Puppy Chicken


Our Fresh Puppy Chicken range, suitable for puppies and growing dogs. Available in 2kg, 6kg and 12kg bags. Please select a pack size below.

12Kg bags of Fresh Chicken Puppy food is now part of our Junior range, this means that the 12Kg bags of Fresh Chicken Puppy food have a slightly larger kibble to help growing dogs and is suitable for puppies who have outgrown the smaller kibble size.

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Here at The Natural Dog Food Company we believe that for a happy, healthy dog, nature knows best. For that reason, our range of foods have:

  • No artificial ingredients
  • Are free from wheat, maize, dairy and soya
  • No by-products, derivatives or fillers
  • 100% human grade ingredients
  • Hypoallergenic

Every ingredient used in Natural Dog Food is of the highest available quality and has been carefully selected to reflect the natural diet of the dog.

Furthermore, by combining a high proportion of fresh, human grade meat with our unique range of nutritional herbs, vegetables and whole grains we have been able to create the first complete dog food to contain every nutrient a dog needs without any artificial vitamin supplementation whatsoever.

Our Fresh Meat Puppy Range has everything that your puppy requires to stay fit and healthy with a shiny coat and happy tummy and grow and develop into the healthy adult dog you want.

Our Fresh British Chicken is from non-battery farmed higher welfare hens and straight out of the human food chain, that means no nasty off cuts like the feathers and feet used by some manufacturers. We believe this reflects in the health of your dog and certainly makes every meal time a happy occasion.

Fresh Puppy Chicken Dog Food Ingredients:

52% Chicken (includes 26% Freshly Prepared Chicken, 20% Dried Chicken, 4% Chicken Fat, 2% Chicken Gravy), Brown Rice, Fruits, Vegetables, Herbs, Linseed, Brewers Yeast

Typical Analysis

Protein 26%,   Oil 14%,   Fibre 4%,   Ash 6%.

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