Pasture – Grain-Free New Zealand Lamb - All Life Stages - 1.8kg, 5.4kg & 10.9kg
Escape to the rolling pastures of New Zealand where lamb are given free range to graze and are raised free of artificial hormones. It is no wonder that New Zealand lamb is revered around the world as being the most tender and valuable. Our grain-free recipe evokes the crisp and vibrant flavors of fish, blueberries, cranberries, papayas, and summer mangoes harmoniously blended with free-range and flavorful lamb.
Wishbone Pasture Grain-Free Dry Dog Food provides advanced nutrition to help avoid allergic reactions caused by common pet food ingredients. Free-range New Zealand lamb, raised with no artificial hormones, provides a satisfying meal that’s full of flavor. This grain-free recipe also delivers antioxidant power through farm-fresh berries, tropical fruits and herbal botanicals. There are no fillers or by-products, meaning you’ll find a greater concentration of beneficial nutrients in this deliciously healthy dry food.
This holistic, small batch recipe includes 93% protein from lamb and fish has been formulated for dogs of all life stages so you can feed your dog from it’s puppy to senior years without having to switch.
It’s a grain-free and gluten-free formula prefect for dogs with allergies or ingredient sensitivities.
We use all-natural ingredients that are free from artificial colors, flavors or preservatives, by-products, fillers and corn so you know you’re feeding your pet what’s best for him.
Antioxidant-rich blueberries and cranberries, along with tropical papayas and mangoes provide exceptional nutrients. Herbs like chamomile, peppermint, basil, and oregano add essential vitamins and minerals for overall health.
Fish is loaded with omega fatty acids. The premium fish meal used in this kibble helps promote healthy skin and a shiny coat.
Feeding Wishbone’s Dog Formula for the first time? Mix increasing amounts of Wishbone’s Dog Formula with decreasing amounts of the old food over a 7-day period. When supplementing with canned food, decrease the amount of dry food to avoid overfeeding.
Please see the picture for recommended daily feeding.