Berriewood Complete Grain Free

  • Special Offer Chicken » 12kg £31.99
  • Special Offer Lamb » 12kg £32.99

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A meat-based dog food naturally contains less carbs than grain-based dog foods. Berriewood Grain Free dog foods for working dogs replace the grain with sweet potato and green peas. The high meat, lower carb recipes come closer to your dog's natural diet and a grain free, high meat recipe is naturally more nutritious so you can feed less.

Grain Free Dog Food Health Benefits

Many of the most common dog allergy problems can be associated with a diet that includes wheat gluten. Although moving to a hypoallergenic recipe has been known to ease many digestive and allergy problems associated with grain based dog foods, moving to a completely grain free dog food is an obvious choice. Many of our customers have already reported that the added cost per kilo of Berriewood Grain Free dog food is offset by the lower amount their pet consumed per meal. There is still a premium to pay but more and more customers are reporting a visual difference in their pet after feeding them grain free dog food for just a few weeks. Better coat condition, less dog breath, fewer stools and increased energy levels.

Chicken

Ingredients

Dehydrated Chicken (29%), Fresh Chicken (18%), Sweet Potato (18%), Potato (16%), Chicken Oil, Alfalfa, Peas, Digest, Yeast Extracts, Salmon Oil, Whole Linseed, Minerals, Seaweed Meal, Prebiotic MOS, Prebiotic FOS, Pumkin, Carrots, Apples, Tomatoes, Glucosamine, Yucca extract, Chondroitin, Marigold, Rosemary, Fennel, Peppermint, Spinach, Thyme, Marjoram, Oregano, Parsley, Sage, Fenugreek Seeds, Comfrey Leaves, Rubbed Mint, Green Tea, Cranberry.Additives (per kg): Nutritional Additives:  Vitamins: Vitamin A 24,500 IU, Vitamin D3 2,450 IU, Vitamin E 245 IUTrace Elements: Zinc chelate of amino acid hydrate 333 mg, Zinc sulphate monohydrate 167 mg, Manganese sulphate monohydrate 78 mg , Cupric sulphate pentahydrate 40 mg,  Calcium iodate 2.46 mg/kg, Selenised yeast (inactivated) 87 mg.Antioxidants (a rich blend of mixed tocopherols and rosemary extract)

Analytical Constituents

Crude Protein 28%, Oils & Fats 16%, Crude Fibre 3.2%, Crude Ash 8%

Lamb

Ingredients

Dehydrated Lamb (26%), Fresh Lamb (18%), Sweet Potato (15%), Potato (14%), Chicken Oil, Yeast & Yeast Extracts, Peas, Alfalfa, Digest, Salmon Oil, Whole Linseed, Minerals, Seaweed Meal, Prebiotic MOS, Prebiotic FOS, Pumkin, Carrots, Apples, Tomatoes, Glucosamine, Yucca extract, Chondroitin, Marigold, Rosemary, Fennel, Peppermint, Spinach, Thyme, Marjoram, Oregano, Parsley, Sage, Fenugreek Seeds, Comfrey Leaves, Rubbed Mint, Green Tea, Cranberry.Additives (per kg): Nutritional Additives:  Vitamins: Vitamin A 24,500 IU, Vitamin D3 2,450 IU, Vitamin E 245 IUTrace Elements: Zinc chelate of amino acid hydrate 333 mg, Zinc sulphate monohydrate 167 mg, Manganese sulphate monohydrate 78 mg , Cupric sulphate pentahydrate 40 mg,  Calcium iodate 2.46 mg/kg, Selenised yeast (inactivated) 87 mg.Antioxidants (a rich blend of mixed tocopherols and rosemary extract)

Analytical Constituents

Crude Protein 28%, Oils & Fats 16%, Crude Fibre 3.2%, Crude Ash 9.8%

Feeding Guideline

Weight Of Dog (kg) Daily Feed (g)
1 - 2 30 - 55
2 - 3 55 - 70
3 - 5 70 - 105
5 - 10 105 - 180
10 - 20 180 - 300
20 - 30 300 - 400
30 - 40 400 - 500
40 - 50 500 - 600
50 - 60 600 - 680
60+ 680+

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Why yeast?

17th May 2016
Patrick Lowe
  • Berriewood Wholesale Customer Since: November 2015
  • From: Staffordshire, United Kingdom

Hello,I've been looking at your grain free complete & notice it has yeast & yeast extract in the ingredients? What type of yeast is used please & how do you consider it will benefit dogs? Isn't excessive yeast know to be problematic?

John Cousins
  • Non-Executive Director

The amount of yeast present is minute. It is selenised to make the Selenium content more available. Selenium functions are related to "keeping an optimal antioxidant status and immune function". Yeast overgrowths can occur within the gut or on the skin of dogs, but they are completely different types of yeast and have nothing to do with this. You do not need to worry. (It would be a bit like saying that Eagles can eat lambs, so all birds should be eliminated from sheep farms.)