We are delighted to introduce our new, Duck & Potato dog food for adults and senior dogs which contains high-quality natural ingredients and is designed for pets to thrive. This grain-free diet has been carefully crafted in response to market demand and is developed by Veterinary Surgeon, John Burns.
Grain-free, gluten-free and dairy-free, without sacrificing any of the usual health benefits that exist in Burns food. That’s the concept behind the new diet.
Why choose free-from?
Wheat, gluten, dairy and beef are the most common allergens seen in dogs and account for a whopping 70% of dog allergies. By creating a recipe free-from such ingredients, adult dogs are less likely to have an intolerance or negative reaction and young pups are less likely to develop these problems. This means that our Duck & Potato diet is ideal for sensitive dogs.
What do the new diets contain?
A limited profile of wholesome ingredients including duck, potato, buckwheat, peas, seaweed, vitamins and minerals.
Duck – A premium source of poultry and a novel protein. Rich in iron and easy to digest.
Potato – An easily digestible complex carbohydrate.
Duck Fat – Nutrient rich omega-3 fatty acids promote healthy skin and coat.
Buckwheat – Despite the misleading name, buckwheat is a fruit seed and well-regarded as a superfood. It’s rich in antioxidants, high in fibre and highly-digestible.
Seaweed – Rich in minerals and vitamins, seaweed promotes healthy teeth and coat.
Peas – A great source of iron, potassium and rich in vitamins A and K.
Get your paws on top dog nutrition advice
Call 0800 083 6696 or email (Info@burnspet.co.uk) to speak to our friendly and professional nutrition team and receive more advice than you can shake a stick at.
-Grain free, gluten free and dairy free
-Also free from wheat, soya, beet pulp and sweet potato
-Natural, complete diet
-Single protein source
-Contains duck which is a novel protein
-Contains buckwheat which is rich in antioxidants
-Highly digestible so less to clear up
-Low daily feeding costs
-Suitable for sensitive dogs