Lovejoys Pure & Simple Grain Free Dog Food Grass Fed Lamb: 12kg
Lovejoys Pure & Simple Grain Free Grass Fed Lamb 12kg
A grain free complete pet food for adult dogs. No added artificial colours, flavours or preservatives in any of our foods.
Money back guarantee - Lovejoys are confident in the quality of the food and if for any reason your dog does not take to Lovejoys we offer a full money back guarantee. Terms and conditions apply.
Dehydrated Lamb (26%), Fresh Lamb (18%), Sweet Potato (15%), Potato (14%), Chicken Oil, Yeast & Yeast Extracts (1.32%), Peas, Alfalfa, Rapeseed Oil, Digest, Salmon Oil, Whole Linseed, Minerals, Seaweed Meal, Prebiotic MOS, Prebiotic FOS, Pumpkin, Carrots, Apples, Tomatoes, Glucosamine (175 mg/kg), Yucca extract, Chondroitin (100 mg/kg), Marigold, Rosemary, Fennel, Peppermint, Spinach, Thyme, Marjoram, Oregano, Parsley, Sage, Fenugreek Seeds, Comfrey Leaves, Rubbed Mint, Green Tea, Cranberry (100mg/kg).
Crude Protein 28.0 %, Oils & Fats 16.0 %, Crude Fibre 3.2 %, Crude Ash 9.8 %, Omega-6 fatty acids 2.7 %, Omega-3 fatty acids 0.58%
Current weight of Dog (kg) Grams per day
1 - 5 25 - 91
5 - 10 90 - 175
10 - 20 175 - 260
20 - 30 260 - 365
30 - 40 365 - 445
40 - 50 445 - 525
50 - 60 525 - 605
60 - 70 605 - 680
70 - 80 + 680 - 750+Feeding table
Lovejoys® is normally fed dry, but do make sure there is always a separate bowl of water available. Alternatively it can be moistened with warm water which will bring out the ﬂavour. You can feed in one meal a day or two. If your dog prefers two feeds a day, we recommend one third in the morning and two thirds in the evening.
See the feeding guide table for the correct amount. We recommend soaking a small amount of food in warm water to soften it ﬁrst, then gradually reduce the amount of water and introduce fresh dry kibble a little at a time.
If you are feeding Lovejoys® dry food for the first time, the best way to introduce the new food to your dog is to start adding a small amount to their current food. Increase these amounts over the period of a week, whilst reducing the previous food until a complete change is achieved.
These guidelines are not a fixed rule. If you think your dog needs a little longer to get used to their new food, increase the number of days over which you integrate it into their diet.