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Lily's Kitchen Perfectly Puppy

Lily's Kitchen Perfectly Puppy
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Is your dog under 12 months old? Lily’s Kitchen Perfectly Puppy food contains all the nutrients a growing dog needs to stay healthy and happy.   How it works  This nutritionally-balanced... Read more

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Is your dog under 12 months old? Lily’s Kitchen Perfectly Puppy food contains all the nutrients a growing dog needs to stay healthy and happy.  

How it works 

This nutritionally-balanced kibble is formulated specially for puppies under one year old. The essential amino acids found in chicken help strengthen growing muscles and bones, while salmon’s omega oils aid cognitive development – good for pups in training. The texture of the crunchy kibble helps keep their teeth and gums healthy, too. The grain-free dry food is good for inexperienced stomachs, with easy-to-digest vegetable fibres and peas which help soothe the stomach. The mix’s botanical herbs and minerals help your puppy absorb essential nutrients. Kibble is 100% natural and there are no artificial flavours, colourings or additives. 

Key benefits 

  • nutritionally-complete, all-in-one food
  • chicken and salmon full of omega oils
  • suitable for pups up to 12 months
  • grain-free mix is gentle on young stomachs
  • crunchy kibble helps clean teeth and gums
  • botanical herbs aid liver, kidney and bladder function
  • glucosamine supports growing joints

When to use it 

If you have a puppy under 12 months old, this complete dry food offers all the nutrients they need to grow into a healthy, happy senior dog. Chicken and salmon contain essential amino acids which help strengthen growing bones and aid cognitive development. Supplements glucosamine and chondroitin help look after their joints, vitamin C gives their immune system a boost and prebiotics aid digestion. Lily’s Kitchen Perfectly Puppy food has everything covered. Celery seeds are full of antioxidants that support healthy liver function. Herb goldenrod aids the bladder, kidneys and urinary system. And tasty kelp supports thyroid health.

Ingredients

Freshly Prepared: Chicken (24%), Chicken Liver (7%), Sweet Potatoes, Freshly Prepared Salmon (7%), Pea Protein, Potato Protein, Lentils, Peas, Eggs, Chicken Fat, Chicken Gravy, Flaxseed, Clear Salmon Oil, Apples, Carrots, Spinach, Dried Cranberries, Botanical Herbs (Alfalfa, Golden Rod, Cleavers, Dandelion Root, Nettles, Celery Seed, Rosehips, Marigold Petals, Burdock Root, Milk Thistle), Chelated Vitamins and Minerals.

Feeding Guide

Puppies (8-12 weeks)

Size Breed (up to 5kg)

Dry Only Grams / day

Wet Only Grams / day

Small

50 to 120

140 to 480

Medium

120 to 200

400 to 580

Large

190 to 320

580 to 980

Giant

320 to 440

980 to 1300

The table can be used as a general guide. Requirements depend on the amount of exercise, age, breed, environmental factors, neutered status and individual variation. The daily amounts for overweight dogs should be based on target weight not actual weight.

Customer reviews

4.9 out of 5 4  Reviews

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  • Puppy food part excelence.
    Thought I'd try my young 4 1/2 mnth French Bulldog with this and he loves it. Good wholesome ingredients unlike some other dry foods, so we'll be sticking with this.
    Brenda Smith - August 10, 2017
  • cant beat the food or service
    my puppy loves this food and the service and delivery was second to non!
    flis - November 4, 2016
  • I have been feeding my TT pup on Applaws 75% chicken puppy food which she loves. But bought a bag of Lily's Puppy Food last week and could hardly get it in her bowl quick enough. She loves it and there are no upset tummies whatsoever. Been reading on You Tube what goes into most dog food and it's convinced me never to buy any with grain fillers or protein meal again.Buy the best for your dog and it will repay you over and over.Try Lily's, it's lovely stuff!
    Ian Haycox - April 19, 2013