Although All in One is a complete natural diet in itself, and nothing else is required, we think that dogs are individuals with individual tastes and should be treated as such. Like humans, they thrive on variety and this can be provided through ‘optional extras’ which should be compatible with natural feeding principles. Suitable optional extras could be made up with a range of fresh green vegetables, meat and raw bones. Most processed food should be avoided. Dairy products, salty, spicy and sugary foods should also not be given.
If you are not sure what else could be used as extras, please call the free helpline 0800 8488049 or e-mail email@example.com.
Suitable extras can make up as much as 10-15% of the diet. More may be given but care must be taken to ensure a healthy balance is maintained. Always reduce the amount of All in One being fed to allow for any additions.
Suitable vegetables would be cabbage, brussels sprouts, broccoli and other similar green varieties, plus soft fruit occasionally. All vegetables should be lightly cooked or liquidised to ensure maximum digestibility. Starchy root vegetables such as potato and parsnip should be kept to a minimum.
Lamb, beef, boneless fish, chicken, plus other types of meat except pork, are all suitable. Raw whole chicken wings are an ideal treat.