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Mini food for big personalities


Arden Grange is excited to announce the launch of a new mini version of their ever popular fresh chicken & rice adult dog food. The same great recipe is now in a smaller kibble size which is ideal for all types of toy and small breeds.

This new product is available in 2kg and 6kg bags, and has the same super premium recipe as the ‘Adult – with fresh chicken and rice’ diet. The smaller kibble is perfect for smaller breeds which may struggle with larger sized kibbles, or larger dogs that prefer the smaller size. Also, as with many of the varieties in the dry dog food range, it contains krill, a great source of omega-3 which can benefit the nervous system, heart and eyes as well as many other cells, tissues and organs of the bodily system. Krill meal is also a very nutritionally valuable source of protein and has an excellent amino acid profile.

In addition to the mini adult dry food, the crunchy bites with fresh chicken & rice are also now available in a smaller size. These have the same super premium recipe as the crunchy bites with fresh chicken, and are a great training aid or healthy treat for your dog.

Ness Bird, nutritional adviser at Arden Grange, said: “It’s great that we can now offer these very popular recipes for toy and small breeds. Even more dogs can now enjoy the highly palatable chicken & rice diet without the worries that some owners may have when their dogs are eating the larger kibble.”

The entire Arden Grange dry dog food range includes extracts of cranberry and yucca, which act as antioxidants and may aid in urinary tract health and the prevention of body odour respectively. All Arden Grange recipes are naturally hypoallergenic and are free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives, as well as being wheat-gluten, beef, soya and dairy free.

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