Man’s Best was born from a desire by a small team of Australian dog lovers to develop a better made, grain-free food for dogs. Working with leading Australian nutritionists and veterinarians, they created a small range of ultra premium recipes that included only ingredients that each played an important role in a dog’s health and well being. It should be remembered that Australia has some of the finest ingredients available anywhere in the world and Man’s Best recipes use only Australian ingredients.
Mans Best Puppy grain free lamb formula provides puppies of all breeds with everything they need to grow healthy and strong in their early years.
The carefully selected natural ingredients in Man’s Best Puppy recipe support muscle and bone development and healthy skin and coat. The main ingredient is Australian lamb which contains the essential fatty acids, amino acids and minerals to help your puppy grow happy and healthy. Lamb Meal is a highly digestible and delicious protein source. The recipe is 100% balanced nutrition with no artificial colours, or flavours. It has a low allergy rating, is gluten free, naturally preserved and assists promoting a healthy skin and coat.
Dog Weight Daily Serve
1 – 5kgs 0.25 – 1.25 cups
5 – 10kgs 1.25 – 1.75 cups
10 – 20kgs 1.75 – 2.50 cups
20 – 35kgs 2.50 – 3.50 cups
35 – 45kgs 3.50 – 4.25 cups
45 – 60kgs 4.25 – 5.00 cups
60 kgs plus 5.00 cups plus 0.50 cup
for each additional 10kgs
Lamb meal, field peas, tapioca, chicken fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols), flaxseed, fish oil, potato, sweet potato, natural chicken flavour, citric acid, alfalfa, kelp, yucca extract, beet pulp, kale, broccoli, spinach, parsley, apples, blueberries, carrot, tomato, cranberries, rosemary extract, vitamins (A, B1, B2, B5, B6, B12, D, E), biotin, folic acid, niacin, manganese, magnesium, iron, zinc, copper, bovine colostrum, calcium propionate.
Crude Protein – 37% (min)
Fat – 19% (min)
Crude Fibre – 5% (max)
Moisture – 10% (max)
Calcium – 2% (min)
Phosphorus – 1.4%(min)
Metabolizable Energy – 325k(Cal/100g)
Salt – 1% (max)
Concerned about the price?
Feeding your pet cheap food is just like you eating fast food for every meal. It’s not a balanced diet, it contains too many bad ingredients and your health will suffer over time. This is the same for your dog, feeding them cheap pet food can affect their teeth, coat quality and overall health.
Producing high quality food does come at a cost and this is reflected in the higher price of a bag of premium food. However, wouldn’t you be happy knowing you’re getting the best diet for your pet?
Simply, the more you pay for your dog food, the more you can rely on the integrity of the manufacturer, the quality of the ingredients and the investment in your pet’s long term health.
Dr. Lauren Bugeja, BSc. BVSc.