Meet our Ingredients

Kennel Kitchen diet is high in energy, protein, vitamins and minerals derived from natural sources. All our ingredients are freshly sourced from local farms. A bowl of Kennel Kitchen Home Style cooked Dog Food contains freshly sourced meat and fish, vegetables and rice. We add no preservatives or additives. Our goal is to provide your dog with correct proportion of nutrients naturally. 

Chicken in Pet Food

Chicken

Essential amino acids. Energy, lean muscle and Immunity.

Lamb in Pet Food

Lamb

Essential amino acids, Natural Animal Fat and vitamins. Energy, Lean muscle, Immunity, Shiny
Coat and skin.

Tuna in Pet Food

Tuna

Essential amino acids. Energy, lean muscle and Immunity.

Salmon in Pet Food

Salmon

Essential amino acids. Energy, lean muscle and Immunity.

Chicken Liver in Pet Food

Chicken Liver

Source of essential Fatty acids (Omega 3). Skin and Coat and Immunity.

Turmeric in Pet Food

Turmeric

Source of essential Fatty acids (Omega 3). Skin and Coat and Immunity.

Amla in Pet Food

Amla

Source of essential Fatty acids (Omega 3). Skin and Coat and Immunity.

Fish Oil in Pet Food

Fish Oil

Source of essential Fatty acids (Omega 3). Skin and Coat and Immunity.

Rice in Pet Food

Rice

Gluten free source of carbohydrates and Energy.

Eggs in Pet Food

Eggs

Source of essential amino acids, Vitamins D, A, B12, Iron and Fatty Acids. Energy, Lean Muscle,
Healthy Skin, Immunity.

Carrots in Pet Food

Carrots

Source of Beta Carotene, Vitamin A and Fiber. Digestive System, Eye and Vision, Teeth and
Gums, Immunity.

Sweet Potato in Pet Food

Sweet Potato

Source of Beta Carotene, Vitamin A and Fiber. Digestive System, Eye and Vision, Immunity.

Peas in Pet Food

Peas

Source of fibre, vitamins, essential amino acids and fatty acids. Lean Muscle, Immunity, Skin
and Coat, Digestive System.

Meat and Bone in Pet Food

Meat and Bone Paste

Concentrated essential amino acids, Calcium and Phosphorus. Lean Muscle,
Bone and Joint Development.

Animal Fat in Pet Food

Animal Fat

Source of Linoleic acid (Omega 6 fatty acids). Healthy Heart, Coat and Skin, Immunity.

Vegetable Oil in Pet Food

Vegetable Oil

Source of Linoleic acid (Omega 6 fatty acids). Healthy Heart, Coat and Skin, Immunity.

Corn Free Diet

Corn Free Diet

Our goal is to make food that is healthy, high in nutrition value and easily digestible. We strictly avoid the use of corn. In place of high-glycemic grains such as corn or wheat. Kennel Kitchen formulation contains a full complement of regional vegetables such as carrots, peas and sweet potato.While providing a limited amount of carbohydrates, vegetable provide important vitamins, minerals and nutrients in a . natural and bioavailable form.

Majority of dog brands contain corn as an ingredient. However, the fact is dogs are meat eaters and even their teeth demonstrate this. they have reaping canines and not grinding molars. Have you ever heard of a farmer having issues with dogs raiding their cornfields? No, what me might hear is dog raiding a chicken form for meat. 

High Glycemic corn has a high glycemic index that result in corn metabolising in dogs similar to sugar in humans. Feeding corn to dogs is like feeding a child food high in  cough syrup. The dog is not doing to be as healthy and have energy rushes, hyper activity and a hard time concentrating. High dosage of corn can reduce serotonin in the brain that is an important chemical that reduces stress and anxiety. 

Allergies Corn in dogs can cause many dog conditions such as allergies, joint swelling, bloat and there have been cases that the corn that is used in dog food is contaminated with aflatoxin (toxins from mold or fungi)

Indigestion in a dogs body cannot digest corn easily. It is cheap filler, starch energy with little or no nutrition value. 

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