Ideally suited for small breeds or less active dogs.
Formulated for dogs with gastric issues such as Pancreatitis or Colitis. Low in fat, bone content and protein. Extremely gentle on the gut and allergen free. Perfect for overweight dogs.
Sold in 200g trays.
For help about how much fits in a box, and details about the delivery of your order, please click here.
Feed 2-3% of the dog's ideal body weight per day, ideally spread over two meals.
Contains 75% fresh meat.
British White Tripe, British Turkey with Bone, Fresh Pumpkin, Fresh Broccoli, Fresh Green Curly Kale, Scottish Cold Water Salmon Oil, Raw Sea Kelp Powder (Laminaria japonica)
Bulk ordering starts at 80kgs (160 x 500g) If you wish to make up an 80kg order please order via the telephone on 01276 63554.
Typical analysis as fed: Moisture 73.96% Protein 13.20%, Fat 5.2%, Ash (inorganic matter) 3.10%, Fibre 0.50%
Moisture - the natural presence found in the ingredients
Protein - are biological molecules consisting of one or more chains of amino acids
Fat - includes all fats: saturated fats, trans fats, and the unsaturated fats, polyunsaturated and monounsaturated
Ash (inorganic matter) - is the inorganic residue remaining after the water and organic matter have been removed
Fibre - the term given to the indigestible part of food
Calorific Content 117kcal/100g
Posted by Diane on 22nd Aug 2016
Hard to find raw this low in fat for my whippet with pancreatitis. The only one at a similar % (from
another supplier) looked dried out and bland, Bob agreed. But he loved this.
It is way too expensive to use every day though. If you could extend your working dog range to include a proper low fat Chubb (the low purine is barely lower than the chicken) we would be very happy customers
Posted by Unknown on 25th May 2016
its a top product but quite expensive at £6.75 a kilo when buying the small tubs. I found the chub really awkward for the senior dogs, so tried these tubs. my dog loves it ,but its a little expensive.
Posted by B Polglaze on 14th Nov 2014
I bought this for Small Dog as she had put on a bit of weight eating the normal Nutriment range from the Starter Pack. It smells disgusting to me and Small Dog refused point blank to eat it. Big Dog, however, who has the (un)refined tastes of an urban fox and will eat anything vaguely food-related, wolfed it down along with his regular food. I've gone back to feeding Small Dog Starter Pack food but have cut back at little on the amount I give her and upped her exercise routine. This seems to be working well.
Posted by Jill on 23rd Oct 2014
We have tried most varieties of Nutriment and have decided to try the Light version as Millie has put on a kilo or two of late so she is on a month long diet with extra exercise. I noticed immediately on opening the lack the strange smell, really awful in fact but gave it to Millie and she wolfed it down, mind you she is a dog that eats anything, dead old rotten mice, bits of bird wing, deer poo etc so she does not have a sophisticated palate. Texture is good, a little drier than her usual varieties and not sloppy, but no complaints. Hopefully it will help with the weight loss, time will tell.
Delivery as ever was excellent, thanks .
Posted by Janet Bonar on 16th Jun 2014
I took on a 5 year old CKC last December and his health was very poor. Within a week of him coming into our home we realised he had a shockingly low immune system. Some of his associated problems included: a solid mass on his larynx which was causing him breathing problems, untreated historical ulcer in his eye, Demodex mange and blisters on his throat and around his mouth. On initial visit to my vet I was advised to take him back to the people I bought him from (yes bought!!) and ask for my money back, but I just couldn't as we had fallen in love with the wee dude after 12 hours of having him. So I embarked on some online research and contacted a breeder of CKC who advised me to immediately change his diet to Nutriment, which I did. Along with close vet care and lots of alternative supplements, my wee man Charlie has got a new lease of life and most people cannot believe he is the same dog. The tumour is now giving him little visible signs of discomfort, the Demodex is history and he has adopted a boundless enthusiasm for life. However, some of the supplements which have been added to his food are organic coconut oil and Manuka honey which are very calorific. Now that Nutriment light is his food of choice (he scoffs it in no time) we are now managing to get his weight down too.
I must also add your customer service is second to none. I live in the Highlands of Scotland and have even experienced next day delivery on occasion. Can't wait until the day we can visit your factory and say thanks for assisting Charlie in his new life :-)
Nutriment products and staff, YOU ROCK!!!!!