Why is your Fáelán 65 kibble triangular in shape?

The triangle kibble was chosen to represent the nutrient pyramid, which are the foundations for a complete and balanced diet.

Water

This is essential for a dog’s daily requirements and overall nutrition. The purpose of water is to carry and move important nutrients into and out of the cells of the body. It aids in the digestion of food and helps  the dogs to absorb the nutrients. Without water, a dog will become dehydrated and it’s health will begin to deteriorate.

Protein

Is the foundation of a dog’s diet. Protein is needed to form new skin cells, grow hair, build muscle tissue, and more. It also assists in creating hormones and enzymes that are needed for functions within the body, provides energy and ensures the immune system stays strong. Your Fáelán 65 recipes contains 65% total animal protein, of which 35% is freshly prepared.

Carbohydrates

Carbohydrates provide a dog with adequate energy. Dogs are able to convert certain carbohydrates sources into simple sugars that are easily absorbed. More complex carbohydrates must be broken down further by the body before they are able to be absorbed.

Fats and Oils

They provide energy and essential fatty acids for dogs whilst also contributing significantly to the palatability and texture of the kibble. This is critical to all recipes because we needs to ensure that they are nutritious but also edible for dogs.

Fibre

This is an important component of a healthy balanced diet, that helps the digestive system to process food and steadily absorb nutrients. This supports the functioning of normal healthy micro organisms living in the gut.

Vitamins and Minerals

These are both essential in sufficient amounts. They are necessary for muscle contraction and nerve conduction and work to prevent disease. Each of your Fáelán 65 recipes contain a blend of nutritiously beneficial superfoods that provide great sources of vitamins and minerals to help a dogs general health and well-being.

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