Chicken serves as a good source of glucosamine and amino acids which promote bone health. It's also great for Omega 6 fatty acids which help to give health skin and a shiny coat.
Composition: 100% Chicken with bone (not chicken carcass)
Feeding guide: Remove required amount from freezer and defrost thoroughly in the fridge. After defrosting there may be a liquid residue, which is quite normal. Remove all packaging and place in a bowl. Ideal for the stage between feeding only mothers milk and introducing raw puppy food, generally 4-8 weeks for smaller breeds and 3-5 weeks for larger breeds.
Protein 17.2%, Fibre 0.3%, Oil 11.2%, Ash 2.1%, Moisture 69.5%
All of Michie's packaging is biodegradable, compostable or recyclable
To calculate the recommended amount of food required daily to keep your dog strong and healthy, please enter the approximate weight and activity level.
Please note this is only a guide as every dog is different. However generally speaking it is 2-4% of your dog's weight per day. This can increase to 4-6% for working dogs.
Puppies can require around twice as much food for the first few months of their lives, with the food consumption gradually decreasing as they grow. Every breed of puppy is different, so it is difficult for us to provide exact advice, but you can be assured the new addition to your family will let you know if they are still hungry.
Based on current guides as a basis you can increase the
recommended quantities by the following:
First four weeks of pregnancy - increase normal amount
of feed by 30%
Next 3 weeks of pregnancy - increase normal amount of
feed by 50%
Final 2 weeks of pregnancy - provide free access to food.
*Please note, we advise that you do not leave raw meats
out for lengthy periods of time.
At Michies we take every careful step to produce, to the highest standard, nutritional, quality safe dog food.
As with all raw food we strongly suggest the following tips:
Unpack your order as soon as it is delivered
Place in your freezer as soon as you can in the sealed containers
To defrost in preparation for meal time place the container for the meal in the fridge.
NEVER MICROWAVE TO DEFROST - DO NOT COOK
Defrosting at room temperature is not recommended. We suggest defrosting in a fridge, defrosting times may vary depending on fridge temperature settings.
Always make sure you clean your dogs feed bowl and water bowl after every meal.