List of Ingredients
Contrary to popular belief, chicken, lamb or beef listed as the first ingredient on a label is not an indication that the diet is of higher quality or contains more protein.
Legally, ingredients must appear in descending order according to their weight in the diet before they are cooked. The total weight of the ingredient usually includes the water content and fresh meat is generally 75% water.
Some pet food manufacturers list ingredients based on the weight before they have been dehydrated. This leads to confusion about the level of protein in a diet. Dehydrated protein sources, commonly referred to as a meal (e.g. chicken meal), are a more concentrated source of digestible protein.
Once your order leaves our warehouse and is scanned into the New Zealand Couriers network you will be sent track and trace details via email. You can use these track and trace details to keep an eye on your order, and when it will be delivered.
Payment is required when you place your order, you can checkout with your credit card, via online banking or in instalments with Afterpay or ZIP. Note: Your order confirmation is your tax invoice, as we endeavour to become more environmentally friendly, we no longer print and include copies of tax invoices with orders
Qualifying purchases made on auto re-order qualify for our loyalty programme. Almost all our premium vet diets, and vet recommended flea and worm treatments are included in the loyalty programme.