Harringtons Puppy and Junior Treats

Puppy and Junior Treats Harringtons

Puppy & Junior treats (100g)

A perfect training aid full of wholesome ingredients. Rich in Calcium.

A complimentary pet food suitable for all dogs from 8 weeks old.

Feed as a treat or reward 4Kcal per treat. Reduce amount of feed as necessary to keep your dog in a lean condition

No artificial colours or preservatives – Always provide fresh water

Composition

Poultry meal (27% chicken), Oats (19%), Rice (14%), Glycerine, Yoghurt (4%), Rapeseed Oil, Minerals

Analytical Constituents

Moisture22%, Protein 24%, Fat content 7.4%, Crude Ash 7%, Crude Fibre 1%

Complete Puppy Box of 12

complete puppy food

Complete Puppy Food – Box of 12

Albion Puppy Complete is a balanced, nutritious meal for your puppy, suitable from weaning. Available in 454g packs and contains premium mince and tasty vegetables and fruit all combined in one meal.

The meals contain the vitamins and minerals that any puppy would need for an active and healthy life.

CONTAINS BRITISH MEAT

Packed and frozen in boxes of 12 x 454g flat packs or 12 x 1lb

Also available as single complete puppy packs

Complete Puppy

complete puppy food

Complete Puppy Food

Albion Puppy Complete is a balanced, nutritious meal for your puppy, suitable from weaning. Available in 454g packs and contains premium mince and tasty vegetables and fruit all combined in one meal.

The meals contain the vitamins and minerals that any puppy would need for an active and healthy life.

CONTAINS BRITISH MEAT

Packed and frozen in 454g flat packs or 1lb

Also available as a box of 12 complete puppy food

Puppy Formula

Puppy Formula

Puppy Formula

Sold in 500g trays or 1.4kg Chubbs
Feed 4-6% of the dog’s ideal body weight per day, puppy formula is ideally spread over two meals.

Contains 90% fresh meat, offal and bone.

Ingredients:

British Chicken with Bone, Britsh Beef Heart, British Beef Green Tripe, British Beef Kidney, British Beef Liver, Fresh Carrots, Fresh Pumpkin, Fresh Broccoli, Fresh Green Curly Kale, Scottish Cold Water Salmon Oil, Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, Raw Sea Kelp Powder (Laminaria japonica), Bilberry Powder (Vaccinium Myrtillus), Spirulina Powder (Spirulina platensis), Wheat Grass Juice Powder, Barley Grass Juice Powder, Chicory Root Powder. Whole Milled Flaxseed, Whole Milled Sesame Seeds, Whole Milled Sunflower Seeds, Ginkgo Biloba Powder, Wheat Germ Oil (natural vitamin E)

Puppy Feeding Guide

Puppy feeding guidelines

Puppies should be fed  a % of their actual body weight SEE CHART BELOW until approximately 6 months or so, split into 3 or more meals per day depending on age. Puppies require a great deal of food for good bone & muscle development and a little extra edible bone as they are building their adult teeth. It is important not let puppies get too thin at this age as their energy demands are tremendous when cutting new teeth.

After the age of 6 months refer to our Adult feeding guidelines

Weight Of Your Puppy In
Kilograms
Amount To Feed In Grams
8 to 16 weeks 10% of body weight17 to 20 weeks old
10% – 8% of body weight
Amount To Feed In Grams
24 to 32 weeks old
6% of body weight
Amount To Feed In Grams
34 to 36 weeks old
4% of body weight
1kg 100g – 80g 60g 40g
2kg 200g – 160g 120g 80g
3kg 300g – 240g 180g 120g
4kg 400g – 320g 240g 160g
5kg 500g – 400g 300g 200g
10kg 1000g – 800g 600g 400g
15kg 1500g – 1200g 900g 600g
20kg 2000g – 1600g 1200g 800g
30kg 3000g – 2400g 1800g 1200g

Puppy Feeding

Puppies can be fed raw straight from weaning and can progress to fish/wings/carcass etc from 6 -8 weeks. Minces and minced carcass are similar to the regurgitated food they would get from their mothers in the wild. Build slowly onto chunkier meats and soft bone – meaty chicken ribs, necks or chicken or duck wings are good to build their jaw strength.
For puppies – Chicken wings should have the wing tip cut off at the third joint, as, should the puppy be tempted to swallow it whole, the double joint of the wing is a major choking hazard for pups.
Puppies cut teeth between 4 & 6 months so, good meaty bones of a suitable size Turkey, Lamb, Chicken necks or Lamb flat rib or breast bones are fantastic for them to gnaw on.

Weight bearing bones such as marrow bones or legs should not be fed until 1yr of age

I suggest starting gently by choosing a puppy formula if available or 1 simple protein – either tripe or chicken mince is a good starter – at around 4.5months (smaller breeds) & 6 months (larger breeds) 7-9mths (giant breeds),start to introduce another protein – repeat this process every 1 or 2 weeks or so still checking stools, until he/she is receiving a balanced variety of different meats/offal/organ meats and meaty bones.

Eggs (whole and shell) as well as natural yoghurt are a great added supplement to their diet.

We would love to hear how you are getting on with your puppy feeding, please feel free to drop us a line and post pictures on our Facebook page

Fallow, Antler & Easy Chews

Fallow Antler

Fallow/Antler Dog Chews

These superior antler chews and treats are good for all dogs of varying sizes.

Softer ones available for older puppies and softer chewers. They are free from chemicals, preservatives, colouring and additives, just pure and natural! Healthy, unprocessed, nutritious, low odour chews for dogs of all shapes and sizes, that lasts for ages. Finest quality – not all antler chews are the same!

Information

All our Premium Antler chews are from Grade A and AA, Red Deer antler, naturally shed, responsibly sourced, traceable and sustainable, many from the highlands of Scotland. Our antler is hand washed in pure water, hand cut, hand sanded to smooth all the edges. Then every chew is hand checked for quality and labelled, all here in the UK, in our own facility. Antler has some unique and proven benefits:

  • High in natural minerals and nutrients
  • Helps improve circulation and metabolism, reduces cholesterol
  • Strengthens bone structure, muscles and joints
  • Maintains healthy cells, aids the immune system
  • Helps prevent inflammation from arthritic conditions
  • Made from our Grade A Antlers that are naturally shed each year, from free ranging deer that live natural lives. No deer are ever harmed
  • Low odour, no stains and lasts for ages.

Size

These come in Large, easy Medium & Small, Fallow Medium & Small, Original puppy

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Nutriment – Award Winning Natural Pet Food

Nutriment from The Dogs Choice

Hi everyone

Thank you all for your continued support, and we are pleased to let you all know that we are now stocking the award winning Nutriment range to add to our other great products. Nutriment actively champions the importance of including metabolism-friendly super-foods (coconut & salmon oil, kelp, kale, flax seeds, spirulina, bilberry powder & chicory roots) to create a range of better balanced feasts.

Nutriment is an award-winning, family-owned business whose raw pet food contains human-grade meat and vegetables, a dash of metabolism-friendly super foods and a stubborn refusal to ever consider any cheap fillers, third-rate meat offcuts or ‘artificial nasties’

Nutriment Raw Food

They do a fantastic range of ‘complete‘ meals and they come in 500g tubs and 1.4kg chubb rolls so great for all sizes of dog.

Also, we have in stock their specialist ranges for Senior Dogs, Puppies and Low Purine & Phosphate (for dogs with kidney or liver problems). All or these are available now.

To top it all off we will also be stocking the Nutriment raw CAT Food range for our feline friends who are just as deserving the best diet there is.

All of our other brands of meat and minces, juicy bones and natural treats are still available so have a good browse and see what takes your fancy

Adult Dog Feeding Guide

Adult Dog Feeding Guide

This is the adult dog feeding guide, for puppies please visit our Puppy Feeding Guide page

Weight of Dog in Kilograms 2% of Adult weight in grams 2.5% of Adult weight in grams 3% of Adult weight in grams
10kg 200g 250g 300g
20kg 400g 500g 600g
30kg 600g 750g 900g
40kg 800g 1000g 1200g
50kg 1000g 1250g 1500g
60kg 1200g 1400g 1800g
70kg 1400g 1750g 2100g

Balance the diet with a good variety of meats, meaty bones, offal, organ meat and veg/fruit. If you don’t want to add your own fruit & veg, you can just choose from our Complete Dog Food range, which has the right balance included.

If you wish to work out a weight not shown on the chart above:-

weight in grams (1kg = 1000g)  x 0.02 or x 0.025 or x 0.03

Dog Feeding Guide

It is important not to over feed your dog and if you follow the adult dog feeding guide above, you should find that your dogs weight stays fairly constant.

An overweight dog is more likely to suffer from Diabetes, Arthritis and Heart disease, however dogs maintaining ideal body weight live almost two years longer

General guideline they should receive

70% Muscle meat and bone

30% offal, organ meat and veg/fruit

Eggs (whole and shell) as well as natural yoghurt are a great added supplement to their diet.

Introducing Raw Food to Your Dog

If you are changing from a dried food diet to raw dog food, I suggest start gently by choosing 1 protein – either tripe or chicken mince is a good starter – check their stools and if they look fine, introduce another protein – repeat this process every 1 or 2 weeks or so still checking stools, until he/she is receiving a balanced variety.
It is quite common for a dog to have loose stools on the changeover, this usually only lasts a short while and things begin to firm up in no time. You will notice that on raw, your dog does not defecate as much as they did on dried or wet food, this is because most of the food is utilised and the waste product is less. Every bit of goodness is being processed and used by your dog – fantastic!

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Our Youngest Customer of Raw Food

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Never too young to get the best start on Raw food

Our youngest customer, giving your pup the best start. – meet Cooper the most adorable Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy, Off to the best start on a raw dog food diet with our complete puppy food. He is adorable

Our youngest customer

Could he be any more handsome, looking forward to my next cuddle

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Introducing Raw Food to Your Dog

If you are changing from a dried food diet to raw I suggest start gently by choosing 1 protein – either tripe or chicken mince is a good starter – check their stools and if they look ok, introduce another protein – repeat this process every 1 or 2 weeks or so still checking stools, until he/she is receiving a balanced variety.

Raw Food for Puppy

It is quite common for a dog to have loose stools on the changeover, this usually only lasts a short while and things begin to firm up in no time. You will notice that on raw your dog does not defecate as much as on commercial, this is due to most of the food is utilised and the waste product is less. Every bit of goodness is being processed and used by your dog – fantastic!

Puppies can be fed raw straight from weaning and can progress to fish/wings/carcass etc from 6 -8 weeks. Minces and minced carcass are similar to the regurgitated food they would get from their mothers in the wild. Build slowly onto chunkier meats and soft bone – meaty chicken ribs, necks or wings are good to build their jaw strength.

Puppies can be fed raw

For puppies – Chicken wings should have the wing tip cut off at the third joint, as, should the puppy be tempted to swallow it whole, the double joint of the wing is a major choking hazard for pups.

Puppies cut teeth between 4 & 6 months so, good meaty bones of a suitable size are fantastic for them to gnaw on.