*Grainfree* Chicken & Squash Good Dog Grub 1kg



Our improved formula for Chicken and Squash formula is high in protein and fiber but low in fat. This is a great rotational diet option too when combined with our other variants. This is a low calorie but high protein and fiber meal!

The bitter gourd in this variant may help reduce blood sugar levels of dogs over time and is used by many holistic veterinarians in maintenance of dog diabetes with no known side effects. And okra too which has both blood sugar regulating properties and anti-cancer too. Fish oil and flaxseed oil are there for the omega 3’s which are both anti-inflammatory and is beneficial to their skin and coat.

Of course, because of our signature Whole Pet Kitchen touch: our dog food is made with virgin coconut oil as a source of fat and turmeric and moringa oleifera leaves for their anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties.

Our food is slowly cooked and frozen, made in small batches with the proper balance of supplements for superior nutrition.

Our meals have absolutely ZERO preservatives, fillers, feed-grade ingredients, artificial colors & flavors!

Always consult your veterinarian when switching dog food!

Ingredients: chicken, squash, banana, bitter gourd, eggs, carrot, chayote, sardinella, sweet potato, green beans, moringa oleifera, okra, virgin coconut oil, turmeric, taurine, fish oil, multivitamins and minerals, icelandic kelp, flaxseed oil, black pepper

Are you a fan of our old Chicken and Squash? Check out the new ingredients in our new formula: fish oil, icelandic kelp and flaxseed oil.

This food is High protein, Low Fat, High Fibre

Guaranteed Analysis:


As fed %

DM (%)

Total Calories Cal/100g


Crude Protein

7 min

43 % min

Crude Fat

2 min

10 % min


84 % max

Crude Fiber

4 % max

19 % max


0.9 % max


How much to feed per day:

  • TOY (1 – 3kg) 164 – 373 g
  • SMALL (4-9kg) 463 – 850 g
  • MEDIUM (10-22kg) 920 – 1662 g
  • LARGE (23-40kg) 1719 – 2604 g
  • XLARGE (41 kg) 2651 g up

These recommendations must be adjust based on your dog’s activities and age. Senior dogs and overweight dogs should eat less than the recommendations above.

Switching to Good Dog Grub is easy! (may take longer for sensitive dogs)


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How much of this food should I feed my dog?

These amounts are a great start off point for your dog based on the RER (Resting Energy Requirements), their weight, their activity level and neutered status. These are just start off points, as first time feeders, you have to see within a week if your dog has lost or has gained weight and go from there. Sometimes, some dogs can vary as much as 50% on these start off values, these are really meant as a guide.

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