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Lily’s Kitchen’s new Fish Supper is designed for dogs with sensitive stomachs

British pet food, Lily’s Kitchen, has launched its latest recipe for dogs. Fish Supper is a meat-free fish protein meal, created for dogs with sensitive stomachs.

Made with freshly prepared herring (35 percent) and salmon (30 percent) which are a valuable source of omega 3 for a shiny coat.

The recipe also contains pumpkin which is high in soluble fibre for healthy digestion, kale which provides vitamin K and antioxidants, plus minerals, herbs and fennel.

As with all Lily’s Kitchen’s recipes, Fish Supper is grain free, hypoallergenic, natural and holistic, and contains no rendered meats, animal derivatives, added fillers, artificial flavourings, sweeteners or preservatives.

Lily’s Kitchen describes the Fish Supper as a digestible, grain free recipe for dogs with meat sensitivities or especially delicate digestions in mind.

Henrietta Morrison, CEO and founder of Lily’s Kitchen, says: “Veterinary and nutritional advice suggests fish-only proteins are best for sensitivities and this deliciously wholesome Fish Supper recipe is a wonderful way for our four-legged friend to join in family mealtimes, even if they’ve got a sensitive tum.”

The new Fish Supper 400g tin, RRP £2.19, will be sold in independent pet shops, health food shops and on the Lily’s Kitchen website (www.lilyskitchen.co.uk).

About Sara Cork

Sara Cork

Sara Cork is the editor of Pet Gazette. She has nearly eight years’ experience in consumer and B2B titles. Feel free to drop her a line with any stories or feature ideas.

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