Clydach Farm Group Grain-free MultiProtein Puppy
We source all of our meat, fish and poultry from the rich landscapes of Britain.
We carefully select responsibly sourced, ethically reared or organic/free range products from farmers we know, and trust.
To provide the best start in life, our puppy recipe is bursting with 60% ethical, sustainably sourced fish and poultry. Our farmers supply us with fresh, authentic ingredients for our unique formulas, this Puppy and Junior recipe captures the classic flavours of the British countryside.
We freshly prepare Herefordshire Chicken and Turkey with the finest Scottish Salmon, then blend with Sweet Potato; a highly digestible, slow release carbohydrate that offers a low glycaemic index and a fantastic source of vitamin A and C.
With naturally high levels of Omega 3 and 6, this diet delivers a great source of EPA and DHA to help support a healthy heart, supple joints, cognitive function, visual development and coat/skin condition.
If you're using our product for first time, please feed gradually over a 10 day period. Starting at 10% Clydach and 90% existing food, and 90% Clydach and 10% previous food on day 10.
Feeding Guide: Recommended number of feedings are as follows: Feed puppies less than 3 months of age 3 to 4 daily feedings of moistened food. After 3 months of age, gradually reduce moistening and feed 3 times per day. From 6-12 months, provide 2 daily feedings. Each puppy is different, depending on his activity level and body condition, food amount may need to be adjusted. For more details please check the brand website.
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Great food for our Pointer XI was looking for a grain free food to switch our puppy over to and liked the idea of supporting a UK company. It took a couple of weeks to make the transition to this food and there were some runny poos while she adjusted but after that sheâ€™s had no problems over the last three months on this food. She has been growing really well and sheâ€™s regularly getting comments on how good her coat looks. She really loves the food (although sheâ€™s not a fussy eater and weâ€™ll continue to keep her on it.