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Moorishly Grain Free Adult Premium Large Breed Dog Food Turkey with Sweet Potato and Cranberry

Moorishly Grain Free Adult Premium Large Breed Dog Food Turkey with Sweet Potato and Cranberry

Moorishly Grain Free Adult Premium Large Breed Dog Food Turkey with Sweet Potato and Cranberry

Grain Free Premium Large Breed Dog Food Range
The Grain Free range includes a selection of the finest freshly prepared nutritious and highly digestible animal protein sources.
The range has been formulated with sweet potato and potato to be suitable for those with grain intolerance/sensitivity.

Why Turkey?

Turkey is a lean protein source rich in essential amino acids. It is also low in fat and a good source of essential nutrients such as riboflavin, potassium and selenium.

Why Cranberry?

Cranberry is a good source of vitamin C, E and K and dietary fibre which all contribute to general health and wellbeing.

Minimum 26% Freshly Prepared Turkey

A responsibly sourced and highly digestible protein source.

50% Total Turkey

Rich in amino acids, vitamins & minerals, turkey is a delicious source of protein.

Digestive Health

Pre-biotics MOS (Mannan-oligosaccharides) & FOS (Fructo-oligosaccharides) which may help to promote the growth of
healthy gut bacteria and aid digestion.

Added Omega 3 Supplement
To help support healthy skin & coat.

Sweet Potato

An excellent alternative to grains, sweet potato is a complex carbohydrate high in B Vitamins.

No Added Artificial Colours & Preservatives

Naturally preserved using rosemary extract.

Perfect Grain Free Healthy Dog and Cat Food

Moorishly is superior to other foods you pet has tasted.

  • We use ingredients you would eat.

  • No Added Artificial Colours & Preservatives.

  • Bursting with supplements to help support healthy skin & coat.

  • GLUTEN FREE

  • YUMMY!!

It tastes so good!!
So Good your pet may never want to eat any other food again!!

Our recipe was created by our top chefs working with our team of nutritionists to create a scrummy taste and experience for your pet inspired by the natural environment of exmoor. Moorishly is a perfectly balanced diet to bring out the foodie in your dog or cat.

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INGREDIENTS

Turkey 50% (including Freshly Prepared Turkey 28%, Dried Turkey 18%, Turkey Fat 2% & Turkey Stock 2%), Sweet Potato (24%), Peas (7%), Potato, Beet Pulp, Pea Protein, Potato Protein, Omega 3 Supplement, Vegetable Stock, Linseed, Minerals, Vitamins, Cranberry (0.2%), Glucosamine (170mg/kg), Methylsulfonylmethane (170mg/kg), Chondroitin Sulphate (125 mg/kg), FOS (96 mg/kg), MOS (24 mg/kg)
NUTRITIONAL ADDITIVES PER KG: Vitamins: Vitamin A 15,000 IU, Vitamin D3 2,000 IU, Vitamin E 95 IU Trace Elements: Zinc (Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate) 50mg, Iron (Iron (II) Sulphate Monohydrate) 50mg, Manganese (Manganous Sulphate Monohydrate) 35mg, Copper (Copper (II) Sulphate Pentahydrate) 15mg, Iodine (Calcium Iodate Anhydrous) 1mg, Selenium (Sodium Selenite) 0.3mg

CONSTITUENTS

ANALYTICAL CONSTITUENTS Crude Protein 29% Crude Fat 13% Crude Fibre 3% Crude Ash 8% Moisture 8% NFE 39% Metabolisable Energy 367 kcal/100g Omega 6 2.3% Omega 3 0.5% Calcium 1.4% Phosphorus 1.1%

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Adult Dog Food - Large Breed
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storage details

This food is made with natural ingredients, and freshness and taste will be reduced if stored open for long periods. Store in a cool dry place. Keep closed between uses and store the bag in an airtight container if it is to be kept for more than 3 to 4 weeks after opening.

Our Product FAQs & Advice

Is Grain Free Dog Food Good For Dogs?

A grain free diet is simply one that does not contain any grains. Grains are a basic source of complex carbohydrates which have formed a part of our human diet.  Most Dogs can eat grains without any issues within their daily diet however some struggle to digest these much as many humans do.

Grain free dog foods play an important role for dogs who have grain intolerances and those that use high quality, natural ingredients offer additional choice as every dog is different and has their own preferences. A grain-free dog food that is packed with high-quality ingredients can work wonders for your dogs digestion.

Why Choose Supremely Moorish Superfood Dog Food?

The Superfood 65 range includes a selection of recipes with the finest freshly prepared raw meat gently cooked to protect the valuable protein, plus a blend of nutritiously beneficial Superfoods and High Animal Content - 65% Total

Using our unique Freshtrusion TM process we have created a recipe that boasts a minimum 35% freshly prepared protein.

What are superfoods for dogs?

Below are the list of the superfoods you will find in our Supremely Moorish Superfood Dog Food

Carrot:
Source of Vitamin A to help maintain healthy vision.
Green Beans: Source of Iron to help support normal functions of the circulatory system.
Cauliflower: Source of Vitamin B9 which is important for amino acid and nucleotide metabolism.
Tomato: Source of dietary fibre to help normalise the gastrointestinal transit time.
Courgette: Source of Vitamin B3 an important cofactor in carbohydrate, protein and fat metabolism.
Dill: Source of Vitamin C which has an essential role in collagen synthesis important to help maintain healthy bones.
Spinach: Source of Iron to help support normal functions of the circulatory system.
Fennel: A good source of Calcium which helps maintain healthy bones and teeth.
Asparagus: Source of Folate to help support cellular growth and maturation.
Parsnip: Source of Vitamin B3 essential for energy metabolism - important for exercising and playing.
Beetroot: Source of dietary fibre to help normalise the gastrointestinal transit time.
Orange: A good source of Vitamin C known for its antioxidant properties which may help support the immune system.
Pumpkin: Source of Vitamin A to help maintain healthy vision.

Can Going Grain Free Help My Dog?

Dogs that suffer from conditions such as inflammatory bowel disease, skin diseases, allergies, wind, constipation, diarrhoea, lack of appetite, lack of energy and many chronic health complaints may may be helped by cutting out grains. As it can make your pet feel better and healthier it can also assist with weight loss as they will be more able and willing to run around and  exercise.

There is also a growing amount of research to suggest that dogs with sensitive digestions can do well on a grain free diet. Once your vet has ruled out any medical complaint that requires treatment, following a grain free diet may, over a few weeks, make improvements to your dog’s overall state of health – especially to their digestion.

What is the Difference Between Working Dog Food and Normal Dog Food?

The difference between working dog food and normal dog food is often just that working dog food is VAT free. There can also be differences in the feeding guides for the amount of food you should give a pet due to the activity and energy that is used during a working dogs day. 15KG bags can often be labelled as 'working dog food' for VAT purposes and not for their nutritional benefits.

At Moorishly our recipes stay the same whatever the size of the bag. Our grain free dog foods offer a range of high protein high quality dog foods with varying fat content which are all listed in our details for each food on the website.

All working dog food is available with free UK delivery

What is the difference Between Gluten free and Grain free Dog food?

Grain free dog food arrived from the gluten-free trend in human food. Many believe like humans grain can cause allergies for dogs however the evidence for this is small. The difference between gluten-free and grain-free pet foods is that gluten is the protein that is found in specific types of grain, such as wheat, barley and rye.

Gluten free food is free of these proteins but not all grain contain gluten. This means that gluten free dog food may or may not be grain free, while grain free dog food will always be gluten free.

Can Going Grain Free Help My Dog?

Dogs that suffer from conditions such as inflammatory bowel disease, skin diseases, allergies, wind, constipation, diarrhoea, lack of appetite, lack of energy and many chronic health complaints may may be helped by cutting out grains. As it can make your pet feel better and healthier it can also assist with weight loss as they will be more able and willing to run around and  exercise.

There is also a growing amount of research to suggest that dogs with sensitive digestions can do well on a grain free diet. Once your vet has ruled out any medical complaint that requires treatment, following a grain free diet may, over a few weeks, make improvements to your dog’s overall state of health – especially to their digestion.

Is Grain free dog food better for weight loss?

Although some dogs are more prone to putting on weight than others, weight gain is only possible when the number of calories going in is greater than the amount being used by the dog. Therefore, to stop weight gain, or achieve weight loss, your dog has two options: to eat fewer calories or to burn more - or ideally, both.

We offer a range of grain free dog foods specifically designed for lighter diets or for senior dogs who may not be so active as they used to which means keeping weight off can be difficult for them. We also supply feeding guides to help ensure your pet is fed the recommended daily amount.

How do I change to Grain Free Dog food?

For a successful diet change, we recommend following the feeding pattern below.

The daily feeding amount should be split into two equal amounts and the proportions of new food increased over the first week as illustrated.

TOP TIPS: For those dogs who do not make eating a priority, here are some additional points:

– Reduce the number of tit-bits given during the introductory period
– If your dog has been used to eating wet food, moisten with warm water.

  1. DAY 1-2: 75% Original Diet - 25% New Food
  2. DAY 3-4: 50% Original Diet - 50% New Food
  3. DAY 5-6: 25% Original Diet - 75% New Food
  4. DAY 7: 100% New Food

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