Wild country horse sweet potatoes - 400g

Wildes Land Horse Sweet Potatoes is very lean and nutritious at the same time.

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  • Wild Country Horse Sweet Potatoes

    Wildes Land Horse Sweet Potatoes is very lean and at the same time rich in nutrients. Our wet horse food with sweet potatoes, wild herbs and safflower oil is therefore particularly suitable for dogs that suffer from food allergies. Rounded off with tasty vegetables, herbs and oils, it is a varied and particularly tasty meal for your four-legged friend. We completely avoid low-quality carbohydrate sources such as wheat and use delicious sweet potatoes instead. They provide your pet with enough energy for long walks in the great outdoors and are considered one of the most nutritious vegetables.

    Feeding recommendation:

    Weight of the dog/amount of food per day
    up to 5 kg: 90 - 410 g
    5 - 10 kg: 410 - 690 g
    10 - 20 kg: 690 - 1170 g
    from 30 kg: 1160 g+

    The amounts of food given are guidelines and may vary depending on the age, breed and activity of the dog.
    Please always provide your dog with fresh water and feed the food at room temperature.


    Horse 65% (heart, meat, liver), broth 27.5%, sweet potatoes 4%, carrots 2%, minerals 1%, safflower oil 0.3%, herbal mixture 0.1% (basil, chamomile, dandelion, parsley, rosemary), yucca extract 0.1%
    Nutritional additives/kg: Vitamin D3 200 I.U., Zinc as zinc sulphate / monohydrate 15mg, manganese as manganese-II-sulphate / monohydrate 3mg, iodine as calcium iodate, anhydrous 0.75mg.


    Crude protein 10.2%, crude fat 6.3%, crude ash 2.5%, crude fiber 0.5%, calcium 0.18% - 0.26%, phosphorus 0.16%- 0.19% *, moisture 75%.

    *The phosphorus contained in the feed comes from purely natural sources and is not added. As the ingredients are natural products, the value can naturally fluctuate. In order to supply your animal with sufficient calcium and to achieve a suitable calcium-phosphorus ratio, calcium is added to the feed as it is only contained in meat to a limited extent. This results in the respective ranges in the quantities.