Puppy/Small Dog Traditional Mixer Meal (10kg)
Puppy/Small Dog Traditional Mixer Meal (10kg)
Puppy/Small Dog Traditional Mixer Meal (10kg)
Puppy/Small Dog Traditional Mixer Meal (10kg)

Puppy/Small Dog Traditional Mixer Meal (10kg)

£20.99

Made to the original 1936 Laughing Dog recipe, our crisp and crunchy oven-baked Puppy and Small Dog Mixer Meal for dogs can be fed alongside raw or fresh meat, tripe, cooked meat or our wet dog foods - our Laughing Dog Casseroles and Hotpots. Or you can simply mix with warm water to make a delicious and fluffy porridge for your four-legged friend! As our mixers are naturally oven baked, their unique baked texture helps to slow down fast eaters, and keeps teeth clean and breath fresh. Complementary pet food for dogs.

Weight

10kg

Quantity

£20.99

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Approx WeightQuantity of food per day
Toy dog 90-120g mixed with Laughing Dog Farm Kitchen wet food. Alternatively with fresh or canned meat.
Small dog 120-180g mixed with Laughing Dog Farm Kitchen wet food. Alternatively with fresh or canned meat.
Medium dog 180-285g mixed with Laughing Dog Farm Kitchen wet food. Alternatively with fresh or canned meat.
Large dog 285-560g mixed with Laughing Dog Farm Kitchen wet food. Alternatively with fresh or canned meat.

Suitable for puppies and small dogs from weaning. Puppies - initially feed 4 meals a day of mixer and progressively move down to 2 meals a day as the puppy gets older. Mix each of these meal with Laughing Dog Farm Kitchen wet food. Alternatively mix with fresh or canned meat. Lactating bitches may require up to four times as much as their normal intake.

This guide is approximate and should be adjusted according to the activity level of your dog. When introducing Laughing Dog, do so gradually over a period of 7 days, increasing the proportion of Laughing Dog daily. If you are feeding a raw diet or wet food which is not a Laughing Dog product, please seek advice from your vet or a veterinary approved nutritionist to ensure you are feeding a complete and balanced meal.

Fresh drinking water should always be available for your dog. Made in a pet food bakery handling other cereals. Store in a cool, dry place.

What does Wheat Free mean?

Wheat is just one of a number of different cereals. The most common cereals include maize, barley, oats and wheat. A wheat free mixer means that it may contain other cereals, but does not contain any added wheat (or wheat gluten). Our Wonderfully Wheat Free mixer contains barley, oats and maize which have low GI (glycemic index) values which mean they can help to stabilise blood sugar levels and as a result give that fuller for longer feeling. Importantly, neither barley, maize nor oats contain any wheat gluten, which can often be the common cause of allergies in dogs.

What does Grain Free mean? What does Cereal free mean?

Grain free means that the product contains no added grains (also known as cereals) – therefore it does not contain any cereals such as barley, wheat, maize, rice or oats. Our Gloriously Grain Free baked mixer uses potato and sweet potato as a base, which is an easily digestible source of slow release energy and contains no gluten. It is perfect for dogs with sensitive tummies, dogs that have adverse reactions to cereals and a specific need to avoid grains, or simply if you would just prefer to feed your dog a grain free diet.

What does Gluten Free mean?

Gluten is a family of proteins found in grains. Gluten can be found in grains like wheat, oats, barley, rye, spelt and products of these grains, for example, malt. Therefore our Gloriously Grain Free Mixer is naturally free of gluten.

We understand that the differences between wheat free, grain free and gluten free dog food can be a complex area - if you would like any advice or further information, our nutritionists are on hand to help. Simply call us on our freephone number 0800 0988057 and we would be happy to help!

Do your recipes contain sugar?

Absolutely not! There is no added sugar in our completes, treats or mixer meals.   

Do your recipes contain salt?

The only salt you will find in our dog food is what is naturally contained within our raw ingredients. We do not add any salt to our recipes.  

Do I need to add water to your baked mixer meals? 

You don't need to add water to our mixer meals (the crunchy biscuit has lots of benefits for your dog), but if your dog prefers this then go ahead! In fact, by mixing water into the biscuit you create a very tasty porridge - it's a perfect start to any morning, and also ideal if your dog has no teeth.

There's dust at the bottom of my bag - why is it there?

Just like when you come to the bottom of a cereal packet where you often find a layer of dust like crumbs covering the bottom of the bag, it is normal to find crumbs at the bottom of the bags of our natually oven-baked completes and mixer meals. Why is this you might ask? Our range of baked biscuits have a uniquely crisp and crunchy texture because of the baking process (just like when you bake biscuits at home), which means that when they get jiffled around the wibbly wobbly edges knock about and little crumbs fall off and end up of the bottom of the bag. Don't worry though, you can still use these up. Just pop a little warm water on them and mix into a gravy to pour over your dog's food.

Should I buy a complete dog food instead of feed biscuit (mixer) and meat?

When purchasing a complete dog food, not only is it convenient but you can be sure that your dog is getting all of the nutritional requirements it needs in terms of protein, fat, carbohydrate and fibre levels as well as essential vitamins and minerals (just like us when we eat; we need a balanced diet). Sometimes, unless you know you have all of the additional components, just feeding meat and biscuit mixer can lead to an unbalanced diet for your dog. On our mixer meals, you will find our nutritionist's feed guidelines which provide advice for quantities of mixer to be fed with Laughing Dog's wet food  (please keep in mind though that the feeding guidelines on the mixers are only approximate guidelines - requirements can vary according to the age, breed and size of your dog). Depending on what type of wet food you are feeding (e.g. if you are feeding your dog raw meat, tripe, cooked meat) your vet or veterinary approved nutritionist will be able to advise further as to the correct quantities of mixer for your dog's diet. 

Our range of baked mixer meals provide the perfect accompaniment to our grain free wet complete dog foods or alternative types of wet food you choose to feed.

We advise mixer with meat because it is a complementary food rather than a complete kibble.  This is to give additional texture to the food and also additional carbohydrate especially if a dog is active. 

Please be advised that we can only provide a guideline on how much wet food and mixer to feed when you are feeding Laughing Dog (wet and dry) recipes only. This is because we know what the exact composition of these recipes. 

Our mixers are a complementary pet food only. 

My dog suffers from epilepsy, can it eat any of your baked dog food?

Our Traditional Mixer Meal has been endorsed by the Canine Epilepsy Support Group and is the perfect addition to your dog's mealtimes.

Why are Laughing Dog's mixer meals baked?

Baking is a slower method of making dog food but since 1936 we have always ensured that we have a baked range of dog food as baking is known to be gentler on tummies and helps to protect the natural goodness of the wholesome ingredients we grow and source from our family farm. By oven baking our food the golden kibbles come out of the oven with a delicious baked aroma and taste. Most importantly though, our gentle baking process creates really crisp and crunchy biscuits, which help to slow down fast eaters (great for sensitive tummies!), as well as helping to keep teeth clean and breath fresh.

I feed a raw diet (BARF diet). Are your mixer meals suitable for raw feeding?

Feeding a raw diet means providing a diet of raw food for dogs made up of raw meat, offal and raw bone, along with other ingredients such as fruit, vegetables, oils, nuts and seeds. The Pet Food Manufacturer's Association (PFMA) provide some very important guidance regarding the safe feeding of raw for dogs. If you are feeding raw and would like to provide some added crunch, our mixer meals are the perfect accompaniment to raw diets. Naturally oven-baked, there are no added artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. We provide our traditional 1936 recipe which is 100% British wheat, as well as our wheat free and grain free ranges. Slowly baked to be gentler on digestion, the mixer meal biscuits are extra crunchy and crispy, which means they also help to keep teeth clean and breath fresh too.

Our mixers are a complementary pet food only. We advise mixer with meat because it is a complementary food rather than a complete kibble.  This is to give additional texture to the food and also additional carbohydrate especially if a dog is active. 

If you are feeding a raw diet, please seek advice from your vet or a veterinary approved nutritionist to ensure you are feeding a complete and balanced meal. Every dog is individual and they will be able to advise on the correct amount of raw and mixer to ensure your dog is eating a complete and balanced meal.

How do I know if my dog will like it? I don’t want to buy a bag and find they don’t.

Should you wish to try a free sample of any of our Laughing Dog complete baked dog foods before purchasing, just pop us an email to [email protected] and we will pop one in the post for your four-legged friend to try.

How do I change my dog onto Laughing Dog food?

Here at Laughing Dog we recommend gradually moving your dog over from what you currently feed to one of our recipes. Some dogs are more tolerant to change than others but as a guideline we would recommend that you start to mix in a small amount of Laughing Dog with your dog’s current food, then gradually increase it over the course of a week until you are feeding it 100% Laughing Dog.

How much food should I feed my dog?

All of our wheat free and grain free dog food comes with an on pack feeding guideline which takes into consideration the size of your dog. Feeding requirements can vary due to age, breed and lifestyle of your dog, so please keep in mind that this information is simply to use as a guideline. You can also find this information on each of our product pages under the ‘feed guide’ tab. If you have any questions, please contact us on 0800 0988057 and our nutritionists will be happy to advise.

Why are Laughing Dog's oven baked mixer meals good for teeth?

Our Laughing Dog oven-baked dog food range is baked slowly to form a crunchy and crisp kibble. As a result, dogs have to take more time to crunch its crispy form which not only slows them down when they are eating but also helps produce a scouring action to help keep the teeth and gums clean and healthy.

If you have any dietary concerns about your dog or are worried it may have an allergy or sensitivity/intolerance, always talk to your vet for advice.

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