Using sustainably sourced white fish, our Wild Fish with Carrots & Organic Brown Rice is hand-cooked in Wales and the perfect convenient alternative to home cooking. This wholesome recipe is natural, hypoallergenic, gluten free and low in fat, making it suitable for adult and senior dogs of any breed, fussy eaters, sensitive dogs and dogs that have pancreatitis.
Previously known as Penlan Farm, our complete wet food contains wild fish, organic wholegrain brown rice, carrots, fish oil, sunflower oil, vitamins and minerals, with no hidden surprises, ensuring your dog is getting only the very best.
From time to time, you may notice slight changes in the consistency of Burns wet food, for example it may be more crumbly or softer on occasions. Please be assured this is simply due to the natural and seasonal variations of the raw ingredients, and because we do not add any binding or gelling agents to our foods.
White Fish 26%, Carrots 26%, Organic Brown Rice 12.5%, Fish Oil, Minerals, Sunflower Oil.
As a natural product, the consistency of Burns Wet Food Range may change from time to time. Any variation in the consistency of our Wet Food trays is due to natural variation in the raw ingredients. Please be assured that this is normal and the ingredients themselves have not changed.
Crude Protein 6.3%, Crude Fat 2%, Crude Fibre 0.4%, Crude Ash 1.5%, Moisture 77%.
Vitamins: Vitamin A (3a672a) 6250 IU, Vitamin D3 (3a671) 625 IU, Vitamin E (3a700) 40 IU; Trace Elements: Zinc (as Zinc chelate of protein hydrolysates) 11.9mg, Iron (as Iron (II) chelate of protein hydrolysates) 3.25mg, Copper (as Copper (II) chelate of protein hydrolysates) 1.11mg, Iodine (as Calcium iodate, anhydrous) 1.22mg, Selenium (as Selenised yeast Sacchromyces cerevisiae NCYC R397, inactivated) 0.043mg.
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Please adjust your dog’s food accordingly when mixing wet and dry food
Reasons to reduce: neutered, senior, less active, ongoing health problem, overweight, warm environment, fussy dog, barking, persistent moulting or hyperactivity.