• 30% of Hermetia illucens (Black Soldier Fly) as alternative animal protein
• Rich in protein, iron, calcium and B12 vitamin
• With amaranth, sweet potatoes, pumpkin seeds
• Nutritious dog food, 100% natural and eco-friendly
• Low sensitivity grain- and gluten free recipe: recommended by veterinarians
• Low purine content of 34.8mg/100g
• For adult dogs of all breeds with normal to high activity level (L-Carnitine)
200g | 2kg | 6kg | 12 kg
Eat Small’s WALD combines selected farmed insects with premium tasty gluten and grain free ingredients. Insect protein is one of the most sustainable animal protein on Earth; it is a healthy alternative to meat and part of an eco-responsible lifestyle. With 25% protein and 14,5% fat content, WALD is well balanced for dogs with normal activity level or for sporty and working dogs. Our recipe has been developed by our veterinarian and is also recommanded for sensitive dogs and for those suffering from food intolerances.
STRENGHT AND ENDURANCE FOR ACTIVE DOGS!
Composition: Hermetia illucens 30% (natural source of protein, vitamin B12, calcium, iron), sweet potatoes 26%, amaranth 24%, sunflower oil, colza oil, flax oil, pumpkin seeds, minerals (including sea salt 0,7%), brewer’s yeast, cellulose, redcurrant 0,2%, acerola 0,2%, turmeric 0,2%, rosemary 0,2%, nettle 0,05%. Analytical constituents: crude protein 25%, crude fat 14,5%, crude fiber 3,6%, ash 6,98%, humidity 9%, calcium 0,95%, phosphorus 0,55%, sodium 0,45%, energy uE 3.590 kcal/kg.
Additives: Nutritional additives per kg: Vitamin A (E 672) 15.000 I.U., vitamin D3 (E 671) 1.500 I.U., vitamin E (as alpha-Tocopherylacetat) 100 mg, vitamin C (as ascorbic acid) 350 mg, thiamin (B1) 5 mg, riboflavin (B2) 6 mg, Pyridoxin (B6) 4 mg, cobalamine (B12) 70 mcg, niacin (B3) 45 mg, D-panthenol (B5) 12 mg, folic acid (B9) 2 mg, biotin (B7) 500 mcg, iron (as ferrous sulfate(II), monohydrate) 110 mg; copper (as copper(II)-sulfate, pentahydrate) 12 mg, manganese (as manganese-(II)-oxide) 15 mg, zink (as zink sulfate, monohydrate) 100 mg, iodine (als calcium iodate, anhydrous) 1,5 mg, selenium (als sodium selenite) 0,15 mg, taurine 300 mg, L-Carnitine 300 mg.
All our ingredients have been selected by our veterinarian for their nutritional qualities, their great taste and for their positive impacts on a dog’s body.
|Hermetia illucens (Black soldier fly larvae): INSECT POWER!
Its meaty taste with nuts accent makes dogs ask for more!
It is a concentrate of protein, rich in 20 amino acids.
With its high levels of minerals – especially calcium and iron – and vitamins (B-complex, including B12), it reaches and even surpasses meat’s nutritional value.
Amaranth: The ancient Aztec’s grain!
A highly nutritious pseudocereal that is 100% gluten free and a rich source of soluble fibers.
Sweet potatoes: Delicious and very digestible!
They deliver high contents of carbohydrates and vitamin A.
Pumpkin seeds: Nutritional powerhouses!
Filled with antioxidants, they are a great source of proteins, unsaturated fats, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and zinc.
Brewer’s yeast: The natural armor!
An abundant source of biotin for the hair coat, that can also help protect the skin from flea bites.
Turmeric: The spice of life!
The yellow root is packed with curcumin and manganese.
Nettle: The natural tonic!
A nutritious wild herb that contains high levels of natural organic silica.
Sunflower-colza-flax oil: The omega fatty acids trilogy!
Our oil trio is a concentrate of essential omega 3 and 6 polyunsaturated fatty acids.
Acerola, redcurrant and rosemary: Powerful antioxidants!
Berries are an important source of vitamin C and give a tasty flavor to the food, while rosemary is a natural preservative agent.
The many nutritional and ecological benefits of Hermetia illucens
united with the forces of nature in a delicious recipe.
Dogs simply love it!
Tip from our vet to introduce WALD to your dog
If you provide your dog with a new food, introduce it over a period of 4 days. By doing so, your dog (and its digestive system!) will happily get used to the new diet.
These recommendations are guidelines and the feed level depends on your dog’s condition and activity. Offer your four-legged friend enough fresh drinking water everyday.