DARF Cold Pressed Light Dog Food
DARF Cold Pressed Light Dog Food is specifically designed for dogs who need a low-fat diet. For example, dogs who need to lose weight or those with medical issues such as pancreatitis.
DARF’s Cold Pressed Light Dog Food is a high-quality, minimally processed, dry food for dogs. 3.2kgs of fresh, raw meat is processed for each kilogram of this food, making it highly nutrient-dense and palatable, even to fussy eaters.
It retains more nutrients than most standard dry kibble, so it will help promote your dog’s wellness and give them all the essential nutrients and minerals they need.
- Low in fat, only 7.1% – less than half the amount compared to other DARF Cold Pressed Foods.
- It is minimally processed, making it highly nutritious and palatable.
- A great alternative to a raw food diet.
- Ideal to be fed alongside raw food.
- Rich in Prebiotoc Fibre.
- 100% Natural.
- Mix with water to make a wet food suitable for dogs with dental issues.
- Better suited to dogs who are prone to bloat.
Cold-pressed dog food differs from traditional dry dog food because of how the ingredients are processed. The ingredients in conventional dog food are extruded at high temperatures (around 120 degrees). Consequently, many nutrients are damaged or destroyed and don’t reach your dog’s bowl.
In contrast, when food is Cold Pressed, the raw ingredients are processed gently and at much lower temperatures (around 80 degrees). As a result, the food retains more essential nutrients to support your dog’s health.
Another plus for cold-pressed food is that it doesn’t expand in the dog’s stomach like dry extruded food does – it simply dissolves when it enters the stomach. Because of this, cold-pressed food is much less likely to cause bloat.
Ingredients in DARF Cold Pressed Light Food:
60% Chicken Necks, Beef, Lamb, Goat Meat, Chicken Meat, Beef Heart, Beef Lung, Beef Tripe, Beef Liver
10% Dried Carrot
9% Dried Apple
2% Coconut oil
“Millet is a grain that is relatively easy for dogs to digest and is rich in B vitamins, iron and potassium. Millet is also gluten free and so makes a useful carbohydrate choice for hypoallergenic diets.” – Allaboutdogfood.co.uk
Natural vitamin and mineral preparation: 0.5%, moisture 10% containing:
Vit. A (3a672a) 18000 IU Vit. D3 (E671) 1800 IU Vi. E (3a700) 60mg Vit. K2 1.37mg Vit. B1 (3a821) 13.2mg Vit. B2 7.68 mg Niacin (3a315) 30 mg Vit. B5 (3a841) 24.34 mg Vit B6 (3a381) 7.20 mg Vit. B12 72 mcg Biotin (3a880) 312 mcg Vit B9 (3a316) 1.20 mg Vit. C (3a300) 60 mgBeatine (3a925) 300 mg Iron Sulfate Monohydrate 84 mg Potassium Iodide (3b201) Copper Sulphate Pentahydrate 4.80 mg Manganese Oxide 57.60 Zinc Oxide (3b603) 90 mg Selenium Organic CNCM 1-3399 (3b8.12) 0.18 mg
Crude protein 25.2%
Crude ash 6.9%
Dog < 5 kilo approx 60g per day = 1.2% of body weight
Dog < 20 kilo approx 220g per day = 1.1% of body weight
Dog < 40 kilo approx 400g per day = 1% of body weight