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Why Lamb? Lamb is a nutrient-dense, highly digestible protein source. It is also a good source of vitamin B12 and iron which are required to help keep nerve and blood...
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Why Angus? Angus beef comes from the Angus breed of cattle which are native to the North-East of Scotland. Angus beef is considered higher quality compared to regular beef. Why...
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Why Venison? Venison is protein-rich and nutritionally wholesome. It is a good source of iron and B vitamins including B6 and B12. Why Mulberry? Mulberry is rich in iron and...
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Why Duck? Duck is a lean, nutrient-dense source of protein and also provides nutrients such as iron, selenium, B vitamins and zinc which contribute towards general health and wellbeing. Why...
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Why Pork? Pork is a good source of protein which also provides vitamins important for general health and well-being including thiamin, niacin, riboflavin and vitamin B6. Why Apple? Apples are...
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Why Turkey? Turkey is a lean protein source rich in essential amino acids. It is also low in fat and a good source of essential nutrients such as riboflavin, potassium...
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Why Haddock? Haddock is a high-quality protein source that is rich in vitamin B & selenium. It is also an excellent source of omega 3 fatty acids which provide support...
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Why Salmon? Salmon is naturally rich in omega 3 essential fatty acids which have anti-inflammatory properties and provide support for skin and coat condition and joint health. Why Asparagus? Asparagus...
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Why Chicken? Chicken is a lean protein source rich in essential amino acids. It is also a good source of vitamins & minerals including B vitamins and iron which help...
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Why Tuna? Tuna is an excellent source of protein and omega 3 fatty acids together with B vitamins and minerals which contribute to overall health and well-being. Why Broccoli? Broccoli...
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Why Salmon? Salmon is naturally rich in omega 3 essential fatty acids which have anti-inflammatory properties and provide support for skin and coat condition and joint health. Why Asparagus? Asparagus...
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Why Turkey? Turkey is a lean protein source rich in essential amino acids. It is also low in fat and a good source of essential nutrients such as riboflavin, potassium...
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