Lily’s Kitchen is introducing its first meat-free recipe for dogs, launching to coincide with National Vegetarian Week 16th-22nd May.
The British producer has created its Wholesome Veggie Feast 375g tin (rrp £2.49) to help pet owners add some healthy variety to their dog’s diet.
With the growing popularity of Meat Free Mondays for humans, this carefully crafted, nutritionally complete recipe provides a way for dogs to join in with the rest of the family.
Like all Lily’s Kitchen’s recipes, Wholesome Veggie Feast has been created alongside vets and nutritionists.
As dogs are omnivores and have evolved to eat a variety of meat, fruits and vegetables, they can enjoy all the benefits a super healthy meat-free recipe can offer them, without concern for the lack of meat.
CEO and founder Henrietta Morrison, comments: “Our delicious Wholesome Veggie Feast has been carefully crafted to ensure it is nutritionally complete, making it a great addition to our variety of meat-based recipes.
“We have been working on this recipe for over four years! It’s ideal for dogs that have allergies to a large variety of meat or simply as some vegetable variety for our meat loving friends, in keeping with the flexible lifestyles their pet parents are choosing.”
The new food will be available exclusively for three months in independent pet shops and on the Lily’s Kitchen website (www.lilyskitchen.co.uk), until 31 August 2016.