Bakers Complete Bacon & Liver
Bakers Complete in bacon and liver with country vegetables combines soft meaty chunks with crunchy biscuits for a tasty and nutritious meal.
What it's for
This is an everyday dog food with all the nutrients your pet needs to live a healthy and active life. It's recommended that dogs eat twice a day, but some may need to eat more or less than that. However often you feed your dog, try not to give them more than the suggested daily amounts printed on the back of the pack. Feeding your pet too much could lead to them becoming obese, which can make them prone to painful conditions like osteoarthritis and diabetes.
There are some other things to think about when choosing how much to feed your dog, like how active they are and how old they're getting. If you have any concerns about your pet's weight or eating habits, it's best to pop them into the vet for a quick check-up.
- tantalising mixture of crunchy kibble and soft chunks of meat
- rich and meaty flavour
- wholegrain carbohydrates release energy slowly
- high-quality protein boosts lean muscle mass
- added iron helps to keep blood healthy
- fortified with vitamin D to strengthen joints and bones
- contains chicory root for better digestion
How it works
Bakers Complete in bacon and liver with country vegetables is a tantalising mix of soft meaty chunks and crunchy biscuits to munch through. The recipe is also packed with vitamins and minerals to keep your dog healthy.
The tender chunks of meat are high in protein, which supports lean muscle mass, and the kibbles are made from wholegrain carbohydrates. These release their energy slowly, so your dog can be active all day. The recipe also includes vitamin D to strengthen bones and joints, which can become sore as your dog ages. Chicory root helps to keep your pet's digestive system in tip-top condition, so they can absorb maximum goodness from every bite.
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YumBoth my girls love this food and always clear their bowls