Canine Fish & Potato Diet

This product was originally created in response to a need for a diet free from meat and free from rice.
The fish and potato combination is especially suitable for the some of the many stubborn cases of general food intolerance we see in dogs. We had seen a 'prescription' fish and potato diet selling at over £70 for a 15kg bag. We knew is was grossly overpriced. The Just... product is only £48 for the same amount. Why is their's so expensive?
Very soon after the diet was introduced, it became apparent that it was also particularly suitable for senior and elderly dogs.
Our customers were regularly reporting new leases of life in dogs they thought were in 'senile decline'.
This diet is not a' silver bullet' or a 'magic wand' but we can only report what our customers say to us.
The diet is based on white fish, oily fish and uses potato as a carbohydrate source. Potato is extremely digestible and is particularly suitable for dogs in cooked form. This diet is extremely palatable and DOES NOT make your dog smell 'fishy'. It contains the usual joint package for mobility and live probiotic culture to ensure complete digestion takes place.
This product is really gaining in popularity and is currently being sent all over the UK by popular demand and by recommendation.

Medium size round kibble appeals to most dogs.

Like its kennel mates, it has restricted protein and lower levels of fat so as to reduce the risk of obesity.
It is available in 7.5kg and 15kg bags. 
Oily Fish is great for seniors!
Fresh white and oily fish 26%, Potato 26%, oats, beet pulp, peas, chicken oil, brewers yeast, minerals, yucca extract, MOS, FOS, Glucosamine, chondroitin sulphate, MSM, live probotic (enterococcus faecium), vitamins.
Protein 20%, Oil 9%, Fibre 3.5%, Ash 4%, Vitamin A 10000 IU/Kg, Vitamin D3 1500 IU/Kg, Vitamin E (as alpha-tocopherol) 80 IU/Kg, opper (as cupric sulphate) 20mg/Kg.
Proudly made in Britain
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