Lamb Sausage with Courgette, Apple & Millet
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Our hearty Lamb Sausage recipe is bursting with fresh ingredients. Your dog will love the fresh taste, full of vitamins and minerals from the raw ingredients. Made from prime cuts of lamb, which are low in fat, combined with delicious apple & courgette - making this a wholesome, complementary meal for your dog.
Healthy and nutritious wet food in raw feeding friendly quality is not possible? Yes, it is! The key is to prepare the raw ingredients as gently as possible. We, therefore, preserve all the natural vitamins and raw materials by gently steam cooking the raw materials directly in the wrapping.
The consistency of the sausage is soft but firm enough to chop into treat-sized bites!
Product Weight: 400g
|This product contains no bone*|
Lamb Sausage Benefits:
- Pure Meat, Fruit & Veg
- Can be mixed with Dry RAW
- High Meat Content
- RAW Feeding Friendly
- Easy to store
- No Freezing required
- Easy to portion
- NO Synthetics or Additives
No artificial minerals, Vitamins or Grains are added to any of our recipes.
Did you know... Our FRESCO Wet Food recipes can be fed alongside your dog's current Dry RAW meal? This is a great option to offer a soft texture to their food while offering a tasty high meat diet food for your dog.
Which ingredients do we use & why?
50 % lamb meat, 20 % lamb lung, 20 % lamb tripe, 1% lamb liver, 4 % millet, 3 % courgette, 2 % apples.
Protein 11.1%, Crude Oils and Fat 6.9%, Moisture 77.6%, Crude Ash 1.9%, Crude Fibres 0.4%
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Let's explore these ingredients in more detail...
Your dog requires proteins to build up and maintain organs, muscles and the functionality of enzymes. Meat is a good source of protein because it contains all the essential amino acids in the right ratio to each other and therefore has a high biological value. Meat also contains iron, zinc, selenium and B vitamins.
Lamb's lung is included within this diet as it is naturally high in protein plus containing a source of sodium, vitamin B12 and biotin.
Tripe is particularly high-quality because it already contains pre-digested grain residues. The bacteria in the lamb's stomach break down the tripe to form and convert them into high-quality protein. It has an important beneficial effect on the dog's digestion.
Lamb's Liver isn't only an excellent source of protein, zinc and iron but also a great natural source of vitamin A, C, D, E and K, as well as B6 and B12. It is by far the most nutritional organ meat which is why it should always be included in every dog's diet.
Millet is particularly digestible and contains a lot of iron and magnesium. The contained silica and flour provide strengthening of the bones, nails and teeth.
Courgette, which is also commonly known as Zucchini, has only a few calories and a high Vitamin C content. This strengthens the immune system and protects against many diseases. It also contains important fibre.
Our local farmers handpick each apple then gently cleans with fresh water before we add to our mix. Apples offer a variety of benefits as they contain Pectin, Vitamin C, Potassium, Calcium, Phosphorus, Iron and Sodium
How much do I feed my dog per day?
Adult dogs 16kg to 30kg: approx
2-2.5% of body weight
Adult dogs 30kg+: approx
2-2.5% of body weight
(up to approx. 15 kg): approx. 2-3% of the bodyweight
Young Dogs up to 8 months: approx
4-5% of the current body weight
Daily feeding guide chart
|Adult Dog Weight||Daily feed Amount*|
The % figure relates to the bodyweight of your dog.
Example: A dog with a weight of 20kg and a recommended daily feed quantity of 2-2.5% would require 400-500g of food per day.
The above values are guidelines for the amount of food for normally active, not neutered healthy dogs. However, individual needs may differ by up to 50% from the calculated values due to age, breed or activity. These are only starting points for the estimation of the daily amount of feed.
Storage & Feeding: Once opened we recommend using all of the contents within 4 days and storing in your fridge between meal to keep it fresh, this is to ensure the highest nutritional value of the ingredients as we do not use any synthetic preservatives within the food.
To store unopened: Keep in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight
Once opened: Store in the fridge & use within 4 days
How to transition from your current dog food onto FRESCO...
You can easily transition your dog one of two ways depending on your dog's acceptance to new foods within their diet. There is no set rule as every dog is different, we do however favour a straight swap technique for effortless transitioning.
- Skip a meal (preferably an evening feed) and simple serve our FRESCO food the next morning
- Feed a single protein, one they are most comfortable with and have eaten previously. Feed this protein for 14 days so their internal digestive system can adapt to their new food
Add new proteins, After 14 days simply start introducing new proteins into their diet, we recommend a minimum of 3 proteins. Alternate these proteins throughout the month to create a varied balanced diet.
How to serve:
Simply serve your desired amount based on your dog's age, weight and activity levels.
Top Tip: Our Wet Food lines can be happily mixed alongside our Dry RAW diets, calculate both amounts separately as your Dry RAW portion will be less than the wet food amount required per day as it contains little to no moisture.
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dogs loved it. Easy to cut and store.
I was sceptical that this would be enjoyed, but it was wolfed down every meal. This isn’t a complete meal, but works as an occasional food or in conjunction with their complete meals which they are happy to explain the best combination/frequency. Great service from the team too.
My very fussy dog loved it and and I will be ordering more in the future
Food loved by my dog, but choice is very limited. Chris Haley
Easy to manage and cut up with some dry food, shame it can be used as a stand alone food.