Far too many pets are suffering from diet related issues such as upset tummies, itching, scratching and sensitive skin.
Our mission, as it has been from the very start of our journey, is to make healthy food choices for pets easy and accessible.
DITCH THE BROWN BISCUITS
AND JOIN THE PURE REVOLUTION!
“Martha my little ShihTzu loves this xx. No more runny poos!!”
"I tried my two Siamese boys on your Pure cat food and they both absolutely loved it! One of them is particularly fussy and it's a bit hit and miss with him, but he licked the bowl clean. I'm not a fan of feeding cats too much kibble and I've...
“I have a fussy cat with a very bad skin condition, as in, he pulls his fur out for no reason in big chunks. The only thing that seemed to help after various food eliminations was steroids. My little old man is a rescue and is thirteen years old and...
“My 2 dogs have really sensitive tummies and I have tried a variety of different foods, this is the first one that has suited them and they love it, which is an added bonus plus it has saved me a fortune on prescription diets that still didn’t suit them completely....
“Bella has several food intolerances and itchy skin. She began to refuse her raw diet- so we found Pure and all is well in the world again! Thank you!” Andrew and Bella
Apples are a suprisingly good source of fibre which is great for digestion. They also contain phytonutrients such as quercetin and catechin which are strong antioxidants.
Boasting richness in antioxidants, glucosinolates, Vitamin A & D
Carrots contain more carotene than can be found in any other vegetable. Carotene is converted into vitamin A which provides important antioxidant benefits and a great source of photonutrients.
The fresh chicken and liver packed into a portion of Pure food provides an excellent source of the B vitamin niacin and contains selenium which promotes antioxidant defence.
As well as being a fantastic source of vitamin B3, duck is rich in Iron and vitamin B6.>
As well as being a highly digestable source of protein as amino acids, eggs are a brilliant source of choline which is particularly important for proper brain function and health.
In addition to conventional antioxidant nutrients like vitamin C and beta-carotene, green beans contain important amounts of the antioxidant mineral manganese.
A great source of Vitamin C, parsnip also contains many poly-acetylene anti-oxidants such as falcarinol, falcarindiol, panaxydiol, and methyl-falcarindiol, as well as being an excellent source of dietary fibre
Potato is an exceptionally healthy low calorie, high fibre food which is a fantastic source of vitamin B6, vitamin C, copper, potassium and manganese