Dogs can benefit from antioxidents as much as people. Duck is rich in selenium, an antioxident which combats inflamation in the body. Not only that but selenium can also help in the prevention of kidney stones and cancer. There is a bucket load of duck in this recipe. It's definitely one to put on rotation.
The Meat Feast range represents the 80:10:10 diet which consists of 80% meat, 10% offal and 10% bone. For those dogs who either don't like to eat their greens (I'm looking at you Enid) or who are allergic to vegetables or even if you choose not to feed your dog vegetables (many people think it's not essential) the meat feast range is perfect.
Ingredients: 80% Duck, 10% Duck Bone, 5% British Ox Kidney, 5% British Ox Liver
Analytical Declarations: Moisture 64.7%, Crude Protein 16.8, Crude Fat 13.6%, Crude Ash 1.9%, Crude Fibre 0.7%, Calcium 1.3%, Phosphorous 0.6%