We Send You 5 Delicious Homemade Balanced Recipes
The recipes are easy to prepare as they can be batch cooked, so only require cooking once a week in a large pot. We choose ingredients you can buy in your local Tescos, Aldi, Lidl or Asda; or even grow in your garden!
Join the Green Paws Challenge to be sent the recipes with measurements particular to your dog and their requirements, AND 1kg of the valuable JUST BE KIND supplement that should last for over a month of homecooked meals!
More About JUST BE KIND Supplement
JUST BE KIND mineral powder contains all the vitamins, minerals, trace elements and amino acids that are essential for dogs fed a purely plant-based diet. This ensures that your homemade recipes provide your dog with a balanced healthy meal.
JUST BE KIND supplement is free from artificial additives, colourants and preservatives and free from any animal testing.
In regard to feeding
JUST BE KIND is suitable for adult dogs of a normal weight doing normal activity. It is not suitable for puppies and lactating bitches, as these have a higher nutritional and energy requirement.
Brewer’s Yeast, Minerals, Chicory root extract (as a source of prebiotic, 6%), Yeast products (as a source of prebiotic mannooligosaccharide, 6%), Gut Flora Stabiliser Probiotic; Bacillus subtilis C-3102 (DSM 15544) 2.9×1011 CFU
Crude Protein 26%, Crude Fat 1%, Crude fibre 1%, Crude Ash 34%, Calcium 6.6%, Phosphorus 4.8%, Sodium 1.1%
Legal information on feeding
Feeding recommendations are only guidelines, the needs of the individual dogs may differ
Shelf life after opening
See print on packaging
Store in cool, dry place
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