Adult English Springer Spaniel: 44-55 lbs. (20-25 kg)
The English Springer Spaniel is an active breed and requires ample protein, especially when they're growing or when their physical activity level is high. A balanced diet is necessary to keep your Springer Spaniel comfortable, and at a healthy weight. The #1 ingredient in all Kabo fresh dog food recipes is high-quality, human-grade, real meat. Each recipe is highly digestible due to the gentle cooking process, in a human grade kitchen- a real bonus for English Springer Spaniels with digestive issues with dry food.
If your Springer Spaniel suffers from allergic reactions to common ingredients, consider trying the Hypoallergenic Salmon recipe, made with actual salmon filets. If your Springer requires grain-free dog food, our Savoury Beef recipe makes a delicious choice.
Carbohydrates serve as a great source of energy and fiber for your English Springer Spaniel, if they are the right ones. Like everything else in Kabo fresh foods, the carbs included in Kabo recipes are from human-grade whole sources. We use chickpeas, sweet potato, russet potato, rice or squash, depending upon the recipe. We don’t add any fillers, like wheat or corn, to our recipes unlike many commercial dog foods- including some premium or ultra premium brands!
Our recipes are formulated by in-house animal nutritionists to provide balanced diets that are loved by dogs. For dietary fiber Kabo uses Canadian fruits and vegetables such as red apples, carrots, kale, spinach and green beans. This adds more than just fiber, but important vitamins, and minerals such as folic acid, potassium, vitamin A, C and K, that your Springer Spaniel needs.
English Springer Spaniels sometimes have very sensitive stomachs. Bloating and inflammation may occur quite easily in some pups. For this, the Savoury Chicken recipe is a good first choice to try, as it's meant to calm turbulent tummies.
Like humans, fats are essential for English Springer Spaniels and are a part of their balanced diet. The right types of fat, in the correct amounts, are essential for your dog. Springer Spaniels sometimes face skin problems that become worse due to environmental or food allergies, especially when they lick their coat and scratch. When the required amount of Omega fatty acids are included in your Springer Spaniel’s diet, it will help promote healthy skin, an attractive coat, proper immune function, joint health, and cardiovascular health.
The fats in our recipes contain a careful balance of naturally occurring fats from the use of lean, high-quality meats, supplemented with human-grade fish and sunflower oil. This provides both Omega-6 fatty acids and Omega-3 fatty acids. As a bonus, there is no need for pricey supplements!
Amazing customer service and the good is top notch. Well packed both the food and delivery method. Our Springer is now excited about his food and no more tummy issues.
— Dianne M.
Super responsive company and their food is great! They have so many choices I can alternate with. My picky pup loves their food too!