Our ingredients

We use only the very best, most wholesome natural ingredients, and we don’t hide behind jargon, what you see is what you get.

Here is a full run-down on everything that goes into our food. Read on to learn more about what goes into Symply, and why.

Dried Turkey

A delicious high quality protein source that is gentle on the stomach, nutrient rich and contains high levels of B-Vitamins and minerals. Turkey is also high in zinc which helps with the maintenance and repair of skin. Our turkey meat is sourced from Great Britain and is from non-caged and non-battery birds. The turkey we use does not contain any growth hormones.

Dried Lamb

A high quality, low allergy protein source that is easy to digest and is especially sympathetic to dogs with food intolerance . Lamb is high in zinc which helps with the maintenance and repair of skin. Our meadow-raised lamb meat is sourced from Great Britain.

Salmon / Dried Salmon

A highly digestible hypoallergenic protein source with a high Omega 3 content which is beneficial to good health. Our tasty salmon is sourced from the Scottish Highlands.

White Rice / Rice Flour

Rice is a highly digestible low allergy carbohydrate source that is gentle on the stomach. Provides a slow and steady release of energy.

Oats

An excellent soluble fibre source to help maintain a healthy digestive system.

Brown Rice / Rice Bran

A highly digestible low allergy carbohydrate and a good source of fibre that helps maintain a healthy digestive system.

Dried Egg

Dried egg is a high quality protein source. Eggs have the highest digestibility of all protein sources and are packed with a range of vitamins and minerals.

Sunflower Oil

Sunflower oil is an Omega-6 polyunsaturated fat source which is high in Linoleic Acid (Omega-6) for healthy skin and glossy coat.

Beet Pulp

Beet pulp is a good source of fibre, both soluble and insoluble which helps to maintain a healthy digestive system. Fibre is an important element in both dog and cat diets as it aids digestive motility and is beneficial for intestinal health.

Salmon Oil

Salmon oil is an excellent source of protein source with a high Omega 3 fatty acids and DHA . Salmon oil is more readily processed by the digestive system than other protein source with a high Omega 3 sources such as flaxseed.

Turkey Fat

Turkey fat is highly palatable and provides a good source of Linoleic Acid (Omega-6) - an essential fatty acid) required for healthy skin and coat.

Seaweed

Seaweed provides a natural and valuable source of minerals which contains iodine to supports thyroid function and control metabolism. Also known to help aid the digestive process.

Potato / Potato Protein / Potato Starch

Potatoes are a great provider of vitamin C, potassium and magnesium. Potato is a great alternative for dogs with rice allergies.

Dicalcium Phosphate

Added to the food to help balance the calcium and phosphorous levels in Symply Salmon & Potato dog food. A necessary addition as salmon doesn’t contain as much phosphorous as other protein sources.

Vegetable Fibre

A good source of insoluble fibre. This aids the passage of food through the digestive tract, improving intestinal health and stool consistency.

Glucosamine

Glucosamine Sulphate is added to assist the maintenance and regeneration of healthy cartilage in joints. Glucosamine is the building block for the production of new joint cartilage and is shown to help conditions such as arthritis and hip dysplasia.

Chondroitin

Chondroitin Sulphate is added to help neutralise naturally occurring destructive enzymes in joints and improve the quality of fluid in the joint (synovial fluid). These enzymes increase significantly when joints are damaged or worn but can be reduced using chondroitin sulphate and when used with glucosamine can help re-build damaged cartilage.

MSM

Methyl-sulphonyl-methane (MSM) helps reduce joint inflammation and is known for its pain reducing properties.

Mixed tocopherols

All Symply products are preserved with mixed tocopherols (vitamin E), a natural antioxidant which provides a longer shelf life.

Ash

Ash is not an ingredient as some people might believe! It is a measurement test that is carried out to determine the mineral content of the food and is required by law.

An incineration test is carried out with the resulting residue giving an indication of the mineral content of the product. The residue left over is known as ash and is expressed as a percentage on pet food labels. This ash is only a measurement and is not an ingredient that is added ie. Burnt ingredients are not added to our pet food.