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  1. Rich in antioxidants: Blueberries are loaded with antioxidants, such as vitamin C and flavonoids. These antioxidants help combat harmful free radicals, reduce oxidative stress and support the immune system.
  2. Heart health: The antioxidants in blueberries may promote cardiovascular health by reducing inflammation and improving blood circulation.
  3. Brain health: Some studies suggest that the antioxidants in blueberries may have positive effects on brain function and cognitive health, potentially benefiting older dogs or dogs prone to age-related cognitive decline.
  4. Vitamins and minerals: Blueberries are a good source of essential vitamins like vitamin K and vitamin C, as well as minerals like manganese, which play important roles in overall health.
  5. Fibre: Blueberries contain dietary fibre, which can aid digestion and help regulate bowel movements.
  6. Low in calories: Blueberries are relatively low in calories, making them a suitable treat option for dogs watching their weight.
  7. Natural sweetness: Blueberries have a natural sweetness that many dogs find appealing, making them a healthy alternative to processed treats.
  8. Eye health: The presence of antioxidants like lutein and zeaxanthin in blueberries may promote eye health and protect against age-related eye issues.

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(They loved it.)

Badger was completely unphased by meal times before I switched him over to Wild Pack from kibble. He gets so excited now when he sees the tub, that I've had to get him a slow feeder bowl so he doesn't inhale it all in two minutes!!

Amanda & Badger
London, UK

Fantastic raw dog food! Great consistency full of all the goodness your dog needs. Handy packaging and most importantly, Freddie loves it! I would highly recommend Wild Pack to anyone who really cares for their dogs health and well being!

Daniel & Freddie
Leicester, UK

Tarka has always eaten raw but she's usually quite fussy on flavours. All six Wild Pack recipes were a big hit with her though. And as the one who dishes it out, I love it too. Far less smelly and much easier to serve than any of the other brands we've tried!

Verity & Tarka
Norfolk, UK
Better sh*t

Smaller, less smelly and more pick-uppable poos. That’s all down to improved digestion and gut health, more natural fibre sources, fewer carbohydrates and no nasty additives or preservatives.

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Glossier coats

Dogs on raw diets get healthy fatty acids, improved nutrient absorption, increased hydration (due to higher moisture content) and better protein quality. So their coats are utterly fabulous.

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Better digestion

Raw dog food is so much kinder to your dog’s insides. With no additives, no preservatives and fewer carbohydrates, they’ll get improved digestion and fewer tummy troubles.

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Stronger immune system

When we eat sh*t and don’t get enough nutrients, we get ill. It's just the same for dogs. But when they eat raw like they’re supposed to, it’s the foundation of good health.

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Bags of energy

Commercial kibble causes crashes and spikes of energy. But raw food is lighter on carbohydrates and has whole meat, bones and organs which release energy steadily, so they’re full of beans all day long.

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Better breath

Improved digestion, a better balance of nutrients, fewer carbohydrates and no additives or preservatives. Goodbye dragon breath!

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Can the Kibble
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