We’ve teamed up with Natures Menu to give away four months’ supply of Country Hunter pet food to one lucky winner and their four-legged friend, delivered to your doorstep in one of Natures Menu’s own temperature controlled vans.
The UK’s number one for raw pet food and Europe’s leading expert in raw, recently launched a campaign to highlight the importance of a pet’s poop in relation to their health. ‘Poopy Pets’ aims to make pet owners aware of the signs of digestive discomfort and, in turn, highlight the ‘back-end’ benefits of a complete raw diet for dogs.
Nutritionally balanced, complete raw feeding aims to give dogs a diet as close as possible to what they might have eaten in the wild and can be gentler on their digestive system than other pet food alternatives, making it ideal for pets with a sensitive stomach. Vet approved, Natures Menu has also been shown to improve health in dogs including fresher breath and reducing allergies.
If you notice that your pet isn’t feeling 100 per cent, or if you’ve spotted any of the below symptoms, it may be worth considering a change of diet for your pet. There are some key signs that you should look out for, including:
- Soft/ watery or overly hard faeces
- Excessive flatulence
- Sticky or crumbly poo
- Misshapen faeces (not the traditional log shape)
- Discoloured or foul-smelling poo
- Blood spots
- Black coloured faeces
Made with ethically sourced ingredients, Country Hunter is packed with quality real meat in every pouch, is free of artificial colours, grains and flavourings and contains superfoods for added nutritional benefit.
In order to win the Country Hunter treats for your pet, please answer the following question:
Why is Natures Menu a healthy, nutritious meal for your pet? A. Free from artificial colours, grains and flavourings B. Packed with superfoods C. Filled with high quality, real meat D. All of the above
For more information, please visit www.naturesmenu.co.uk
*T&Cs apply. Four months’ supply of Country Hunter up to the value of £200 in one order.
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