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Give your furry friend the best! We only use high quality fresh chicken,
lamb, fish, vegetables and superfoods in our products.
These foods are rich in essential proteins, vitamins and other
nutrients that your pet needs. Our food contains no fillers or additives. Just real meat!
Our recipes always start with fresh meat or chicken that support the growth of lean muscle and are high in natural protein. Besides this, we use fresh vegetables, cereals and superfoods like turmeric, Indian gooseberry, spirulina and pumpkin. Mmm, tasty, as well as healthy!
What kind of meats do we use? Well,
our product range consists of a variety of fresh meats, such as chicken,
chicken liver, lamb, lamb liver, tuna, mackerel and salmon.
Not only are our recipes protein-rich, the first ingredient
in them is always fresh chicken, lamb or fish.
Let's give you some numbers! Our dry food range consists of 70% Fresh Chicken/Salmon, 30% vegetables and 0% Grain.
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 recipes contain a full complement of regional vegetables such as carrots, peas and sweet potatoes. While providing a limited amount of carbohydrates, these vegetables provide important vitamins, minerals and nutrients in a natural and bioavailable form.
High Glycemic corn has a high glycemic index that result in corn metabolising in dogs similar to the way sugar metabolises in humans. Feeding corn to dogs is like feeding a child food high in cough syrup. The dog is not going to be as healthy, and is going to have bursts of hyperactivity which can give him a hard time while concentrating. High dosage of corn can reduce serotonin in the brain, which is an important chemical that reduces stress and anxiety.
Corn can cause many conditions such as allergies,
joint swelling, bloating and so on, for dogs.
There have also been cases where the corn that is
used in dog food is contaminated with aflatoxin (toxins from mold or fungi).
Dogs cannot digest corn easily, and end up having indigestion. Corn is a cheap filler, and offers starches, which give energy with little or no nutrition value.
Our recipes contain a long list of super foods, such as Spirulina, Turmeric, Amla ( Indian Gooseberry), Pumpkin, Celery, Glucosamine, Chondroitin, Thyme, Basil, Flax Seeds, Carrots, Nettle, Mango and Cranberry. This long list of superfoods is a natural source of vitamins and minerals, and contributes to improved gut health and a shiny coat.