Natural food

Duck has drawn on the lessons learnt from nature to develop a production process as natural as possible at a production site.

The result is food composed of fresh and natural ingredients for dogs in better health.


Fresh, natural ingredients processed naturally

Ingredients processed unheated 

To preserve the vitamins and enzymes and avoid saturating the fats, all foods, except cereals that have germinated first, are treated unheated.

Then, the freezing process favoured by Duck makes it possible to avoid:

  • astronomical quantities of vitamins to prevent fats from becoming rancid,
  • taste enhancers,
  • colouring agents,
  • synthetic thickeners.

Virtual disappearance of digestive problems

Duck provides always the same quality and same proportions of carbohydrates and raw fibres for each product.  As a result, digestive problems are virtually excluded.

Natural meat juices and digestion  
The natural meat juices in Duck offer two major advantages, namely they:

  • provide the most digestible iron;
  • make the intake of huge quantities of water superfluous.

The latter point is important, because drinking too much dilutes the gastric acid, and this does not benefit digestion.

Perfect balance in amino acids

Fats and proteins come from fresh chicken, beef and lamb meat. Duck therefore needs a little protein to obtain a perfect balance in amino acids.

Puppy or adult dog:  the ideal balance in amino acids 

Ten amino acids are essential for the adult dog. A young dog needs more Arginine and Histidine, or 12 amino acids during its growing phase.

In nature and in natural dog food, this is not a problem, because fresh meat contains all the amino acids in the right proportion.  At least, if there is a good balance between muscle meat and organs, as in Duck.

The amino acids will also be kept intact in non-heated processed foods, as is the case with Duck unlike dry food for dogs.

Fats from poultry provide more unsaturated essential fatty acids.  We complete these with sunflower oil and wheat germ.


Designed with the dog’s health and well-being in mind, Duck boasts numerous advantages for master and dog alike.


Complete food
Handy packaging
One food for all your dogs
Meat from animals approved for human consumption
No preservatives or colouring agents
Nutritional table
Age of dog: 0-6 months 6-12 months as of 12 months
Weight of dog Recommended daily intake
1 kg 120 g 75 g 50 g
5 kg 390 g 265 g 175 g
10 kg 640 g 360 g 240 g
20 kg 900 g 600 g 400 g
30 kg 1200 g 900 g 600 g

Adult dog

Medium-sized and large dogs should be served 2% of their ideal body weight per day, spread over two meals. Small dogs can receive 3% to 5% of their ideal body weight per day, spread over two meals.

Puppies up to 6 months

The puppy of a large breed should be served 4% to 5% of their current body weight per day. Puppies of small to medium-sized breeds should be served 6% to 10% of their current body weight per day. For puppies it’s best to spread the portions over 4 to 5 meals per day.

Young dogs aged 6 months to 1 year

Your dog’s nutritional needs decrease after they are 6 months old. Ask your vet about your dog’s ideal body weight then calculate its nutritional needs once it is an adult. Gradually reduce the portions so that you reach an adult portion within 6 months. Spread the portion over 3 meals per day.

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