Lean, healthy and aromatic… the food of kings (and dogs)
There is a reason why pheasant has been found in canine bowls (and on aristocratic and royal tables) for hundreds of years: it is lean, healthy and aromatic.
Honey’s pheasant recipe uses wild pheasant, which makes it all the more nutritious. This is partly because wild pheasants get plenty of fresh air and exercise (they can run at up to 45 mph!) and partly because they live on a natural diet of seeds, grains, roots, berries, fresh green shoots and insects.
We buy our pheasant from English, Scottish and Welsh gamekeepers that we know and trust.
We make all our recipes by hand and in small batches using different cuts of meat each time. This helps to ensure greater variety. As a result, each batch may vary in terms of colour and consistency.
Our Working Dog Food Wild Pheasant formula with vegetables contains approximately two-thirds raw, wild pheasant (including bone and heart) and one-third fresh, seasonal vegetables. The vegetables are grown locally for Honey’s.
Our food is made using the freshest possible ingredients that would, if they weren’t becoming dog food, be completely suitable for human consumption. This is really important not just for ethical reasons, but also because high quality ingredients contain much higher nutritional values.
Our meat is all certified organic, free range or (for this recipe) wild.
Our food meets all the most vigorous nutritional guidelines as set out by the European Pet Food Industry Federation (FEDIAF), the Pet Food Manufacturers Association (PFMA) and the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO). We achieve this without adding any supplements.
Honey’s Working Dog Food has been specially formulated just for working dogs.
Out of Season Wild Pheasant (complete pet food for dogs). Composition: Minced whole wild pheasant including finely minced bone (67%). Minced carrot, cabbage, cauliflower, parsnip and other seasonal vegetables (33%). May contain shot. Analytical constituents. Moisture: 71.0%; Protein: 21.6%; Total Fat: 2.8%; Ash: 4.5%; Crude Fibre: 0.2%
Please note this recipe is made using wild meat and, therefore, may contain shot.