Nutrix Fish & Potato Grain & Cereal Free Nutritional Information

Hypoallergenic Fish & Potato With Allergy-x - Cereal & Grain Free Dog Food

Hypoallergenic Super Premium Dog Food. Human Grade A Salmon & Trout - Good For Dogs With EPI

Analytical Constitutents


Crude Protein


Crude Oils and Fats


Crude Fibres


Crude Ash*







338 kCal/100g

Omega 6


Omega 3






Feeding Guidelines

Weight of Dog (Kg)

Grams per day

1 – 5kg

35 – 110

5 – 20kg

110 – 300

20 – 30kg

300 – 410

30kg +

410 +

Figures are Grams per day. Based on the NRC recommendations for active dogs.

Please note quality dog food means quality ingredients, therefore you may notice that not as much is required as some other dog foods as they may contain a large proportion of fillers. Less fillers means less stools, less stools means a cleaner garden and less mess to pick up. Plus your Nutrix dog food will go further than these other 15kg bags.

Here at Nutrix, we believe that you should know exactly what you are feeding your dog. This information page should help you decide whether our Hypoallergenic Super Premium Dog Food, with Human Grade A Fish and Potato With Allergy-X is right for your dog.

Quality Ingredients include:

(Total fish content 44%)

Salmon (min 18%)- Human grade - sourced from the Scottish Highlands, high in omega-3 and is a highly digestible and palatable protein source.

Salmon meal (Min 8%) - A highly digestiable source of protein.

Fish meal (Min 8%) - Amino acid rich and boosts muscle growth - a highly digestiable source of protein.

Trout (Min 8%) - Contains Omega 3 oils which are good for your dogs heart. Also a good source of potassium, phosphorus and selenium - all good for circulatory problems.

Salmon oil - Contains essential fatty acids, good for heart, joints ... (see below)

Salmon gravy (Min 1.65%)- Used to make it even more yummy!

Potato (Min 18%) - A good source of vitamin C, B6 and potassium which are good for immunity, Potato is also very digestible and serves well as an alternative carbohydrate

Sweet Potato (Min 18%) - Has a reputation as a top dog antioxidant and immune booster due to its high vitamin A and C contents. Also has B5 and B6, as well as containing potassium and manganese.

Peas (Min 7%) - Good source of vitamin K1, folic acid and vitamin B6

Beet pulp - Fibre source; helps avoid constipation and aids the absorption of nutrients while also being a good source of friendly bacteria

Lucerne (Alfalfa) - A high protein extract also containing antioxidants and fibre

Sunflower oil - Contains more vitamin E than any other oil which helps to lower cholesterol which is good for your dogs heart.

Allergy-X (Min 0.3%)- A natural blend of non-GM herbs used to help control allergies, approved by the Soil Association - helps alleviate itching, hair loss, mucky ears and many more allergenic symptoms.

Nutritional Additives per KG

Vitamins & Minerals: E672/Vitamin A 15,000 IU, E671/Vitamin D3 2,250 IU; Biotin 150mcg

Trace Elements: E1/Iron 50mg, 3b201/Iodine 1 mg, E4/Copper 15 mg, E5/Manganese 35mg, E6/Zinc 50 mg, E8/Selenium 0.3 mg

Please ensure a bowl of fresh water is always available

Store in a cool dry place

A Note about our Fresh fish and fish Oils used in this Hypoallergenic Recipe

The fresh fish used in this recipe (min 44%) is all sourced from the UK. The fish in these recipes are fully traceable and derived entirely from fish good enough for human consumption which is also acceptable to the stringent control measures as imposed by the UK supermarket chains. Salmon oil is included in this hypoallergenic recipe to give energy and to aid the transport of the fat-soluble vitamins. This salmon oil contains omega-3 fatty acids which may prevent or reduce the chance of developing heart disease and it can also help to reduce high blood pressure. Omega-3 oils are also especially known for their benefits in helping kidney disorders, inflammatory bowel syndrome and autoimmune disease because of its natural anti-inflammatory properties.

*Ash is not added as an ingredient in our recipes. By burning a sample of the food you're left with the inorganic residue which helps to measure the recipe's mineral content. For those in the know, a well formulated pet food should contain a moderate ash level reflecting sufficient mineral content. Our ash levels are moderate.