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Christmas Banquet Gift Box for Dogs


A wonderful box of Christmas delights, including a beautiful ceramic bowl and a festive candy cane rope toy.

Price: £50.00
 
 
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Our Christmas Banquet Gift Box for Dogs is a wonderfully generous selection of our very best natural, wholesome recipes and treats for you to serve up this winter. There’s also our specially created seasonal recipe, Christmas Three Bird Feast, filled with real, fresh turkey, goose and duck, and Christmas crackers filled with tempting treats, all laced with festive spice. And what’s a Christmas feast without the matching table settings? We’ve also included a jolly red and white dog bowl to serve up all this goodness in.

For the big day itself, your darling dog can unwrap their new favourite rope toy before tucking into Christmas dinner and then settling down for some cosy fireside tales…

This Christmas Gift set contains:

1 x Candy Cane rope toy from Jax & Bones

1 x 18cm polka dot ceramic dog bowl from Mason Cash

4 x Christmas Three Bird Feast 400g tins

2 x Christmas Cracker Treats 100g

2 x Wild Campfire Stew 400g tins

2 x Venison & Wild Boar Terrine 400g tins

1 x Organic Bedtime Biscuits 150g

1 x Truly Naturals Mini Venison Sausages 60g

All wrapped up in a jolly, red Christmas gift box tied with green ribbon.

Please see individual recipes for details.

Please see individual recipes for details.

Dog Dry Only Wet + Dry Wet Only Wet Only
Weight (kg) Grams / day Grams / day Trays / day Tins / day
Alternate Text 30 to 100 For every 100g of Wet reduce Dry by 30g 0.5 to 2 0.25 to 0.5
Alternate Text 100 to 220 2 to 3 0.5 to 2
Alternate Text 220 to 330 3 to 4 2 to 3
Alternate Text 330 to 420 4 to 8 3 to 4

Requirements depend on the amount of exercise, age, breed, environmental factors, neutered status and individual variation. The chart can be used as a general guide, together with good sense and experience.For overweight dogs, daily amounts should be based on target weight not actual weight.

Our Christmas Banquet Gift Box for Dogs is a wonderfully generous selection of our very best natural, wholesome recipes and treats for you to serve up this winter. There’s also our specially created seasonal recipe, Christmas Three Bird Feast, filled with real, fresh turkey, goose and duck, and Christmas crackers filled with tempting treats, all laced with festive spice. And what’s a Christmas feast without the matching table settings? We’ve also included a jolly red and white dog bowl to serve up all this goodness in.

For the big day itself, your darling dog can unwrap their new favourite rope toy before tucking into Christmas dinner and then settling down for some cosy fireside tales…

This Christmas Gift set contains:

1 x Candy Cane rope toy from Jax & Bones

1 x 18cm polka dot ceramic dog bowl from Mason Cash

4 x Christmas Three Bird Feast 400g tins

2 x Christmas Cracker Treats 100g

2 x Wild Campfire Stew 400g tins

2 x Venison & Wild Boar Terrine 400g tins

1 x Organic Bedtime Biscuits 150g

1 x Truly Naturals Mini Venison Sausages 60g

All wrapped up in a jolly, red Christmas gift box tied with green ribbon.

Please see individual recipes for details.

Please see individual recipes for details.

Dog Dry Only Wet + Dry Wet Only Wet Only
Weight (kg) Grams / day Grams / day Trays / day Tins / day
Alternate Text 30 to 100 For every 100g of Wet reduce Dry by 30g 0.5 to 2 0.25 to 0.5
Alternate Text 100 to 220 2 to 3 0.5 to 2
Alternate Text 220 to 330 3 to 4 2 to 3
Alternate Text 330 to 420 4 to 8 3 to 4

Requirements depend on the amount of exercise, age, breed, environmental factors, neutered status and individual variation. The chart can be used as a general guide, together with good sense and experience.For overweight dogs, daily amounts should be based on target weight not actual weight.