Burns Penlan Farm Egg, Brown Rice & Vegetables for dogs has recently been approved by The Vegetarian Society.
The Burns Penlan Farm Range consists of three varieties of complete moist foods for dogs. These ethically produced pouches are made using as many ingredients from our own farm as possible. Those ingredients not grown on our farm are from sustainable, ethical sources. As with all Burns products, this is a high quality food developed to promote good health and behaviour.
Over a number of years Burns Pet Nutrition has built up a reputation not just for excellent nutrition but for high ethical standards. This product takes those ideals to a new level. Locally produced food, high standards of animal welfare, sustainable farming methods and concern for the environment and wildlife are the principles which underpin the production of the ingredients. As with all Burns foods you can be sure that you are giving your dog the very best.
Penlan Moist Food is hypo-allergenic, so it is suitable for even the most sensitive dog. It is formulated without ingredients such as wheat, soya, dairy, artificial colourings and artificial preservatives which are known to cause symptoms of food intolerance including itchy skin, excessive moulting, full anal glands and waxy ears.
Free Range Egg (Min 20%), Organic Brown Rice (Min 20%), Seasonal Vegetables (Min 20%), Minerals & Vitamins
As a natural product the consistency of Burns Penlan Range may change from time to time. Any variation in the consistency of our Penlan pouches is due to natural variation in the raw ingredients. Please be assured that this is normal and the ingredients themselves have not changed.
Feeding Guide: Burns Penlan Range Egg, Brown Rice & Vegetables
||APPROX DAILY AMOUNT
||Moist food only
||Mixing moist food and complete dry food
||260g - 400g
||65g - 70g
||100g - 130g
||530g - 800g
||130g - 150g
||130g - 200g
||800g - 1200g
||230g - 250g
||130g - 200g
Feeding amounts depend on the amount of excercise, age, breed, environmental factors an individual variation. The chart above can be used as a general guide, together with good sense and experience. For overweight pets, daily amounts should be based on target weight not actual weight.