Dogs still need a lot of protein even when they get old. It is important that they consume lean, easily digestible and high-quality protein. This is because these amino acids are important in the body for many building and regeneration processes, for cell formation and maintaining bodily tissues. Our Senior meals thus have a meat content of 60%, which mainly consists of muscle and heart meat. Since digesting grains and pseudo-grains is very difficult for the aging dogs' increasingly sluggish gastrointestinal tracts, this line is grain-free.
The most common complaints associated with aging dogs are related to the heart, joints, kidneys, and bladder, as well as the immune system. Accordingly, we have turned our attention to nature and sought species-appropriate medicinal herbs that are known to relieve these conditions and are used to treat them in naturopathy.
Our wet food meals are made in a food-processing facility, a Munich traditional butchery. Only ingredients of human-grade quality are used. Apart from the fresh skeletal muscle meat, our meals also contain heart – hearts are muscular hollow organs and are also counted among muscle meat – as well as a low quantity of nutrient-rich liver. Furthermore, there are over 20 different types of vegetables, fruits, and herbs in our meals.
Complete food for dogs.
Chicken muscle meat (24%), chicken heart (20%) chicken stomach (18%), potato, courgette, pumpkin (8%), tomato, cucumber (5%), goat’s milk (3%), coconut flour, hemp flour, linseed oil, grapeseed oil, fennel seed, camomile, horse tail, hawthorn powder, glucosamine, stinging nettle, rose hip, brewer’s yeast, eggshell powder (0.4%), mineral clay, pollen, seaweed (0.04%)
Meat : potato : vegetables/fruit/herbs : other raw ingredients = 62% : 8% : 24% : 6%
Protein: 8.0%, fat content: 5.9%, crude fibre: 0.7%, crude ash: 1.1%, moisture: 81.9%
Dog's weight - Feeding recommendation/day:
(Adult, normal-weight dog)
5kg 150 - 200g
10kg 300 - 400g
20kg 600 - 800g
30kg 900 - 1200g
Approximate values to be adjusted to your dog's individual circumstances (exercise area, activity level, breed, metabolism, time of year).
We recommend regular weight checks.