September 23, 2017

New Grain Free Tuna recipe from GA Pet Food Partners

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As GA Pet Food Partners launched their brand new Grain Free Tuna recipe earlier this month, the question everyone was wondering was, why Tuna? Isn’t Tuna for cats?

Grain Free recipes are ideal for dogs with a sensitivity or intolerance to grain, wheat or wheat gluten, soya, beef or dairy. Their Grain Free range is a great alternative to rice or cereal based products as they are formulated without grains and may help to alleviate common symptoms. Feeding a grain free diet may result in one or many of the following:

 Less and smaller stoolsdog food

 Reduced shedding

 Improved skin and coat condition

 Improved breath odour

 Reduced flatulence

 Reduced itching, scratching and digestive upsets

Tuna is a novel protein source and is a good source of high quality protein. Tuna is believed to help control blood pressure, improve cardiovascular health and contains anti-inflammatory properties. This recipe has a minimum of 26% Freshly Prepared Tuna which is highly digestible and palatable as well as being a great source of essential amino acids required for growth and development.

The new Grain Free Tuna recipe also contains 22% Salmon. Both Tuna and Salmon are great sources of Omega 3 fatty acids EPA and DHA. EPA and DHA are essential to help maintain good skin and coat health, as well as having links to anti-inflammatory properties and improved cognitive and visual development.

Veterinary Approved, the Grain Free recipes contain sweet potato which has a low glycemic index, this is a great way to avoid blood sugar peaks. Sweet Potato can also help improve satiety and keep your pets fuller for longer, helping to provide that much needed slow release energy for daily activities. The combination of potato and sweet potato provide easily digestible carbohydrate sources for energy as well as B vitamins and minerals.

This recipe is formulated without grains, wheat gluten, soya, dairy, beef and pork so is suitable for the most sensitive pets. This recipe also includes broccoli; which is packed with B vitamins and minerals.

As with all of theGrain Free recipes they are naturally preserved with mixed tocopherols and rosemary extract, and are formulated without any added artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.

Tuna is indeed good for cats but dogs can also benefit from this fantastic ingredient!

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