This delicious Rabbit flavoured raw dog food by Naked Dog is full of all the essential nutrients your puppy needs to grow up to be a strong, healthy and happy pooch. Produced with a finer blend of ingredients, inulin for extra digestive support and single proteins – great for dogs that have sensitive stomachs and intolerances.
This working dog recipe contains all the essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals your puppy needs for the important growth and development stage of their life. Naked Pup is with a mix of 90% meat and bone, 10% vegetable and 0% grains, you will not find any artificial ingredients here, all 100% natural and 100% raw. Containing no gluten or grain which is also ideal for delicate tummies.
Naked Dog deal directly with their suppliers so they know exactly ingredients go into their food and where it comes from. They use 100% fresh ingredients and human grade meat, if it’s good enough for us, it’s good enough for our dogs too. Made just so your pup can enjoy the benefits of raw food, from cleaner teeth and smaller stools to healthier digestion and calmer energy levels.
Available in 2x500g packs and 3 other flavours, the tubs and lids are made from polypropylene (PP) which is 100% approved for food contact and is widely recycled, meaning that more than 75% of local councils in the UK collect it from households for recycling. Naked Dog have been working with meat for over 40 years and are proud to say they are very experienced and perfectionists in making high quality raw dog food.
- 90% Meat and 10% Vegetables
- Contains no grain or gluten
- No artificial ingredients
- Finer blend of ingredients
- Digestive support
- 100% natural raw food
- Contains all the essential nutrients your puppy needs to grow and develop
- Recyclable packaging
2 x 500g pack
Defrost overnight in the fridge before use, the food will last for 4 days. Once defrosted do not refreeze.
|Rabbit 90% (Rabbit Meat, Rabbit with Bone, Rabbit Liver), Butternut Squash, Seasonal Greens, Blueberry/Raspberry, Hemp Oil, Inulin/Chicory Root, Kelp|