Lusahn dog food for puppies and adult dogs

2017-11-14 06:00

DO you want a dog food where the first ingredient is chicken and not maize or another carbohydrate?

With chicken (poultry meal) as the first - and most plentiful - ingredient in Lusahn Puppy & Adult dog food, your dog will get the best nutrition.

The addition of 100% pure Ostrich oil helps reduce itchy skin, promoting shiny coats, easing the pain of arthritis as well as reducing inflammation and stiffness. Lusahn contains no pork, beef, lamb, fish, soy, wheat, “meat derivatives” or “vegetable derivatives”.

Sold at Assagay Feeds, Equitack, Hillcrest Pets, Hitchin Post, Muddy Dog, Waterfall Pets, free deliveries through

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