What Goes Into The Grateful Dog’s Chicken & Millet Recipe?
We couldn’t dream up a yummier or more nutrient dense chicken recipe! Read on to find out more about the benefits of each ingredient.
Free range chicken: Made with free range chicken, only 85% lean minced muscle meat is used in this recipe. Gently cooked, not only is chicken full of essential amino acids but it’s also high in glucosamine, a bone health aider.
Millet: Surprisingly rich in protein, millet is also gluten-free and well tolerated by dogs with allergies on top of being rich in amino acids.
Pumpkin: High in vitamins C and A, the golden flesh of baked pumpkin also contains high soluble fiber. The zinc found in pumpkin helps to improve both the skin and coat.
Green Beans: Only fresh green beans are used, providing an optimal level of essential fibre, minerals manganese and folate, and vitamins including vitamins K, vitamin C and vitamin B2. It also contains valuable amounts of the mineral silicon, a bone and connective tissue-supportive nutrient.
Carrots: Low in calories, carrots are also high in fibre and loaded with vitamin C, antioxidants and betacarotene which is essential for maintaining good eyesight.
Canola Oil: Containing both Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids, plus alpha-linolenic and linoleic acids, canola oil is also superb for moisturing skin and coats.
Wolf berries: Sweet, plump wolfberries (goji berries) full of amino acids, iron and zinc also ensure your dog will enjoy its meal to the very last bit.
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