Why Barking Heads
With an ever increasing number of dog foods available the choice can sometimes be bewildering. Whether to feed dry, wet or a mix. What different ingredients are used, where they come from, how the food is produced and all of that is before you consider the right amounts to feed your dog.
At Barking Heads we have tried to make feeding your dog simple. All our products are packed with high quality protein, veg & herbs, and come in a range of flavours to suit any palate!
So whether you have a new puppy, a dog who has certain digestive needs, a dog who is slightly over weight or a dog who is growing old we have a product to suit their specific need and dietary requirements.
In fact we have everything you need for a happy, healthy dog! Check out our range today.
Freshly prepared chicken is a great source of protein for sensitive stomachs highly & highly palatable
Freshly prepared Beef is a great source of protein and is highly digestible & highly palatable
An ideal source of protein and a real box-ticker when it comes to shiny coats, clear skin and hip and joint care
A hypoallergenic protein packed full of lovely amino acids that promote good health and energy.
A high-quality protein that is highly digestible, nutritionally dense and exceptionally tasty
Duck is a tasty, digestible protein that reduces the production of plaque with Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids for a healthy, glossy coat
Great source of fatty acids & omega nutrients, intended to support heart health & cognitive function
A rich protein source that also helps to support good skin condition and smooth coats
Contains nutrients intended to encourage natural anti-inflammatory response
A very low GI food that's high in dietary fibre and low in fat, maintaining a healthy digestive tract
White rice is simply brown rice with the husks removed and is great for sensitive tummies and older dogs
Oats are multi-talented. They benefit organs, are a digestive aid and help keep cholesterol low
Tatties are a good source of simple carbohydrates and offer a quick energy burst before walkies
Sweet potato is rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients, as well as stabilising blood-sugar levels and lowering insulin resistance
Tomatoes are rich in vitamins A and C and a good source of the antioxidant lycopene
Carrots provide a good source of antioxidants and are high in Vitamin A and health-protecting phytochemicals
It's low in saturated fat and contains lovely essential fatty acids to keep your pets’ skin and coat moisturised and shiny
Extremely palatable and very rich in Omega 6, Omega 3 and DHA for brain development
Docosahexaenoic acid (we can't say it either) supports brain and eye development as well as learning ability
Rich in all sorts of vitamins (A, B1, B2 and C) and can help to control and prevent urinary tract infections
Methylsulfonylmethane is a big word but it promotes healing, can help to reduce inflammation and helps to better utilise nutrients
Glucosamine contains lovely things that hydrate and lubricate your pets’ joints and maintains good joint cartilage
|Barley||Barley is very easily digestible and provides a bucket-load of fibre as well as micronutrients like copper and selenium|
|Egg||Great source of protein, vitamins and minerals|
|Peas||A good source of carbohydrates and rich in dietary fibre which can help to control growth and weight|
|Lentils||Lentils are a source of protein and they are alkaline, meaning they don’t produce wind and they are excellent for sensitive tummies|
|Lucerne||Or ‘alfalfa’ is a fantastic source of iron, magnesium, vitamins A, C and E (as well as some Bs) and good quality fibre|
|Flours||We use thesame healthy human-grade flours in our doggie treats as the nation’s leading bread makers do!|
|Chondroitin||Reduces cartilage damage and swelling and enhances the production of new cartilage around the joints|
|Prebiotic FOS||Fructooligosaccharides maintain gastrointestinal health|
|Prebiotic MOS||Mannanoligosaccharides remove harmful bacteria, and boost immune systems|
|Taurine||Essential for heart muscle function, vision, reproduction and the formation of bile salts that help digestion|
|Vitamin A||Supports vision, appetite and care of the skin and coat and the natural beta-carotene contains antioxidants|
|Vitamin D3||Helps the intestine to absorb calcium to regulate blood levels and to promote strong teeth and healthy bones|
|Vitamin E||A biological antioxidant which aids reproduction and is important for the formation of red blood cells|
|Iron||Essentially iron, it helps to maintain a healthy level of red blood cells|
|Zinc||Zinc works together with Omega 3 and vitamins to maintain a healthy coat and healthy skin|
|Manganous||Manganese is important for the development of strong bones and enzyme activators and it enhances the immune system|
|Copper||Copper is beneficial for reproduction as well as maintaining normal coat pigmentation|
|Iodine||Iodine is necessary for the normal function of the thyroid gland and generating its hormones|
|Selenium||A trace mineral essential for a number of bodily processes including normal cell function and it also acts as an antioxidant|
NB: we hope these short explanations have come in handy. Some of the ingredients can sound a bit scary but remember… they are present in our recipes because they positively contribute to your lovely pets’ overall health and wellbeing, by providing them with a balanced and complete diet.