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Lily's Kitchen Fish Fish Pie with Peas - 400g

This scrumptious new fishy recipe is a complete, holistic wet food for your dog, packed full of goodness - fresh salmon, fresh herring, fresh turkey together with market vegetables and botanical herbs. Fresh fish is a rich source of essential fatty acid

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Lily's Kitchen Fish Fish Pie with Peas - 400g

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Please be aware that the max number of Lilys Kitchen tins we can send per delivery is 36 due to weight restrictions. If you order more than this we will have to contact you to revise.



At Lily's Kitchen they don't use words like 'super premium' or 'natural' because they've lost their meaning now. You'll notice that Lilys Kitchen organic pet food is certified holistic so you can be assured of its purity and provenance. Their delicious organic dog food recipes are produced in small batches resulting in a home-made style feast for your pet.


Lilys Kitchen have signed a PETA Statement of Assurance pledging that they do not conduct, contract out or fund animal tests in the developing, manufacturing, testing or marketing of their products. You are entitled to know if you are giving money to a pet food company that is responsible for the confinement and pain of animals in laboratories - animals who are just like the ones you care for at home.



No rendered meats, carcass or derivatives, nothing Genetically Modified, no artificial preservatives, colours, taste enhancers or sweeteners. No wheat, corn or soya.Lily's Kitchenuse only whole meats, grains, fruit and vegetables - to produce a delicious, nutritious, digestible food for your dog.



This scrumptious new fishy recipe is a complete, holistic wet food for your dog, packed full of goodness - fresh salmon, fresh herring, fresh turkey together with market vegetables and botanical herbs. Fresh fish is a rich source of essential fatty acids and Omega 3, know for their wide spread health benefits. Each tin contains nutritious herbs chosen for their healing qualities including Rosehips known as one of nature's richest sources of Vitamin C, to strengthen the immune system and Golden Rod, a renowned wound healer. We've added turkey because it is a good source of selenium, B vitamins, zinc and iron all of which help to support the immune system. This recipe has peas to help harmonise the digestion and to relieve spasm in the digestive system such as colic and for constipation.



Ingredients: 65% fresh meat - turkey 30%, herring 20%, salmon 15%, organic potatoes, organic peas 3%, organic carrots, spinach, hemp oil. Botanical Herbs: - golden rod, alfalfa, rosehips, cleavers, marigold petals, milk thistle, dandelion root, burdock root, nettles, celery seed, aniseed, kelp.



Typical Analysis (per 100g): Crude Protein: 10.3%, Crude Fibre: 0.4%, Crude Oil: 6.5%, Moisture: 75%, Crude Ash: 2%



Certified Holistic. Made in the EU.

Brand Lily's Kitchen
  1. fantastic Review by laura
    Quality

    The food looked and smelled amazing, the bowl barely hit the mat and the food was gone. My jack russell is super picky so to find something that was eaten up straight away is rare. Top product. (Posted on 06/12/2014)


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