Single Protein Beef
MUSH SINGLE PROTEIN BEEF is a boneless complete food with only one protein source for dogs.
The raw-frozen complete food series MUSH SINGLE PROTEIN has been developed for you who want to give your dog species-appropriate food and feel confident that the dog is getting everything it needs. Since the food is boneless and contains only one protein source, it is also suitable for dogs with sensitive stomachs or allergies.
Nutritious food with unprocessed, natural ingredients. Easy to use – portion, thaw and serve.
Beef 96% (meat, tripe, lung, heart, liver, kidney, cartilage)
Other 4% : linseed, apple, calcium powder, algae lime, carrot, malt powder, sea buckthorn, seaweed, pumpkin seeds, brewer’s yeast, nettle, milk thistle, birch leaves, dandelion, broccoli
MUSH is both easy and safe to use. All you have to do is thaw and serve. We recommend that you thaw MUSH in the refrigerator in a box with a tight-fitting lid. If you thaw at room temperature, the product should be used within 12 hours. The products must not be thawed in the microwave: when the bones are heated, they become hard and sharp and can harm your dog.
Dog food, use only as pet food. Keep frozen until required. Defrost away from human food. Wash your hands and clean utensils and surfaces that the product has been in contact with. Feed 2-5% of the dog´s weight/day. Always keep fresh water available.
Keep the product away from other foods. Store below -18 °C.
The product lasts 18 months from the date of manufacture.
The dog’s weight
Normally active adult dog
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Most of our beef come from Finnish family farms via our parent company Snellman’s meat procession centre which is located only a few kilometres away from the MUSH plant. Fresh ingredients are delivered to our factory every day from Snellman.
Snellman meets the high standards set by the Finnish Food Authorities for businesses in the areas of processing food products of animal origin and ensures that the high standards in the animal welfare program are complied with. Farms are visited by veterinary and advisory teams several times a year to ensure that these standards are always met.
Did you know?
- Finnish beef production is one of the most low-carbon in the world. The amount of water required by Finnish beef production is half the global average.
- Finland’s statutory national salmonella control programme ensures that the incidence of salmonella is monitored right from the primary production farm (From Farm to Fork). Consequently, home-reared meat does not contain salmonella bacteria, which is a significant issue in terms of public health.
- Finnish cattle are not fed soya. Rape or turnip-rape are used as cattle protein feeds, as well as frequent food industry by-products like brewers’ grain and distillers’ dried grain.