30 % Buckwheat - a knotweed plant that produces small seeds that resemble miniature beechnuts. Thanks to its slightly nutty taste, buckwheat is a popular ingredient in dog bowls.
20 % Carrots - Well-known and well-tolerated vegetable for dogs, rich in provitamin A, ß-carotene. They also contain high amounts of pectin and are suitable for diets and for stabilising the gastrointestinal system.
20 % potato flakes - Particularly easy to digest and readily accepted even by fussy animals. Potatoes have also proven to be a gluten-free vegetable supplement in a light diet and are also very suitable for food-sensitive cats and dogs.
Pumpkin Seed Flour
Like carrots, pumpkins provide a lot of beta-carotene. Pumpkin seeds can also have a very positive effect on bladder weakness and prostate enlargement.
6 % fresh courgettes - an easily digestible vegetable.
4 % fresh spinach - has the extra portion of vitamins, minerals and iron. Spinach should nevertheless only be fed occasionally and in small portions. The oxalic acid contained in spinach is excreted by healthy dogs. Spinach is not suitable for puppies or dogs with impaired kidney function or poor drinkers.
1 % hard cheese - Hard cheese is naturally low in calories but high in calcium, important vitamins such as B2 and B12, and helps to maintain healthy oral flora, prevent and reduce tartar build-up. At the same time, it remineralises the tooth enamel.
Tried and tested for centuries, this traditional superfood is ideal for rounding off your dog's species-appropriate diet! Gently cooked from fresh ingredients, the pure vegetable broth provides your pet with valuable vitamins and minerals. The delicious recipe brings even fussy four-legged friends up to speed and provides dogs of all ages with extra energy. Perfect for an enjoyable and substantial addition to varied meals.
Spirulina platensis is a microalgae from freshwater sources rich in minerals. It is particularly rich in vegetable protein and the natural colouring agent chlorophyll. A study showed that the alga Spirulina platensis can maintain the level of red and white blood cells as well as haemoglobins in the blood and thus correct temporary deficiency symptoms.