The Estate Living Dog Food by Essential Foods is ideal for all breeds of adult dogs, prepared using free-range British Lamb and venison and added prebiotics to ensure healthy digestion for your dog. This grain-free recipe is also great for dogs who experience a sensitive stomach. Essential Foods use the highest quality ingredients and proudly prepare and cook each meal in the United Kingdom.
This meal follows their Behavioural Optimizing Foods (BOF) principle, which has been developed to maintain healthy blood sugar levels for your dog. The high fresh meat content combined with the low temperature at the time of preparation, allows your dog to gain exceptional nutritional values and stimulated instincts thanks to these delicious meals. Essential Foods say that their BOF principle has had great reports of positive mental changes with drastic and small behavioural developments.
The food should be stored in a cool dry place (5-18?), away from direct sunlight and in an airtight container.
If you are just starting your journey with Essentials, we suggest that you gradually phase in this tasty new food over the course of 4-7 days, or make the change from one day to the next which works equally well. We advise that you spend the first 2-3 weeks identifying the correct portion size, overfeeding will result in softer stools. When your dog’s stools are solid and they feel satisfied, you have found the correct portion size.
Always ensure fresh drinking water is available.
If your pet gains or loses weight adjust amount accordingly.
|DOG WEIGHT||AMOUNT PER DAY|
|Fresh & Dried lamb, venison, duck, and egg||74 %|
|Of which is fresh||50 %|
|Minerals/Crude Ash||8 %|
|Omega 6||2.8 %|
|Omega 3||1.7 %|
|Fresh lamb and venison, sweet potato, dried lamb, peas, fresh whole egg, dried chicken, potato, linseed, lamb fat, lucerne sprout, liver stock, vitamins, minerals, MOS (mannan oligosaccarides), FOS (fructooligosaccharides), glucosamine, chondroitin, MSM (metylsulfonylmetan) cranberry, acai, blueberry, mulberry, apple, tomato, orange, pear, carrot, spinach, cauliflower, seaweed, marigold, ginseng, green tea, ginger.|