Treat your dog to a traditional Scottish Haggis Flavoured raw frozen meal, perfect for the festive season, St Andrews Day and Burns Night. This is a complementary dog food which we recommend feeding alongside some freshly cooked vegetables – why not add some swede and potatoes to make Haggis, Neeps & Tatties, a classic Scottish dish!
Produced in Scottish factories local to us at K9 Active, and made with locally sourced ingredients too. Minimally processed and made from a single source protein which is great for dogs who are sensitive to other meat proteins. Made from a range of 100% healthy, natural, and nutritious ingredients with a variety of health benefits for your dog. Including improved skin and coat, better digestion and improved all around immune system health.
Lamb is a great source of natural protein and healthy fats, full of delicious flavour which is bound to leave your dog licking their bowl clean! This raw dog food is also a great accompaniment to the Wilsons Cold Pressed Food, it’s 100% safe to feed them both at once as they digest as the same rate. Add this as a topper to their raw food to give a bit of extra crunch, or take the cold pressed food with you when travelling – ideal for limited freezer space getaways!
Available in recyclable trays of 500g each, the trays are biodegradable, and the cardboard sleeve is widely recycled - Wilsons are looking after the planet as well as your dog’s tummy.
- Complementary raw frozen dog food
- Single source protein
- Minimally processed
- 100% healthy, natural and nutritious
- Can be fed with the Wilsons Cold Pressed Food
- Improves skin, coat, immune system and digestive health
- Serve with freshly cooked vegetables
- Produced in Scotland with local ingredients
As a general rule you can feed 2% of your dog's bodyweight in food. However, these are only guides and other factors such as breed, condition and activity must be taken into account.
In order to switch from your current food start by adding in 25% of the new food and increase gradually until you have swapped over during the course of the next 7 days.
You can feed a mixture of both cold pressed at same time as raw as they break down at similar rates, however we do not recommend feeding raw food with kibble as it could knot in the dog's stomach.
You should monitor your dog's weight and adjust feeding quantities if required. Check with your vet if unsure.
|Crude Protein||15 %|
|Crude Fat||14 %|
|Crude Fibre||1.8 %|
|Raw Ash||2.2 %|
|Lamb (heart, lungs, liver, meat, lamb suet), oats, rapeseed oil, manan oligosacharides, glucosamine, chondroitine sulphate.|