Many believe that the domesticated dog originates from the wolf, so its diet in the wild would be mainly carnivorous with some fruit, herbs and botanicals. Research into the wolves' natural eating habits shows that their diet consists of mostly meat and some berries, wild herbs and roots. This diet has remained unchanged throughout the course of evolution.
Wolf of Wilderness Green Fields is based on these eating habits and will appeal to your dog's natural instincts. The flavoursome dry food is similar to the wolf's natural diet. It is well accepted and provides your pet with a balanced nutrient uptake.
Dogs love the great taste of protein rich chicken and lamb. Wolf of Wilderness contains 61% pure meat; the only other ingredients are fruits of the forest (mixed berries), wild herbs and roots. It has a low carbohydrate content since a wild wolf rarely consumes carbohydrates. It is grain free and the only source of carbohydrates and roughage is potatoes which provide natural carbohydrates. They are also fat free and packed with important trace elements and fibre. Cranberries, elderberries, raspberries and black currents, together with dandelion roots and wild herbs such as nettle leaves, camomile, St. John’s wort, common yarrow, coltsfoot, dandelion root, mugwort provide important minerals as well as secondary plant matter.
Wolf of Wilderness – Wild and Free!
Wolf of Wilderness Green Fields – Lamb at a glance:
- 100% grain and gluten free recipe
- High meat content, min. 61%
- Lots of fresh meat (min. 41%), easy to digest, well accepted
- Enriched with fruits of the forest (mixed berries), wild herbs and roots
- High percentage of animal protein (78% of total protein content)
- Suitable for dogs with grain allergies
- Made in Germany
- No artificial preservatives, colours or aromas