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Boom Bang Lamb

with Blueberries + Dandelion

This is paws down our favourite meal to taste test ourselves. A show-stoppingly delicious lamb meal made with human-grade Australian lamb (trim, heart, liver and kidney), seasonal vegetables, berries, seeds, egg shell powder, kelp powder, alfalfa, a dash of dandelion and a touch of basil.

Ingredients

lamb, lamb liver, lamb  kidney, lamb heart, seasonal veg ,bok choy, broccoli ,butternut pumpkin ,cabbage, carrot, cauliflower kale, pumpkin,red cabbage spinach, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, hemp seeds, chia seeds, kelp powder, alfalfa, dandelion, basil

Nutritional Information
Avg. per 100g
Energy
773 kJ
Protein
15.7g
Fat
13.2g
– saturated
5.7g
Carbohydrate
0.7g
– sugars
0.6g
Sodium
59mg
Serving Instructions

Storage: Store meals in freezer. Defrost overnight in fridge as required.
Once defrosted serve within 1-2 days.

To serve raw: Defrost meal overnight
in fridge, open and serve.

To gently cook:
1. Fill a pan with water and heat low on hob
2. Place defrosted and unopened meal bag into pan
3. Simmer gently for 3-5 minutes
4. Carefully remove bag from pan
5. Open, serve and watch them wolfit!”

Why are blueberries a superfood for dogs?

Don’t be fooled by their size, blueberries pack a punch! They contain the highest amount of antioxidants of any fruit. Anthocyanins (the compound that gives blueberries their amazing colour) help to eliminate toxic free radicals in the body which is linked to lowering many types of cancer.

Is dandelion amazing too?

Yes it is! Dandelion is really one of kind. Known to many people as an annoying weed, it’s true power has been discovered in recent years. Dandelion offers a broad spectrum of medicinal and nutritional benefits; it aids digestion, reduces inflammation, is a power antioxidant, can be a liver tonic, a strong diuretic, it’s antibacterial and can help with diabetes. Compared to broccoli; dandelion greens have 3 times more calcium, 3 times more iron, 15 times more Vitamin A, and 3 times more Vitamin E. Not bad for a pesky weed, hey?

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