Remember – smaller breed dogs mature much faster than bigger breeds.  We therefore suggest that a terrier should be fed the adult quantity of Nutriment by the time they reach around 10 months of age – whereas a Great Dane puppy will still require 4-6% for the first 18 months.

Sold in 500g trays or 1.4kg chubbs

Contains 90% fresh meat, offal and bone.


British Chicken with Bone, British Beef Heart, British Beef Green Tripe,British Beef Kidney, British Beef Liver, Fresh Carrots, Fresh Butternut Squash, Fresh Broccoli, Fresh Green Curly Kale, Scottish Cold Water Salmon Oil, Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, Raw Sea Kelp Powder (Laminaria japonica), Bilberry Powder (Vaccinium Myrtillus),  Spirulina Powder (Spirulina platensis), Whole Milled Sesame Seeds, Wheat Germ Oil (natural vitamin E)

Typical analysis as fed:  Moisture 67.3%,  Protein  16.3%,  Fat  8.8%,  Ash (inorganic matter)  4.8%,  Fibre  2.2%

Moisture – the natural presence found in the ingredients

Protein – are biological molecules consisting of one or more chains of amino acids

Fat  – includes all fats: saturated fats, trans fats, and the unsaturated fats, polyunsaturated and monounsaturated

Ash (inorganic matter) – is the inorganic residue remaining after the water and organic matter have been removed

Fibre  – the term given to the indigestible part of food

Carbohydrates  1.9%

Omega-3 fatty acid  mg/100g  3.18

Omega-6 fatty acid  mg/100g  0.74

Calcium  mg/100g  1.46

Phosphorus  mg/100g  1.01

Potassium  mg/100g  0.48

Vitamin A IU/100g 364

Vitamin C mg/100g 5.0

Vitamin D IU/100g 21

Vitamin E mg/100g 1.81

B6 mg/100g 0.09

B12 mcg/100g 2.2

Calcium / Phosphorus ratio  1.44/1

Minimum guidelines by F.E.D.I.A.F.   Early Growth  1/1