Wild Boar is a wild caught game meat. Among the minerals that the wild boar is likely to bring in large quantities is phosphorus, the second of the minerals to be present in greater quantity in the body after the calcium. It plays a fundamental role in the formation of bones and teeth and in the maintenance of their good health. In addition, phosphorus, as a component of cell membranes, participates in tissue growth and maintenance of blood pH.
The second mineral that the boar provides in good quantity is Iron, Iron is essential for the transportation of oxygen and all other minerals as it’s the only magnetic mineral.
Wild boar is also an excellent source of zinc which is found in cells throughout the body and is needed for the body’s defensive (immune) system to properly work. It plays a role in cell division, cell growth and wound healing, zinc is also needed for the senses of smell and taste and selenium important as it plays a role in the health of the immune system. This antioxidant helps lower oxidative stress in the body, which reduces inflammation and enhances immunity. Studies have demonstrated that increased blood levels of selenium are associated with enhanced immune response.
Wild Boar (with bone) 80%, Boar Heart, Boar Liver, Boar Kidney.
No artificial colours, preservatives, additives cereals or filers.
- Moisture: 65.4%
- Protein: 18.1%
- Fat: 11.3%
- Ash: 5.4%
- Crude Fibre: 0.8%
Feeding And Storage Guidelines
Store in the Freezer, best when defrosted in the fridge and should be used within 3-4 days (safe to defrost and refreeze)
A complementary food for dogs.
To achieve a complete and balanced Species Appropriate Raw Food diet (SARF) we do advise that you aim to feed a minimum of 5-7 different meats as each one provides your dog, cat or carnivore in general with different or higher levels of minerals/nutrients the cells of their body require to function and maintain health, this variation is what makes the diet complete and the 80% meat 10% bone 10% offal provides a balanced diet.