Ingredients – white fish 37% (including freshly prepared white fish 21%, dried white fish 16%) Whole wheat 17%, whole oats 17%, whole millet 12%, whole brown rice 12%, salmon oil, salmon sauce, minerals.
Fruits, plants and herbs used in food – alfalfa, milk thistle, burdock root, horehound, dried cranberry, dried dandelion, dried rose hip, dried kale, dried beetroot, nettle, flax seeds, spirulina spinach.
Analytical ingredients – crude protein 23.5%, fat content 6%, crude fiber 6.5%, crude ash 7%, omega 6 – 1.5%, omega 3 – 0.5%.
Nutrient additives (per kg) – Vitamins: A 14,423 IU, vitamin D3 2,000 IU, vitamin E 96 IU
Trace elements – Amino acid zinc chelate hydrate 48 mg Amino acid iron chelate hydrate 48 mg, amino acid manganese chelate hydrate 34 mg, Amino acid copper chelate hydrate 8 mg, calcium iodate anhydrous 0.96 mg
White fish – rich in Omega-3 fatty acids and B group vitamins. Low fat content and easily digestible.
Kale – contains many antioxidants that support the dog’s kidney and liver function
Dandelion – Dandelion, or “sun on earth”, is a powerful plant that helps both humans and dogs to keep their digestion in order. It is a source of vitamins due to its abundance of C and B vitamins, being also a good blood purifier. It is suitable for diabetics because it lowers cholesterol and sugar levels in the blood Helps fight kidney damage. Suitable for liver, kidney, spleen and skin diseases, among other things, relieves itching in allergy sufferers.
Beetroot – beetroot contains a huge amount of potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, cobalt, iodine and iron. Vitamins B1, B2, P, PP and C, plus antioxidants and water-soluble flavonoids. All these substances are essential for the dog’s body by supporting the liver, helping to expel toxins from the body (after treatment, for example), relieving constipation, promoting digestion, strengthening blood capillaries, improving hematopoiesis, alleviating allergies and inflammation, etc.