THE COMPLETE SUPREME SUPERFOODS PACKAGE (12KG)
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THE COMPLETE SUPREME SUPERFOODS PACKAGE CONTAINS:
A Supreme Superfoods premium dog food kibble designed using the finest, high quality ingredients. Suitable for dogs from 8 weeks up, 100% of the protein content is sourced from salmon, which is complemented by nourishing, wholesome superfoods such as tomato, asparagus, spinach and fennel.
1 x BIG BULLY VIT-GAINS
A supplement to boost your dog's health and immune system, supporting growth and muscle development and improving their skin and coat.
1 x BIG BULLY 90% WHEY PROTEIN
A supplement to help with muscle recovery and strong bones and joints, that will also show in your dog having a shiny and healthy coat.
Delivery: £5 standard delivery charge for all UK mainland orders from 0-25kg. Free delivery on orders over £120. All shipping, taxes and discounts will be calculated at checkout.
Payments: We accept MasterCard, Maestro and Visa. The total will be charged to your card when the order is shipped.
Returns and Refunds: You can return any item purchased from Big Bully Pet Supplies within 14 days of the delivery date except perishable goods. Clothing, collars and leads must be unused and returned in appropriate packaging to claim a refund. Food and supplements must be unopened and returned in suitable packaging to claim a refund. Please note that we can only accept the return of 'Dry' non-perishable products. See our Refunds & Returns Policy for more information.
We only use human grade ingredients in our supplements. Unlike most brands, we do not use brewer’s yeast or any other yeast product in our vitamin blend or in any of our products. Brewer’s yeast has been linked to bloating, gas and indigestion. Bloating is a serious health concern for dogs. Bloating and torsion of the stomach or intestines can lead to death in as little as six hours!
Some of the benefits of adding BIG BULLY SUPPLEMENTS VIT-GAINS to your dog’s diet:
Linoleic acid: the most important omega-6 fatty acid for dogs, aiding maintenance of healthy skin, coat and a healthy immune system. Since dogs' bodies can't produce linoleic acid on their own, it's vital that linoleic acid is present in your dog's daily nutrition.
Vitamin C: Stress is the best-known cause of vitamin C depletion in dogs. Physical stress comes in many forms: gestation, lactation, growth, hard work (dogs used for herding, hunting, tracking, etc.), vaccinations, injuries, or illness. Emotional stress, whether caused by relocation, weaning, or demanding training, can also deplete this reserve. In fact, researchers can measure the level of stress a dog experiences by measuring the degree of depletion of the vitamin in the dog’s blood.
Calcium and phosphorus: Both are essential minerals in canine diets. Calcium is a critical component of bone and cartilage, and it also plays a minor role in hormone transmission. Phosphorus is also a major component of bone.
Manganese: required for healthy, strong ligament development and maintenance. A dog’s manganese requirements are high, and food sources vary as to the amount of manganese they contain. Poor quality processed dog food and raw diets don’t contain enough manganese. Many who home-prepare their dogs’ food, don’t believe in following recipes. Most RAW mistakenly assume that the variety of free range, organic meat, bone and organ blends, they feed their dogs, contain all the minerals they need.
Vitamin A: An essential vitamin for dogs, which means it, must be part of their diet in order for your dog to maintain optimal health. Skin, coat, muscles and nerves all require vitamin A for proper function.
Vitamin B12: important for many aspects of your dog's health. Your dog needs B12 to maintain healthy digestion. It's also needed for a healthy nervous system and brain function, as well as for the formation and growth of blood cells.
Vitamin D3: is an essential part of your dog’s diet, muscle and nerves require vitamin D3 for proper function to regulate the absorption of calcium and phosphorus which supports bone health.
We only use whey isolate for our protein, as this undergoes an advanced combination of cross-flow microfiltration AND ultrafiltration. This extra step helps to filter out some carbohydrates and fat, making the protein more concentrated, resulting in a higher protein content with less carbs, lactose and fat.
Benefits of adding protein to your dog’s diet:
Protein is most the essential element in building and repairing muscle. Without enough protein in the diet, muscles will struggle to grow.
Protein is fundamental in ensuring that your dog is physically at its best.
Amino acids are the monomers that make up proteins. The amino acids your dog gets from protein contribute to healthy hair and skin, muscle development and tissue repair.
Amino acids are also considered the building blocks of the muscle and, with day to day activity and hard exercise, the protein in the body is constantly broken down so this is needed to be replenished with new protein molecules to continue to grow.