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Almo Nature - Dog - HFC Alternative - Salmon & Rice

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    Almo Nature - Dog - HFC Alternative - Salmon & Rice

    Salmon is the main ingredient of Almo Nature Alternative and contains fatty acids that support the cardiovascular system. Because Alternative contains a single protein source and a single cereal type (rice), the food is suitable for dogs with a food intolerance or allergy.

    Why is Almo Nature Alternative more expensive?

    No offal is used in the production of Alternative from Almo Nature. This dog food contains at least 50% fresh fish (salmon) with the so-called HFC label. This means that the fish is approved for human consumption. This pure and fresh quality fish does not contain any genetically modified organisms (GMO) and is therefore suitable for dogs with a hypersensitive reaction to food.

    Benefits

    • Suitable for dogs with a food allergy or intolerance
    • With HFC salmon as the only source of protein
    • Rice as the only cereal
    • At least 50% fresh fish
    • Suitable for all adult dogs
    • Free from gluten and meat meal

    Variants

    • XS/S: Suitable for small adult dogs weighing up to 10kg.
    • M/L: Suitable for medium to large adult dogs weighing over 10kg.

    Contents

    Almo Nature Alternative is available in a pack of 750 grams, 3.75kg or 9.5kg.

    Composition

    Fresh salmon 50%, rice 42%, beet pulp, potato protein, animal fats, salmon oil, hydrolysed fish protein, minerals, vitamins, yeast, mannan-oligosaccharides (MOS) 0.1%, fructooligosaccharides (FOS) 0.1%, calcium 1.34%, phosphorus 0.83%, Omega 3 1.5%, Omega 6 3% and moisture 9.5%.

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