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Red Mills - Go Native - Herring

Product Code: DG084
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Red Mills Go Native Herring with carrot and kale

Herring is very high in Omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA, plus it’s a great source of Vitamin D. Aids the immune system and decreases inflammation.

  • Locally sourced fresh Irish herring with hand-picked Irish carrots & kale
  • 70% meat content mono protein
  • Sustainably sourced, fully traceable, grain-free ingredients
  • 100% Irish product

Grain free & paleo based ensuring a low allergy risk
No wheat, maize, soya or corn and potato flour makes it 100% gluten free
Natural ingredients all-natural preservatives, no genetically modified ingredients
Nutritional ingredients designed for strong bones, healthy muscles and shiny coats
Oral health go native dental super sticks long lasting chews combined with anti-bacterial ingredients help maintain healthy teeth and gums
Manufactured at Red Mills Connolly’s production facility go native is carefully created at Red Mills Connolly’s factory which is accredited to BRC global standard for food safety (grade AA)
Mono-protein contains only ultra-premium single sourced chicken, duck, salmon and herring
Contains no gm ingredients formulated and created with only the finest natural ingredients

Sizes Available:

  • 800g
  • 4kg
Ingredients

Composition: Freshly Prepared Herring 40%, Dehydrated Herring 24%, Potato Starch, Sweet Potato, Herring Oil 6.5%, Pea Starch, Whole Linseed, Dried Seaweed, Hydrolysed Liver Protein 1%, Sodium Chloride, Yeast Extract, Dried Apple, Dried Kale (5% fresh Kale equiv.), Dried Carrot (5% fresh Carrot equiv.), Glucosamine Hydrochloride, Chondroitin Sulphate. BOTANICALS: Alfalfa, Dried Broccoli, Dried Blueberry, Dried Carrot, Dried Cranberry, Dried Ginger, Dried Marigold, Oregano, Dried Rosehip, Dried Spinach, Turmeric, Yucca Schidigera.

Analytical Constituents: Protein29.0% Fat Content 21.0% Crude Fibre 2.0% Crude Ash 7.0% Moisture (Max) 10.0%

Feeding

go-native-chicken-feeding-guide

You will typically feed less Go Native than other dog foods owing to its nutritionally dense content with 70% meat content. • We recommend you try to feed your dog at the same time each day. • While it’s not always possible, it is better to feed your adult dog in two feeds per day rather than just one, especially for large breeds. However, be vigilant with the amount of food you give them. • Feed puppies from 6 weeks onwards, 3 times per day until the age of 6 months, then reduce to twice per day. • Go Native products should be stored out of reach of children in a cool dry place below 25ºC and out of direct sunlight. •

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