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Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck

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Grain-free complete dry food for puppies and growing dogs, this kibble with duck and lots of fresh chicken, berries, roots and herbs reflects the wild wolf's natural diet. Smaller than adult kibble....further information
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Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck
Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck
Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck
Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck
Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck
Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck
Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck
Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck
Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck
Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck
Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck
Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck
Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck
Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck
Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck
Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck
Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck
Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck
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Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck

- NEW: 400g

£1.00
£2.50 / kg

Product description

Grain-free complete dry food for puppies and growing dogs, this kibble with duck and lots of fresh chicken, berries, roots and herbs reflects the wild wolf's natural diet. Smaller than adult kibble.

Wolf of Wilderness Junior "Wild Hills" - Duck at a glance:
  • Complete dry food for puppies and young dogs
  • Based on the natural diet of wolves living in the wild: for young dogs of all breeds and sizes
  • 100% grain-free recipe: also suitable for dogs suffering from grain intolerance
  • High-quality protein: at least 33% fresh chicken muscle meat and high-quality duck protein
  • Species-appropriate and natural: without added artificial preservatives, colourants or flavourings
  • Wild and free: refined with wild berries, roots and wild herbs
  • Sustainable premium quality: this pet food is made at a family-run business and the packaging is recyclable.
Wolf of Wilderness is species-appropriate dog food based on the original diet of the wild wolf. In addition to lots of fresh meat, the grain-free recipes contain wild berries, roots and wild herbs.

The benefits of Wolf of Wilderness Junior:
  • Rich in protein and with an optimal Ca/P ratio to help support balanced growth
  • Seaweed meal is rich in DHA and helps to support brain development and vision
  • Cartilage building blocks chondroitin sulphate and glucosamine
  • Rich in vitamins and nutrients to help promote general good health and agility
  • Smaller kibble helps to ensure optimal food intake
More information about the Wolf of Wilderness brand philosophy and entire food range can be found here: Wolf of Wilderness Dog Food

Wolf of Wilderness – Wild and Free!


WOLVES PROWL THROUGH THE WILD ROLLING HILLS HUNTING FOR DUCKS.

Junior Wild Hills

Ingredients

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Ingredients
Fresh chicken meat (33%), poultry protein (16%, partially dried and hydrolysed), potato flakes (13%), potato starch (13%), duck protein (10%, dried), dried beet pulp (de-sugared), linseed, brewer’s yeast (dried), poultry fat, sodium chloride, egg (dried), lignocellulose, potato protein, fruits of the forest (0.3%, dried: cranberries, currants, raspberries, elderberries), herbs (0.2%, dried: mugwort, St. John’s wort, nettle leaves, chamomile, common yarrow, coltsfoot, dandelion root), salmon oil, yeast extract (dried, = 0.2% beta-glucans and mannan-oligosaccharides), seaweed (dried, rich in DHA), sunflower oil, apple (dried), chicory inulin (0.1%), glucosamine (0.04%), chondroitin sulphate (0.02%)

Additives per kg:
Nutrtional additives: Vitamin A 15,000 IU, vitamin D3 1600 IU, vitamin E 300 IU, vitamin C 200mg, vitamin B1 15mg, vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 15mg, vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride) 10mg, vitamin B12 220mcg, niacin 45mg, calcium D-pantothenate 45mg, folic acid 1.4mg, biotin 400mcg, choline chloride 2500mg, copper (as cupric sulphate, pentahydrate) 12.5mg, zinc (as zinc sulphate, monohydrate) 100mg, zinc (as zinc chelate of glycine hydrate, solid) 60mg, iron (as ferrous sulphate, monohydrate) 200mg, manganese (as manganous sulphate, monohydrate) 25mg, iodine (as calcium iodate, anhydrous) 2.3mg, selenium (as sodium selenite) 0.35mg
Technological additives: Antioxidants

Energy per kg: ME (FEDIAF, 2016) 16,00 MJ / 3821 kcal

Analytical constituents

protein30.0 %
fat15.0 %
fibre2.5 %
ash7.5 %
calcium1.2 %
phosphorus0.95 %
omega-3 fats0.72 %
omega-6 fats2.97 %
docosahexaenoic acid0.65 g/kg

Feeding guide

Feeding guidelines:
Wolf of Wilderness “Wild Hills” - Junior is a complete dry food for young dogs. Please note that the recommended food amounts are guidelines per day. The actual feeding amount has been calculated according to the latest scientific findings, will depend on your pet’s age, breed, activity levels, size and environmental factors (e.g. climate, season etc.). Please adapt them to your dog's individual needs.

Wolf of Wilderness “Wild Hills” - Junior is generally fed as a dry food. It can also be moistened when you begin to wean your puppy. Fresh water should be provided at all times. Divide the recommended daily amount into 3 meals per day until the 6th month, and into 2 meals per day thereafter.

Adult weight of dog in kg 2 months 3-6 months 7-12 months 13-15 months 16-18 months
1-10kg 30-125g 40-185g 35-175g - -
11-25kg 130-245g 165-385g 185-370g 270-300g -
26-40kg 250-405g 335-500g 380-500g 310-460g -
41-70kg 325-400g 450-825g 550-840g 505-790g 430-660g

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Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'Wild Hills' - Duck
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30/01/24|Chris
: 5/5
As good as kibble gets
High meat content, well thought-out ingredients and my 3 month old collie loves it. I feed her a cup of this with an egg on top and save a fortune compared to a raw diet. The breeder had her on Wagg puppy which they find very tasty but awful ingredients!
19/08/22|Sara Brookes
: 1/5
Not suitable for Large Breed…or Wolves!
We feed our adult GSD Wolf of the Wilderness adult with positive review. We naturally fed new GSD pup the Jnr variety. It is astounding the amount of ‘waste’ deposited, which indicates limited digestion of goodness. The kibble size is generic and not suitable for large breed, as it is not chewed and just swallowed whole. Poor Customer Service from Zooplus when contacted!!
26/01/22|Julian
: 1/5
Says duk but made from chicken
Very bad experience. With this food .. tired to change from old food gradually.. after 3 weeks both my dogs got very bad diareea .. never hadcthis happened to me before. And I brought 28kg..leave and learn. Had dogs all.my life..
03/12/21|Angela Vile
: 5/5
Puppies love it
My 11 week old Wauzer (Westie x mini Schnauzer) puppies were having quite runny poo. I was advised to try a different, less rich puppy food and came across Little Wolf of Wilderness. They both love it and their poo has definitely improved immensely!! We'll be sticking with the duck and the lamb varieties and will try the adult food when they are old enough.
25/09/21|Sally Higgs
: 5/5
Wonderful stuff!
I have a new pup, now 18 weeks old, and right from the beginning he’s had a runny bum. I’ve tried everything, including recommendations from the vet and the breeder. Wolf of the Wilderness was really great for our old dog in his last days, so I turned to Little Wolf and the problem is fixed. I’m very happy and Cavendish loves it.
20/07/21
: 5/5
My cocker loves it
Great value for money. Excellent ingredients plus my dog loves it. Both kibble and treats are excellent.
05/07/21
: 5/5
Excellent!
My puppy loves this food!
15/06/21|Chris
: 5/5
Puppy loves it
Our frenchie puppy loves his meal times, although to start with we had to soak it in water for 30 seconds or so just to soften it up when his teeth were refusing to come through. Eats it like a champ now though!
27/02/21
: 5/5
Everything's great
Really good for an Alaskan Malamute
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18/11/20
: 5/5
It's a hit!
At the start, we only ordered the puppy trial pack and because it went down so well with our dog we decided to get the 10kg bag. The kibble isn't too big or too small and my dog seems to love the taste.
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29/09/20
: 5/5
Goes down well
We switched to this food no problem :)
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05/08/20
: 5/5
Yum yum doggie food
My 7 month old puppy loved Little Wolf of Wilderness Junior 'wild hills' food from the very first bite. Absolutely no difficulty at all in getting her used to it and will definitely recommend to my puppy owner friends.
25/06/20
: 5/5
Great food
Finally a food that our dog tolerates :-)
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19/06/20
: 5/5
Perfect
My little Husky girl loves this food. We always had to wet the food from the breeder otherwise she wouldn't eat it. Since we switched to this, she isn't underweight anymore. She loves all of the flavours. We also tried the wet variety - we give it to her sometime and it's a hit too :-)
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26/04/20|Marc
: 3/5
Hard to digest
Needs to be soaked in water for a few hours for great digestion. Puppy found too difficult to pass otherwise.
22/04/20
: 5/5
Very popular
We have tried lots of dog foods and this is the first food that doesn't give our dog diahrroea and he loves eating it. Our Border Collie has a beautiful coat and is much fitter than he was with other junior foods.
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22/03/20
: 5/5
Dry food
We have been feeding our dog this dry food for a while and we and our dog are very happy with it. Sometimes we sprinkle some water on top. We also mix some finely chopped carrots in. It is also great as a small treat.
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10/10/19
: 5/5
Very good
My dog loves this stuff and finally he is enjoying his food again
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18/09/19
: 5/5
Superfood
My little puppy loved it.
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28/07/19
: 5/5
Great for our Yorkies
This food has always agreed well with our dogs, even when we stopped mixing in treats they still loved it and ate it without any issues.
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