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K9 Natural Freeze Dried Lamb Feast Dog Food

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K9 Natural Freeze Dried Lamb Feast is a complete pet food for dogs made with meat (derived from grass-fed, ranch raised animals), blood, bone, tripe, liver, heart and kidney plus vegetables, fruit, egg, green lipped mussel and garlic. K9 Natural is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by AAFCO dog nutrition profiles for all life stages. It contains no wheat, rice, grains cereals, soy or gluten, and is free of artificial ingredients, additives or preservatives and hormone growth promotants. Simply add warm water to reconstitute into ready-to-serve raw dog food. 500g reconstitutes to 2kg 1.8kg reconstitutes to 7.2kg 3.6kg reconstitutes to 14.4kg
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    • Feeding Guide
      We recommend you always reconstitute K9 Freeze Dried with warm water (no warmer than 37°C) before feeding. We also highly recommend you do not mix a raw diet with a cooked diet (kibble) and allow the dog 12 hours without food when transferring from cooked (kibble) to raw.
    • Nutrition Type
      Superior
    • Ingredients
      Lamb meat, lamb blood, lamb bone, lamb green tripe, lamb liver, broccoli, , cauliflower, carrot, spinach (chard), cabbage, apple, pear, lamb hearts, lamb kidneys, eggs, green lipped mussel and garlic
    • Life Stage
      All
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    Customer Reviews(12)

    • Justin says... This dog food is amazing. It tastes soopoo good. My dogs have never been happier on it. Meal time is a breeze now as I just put one bowl out for all the animal.
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    • Sav says... Thought my dog just wasn't a big 'foodie' ... Until we tried K9 freeze dried. He is obsessed. He used to eat however much he wanted and now I have to portion control! His skin is great, stools are good. I know we're using a great product.
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    • Jenny says... Switched to this after trying many on the market , my dogs have issues with beef and chicken so having a Lamb version is great . Coats amazing and soft , less dropped hair , way less stools , no longer runny and smelly . huge improvements all round , especially with reduced allergies . Both our frenchies love it .
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    • Nikea says... After trying other super premium brands and with no avail and a dog who is a fussy and an extremely slow eater,I decided to try the freeze dried and he's soo much happier! Even licked the bowl clean!! I'm amazed!
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    • Lissy says... I bought a Rottie puppy home in April 2014 and she came with a bag of Royal Canin from the breeder. I had already researched and wanted to move across to K9 so once the RC was finished I gave her 12 hours and fed her K9. I haven't looked back. She loves it.
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    • Carolyn says... My poodle loves this food and always looks forward to dinnertime. Before this, using the 'high end' biscuits she would sometimes walk away from her dish at meal times, as if to say 'not this again'. As no wheat or soy, hopefully artritis will be something she never knows about.
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    • Lyn says... I use the frozen version of this food, but this is great for travelling and you don't have a freezer with you. My dogs are doing very well on K9 Natural and they absolutely will do anything for it. As they are competition trialling dogs I need top nutrition and with this food I get that without the fuss of making up their raw diet myself.
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    • Sarah says... My 7 month old Jack Russell was a very picky eater after trying 3 brands of the super premium brands dried food i saw some marketing on the idea of the K9 Natural food . Needless to say since we have been on it we haven't looked back and Lucy is looking and feeling better than ever !!!
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    • Lauren says... After 6 years of my dog (Golden Retriever) being on a prescription diet for stomach issues I thought I would give this a try after reading about it. He absolutely loves it and is actually doing better on it then he was previously. (No more runny stools every few days) Because its a great all round diet I have put my second dog on it as well which means I can finally go back to feeding them both the same thing. They love it so much I dont think they would let me change back even if I wanted to, which I dont.
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    • Bob says... Our dog has been allergy prone for years. We switched her to K9 Natural about 6 months ago and the results are amazing, we're never going back. It seems feeding your pets super clean and nutrient rich food really works wonders. The Allergies are gone and she loves the food, never seen her so happy for meal time. Poo is reduced by about 65% too which is a nice side benefit! Guess that's what you get from using pure food instead of "dog-stodge". This stuff even better than the stuff they tell you to use at the vets! This really is The World's Best Dog Food, thanks K9-Natural!
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