Mutton is one of the most widely consumed meat options. But, when it comes to pets, mutton remains the ideal choice. It is also a nutritionally sound option due to the fact that it is lower in calories than pork/lamb/beef, lower in fat/cholesterol than chicken, and higher in iron content than beef.
Broccoli is high in fibre and vitamin C and low in fat. It is safe for dogs to eat, raw or cooked, if no seasonings are added.
Cauliflower is healthy for your dog to eat and is a good source of fibre, vitamins K, vitamin C, calcium, potassium, and folate
A rich source of protein, zinc, copper, thiamine, folate, selenium, iron, riboflavin, magnesium, potassium, manganese, pantothenic acid, niacin and dietary fibre.
Japanese rice is an easily digestible carbohydrate which makes it a good source of energy when your dog has an upset tummy or if you are feeding an older dog.