Lily’s Kitchen introduces foods for older dogs

British pet food brand Lily’s Kitchen has developed a Senior Recipe range to specifically support older dogs throughout their golden years.

Aiming to provide independent stores with a unique offering for customers with older canine pals, the offer comprises two meals: the dry meal is made from freshly prepared sustainable salmon and trout and butcher-quality turkey while the wet variety is made using 60% freshly prepared turkey.

Created by vets and animal nutritionists, the new recipes are fortified with the glucosamine, chondroitin and green-lipped mussel to provide, it says, the highest level of joint care supplements of any dry food available.

The recipes are also filled with DHA and EPA from natural seaweed, prebiotics, omega-3 and omega-6, chelated minerals, vitamins and a special blend of 14 botanical blends designed to maintain an alert mind, support healthy joints, liver, bladder and kidneys as well as the digestive and immune systems.

Founder Henrietta Morrison, comments: “We know as dogs grow older, their needs change, and we believe it’s important that their diet changes to reflect this. That’s why we’ve introduced the Senior Recipe, which includes everything a more mature dog needs to keep fit and healthy.”