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Oat

Oats are cereals with a high biological and energetic value and easy to digest. Oat flakes are an excellent source of proteins of iron, magnesium, zinc and B group vitamins. The high presence of fibres help regulation of the intestinal tract. Oats are an excellent ingredient to help digestion and stimulate diuresis.

Banana

Banana is a super food, in other words it improves the general wellbeing of your dog. The Vitamin C in bananas reinforces the immune system and strengthens bones. The high presence of fibres helps the intestinal system. Vitamin B6 is an excellent anti-inflammatory while magnesium, a structural protein, helps the growth of bones and is especially important in maintaining a correct heart rate. The coat and skin benefit.

Basil

Basil is a natural soother and relaxer, the oils contained in the leaf’s fiber contributes in relieving the effects of the dog’s arthritis and healing for the articulations. Basil is an intestinal anti-inflammatory and it promotes the proper activity of the urinary tract. Furthermore, it is an excellent insect repellent for the summer.

Carrot

Carrots are an excellent source of vitamin A, potassium, and fiber, among other vitamins, all of which play an important role in pet nutrition. Chewing on carrots can even help improve your dog and rabbit and rodent’s dental health.

Carob

The carob is a legume with an high content of natural sugars, proteins and minerals (calcium, iron and phosphorus).

Coconut

Coconut is an important support in the digestive system of your dog and an ally of the immune system, rich in mineral salts (iron, phosphor, magnesium, potassium, copper, zinc), vitamins (groups B, C, E and K) and amino acids. A food that favours bone development as it improves the ability to assimilate calcium and magnesium, for strong and healthy bones and teeth. The vegetable fibres of coconut favour digestion and alleviate stomach problems.

Alfalfa grass forage

An excellent forage sources with higher concentrations of protein and calcium. Chewing the long fiber stems, helps grind your rabbits teeth.

Fava beans

Fava bean flakes are rich in protein and are a valuable source of energy. They have a moderate content of fibre.

Dust-free grass forage

Meadow grass with moderate protein intake, represents the fibrous nutrition base of the horse. Forage is the most important component of horse’s diet. In fact, this fibrous material is what keeps a horse’s digestive tract healthy and functional.

Corn

Corn is a natural and wholesome ingredient that supplies essential fatty acids, protein, carbohydrates and natural antioxidants.

Apple

Apples are low in protein and fat, high in fiber, and rich in antioxidants.

Blueberries

Blueberries help to increase natural defence levels especially against infections to the urinary tracts thanks to the antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. The natural antioxidants in blueberries improve the cardiac health of the animal and make blueberries an unfailing ingredient in dog nourishment. The fruits are rich in vitamin C and fibres.

Barley

Barley is rich in mineral salts such as iron, zinc and magnesium, vitamins A and C and with very little sugar, with a low glycemic index. The flakes are an excellent source of fibre, highly digestible for dogs. Thanks to the invigorating and energizing properties, it is recommended for animals with gastrointestinal problems and also has anti-inflammatory properties. Barley improves the shine of the coat and restores elasticity to the skin.

Papaya

Papaya is one of the healthiest fruits, with anti-inflammatory properties, and can prevent heart problems and atherosclerosis, strengthened immune system. Papaya is rich in vitamins and minerals, contains Vitamin K, E, A, C folate and potassium. Is a good source of Magnesium, calcium that are good for the growth.

Potatoes

Potatoes are a good source of potassium and carbohydrates, they are a great source of Vitamin C, B vitamins and are relatively low calorie.

Peas

Peas are an excellent antioxidant nutrient that supports eye, skin, and heart health. This protein-rich legume boosts energy levels in 4legged friends and is gentle on the digestive system. Peas are an excellent source of essential vitamins, minerals, and dietary fiber for the dogs, they contain vitamins : A, B1, B6, C, and K. Vitamin K can improve bone health.

Chicken

Dogs need protein as a main energy source, and chicken is a good source of proteine and energy in canine nutrition, with low fat. Chicken filet builds lean muscle mass in dogs and delivers Omega 6 fatty acids that help sustain healthy skin and shiny coats. It’s also a great source of essential amino acids and glucosamine, which helps promote bone health.

Leek

Leek brings different benefits: lowering of cholesterol and triglycerides, anti-microbiotic in case of bacterial infections, cardiotonic for elderly dogs or natural repellent for fleas and ticks. The administration not to be exceeded is 0.5% of the body weight of the dog, to avoid the occurrence of intoxication.

Parsley

Parsley gives a pleasant breath and relieves stomach aches. It is rich in potassium, calcium and iron

Rice

Rice is a cereal with a high nutritional value and excellent dietary characteristics. An ingredient rich in B group vitamins and some C group vitamins, iron, calcium, potassium, sodium, zinc and magnesium. Rice flakes have a low level of starch and, thanks to the heat flaking process, they are easily digestible for dogs. Rice is suitable for the nutrition of dogs, but in particular dogs with gastrointestinal problems, due to their astringent properties, in the case of hepatic disorders due to liver malfunctioning and, finally, in the case of dogs that are allergic to corn and wheat as it is an excellent alternative.

Rosemary

Rosemary, rich of mineral salts (potassium, calcium and iron) and vitamin B6, is a refreshing digestive, a depurative, decongestant and a natural tonic and stimulant. Rosemary has antiseptic, antibacterial and antioxidant properties.

Salmon

Salmon has a positive effect on a dog’s entire organism and high biological value. The salmon, which is easily digestible, contains a high percentage of essential Omega-3, -6 and -9 fatty acids. Is particularly suited to cases of skin, gastrointestinal and joint problems.

Sage

Sage is ideal for the oral hygiene, gives a pleasant breath to the dog and has balsamic effects. This plant is therapeutic for the gums because it acts as antibacterial thus reinforcing them. Sage, additionally, has also a natural digestive power.

Linseed

Linseed improves digestion and make the coat shine.

Zucchini

Zucchini is full of nutrients, lots of fiber, vitamins, and minerals. It is low in fat, calories and cholesterol.

Yoghurt

Yoghurt is created from the fermentation of milk activated by bacteria commonly known as lactic fermenting agents, whose main characteristic is that they are precious allies of our health, helping digestion and keeping the intestine in good working order.

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