Chicken & Brown Rice
Fish & Brown Rice
Lamb & Brown Rice
Original - Large & Giant Breed
Chicken & Brown Rice
Original - Toy & Small Breed
Chicken & Rice
Free From for Adults
Duck & Potato
Free From for Puppies
Duck & Potato
Duck & Brown Rice
Pork & Potato
Chicken & Oats
Chicken & Rice
Lamb & Rice
Chicken & Rice
Fish & Wholegrain Maize
Chicken & Wholegrain Maize
Vitamins and Supplements
Chicken is lean protein which is important for the growth and repair of muscles due to the high level of amino acids. It has vitamin B6 which helps to maintain a healthy brain. To keep the nutrients in our dry dog food more consistent we use chicken meal which is 100% chicken, dried and made into a powder.
Chicken oil is high in essential fatty acids and is in our chicken varieties of food. Chicken oil also contains linoleic acid which is important for the skin, kidneys and bones. Iron, magnesium, zinc and potassium are also present. Dogs and cats also find chicken oil very tasty so it’s a good option for fussy dogs.
Our Cat Duck & Potato food contains hydrolysed chicken to naturally add extra flavour as cats are notoriously fussy. If a cat has a chicken allergy, they will be unlikely to react to hydrolysed chicken.
Duck is rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants as well as being a good source of protein. It is a novel protein source to most dogs and if a dog has never eaten duck before, they won’t have had chance to build up a reaction to it. Therefore, we often use our duck-based diets for dogs prone to allergies. Using duck meal helps to keep the dry dog food more consistent, it is a high-quality ingredient and is 100% dried duck.
Duck fat is a healthy fat and contains linoleic acid which is important for the skin, kidneys and bones. Duck fat contains antioxidants and minerals such as zinc and selenium. It can also be a great option for fussy dogs due to it being very tasty.
Lamb is high in protein and contains essential amino acids as well as many vitamins and minerals such as iron. The lamb used in our dry dog food is pasture raised and as with all our meats it will comply will EU legislation for animal welfare standards as well as being from assured farms.
Lamb fat has omega fatty acids such as linoleic acid which is important for the skin, kidneys and bones. It’s a good source of the B Vitamins which have various roles in blood health as well as keeping the immune system healthy and maintaining good energy levels.
Pork is a novel protein source so is particularly suitable for sensitive dogs with allergies. It is an old wives’ tale that canines cannot eat pork and due to this, it works particularly well as many won’t have eaten it before. Our pork comes from assured farms and complies with EU legislation for animal welfare standards.
Pork fat is high in essential fatty acids such as omega 6 which helps to maintain a healthy coat. It is also a good source of B vitamins and minerals. It helps make the food more naturally tasty.
Turkey is a great source of the essential amino acids that your dog needs. It is high in L-tryptophan which may have a calming effect. Turkey meal is a dried form of turkey. As with all our meats, the turkey used in our foods complies with EU legislation for animal welfare standards and will be from assured farms.
Turkey fat contains omegas which help maintain a shiny, healthy coat and is a healthy fat, containing linoleic acid which is important for the skin, kidneys and bones. It helps to make the food tasty.
Fish is a lean protein; it is high in amino acids as well as a variety of other nutrients. Fish also contains omega 3 fatty acids and Vitamin D. Certified by the Global Standard for Responsible Supply (IFFO) meaning that it is responsibly sourced. The fish we use in our dry dog food is a mixture of white and oily fish and is ocean caught.
Brown rice is a wholegrain, it is a complex carbohydrate and is low in fat. It is high in fibre which helps to give a steady release of energy and maintain a healthy digestive system. Manganese, selenium, magnesium and vitamin B3 are also present as well as antioxidants.
Buckwheat is a seed and has a wide variety of nutritional benefits. Despite its name, it is not related to wheat and is gluten free. It is a complex carbohydrate, giving a slow release of energy. It is also high in fibre and is a great source of vitamins and minerals.
Blueberry extract is high in antioxidants. It may play a role in reducing inflammation and protecting against heart disease and cancer as well as urinary infections. In humans, blueberry may improve cognitive function and mood.
Green tea extract is high in antioxidants especially polyphenols. It contains L-theanine which crosses the blood brain barrier and may help with brain function. It also helps to maintain a healthy immune system.
The mixed herbs we use are a combination of parsley, oregano, thyme, basil, fennel, rosemary extract, alfalfa and fenugreek. These herbs have a variety of benefits and help to holistically support overall health.
Oats are high in fibre; this makes them a great ingredient for hungry dogs as it may make them feel fuller for longer. High fibre levels are also important in maintaining a healthy digestive system. A variety of different vitamins and minerals are also in oats, including manganese, phosphorus and iron.
Peas are high in fibre and low in fat, they also contain vitamins, including vitamins A, K, and B. They’re packed with important minerals like iron, zinc, potassium, and magnesium. We also use pea protein and pea starch in some of our diets to give the nutrients an added boost.
Dogs digest potatoes very well. Potatoes are a source of carbohydrate and are relatively low in calories. They are high in antioxidants and have Vitamin C and the B Vitamins as well as potassium. Potato is a great source of novel carbohydrates for sensitive dogs.
Rosemary extract is a natural preservative due to its antioxidant properties. Over 20 years ago, Burns Pet Nutrition was the first company in the UK to ensure that neither the raw ingredients nor the finished product contained chemical preservatives.
Seaweed is a natural source of organic minerals, especially calcium, potassium, zinc, iodine, magnesium, iron and copper. It also contains some vitamins, including A, B1, C, D and E. The seaweed we use is Ascophyllum nodosum.
White rice helps to supply your dog with essential nutrients such as magnesium, phosphorus, manganese, selenium, iron and folic acid. It is high in carbohydrate which is an essential part of a dog’s nutrition and provides them with energy. We also use rice protein in some of our diets to give the nutrients an added boost.
Also known as corn, maize is a highly digestible ingredient. The wholegrain maize that we use contains complex carbohydrates as well as fibre to aid with digestion. Maize also contains linoleic acid which is important for cells in the body to remain healthy.
Chondroitin sulphate is an important part of cartilage, it is a supplement often used alongside glucosamine for healthy joints. We use this in our Large & Giant Breed dry dog food.
Glucosamine is a dietary supplement to support the joints. We use this in our Large & Giant Breed dry dog food.
We add in minerals to our diets to make sure your pet is getting all the nutrients they need. The minerals we add to our dry dog food will vary depending on the variety of food, but it often includes iodine, manganese, zinc and selenium. These are all important nutrients to help the body to stay healthy.
A natural joint supplement, MSM comes from green plants as well as animals. We use this in our Large & Giant Breed dry dog food.
Sunflower oil is high in fatty acids which are crucial ingredients for a healthy dog and are beneficial for the maintenance of healthy skin. It is great for the upkeep of a shiny, healthy coat and contains omega-3’s as well as omega-6.
Salmon oil is rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids that help to support a healthy heart, skin and coat. It is also involved with the immune system and anti-inflammatory properties. Studies have also suggested it can improve cognitive function.
Linseed provides omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids and they also contain fibre and protein. Fibre is important to a dog’s digestive health, while protein provides energy and keeps the immune system healthy. The oils help to maintain a good skin and coat as well as cognitive abilities.