Our Ingredients

Our Ingredients

Our superfood Ingredients

Responsibly sourced Scottish Salmon -

Facts about our freshly prepared Scottish Salmon include:
Scottish Salmon swim further and develop more muscle
A well known oily fish, Salmon contains fish oils which are known for being high in health promoting omega-3 essential oils.
Omega-3 fatty acids are essential for dogs’ growth and brain and vision development, especially in young dogs and then, later in life, they work to support joint
health by reducing inflammation and easing joint pain.
Just like it is for us humans, Fish is an excellent source of protein for dogs and helps to support strong muscles whilst playing an integral role in the functions of your
dog’s body.
Relatively low in saturated fats and easily digestible due to the healthy fats contained within, Salmon will help your dog's body in absorbing fat-soluble vitamins,
minerals, and other nutrients both contained within the Salmon itself and from other foods consumed by your dog.
It doesn’t stop there either, Salmon really is the protein that keeps on giving....
By providing optimal amounts of salmon in your pets diet you’ll be ensuring that your beloved companion receives the required quantities of vitamins such as iron,
potassium, calcium, vitamin B12 and Selenium.
Salmon is a softer flesh fish that absorbs lower quantities of metals such as mercury than other fishes used in the dog food industry making it often a great choice.
These oils work in the body to lubricate joints and ligaments. They also have an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effect. They keep the skin hydrated and radiant
Salmon, or in particular the oils it contains, nourish your dogs coat and skin, restores balance to the skin’s pH levels and creating a lustrous, shiny coat it’s often
used in recipes for dogs who have skin problems
The beneficial properties of Salmon also often see it incorporated into the diet of long coated dogs to create more manageable coats.
Salmon tends to be easily digestible and agreeable, even in dogs who are easily irritated so it’s often fed to dogs with sensitive stomachs, moreover, if your dog is
suffering from specific meat allergies, fish can play an excellent replacement part.
Salmon Has Anti-Inflammatory Properties
Salmon is loaded with other vitamins, too. Here are the main ones along with the benefits
Vitamin A—for bone and immune health
Vitamin B—promotes cell health
Vitamin D—regulates calcium absorption
Vitamin E—for skin and coat health

Grass fed Angus Beef -

Grass fed Angus Beef - the best of the best.
Grass fed cattle spend longer growing, spend more time grazing outdoors in their natural habitat and live a longer and more contented life which in turn produces a
healthier, more nutritious protein with higher levels of heart healthy omega 3 fatty acids, more omega 6 fatty acid and more antioxidant vitamins such as vitamin E.
Beef is regarded as one of the most highly digestible, highly palatable meat sources for modern day dogs
It’s an excellent protein source whilst also being high in the essential vitamins and minerals which are required for a canine's well-rounded diet.
Renowned for being a quality source of protein which assists your dog building and maintaining muscle both in puppyhood and old age in addition to being a natural
source of glucosamine which supports joint health and mobility.
Whilst grass fed beef has lower fat content than less desirable grain fed cattle the fat which is retained helps your dog feel full and content for longer whilst also
delivering vitamins and minerals which are proven to help keep your dogs coat and skin in tip top condition.
An excellent source of Zinc, Iron, Selenium and Vitamins B12, B3 and B6 it really is difficult to argue that beef wouldn’t be a great addition to, or mainstay, of your
beloved companions diet.

Beef in the pet food industry

In pet food, beef can be used as a fresh meat (fresh beef, deboned beef, freshly prepared beef) or as a pre-prepared, dry meat meal
(beef meal, dried beef, dehydrated beef). When the ingredient is listed simply as 'beef' it usually refers to the fresh form. Although the quality of beef used in pet
foods can vary, it is generally regarded as a highly digestible, highly palatable meat source for dogs. In the past, some pet food manufacturers had labelled beef as a
problematic meat for dogs but solid evidence is hard to come by.

English country Duck -

A quick glance at the properties of Duck should leave little doubt as to why we’ve included it in our range of premium dog foods.

An easy to digest source of lean protein that is rich in Iron and a great source of Amino Acids which help support strong muscles - both in development, mainte-
nance and growth. These amino acids also play a role in maintaining healthy immune systems, thus keeping your dog from getting sick.

Duck is renowned for being a fantastic meat for dogs. Not only is it tasty and easy to digest, it also has plenty of nutritional benefits that are so important in keeping
your pet in optimal health.
A Duck based diet is also an excellent choice as an alternative source of protein for dogs who are food sensitive to more traditional protein sources however, even if
your dog is fortunate enough to not have any allergies, you can add duck to your pet’s diet to keep meal times exciting and offer variety.
Low in Saturated Fat, Rich Source of Vitamin B, Rich in Antioxidants, Iron and trace Minerals - do you need more convincing?

Grass fed lamb -

It’s no wonder that lamb, which is raised on a diet of grass and allowed freedom to move and explore its environment offers many exceptional benefits when added
to your dog's diet.
Much like the rest of our protein choices, Lamb is highly palatable and easily digested by the majority of dogs and enjoyed daily by many.
Being a red meat means that lamb delivers an excellent source of Protein and Amino Acids to your dog which will help to build and maintain your dogs muscles
whilst also supporting their joint health and mobility as it’s a natural source of glucosamine.

Free Range Chicken -

Lovingly prepared and fed to families across the world multiple times a week it's no wonder that chicken is a food that so many owners choose to show their dog
love and devotion through their food bowl.
Unlike birds which are raised to lesser welfare standards our free range chicken delivers a protein source which is a highly palatable high-quality source of Protein
and Amino Acids that help build and maintain your pet’s muscles.
A natural source of glucosamine for joint health and mobility. The first and most significant benefit of giving a chicken based meal to your dog is that chicken is an
excellent protein source.
Chicken is an excellent food to promote healthy skin and coat in the majority of dogs because it’s a rich source of omega6 fatty acids. These omega6 fatty acids
really promote the beauty and glow of a dog's skin and coat.

Free Range Turkey -

Fed across the whole country on Christmas day and an extremely popular purchase made by loving owners over the winter period we often wonder why, with all of
its benefits, Turkey isn’t fed on a more consistent basis.
A lean protein that is low in fat and high in essential amino acids making it an excellent choice for dogs who are looking to maintain a healthy weight or need to lose
a few pounds.
Turkey is also hypoallergenic, making it a great option for dogs with food allergies whilst still providing your dog with the protein and other vital nutrients which are
essential to their long term health and wellbeing.
Turkey maintains the health of your dog's coat and skin due to its levels of magnesium and zinc.
Small amounts of phosphorus, a mineral that combines with calcium to improve your dog’s bone strength, muscle growth, and tooth health and of course, the ever
present essential amino acids. Your pet needs these amino acids for the health of their muscles, ligaments, tendons, and other connective tissues

Spinach, Fennel, Asparagus,

Tomato -

Tomatoes are an excellent natural source of health-promoting vitamins A, C and K as well as high quality dietary fibre. They also contain plenty of minerals
and other micronutrients including molybdenum, potassium, chromium and manganese.
1. Excellent natural source of health-promoting vitamins A, C and K
2. Excellent source of high quality dietary fibre
3. Contain plenty of minerals and other micro-nutrients including molybdenum, potassium, chromium and manganese
4. Tomatoes have a lot of fibre, which helps support your dog's digestion. 5. Also have antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals like potassium, vitamin C, and vitamin K,
as well as folate (vitamin B9), which helps with tissue growth and cell function
6. Due to the high amount of lycopene, beta carotene, and Vitamin C present in tomatoes, your dog’s health can benefit from them in various ways
7. Tomatoes are rich in minerals, such as folate and potassium, which are both beneficial for maintaining healthy muscles
*Lycopene: is a powerful antioxidant that has been shown to fight cancer cells, aid in skin and coat health, and promote eye health. Tomatoes and tomato paste are
high in lycopene, which is one of the main benefits of feeding this fruit to dogs.
*Beta Carotene: is that red-orange pigment that makes a ripe tomato so colorful. The body uses beta carotene to manufacture Vitamin A, and it packs a powerful
punch when it comes to aiding in eye health and healthy skin. (Native Pet's all-natural Omega Oil is also great for your pooch's skin!)

*Vitamin C: is another powerful vitamin and antioxidant that can give your dog an immune system boost. While not a requirement for their diet, Vitamin C is a nutri-
ent that dogs with certain cancers and weakened immune systems may benefit from

Mint, Pomegranate, Mulberry, Broccoli & Fennel
Carrot, Green Beans,Cauliflower,Tomato & Courgette
Basil, Blackberry,Turmeric, Flaxseed & Apple
Parsnip,Beetroot, Orange, Asparagus & Pumpkin
Ginger, Pomegranate, Kale, Artichoke & Blueberry
Parsley, Papaya, Nettle, Zucchini & Pumpkin

At the good dog food company we stand apart because we ensure that all of our ingredients are traceable, ethically sourced and exactly what we say they are. Our
dog food is what we say it is. Guaranteed.
Our proteins are sourced exclusively from farms that we know and trust. Learn more about the lengths we go to to ensure that you feed your dog the best possible
dog food.
Our Meat - Beef, Lamb, Buffalo find more info(link)
Our Poultry - Chicken, Duck, Turkey find more info(link)
Our Fish - Salmon, Trout, Haddock, Tuna, Whitefish find more info(Link)
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Our meal preparation

Each of our food types are sourced and prepared in slightly different ways. To learn more about each and to ensure you get the best option for you and your dog,
click the links below.

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