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Supreme Piedmont - Grain Free dog food


Grain free dog food Grain-free recipe, no potatoes

High quality meat sourceRich in high quality animal proteins 

for sensitive dogs Suitable for sensitive dogs

Recommended by vets for food intolerances

Duck, Sea fish & sweet chestnut


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Happy Dog Piedmont (Piemonte) combines Mediterranean delicacies in a totally original recipe. Our recipe is grain free and is particularly well suited to sensitive and active dogs. 

This incredibly tasty complete food contains highly digestible duck, rarely used sweet chestnut, nutritious New Zealand mussels and lots of important omega 3 and 6 fatty acids for a healthy skin and glossy coat.

The Happy Dog Natural Life Concept® is a holistic approach that ensures each ingredient will benefit your dog’s body.

Made in Germany under rigorous quality control.

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Duck protein (26%), sweet chestnut meal (26%), pea starch, poultry fat, beet pulp (desugared), fish meal from deep-sea fish (4%), hydrolysed liver, sunflower oil, linseed (1.3%), apple pomace (1.2%), potassium chloride, rapeseed oil, yeast, sodium chloride, seaweed*, herb mixture* (0.15%), mussel meat (0.1%), yeast extract;*) dried

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Analytical constituents:

Crude protein 23.5%, crude fat 14.0%, crude fibre 3.0%,

crude ash 7.0%, calcium 1.5%, phosphorus 0.95%,

sodium 0.4%, omega 6 fatty acids 2.5%,

omega 3 fatty acids 0.3%      


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simple efficient order and delivery service.<br/>top quality product
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Great product and excellent service.
- Marilyn Roberts
all my dogs really love this new food
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My doggy loves it never leaves a morsel!
- Mandy Armitage
He loved this mixed with his biscuits and couldn't wait to be fed again
- Mandy Armitage