MyPetSays best-seller: Salmon and Potato Dog Food

Here's everything you need to know about one of our best-selling recipes: MyPetSays Salmon and Potato Dog Food.

About MyPetSays Salmon and Potato Dog Food

MyPetSays Salmon & Potato dog food is the best-selling recipe from the Super Premium fish range. Incredibly tasty & super healthy, this recipe is perfect for your adult dog.

Our Salmon and Potato dog food recipe is made of 41% salmon, a protein source naturally rich in omega 3 providing anti-inflammatory properties and supporting skin, coat and joint health.

Potato is an easily digestible carbohydrate source, ideal for dogs with sensitive digestion.

Nutritional values of MyPetSays Salmon and Potato Dog Food

This recipe contains 22% crude Protein, 10% crude Fat and 49.5% NFE (carbohydrates).

The fibre content accounts for 3% and Omega 3 & 6 account together for nearly 4%.

100g provide 353kcal.

 

The benefits of MyPetSays Salmon and Potato Dog Food

Our Salmon and Potato recipe is a low-fat recipe, with only 10% fat content.

Salmon is a highly digestible protein and is the single protein source in this recipe, which makes digestion easier for sensitive stomachs. 

The recipe contains beet pulp - a good source of fibre to maintain normal intestinal transit time.

Omega 3 & 6 essential fatty acids to help maintain a healthy skin & shiny coat.

Our other Super Premium Salmon and Potato recipes

We have a similar Salmon and Potato recipe specially formulated for large breed puppies.

Do you have a small breed dog who prefers a smaller kibble? Check out our Small Breed Salmon and Potato recipe for adult dogs!

We also have an Itch-Eeze recipe, which includes a natural blend of herbs to help reduce itching and scratching. This recipe contains several types of fish but fresh & dried salmon is the main protein source.

Grain-free alternatives to MyPetSays Salmon and Potato Dog Food

If you pooch prefers our grain-free range, why not try our Superfood 65 Salmon recipe, made with 65% salmon?

If they enjoy several types of fish, take a look at our grain-free fish recipes containing Salmon.