Complete Dry Dog Food With Salmon

Wolfsblut is the right choice for your dog:

  • All natural ingredients
  • The main ingredient is human-grade fish.
  • Sustainable Fishing Practices
  • Inspired by wolves and nutritionally balanced by vets & scientists.
  • Added superfood
  • Suitable for allergy prone dogs
  • Detailed feeding guides on all products
  • German pet owners consistently say it’s the best & they expect the highest quality.

Overview

  • The primary ingredient in this all-natural recipe is human-grade salmon from sustainable fishing practices.
  • Additional ingredients are all selected for their beneficial impact on your dog’s long-term health and happiness.
  • Natural vitamins from marine plants and lingonberries.
  • A bespoke superfood complex of wild plants: stinging nettle, dandelion and Yucca Schidigera.
  • With gluten-free brown rice, a source of vitamins, minerals and dietary fibre.
  • Free from main allergenic grains; wheat, maize, millet, rye, oats and barley.
  • Free from gluten, added sugar, soya, flavour enhancers, artificial colours and preservatives.
  • Also suitable for allergy sufferers and allergy-prone dogs.
  • A popular flavour that your dog’s inner wolf will love.

The ALASKA SALMON recipe combines a wolf’s natural diet with the latest scientific findings about correct dog nutrition.

The main source of food for wolves, from which our canine companions are descended, is of course meat and fish. But wolves also consume fruit, herbs and vegetables either by foraging, or via the contents of their prey’s stomach. This is how wolves get the vitamins, minerals, trace elements, enzymes and secondary plant compounds they need.

However, the composition of ALASKA SALMON dry food goes a step further. Together with vets and food scientists, each individual ingredient has been compiled according to the type and quantity needed, so you can be confident that ALASKA SALMON is in line with the latest knowledge about the dietary requirements of dogs. This makes ALASKA SALMON dog food unique.

Learn more about the superfoods we include, such as Yucca schidigera, Jerusalem artichoke, and natural probiotics and prebiotics.

  • MOS (Mannan-oligosaccharide) is a source of dietary fibre. A scientific study conducted in 2002 demonstrated that MOS promotes the development in mammals of the probiotic bacterium Lactobacillus acidophilus, which improves digestion and strengthens the immune system (1).
  • FOS (Fructooligosaccharide) is a source of prebiotic fibre. A scientific study conducted in 2010 demonstrated that FOS promotes the development of health-promoting lactobacteria and bifidobacteria in the intestines of mammals. These keep the intestinal flora in equilibrium and are considered natural opponents of coliform bacteria (2).
  • Yucca schidigera belongs to the Asparagaceae family and thrives in places such as Mexico and the Mojave Desert. Several scientific studies have demonstrated that Yucca schidigera both significantly reduces flatulence and markedly improves faecal aroma (3). Another study, conducted in 2004 at the University of Salerno (Italy), concluded that reservatrol and yuccaol C, two substances found in the yucca plant, help the body to counteract harmful stimuli (4).

Salmon

  • Has a high proportion of omega-3 fatty acids.
  • Naturally enriched with vitamin B6, protein, iron, magnesium and potassium.
  • We only use salmon that comes from fisheries that follow sustainable fishing practices and environmentally friendly methods of catching fish.

ALASKA SALMON combines the ancestral diet with the needs of your dog today, allowing it to enjoy natural and appropriate nutrition every single day. All of the ingredients in this unique recipe serve to maintain the health of your dog. That’s why Wolfsblut is Germany’s most popular dog food brand.

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*2 Moyo B, Masika, PJ, Muchenje V (2012). Antimicrobial activities of Moringa oleifera Lam leaf extracts. African Journal of Biotechnology 11(11): 2797-2802.

*3 Peixoto JRO, Silva GC, Costa RA, Lira de Sousa Fontenelle J, Vieira GHF, Fonteles Filho AA, Silva RH, Vieira F (2011). In vitro antibacterial effect of aqueous and ethanolic Moringa leaf extracts. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine, 2011, 4 (3): 201-204.

*4 Sumitha J, Chairman K, Padmalatha C, Ranjit Singh AJA (2015): Antibacterial Efficacy of Moringa oleifera and Tabernaemontana divaricata Flower Extracts on Occular Pathogens. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences 2015, 4 (5): 203-216.

*5 www.zv.uni-leipzig.de/service/presse/nachrichten.html?ifab_modus=detail&ifab_id=2280

*6 www.pr.uni-freiburg.de/pm/2012/pm.2012-07-02.167