Forthglade, manufacturers of natural dog food, this week announced the launch of two new product ranges. The original UK pioneers of natural wet food for dogs has unveiled its first ever dry dog food, as well as a selection of grain free functional dog treats. With focus remaining on high quality ingredients and a ‘Junk Free Promise’, the new products further establish Forthglade as one of the leading brands of premium natural pet food.
Cold Pressed, natural dry dog food
The new Cold Pressed dry food for dogs is 100% natural and provides a complete nutritionally balanced meal for dogs aged from 2+months. The wholesome recipes are gently pressed for just a few seconds at low temperatures ensuring all the natural goodness of the ingredients is retained within the meals. As with all Forthglade recipes, the Cold Pressed range contains no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives and is hypo-allergenic. The meals include 30% duck or chicken, 5% liver and 5% white fish, as well as brown rice, vegetables, fruit, omega 3 oils, vitamins, minerals and botanicals.
Unlike many dry foods on the market, cold pressed is very easy for dogs to digest as it gently breaks down in a dog’s stomach without absorbing water, making it the most natural way to feed a dog a complete dry meal.
Forthglade’s Cold Pressed comes in two recipes – Duck with Brown Rice and Chicken with Brown Rice – and can be served as a complete dry meal or mixed with any of the Forthglade wet food ranges. Available to order from April 2017, the dry food comes in 6kg and 12kg bags with an RRP of £34.99 and £59.99 respectively.
Natural Functional Treats
Forthglade’s grain free hand-baked natural treats will be available in four varieties: There will be a training treat with cheese, a salmon treat to support joints and bones, a turkey based treat for fresh breath and a calming treat containing chicken. All 100% natural, grain free and free from nasties.
Available in 150 gram pouches in cases of seven, the heart-shaped treats will retail at £2.99 per pouch. The treats will be available from May 2017.