish and spinach family, making it a healthy carbohydrate inclusion. Ginger root is included for its natural anti-inflammatory properties and is shown to assist in calming the tummies of dogs with motion sickness, nausea, gastrointestinal problems, and bloat.
This low-fat and gluten-free recipe has been designed to be under 25 grams of fat / 1000kcal, a suitable level for dogs with pancreatitis. The addition of turmeric in this tasty Thai-inspired dish provides the healing power of curcumin, which has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, wound healing and anticancer properties.
Fisherman’s Best Friend (New & Improved Recipe)
Fisherman’s Best Friend is a sustainable wild-caught whitefish recipe that will be sure to please your furry best friend! Loaded with other healthy ingredients such as butternut squash, kale, parsnips, cranberries, coconut oil and whole grain brown rice.
Rosemary Venison is a flavourful and healthy low-fat, novel protein and grain-free recipe. Our animal nutrition team designed this recipe to be 20 grams of fat / 1000kcal, a suitable level for dogs with pancreatitis.
Kangaroo (Currently Only Available To Subscribers)
*please click to read further information* Fresh, lean Kangaroo as a Novel Protein to address protein allergies and a great option for dogs with pancreatitis and GI issues.
Our “emergency meal.” Steamed chicken breast & cooked white rice in vet recommended proportions to tame upset stomachs while their digestive system recovers.