£2.99

Senior Outdoor reared pork with lamb 300g

£2.99

Our outdoor reared pork and lamb recipe is naturally balanced and tasty. Seasonal veggies supply fibre, antioxidants and prebiotics aid healthy digestion, and krill oil, the best source of omega-3, cultivates robust brain and joint health. Chondroitin and green-lipped mussel supply further joint support, while vitamin E slows ageing.

  • Joint support
  • Brain health
  • Gut health
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Description

Our outdoor reared pork with lamb recipe is naturally balanced and tasty. Seasonal veggies supply fibre, prebiotics make for a strong microbiome, and krill oil, the best source of omega-3, cultivates robust brain and joint health. Chondroitin and green-lipped mussel supply further joint support, while vitamin E reduces cell damage and slows ageing. Rich in antioxidants, herbs and seeds provide nutrition previously foraged for in the wild, aiding healthy digestion. Complete, grain free, and contains a carefully developed mix of bioavailable vitamin and mineral supplements.

Better still, we offer the only bone free raw pet food that’s safe to serve raw or cooked. All of our meat comes from suppliers of food fit for human consumption, and there’s no green tripe hidden in our food, which means you can safely store it in your fridge or freezer.

The long-term health benefits of raw pet food are powerful and well-proven. Dogs and cats evolved to thrive on natural whole food diets, which deliver proper nutrition and are highly digestible – unlike the standard low-quality pet food options. The thing is, a raw diet isn’t always appropriate for pets. You, a family member, or your pet may have health issues that make a cooked diet the better choice. Your pet may just prefer cooked food over raw alternatives. Our tasty meals are designed to be enjoyed raw or cooked, so no pet misses out on the Hug level of quality. 

 

Ingredients & analytical constituents

Pork 45% (heart, liver, kidney), lamb  34% (mince), seasonal vegetables 20%, krill 0.3%, seasonal herbs & seeds (parsley, dandelion leaf and root, plantain, kale, moringa, chlorella, chia seeds, fennel seeds, pumpkin seeds, coconut oil), prebiotics: mannanoligosaccharides (MOS), fructooligosaccharides (FOS), chondroitin, green-lipped mussel, chicory, vitamins, minerals & trace elements

Nutritional additives

Vitamin D3 (3a671-cholecalciferol) 300IU, vitamin E (alpha-tocopheryl acetate 3a700) 36mg, vitamin B6 0.9mg, vitamin B12 0.015mg, niacin 6mg, calcium-D-pantothenate 6mg, folic acid 0.15mg, calcium iodate anhydrous 0.45mg, copper (II) chelate of glycine hydrate (solid) 1.8mg, zinc chelate of glycine hydrate (solid) 15mg, manganese chelate of glycine hydrate 1.5mg

Analytical constituents

Protein 18 %, fat content 8%, crude fibre 1%, crude ash 1%, moisture 70%

Storage

Store in the freezer and defrost as needed. Ideally, defrost raw dog food in the fridge as this will limit bacterial growth.

Store raw Hug food at the bottom of the fridge in closed containers. As with any uncooked meat, keep it away from cooked items as well as fresh fruit and veg.

Feeding guide

Work out how much your pet needs using our handy feeding calculator: