Pack shot of Burns Easter Egg-stravaganza
Treat Your Pooch To An Easter Egg-Stravaganza
13th March, 2023 14h40
Burns Pet Nutrition
This Easter, Burns Pet Nutrition is pleased to release Britain’s only egg-based wet food for dogs - Burns Easter Egg-stravaganza. This wet-food recipe is tail-waggingly tasty, complete and the paw-fect treat for this year’s Easter celebrations.
The leading healthy pet food company is encouraging dog owners to reward theirpooches with something that’s both delicious and nutritious. Scrumptiouslycomplete, this egg-based wet food is the paw-fect way to get your pooch involved this Easter, without causing any upset tummies.
Chocolate Easter eggs can be very bad for your pooches yet all too easy to sniff out around the house around this time of year. As such, Burns are introducing an egg-based wet food that allows your dog to join in the Easter celebrations by eating a vegetarian diet while enjoying the benefits of highly digestible egg protein.
In fact, this is Burns’ most gentle wet food recipe to date, it’s hypoallergenic, gluten-free and made using a single protein source, making it suitable for adult and senior dogs of any breed and sensitive dogs.
The ingredients – which also include carrots and brown rice – are responsibly sourced, and the tray and sleeve are also recyclable, so you are helping the planet too.
John Burns MBE, founder of Burns Pet Nutrition who developed the food, said: “We are thrilled to offer our Easter Egg-stravaganza product for those dogs who enjoy being part of the celebrations but don’t want a poorly stomach this Easter.
“Adults and senior dogs of any breed can enjoy the meal and not feel left out while everyone else tucks into food, a chunk of which the pets cannot have.”
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