Our puppy food are rich in protein from the insect black soldier fly; a high-quality, hypoallergenic protein source that is completely free of growth hormones and antibiotics. Read more about all the dog benefits and why your dog will love insects below.
HIGH QUALITY PROTEIN
Insects are rich in amino acids with high digestibility, which makes them a high-quality protein source. What this really means is that it covers your dog's need for essential amino acids and that your dog can easily absorb the valuable protein.
FOR A HEALTHY STOMACH
Insects are a novel or new protein source for many dogs, and can thus be beneficial for dogs with dietary allergies or sensitive gastrointestinal systems. Since the dog has not been exposed to insect protein before, this reduces the risk of an allergic reaction. Our food also contains healthy dietary fibers and prebiotics from natural sources, which has proven beneficial effects on the intestinal bacterial flora and immune system. All of this, in combination with our products being naturally gluten free, makes them extra kind to the digestive system.
NUTRITIOUS AND NATURAL
Natural and carefully selected ingredients make up our products' nutrition, along with added vitamins and minerals. Our insects are of course completely free of antibiotics and growth hormones. Only good things - nothing else.
DEVELOPED WITH EXPERTS
Our products are developed with veterinarians and nutritionists to ensure an optimal nutritional profile, and all our recipes are based on the nutritional recommendations from FEDIAF. Our dental sticks are also developed with veterinary dental specialists to ensure a premium oral health product for your dog.
It should be easy to choose climate-smart dog food. Products based on insects are not only nutritious for your dog, they are also kind to our planet. Insects are extremely resource-efficient in production compared to more traditional protein sources such as beef, pork and chicken. Insects need less water and food, take up almost no space at all and cause less carbon dioxide emissions.
Visit our planet benefits page to compare the resources needed to produce one gram of protein.