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New concept store by Just for Pets is great success
Billy + Margot introduces new iced treats freezer deal
North London pet shop to close after 48 years
Surrey pet store wins GA's Grain Free competition
More overseas buyers expected at PATS Telford
Largest ever British Pavilion at Interzoo is major success
UK businesses get ready for Bring Your Dog To Work Day
Pooch & Mutt recognised for rapid business growth
Pets Corner opens additional store in Crawley
Burgess fulfils demand for more natural pet foods
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Burgess fulfils demand for more natural pet foods

Burgess Pet Care has created innovative free-from recipes for its new Wellbeing range that include a full body health boost in each bag.

Grains can have a negative effect on gut health and cause itchy, inflamed skin in some dogs. With more owners recognising signs of food intolerance in their pets, the Yorkshire pet food manufacturer is launching a new grain-free food that reinvigorates the dog inside and out.

As well as being wheat, soya and dairy free, and containing a healthy gut prebiotic, the Wellbeing range contains Burgess Pet Care’s unique ‘Stay Clean’ system – a bacteria-fighting ‘doggie mouthwash’ that aids plaque prevention – as well as a ‘Skin & Coat’ complex, which includes omega 3 fish oil, biotin and zinc trace elements which are important for skin and coat health.

“An increasing number of pet owners are turning to more natural diets for their pets and we wanted to produce a range of food, which was both grain free and highly nutritious,” said veterinary innovation manager Dr Suzanne Moyes MVB MRCVS from Burgess.

“Instead of wheat we use tapioca, lentil, chickpea and sweet potato, which are nutritious and easily digestible and suit all dogs great and small.”

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