What does your dog need to optimise its well-being?
Every canine requires different diets at different stages of life. Being omnivorous means they need a nutritionally balanced diet comprising protein, vegetables and carbohydrates to optimise their wellbeing. For instance, neutered dogs have different calorie requirements than unsterilised canines.
Chicken is a common protein used in commercial dog food. Some dogs may develop allergies after consuming the same source of protein over an extended period of time. As part of the nutritionally balanced meal program, GǑU will advise alternate protein sources.
TAKING THE GUESSWORK OUT OF PREPARING NUTRITIONALLY BALANCED MEALS FOR YOUR DOG
Figuring out the right combination of protein, carbohydrates and vegetables to boost your pet’s health is challenging. Adding insufficient or too large an amount of certain ingredients may jeopardise your dog’s well-being. GǑU simplifies this for you with the meals designed by their consultant.
Simply place your order online at www.gou.com.sg.
GǑU’s consultant will follow up your web order with a call to better understand your dog’s dietary requirements and health condition to put together a snapshot of its current health profile. Based on your dog’s breed, age, weight and activity level, GǑU will design a nutritionally balanced menu.
GǑU’s meals are freshly prepared, then vacuumed sealed into daily portions for your convenience. All items from GǑU’s Kitchen and Bakery are wheat and egg-free, and additional alternative meat sources such as mutton and veal are available upon request. GǑU will also follow up with a review to update your pet’s health profile to determine if any changes to the diet are required.
SIMPLE & CONVENIENT – FRIDGE. HEAT. SERVE.
It’s easy for your dog to enjoy customised nutritionally balanced meals. You can store the food for up to 10 days when properly refrigerated. Simply follow the Fridge. Heat. Serve. instructions. Cool slightly before feeding.
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