Each dog is an individual and has different requirements when it comes to food and exercise. The foods I have selected are a pictorial representation of some of the ingredients of benefit to dogs and are not recommended to be fed alone or as a DIY combination. Each and every one has a story to tell - click on each image to find out more.
Pollock, cod and haddock are low in fat, high in essential protein and low GI (Glycemic Index)
Very nutritious and contains essential amino acids, fatty acids and essential fat soluble vitamin D
High in protein and much leaner than beef. It contains about 75% less fat than beef and is rich in vitamins and minerals.
A fabulous source of protein, slightly higher in fat than some meats.
A much higher fat content than some muscle meat and is great for working dogs who are prone to weight loss.
Another low fat food, rich in protein and great for dogs that cannot tolerate chicken.
A muscle meat high in essential vitamins and minerals and is an excellent source of protein. Taurine is an important part nutritionally.
A low fat protein and frequently found in many varieties of commercial raw diets.
Essential in small amounts and is full of vitamins, protein, iron, copper and selenium.