MASTERS COMPLETE COUNTRY DOG (15kg) is an extruded, maintenance diet for adult dogs and dogs in light work. It supplies all the nutrients essential for your dog’s health and vitality in one natural and satisfying meal and does not require the addition of any extra meat or biscuits.
COMPLETE COUNTRY DOG contains meat & marrowbone and top quality chicken, (no vegetable derived proteins or by-products are added) and is fortified with a full complement of vitamins & minerals. Linseed oil is added to give your dog a beautiful, glossy coat and help supply optimum levels of Omega 3 & Omega 6 fatty acids.
The extruded nugget is basted in chicken juices for your dog’s enjoyment. Because the digestibility of MASTERS COUNTRY DOG is high, it results in a smaller volume of firm stools.
The amount of food a dog requires can depend on a number of factors, including age, breed, sex, activity and time of year.
2 – 10 kg
10 – 20 kg
20 – 30 kg
30 – 45 kg
75 – 175 g
175 – 300 g
300 – 400 g
400 – 545 g
Add warm water and feed immediately. Alternatively, COMPLETE COUNTRY DOG may be fed either soaked or dry.
Drinking water should always be available
It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of Masters Dog Foods founder, Peter Masters. His experience, passion and expertise has been the driving force behind Masters Dog Foods since 1988.
Peter has long been a well-respected member of the working dog community, having had a successful competition career in field trials and later becoming a Kennel Club appointed judge. Many of you will have known Peter, benefitted from his knowledge and understand the time, care and attention he gave to your dogs to help them reach their full potential.
At this incredibly difficult time, we offer our deepest sympathies to Peter’s family.
From our November sales, Masters has donated £2,000 to the family's chosen charity, Cancer Research UK. Thank you to all of our customers support to make this donation a possibility.
If you would like to make a separate donation in Peter’s memory, then please follow the link here to Cancer Research UK.