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Available in 24 and 36 packs of 500g pouches, our delicious Lamb Tagine Raw Frozen Dog Food is grain free and contains a mix of lamb, carrot, broccoli, apples and kale, complimented with yucca, chicory and rosemary.
This range of nutritionally complete Raw Frozen food contains added vitamins and minerals to ensure that dogs are provided with a well-rounded meal and ingredients are sourced from local produce as much as possible.
Raw Frozen food has great benefits including helping to improve your dog's fur, skin, digestion and all-round general health.
It's also a great accompaniment to our Cold Pressed Dog Food as they both break down at the same rate, which means no upset tummies!
Our Raw Frozen food comes in 500g resealable pouches.
NOTE: We deliver raw frozen on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in order to avoid orders spoiling over the weekend.
Lamb 86% (Lamb with bone, Lamb Lungs, Lamb Liver), Carrot, Broccoli, Apples, Kale, Rapeseed Oil, Pre Biotic (MOS), Yucca, Chicory, Inulin, Rosemary, Natural antioxidants and Tocopherol, Vitamins and Minerals
Moisture 66.2%, Protein 15.8%, Fat 13.7%, Fibre 0.12%, Ash 1.9%
Wilsons Pet Food can trace its history back over 150 years to the Crimean War, when Robert Wilson decided to give up back-breaking work on his farm near Dunfermline in Scotland and become a grain and feed merchant. However, it was his son, John, who sowed the seeds of a thriving business. It would survive numerous wars, depressions and family strife to become a much-loved local institution.
Young John Wilson would toil in a local seed crushing mill 12 hours a day, six days a week for the princely sum of eleven shillings. Then, every evening, he would visit local farmers with a borrowed horse and cart to buy and sell animal feeds.