Now, wheat gluten free (WGF), this diet contains a minimum of 26%, highly digestible, real lamb and is the ideal choice for active dogs or dogs with extra sensitive stomachs. It has become a firm favourite with rough collies - with some 'winning' results.
Lamb Meal (26%), Maize, Barley, Dehulled Soya Bean Meal, Rice (6%), Chicken Fat, Oats, Unmolassed Beet Pulp, Peas, Alfalfa, Prairie Meal, Salt, Yeast, Salmon Oil, Yucca Schidigera.
- Protein 22.0%
- Fat Content 10.0%
- Crude Fibre 3.5%
- Crude Ash 7.0%
- Vitamin A/E672 18,200iu/kg
- Vitamin D/E671 1,600iu/kg
- Vitamin E/3a700 230mg/kg
- Iron sulphate monohydrate 75mg/kg
- Cupric sulphate pentahydrate 30mg/kg
- Manganous oxide 75mg/kg
- Zinc sulphate monohydrate 350mg/kg
- Zinc chelate of amino acids hydrate 330mg/kg
- Sodium selenite 0.5mg/kg
Lamb & Rice should be fed dry but can be moistened with water or CSJ Gravy Works!. There is no need to supplement this diet.
Suggested Daily Feeding Guide
The following should serve as a rough guide so please adjust the quantities fed according to your working dog’s individual requirements. Feed per day:
- Small e.g. Terrier (2-10kg) 55-175g
- Medium e.g. Cocker Spaniel, Border Collie (10-20kg) 175-295g
- Large e.g. GSD, Belgian Shepherd (20-30kg) 295-400g
- Very Large e.g. Irish Wolfhound (30kg+) 400g+
Two half meals per day are better than one. A supply of fresh, clean water must always be available.
"Obedience Champion CONNOR of Caledonia, from being a puppy, could be very difficult to feed. He had very strong reactions to most foods and all-in-one foods were impossible for him to digest. Recently we found CSJ Lamb with Rice (wheat gluten free) and decided to have one more go. We have not looked back. CONNOR enjoys every mouthful, finds the food very palatable and has had NO negative reactions. Thank you."
Elaine Weelands, Consett, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
" 'Jack' is a beautiful red staffordshire bull terrier who was bred by myself from show stock.Unfortunately he hated the show ring and so I decided to try obediance ,which he also hated.However,he really took to agility and will do agility all day and every day if I let him!
Two problems emerged.
1.Keeping weight on -I could not get enough food into him.
2.He became intolerant to Gluten/Wheat. (several shows were missed due to him being poorly and dropping even more weight).
I tried several different gluten free feeds and they were exspensive.
His sensitivity was sorted, however I still had the problem of keeping his weight on.
I came across your feed at an agilty show and purchased a couple of bags of Lamb and Rice gluten /wheat free.
Now Jack has a healthy diet that keeps him trouble free.He needs far less food and his weight stays on. He has the energy he needs for his training and shows .As an extra bonus he has a lovely shiny coat ,something hard to get with his color coat.( I know as I am a show judge-reds never shine the same as blacks).."
" ... the lamb and rice has been a huge success. The "poos" have been marginally bigger than when the dogs were on Burns, but not a problem! BUT ....... I have people stopping me in the street asking what on earth I do to my dogs to get their coats to gleam and shine they way they are, the dogs look as if they have been polished!!!! They have always got a 500mg Evening Primrose Oil Capsule with their evening meal, yet this is the first time their coats have shone they way they are now. FANTASTIC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hope to hear from you soon, and thank you once again, from a very happy bunny!!"