Chicken Dinner - Nutriment Adult Dinner for Dogs
Nutriment’s Chicken Dinner Formula is a complete food, containing 75% fresh meat and bone, along with a nutritious blend of vegetables and superfoods.
The Nutriment Chicken Dinner is only available in 200g tubs, and has been specifically created to offer optimum nutrition to smaller breeds of dogs, and pets within the home. The Dinner range also offers highly digestible, flavourful and dense nourishment, full of essential amino acids, vitamins and dietary macronutrients.
Ingredients: British Chicken with Bone, Fresh Carrots, Fresh Pumpkin, Fresh Broccoli, Fresh Green Curly Kale, Scottish Cold Water Salmon Oil, Raw Sea Kelp Powder (Laminaria japonica)
Typical Analysis as fed: Moisture 69.71%, Protein 14.9%, Fat 8.53% Ash (Inorganic matter) 4.0%, Fibre 0.4%
What does that all mean?
Moisture - the natural presence found in the ingredients
Protein - biological molecules consisting of one or more chains of amino acids
Fat - includes all fats: saturated fats, trans fats, and the unsaturated fats, polyunsaturated and monounsaturated
Ash (inorganic matter) - is the inorganic residue remaining after the water and organic matter have been removed
Fibre - the term given to the indigestible part of food
What else is in the Dinner? Calcium 1.15mg/100g, Phosphorus 0.67mg/100g
Calorific Content 130kcal/100g
Defrost thoroughly* and feed 2-3% of the Adult dog's ideal body weight per day, ideally spread over two meals.
Nutriment foods are intended to be fed to your dog raw, to mimic the raw meat, bones, fruit and vegetables the animal would eat naturally in the wild.
*To defrost the product, we suggest leaving somewhere cool (not warm) overnight. If you forget to take food out to defrost, you may microwave it on defrost, but be careful NOT to allow the food to cook. If the food is still partially frozen at feeding time, add some warm water from a kettle and allow to sit for five minutes.
You should therefore never cook our products before feeding to your pet
If you’re new to raw feeding, or want to find out more, take a look at the Nutriment Website