Cotswold Beef 1kg
Cotswold RAW complete meals are made in the Cotswolds from quality British meat and local seasonal vegetables. Their food contains nothing but the finest, freshest, human grade ingredients, absolutely nothing is added that is not listed on the label.
Cotswold Raw have worked closely with our veterinary and nutritional consultant, Nick Thompson, BSc (Vet Sci) Hons, BVM&S, VetMFHom, MRCVS, in the development of their recipes. Nick is a practising vet and founder of the Raw Feeding Veterinary Society.
This 80/20 complete beef meal is formulated for active working dogs and consists of 80% raw meat and bone, 20% high quality carbohydrates and natural herbal supplements.
As a general guide an adult dog needs 2-3% of their bodyweight per day.
Being a fresh product once defrosted, keep for 48-72hours in a refrigerator. This meal should be fed raw. Thoroughly defrost food before serving. Always remember good hygiene practices, handle as you would any other raw meat. Wash hands and utensils after handling.
Protein 14.6%, Fat 9.75%, Ash (inorganic matter) 2.3%, Fibre 0.3%, Moisture 72.4%,
British beef, beef bone, beef heart, beef liver, beef kidney, free range eggs, fresh seasonal vegetables (carrots, cabbage, kale), milled flaxseed, wheatgerm, kelp, milk thistle, dandelion, alfalfa, spirulina, nettle leaf, turmeric and thyme.
Carrots are the richest source of vitamin A (from β- carotene) among commonly consumed vegetables. β- carotene is also a powerful antioxidant. Carrots also contain vitamins B, C, D, E, K, riboflavin, niacin, calcium, potassium, phosphorus,sodium, and iron. Carrots have repeatedly shown to nourish the optic nerve and significantly improve eye health.
Dandelion is high in vitamins A, C, K, D, Iron and Magnese. Dandelions can be used for thier antoxident properties and are believed to stimulate the appeitite and aid digestion.
Unfortunately we are unable to accept returns of Raw Food.