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Jun 11, 2013 Written by 

Lily's Kitchen

Lily's Kitchen proper food for pets
Wholesome, healthy, natural and organic
food for dogs and cats.

Together with our farmers and producers we harvest and use the best ingredients we can buy to create the most healthy pet foods available anywhere.

Everyday, freshly prepared deboned meat and fish is used in our kitchens to make our tins. We prepare and cook our petfood in a handful of state-of-the-art kitchens, some so small they are tucked away in the depths of the countryside. There we fill our tins with raw ingredients and then gently sterilize (i.e. cook) to maintain the nutritional integrity of the ingredients.

Health you can see

* Your dog and cat may look healthy and shiny on our food, but it's not just about a beautiful coat... our customers tell us over and over again that trips to the vet have fallen dramatically since switching their pet onto our food.

* Our food is carefully formulated and prepared to provide a super healthy balance of pure, natural nutrition. 

* We also want to make a difference to our pets through what they eat and say no to many of the ingredients routinely used in pet foods. We do not include any meat meals, dried chicken, fillers, derivative or by-products. We don’t use any artificial preservatives, flavourings, sweeteners or colourings.

You are what you eat after all and the same is true for our pets!

We all know the foundation of good health is good food. Good food means - a healthy coat, good immunity and....no more wind!

Read the label

It’s really important to read the label on the food you are feeding so you know if the food you are buying is appropriate for your pet. Here are a few things to look out for:


Ash level: This is your indicator of how much indigestible bonemeal is in the food you’re buying: the lower the level of Ash, the better the quality of ingredients.

Protein level: You would think that the higher the protein level, the better…..but it’s all about how digestible the protein is. If grated leather shoes were put into pet food then it would show a high level of protein too...but the protein would not be digestible! Indigestible (low quality) protein is often the reason dogs get windy.



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