UK’s very first plant-based tinned and complete dog food launched in November 2023 which is soya free and pea free and yeast free.
It is an ideal truly novel protein diet as well as being extremely palatable. Wholefood ingredients include –
Sweet Potatoes, 3% Green Beans, Hemp Seeds, 6% Faba Bean Protein, Carrots, Pumpkin Seeds, Papaya, Sunflower Seeds, Blueberries, 2% Kidney Beans, Safflower Oil, Quinoa, Kale, Minerals, Psyllium Husks, Algae, Inulin, Chamomile
Moisture 79%, Crude Protein 6.3%*, Fat Content 3.7%, Crude Fibre 1%, Ash 1.5%
*30% protein on a dry matter basis
NUTRITIONAL ADDITIVES/KG (to ensure FEDIAF compliance as a complete food)
Vitamin D3 Algal 200IU, Vitamin E all-rac-alpha-tocopheryl acetate 20mg, L-Carnitine 500mg, Taurine 1000mg, Zinc as Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate 25mg, Copper as Copper (II) Sulphate Pentahydrate 1mg, Iodine as Calcium Iodate Anhydrous 0.75mg, Selenium as Sodium Selenite 0.08g, DL-Methionine 2200mg, Tryptophan 600mg
GIVE A DOG A BEAN is the UK’s very first truly novel protein tinned food with NONE of the top food ingredients causing intolerances in dogs that we see sensitive dogs reacting to most commonly such as beef, chicken, fish, wheat, dairy, soya, corn, rice, peas, oats and yeast.
See published article showing the main intolerances seen in dogs, but Give A Dog A Bean contains none of these.
What this means, is that dogs with severe intolerances can be maintained on this food for life, instead of introducing an elimination diet and trying them on highly unpalatable hydrolysed meat-based or soya-based protein diets.
All dogs will benefit from Give A Dog A Bean’s wholefood ingredients whether as part of their meat-based diet, or as the only food fed as it naturally feeds their gut microbiome with its pure natural ingredients, while being very palatable with a protein level of 30% on a dry matter basis.
Contact Just Be Kind Dog Food to stock it at your practice – firstname.lastname@example.org
“Boston loved the tinned food and woofed it down in one go. It’s actually the best smelling dog food ever. Impressive stuff and we will definitely keep him on it with all his sensitivities!”
“Starla wouldn’t even wait for it to hit the bowl as I scooped it out the tin, she was licking it out the can as soon as I opened it and then off the spoon. Really didn’t give me a chance to dish it in the bowl. I’ve actually never seen her react to food like this before.
She’s normally so reserved – she REALLY loves this one!”
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