FRESH TURKEY RECIPE
THE MATURETurkey Recipe
The turkey recipe is recommended for all dogs, but especially for mature dogs. This is because turkey is low in saturated fat but high in protein and essential fatty acids. In addition, it is rich in minerals such as selenium, phosphorus, zinc and potassium.
Fresh turkey meat, meaty turkey bones, fresh lamb meat, lamb heart and liver, courgette, apple, peas, olive oil.
Contains 65% fresh turkey meat, 10% fresh lamb meat and 25% fresh fruit and vegetables.
Everything comes from local suppliers to ensure the maximum quality and freshness of ingredients. No rice or cereals.
FRESH TURKEY MEAT AND MEATY BONES
A great source of protein and calcium, without saturated fats.
FRESH LAMB MEAT, HEART AND LIVER
Known for their easy digestibility, high-quality fats and amino acids that keep organs and muscles in optimum condition.
Contains Omega 3 and vitamin E. Helps to control cholesterol and promotes joint health.
Contains vitamin C, B3 and provitamin A.
A great source of soluble fibre that also effectively helps in fighting excess blood glucose.
Contain potassium, thiamine, phosphorus and vitamin E.
Fruit and vegetables provide dogs with vitamins, minerals and fibre, which are essential for a complete and balanced diet.
Low in saturated fats
High in protein and essential fatty acids
Especially suitable for mature dogs
Crude oils and fats7%
Summit 10 Slow Cooked contains no preservatives or additives, so we freeze our foods to preserve all the ingredients’ nutritional and organoleptic properties.
Keep in the freezer or fridge. Defrost in the fridge, at room temperature or in the microwave. Once defrosted, it can be kept in the fridge for up to 5 days.
It can be served hot or cold - whichever best suits your diner.
Recommended daily ration
Dog Weight 1- 10 kg
20 g - 200 g
Dog Weight 11- 20 kg
220 g - 400 g
Dog Weight 21- 30 kg
420 g - 600 g
Dog Weight 31- 40 kg
620 g - 800 g
Dog Weight 41- 50 kg
820 g - 800 g
To calculate the correct daily portion, multiply your dog’s weight by 2% or 3%.
The recommended amounts in the table are indicative and may vary depending on the breed, age, activity or habitat of your dog.