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The high content of natural biotin, linoleic acid, minerals and trace elements support a healthy skin and coat. FUEL tinned food Hair & Skin contains 75% meat from a single source of protein (camel), only 3% carbohydrates and no gluten.
Camel meat is hypoallergenic and very easily digestible.
Coconut oil is a low-calorie fat and has a healing effect on skin problems and skin fungi (90% saturated fat).
Chia seeds are rich in natural antioxidants, have the highest omega-3 value and a high content of magnesium, vitamins A and B, zinc and folic acid.
Evening primrose oil has a high value of linoleic acid which supports the immune system and a shiny coat.
Hemp seeds promote the appearance of the coat and skin and reduce allergic reactions
Cod liver oil is a supplier of vitamins A and D, strengthens the immune system, eyesight, coat and skin.
Spirulina reduces allergic reactions and is rich in beta-carotene
Paleo stands for the 100% natural, original food of the hunter-gatherer from the Stone Age. Permitted foods are exactly what the cave dweller would eat. Foods like meat, fruit, nuts, vegetables and herbs. Cereals and superfluous carbohydrates are taboo. High quality proteins and 'good fats' are the most important nutrients in the palaeodiet. Nuts and high-quality oils supplement the supply of unsaturated fatty acids. Berries are real vitamin bombs, as excellent sources of iron and magnesium they are an essential part of the wolf's menu. That's why paleo is perfect for use as a proprietary and healthy food for dogs that is made entirely without synthetic additives such as flavourings, colourings or preservatives.
75% camel meat and organs, 8% carrot, 5% coconut oil, 4% chia seed, whole egg, hemp seed, raspberry leaves, sea salt, evening primrose oil, cod liver oil, cod liver oil, eggshell powder, psyllium, spirulina, yucca root extract, mineral earth.
Crude protein 10.5%, crude fat 7.2%, crude fibre 1.8%, crude ash 1.2%, moisture 76.3%, carbohydrates 3%
Feed an adult dog of normal weight about 4 to 6% of his body weight per day. This is just a guideline, the specific amount depends on several factors including activity, breed, metabolism, season, etc.