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This Coronation Chicken Dish for Dogs is Fit for a King!

This Coronation Chicken Dish for Dogs is Fit for a King!

Looking to get the whole family involved in the King’s upcoming coronation on May 6th? Well if you’ve been worried about your beloved pooch missing out on the fun, they too can now enjoy their own special coronation feast too!

Especially created to mark the Kings’ Coronation, Hug – the UK’s first premium ready meals dogs – has created a delicious, limited-edition Coronation Chicken dish for dogs.

To ensure dogs across the nation can celebrate in true royal style on this momentous occasion, the naturally balanced special recipe is made with British chicken and outdoor reared pork, sprinkled with delicious, dried apricots – an essential ingredient for the traditional Coronation Chicken recipe.

Coronation Chicken Dish for Dogs

Available online from 24th April (available for the month of May), this limited-edition recipe will rid any FOMO on the day, as dogs of all shapes and sizes can dine like royalty, whilst their humans celebrate too!

All of Hug’s recipes use the highest quality meat and a selection of fresh vegetables, free-from preservatives and with no added fillers such as grains and legumes. Bursting with goodness, the Coronation Chicken dish is no exception, comprising 75% meat sourced from the sort of cuts we all enjoy

Each portion contains superfood supplements including Antarctic krill, the most effective ingredient to deliver omega-3 and choline. These are essential nutrients to support pets’ brains and heart health, strong muscles, healthy joints and helps to prevent liver disease. The recipe is also grain free and contains a carefully developed mix of vitamin and mineral supplements.

Hug is safe to store in the fridge or freezer alongside the consumers’ own food, and each dish is served in 100% recyclable packaging, which can be heated and served to your pet directly from the container.

The 300g limited-edition dish is available to buy via for the month of May.


  • Minimum order: 4 x 300g = £12.50 + delivery  
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