Save the Planet Ocean Saver – Duck with beetroot, sea buckthorn and treasures of the sea

  • 100% Human-grade quality of all ingredients
  • Environmental protection in your dog’s bowl
  • Let your dog do their bit for the environment
  • 10 cents go to One Earth One Ocean
  • Many healthy ingredients from the sea
  • Suitable for all adult normal-weight dogs of all breeds
Art.No. 140008 ·€8.98 / 1 kg
6x 400g
Art.No. T140008 ·€8.53 / 1 kg
€21.54 5% save €20.46*
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100% natural


Grain & gluten-free


Without unnecessary additives


Developed with veterinarians


100% human-grade quality of all ingredients


Duck heart (50%), carrot, potato (11%), duck liver (7%), cucumber, apple, beetroot (3.5%), melon, strawberry, coconut flour, cod liver oil (0.4%), oyster shell* (0.3%), sea buckthorn* (0.2%), wild rose* (0.2%), fennel*, lavender*, lovage*, sage*, Sango coral* (0.1%), sea salt (0.1%), mineral clay*, seaweed*, minerals  *dried

Meat : potato : vegetables/fruit/herbs : other raw ingredients = 57% : 11% : 29% : 3%


With its ‘Save the planet’ range of menus, Terra Canis makes a statement in the cause of environmental protection, as dogs are also potential eco-warriors. Each ‘Save the planet’ menu sold will support specific environmental projects relating to sustainable energy, clean seas and the reforestation of forests on a long-term basis. For each tin purchased, an amount of money is donated to the respective project. The idea behind the menus is to actively involve our dogs in environmental protection while ensuring that they benefit from appropriate, healthy and natural nutrition. The menus are based on ingredients that are characteristic of the project concerned and that offer myriad health benefits for your dog. All ‘Save the planet’ menus are easily digestible, well tolerated and offer a suitable composition with ingredients in exclusively 100% human-grade quality. Thanks to our ‘Save the planet’ menus, environmental protection starts in the bowl and can make a positive difference.

OCEAN SAVER – One Earth One Ocean
10 cents per tin to One Earth One Ocean 
Seas of plastic, oil disasters, overfishing and ghost nets – our oceans are having to deal with a variety of increasingly serious environmental challenges. In order to survive, they need all the support they can get.

The project: One Earth One Ocean
With the Terra Canis Ocean Saver menu, 10 cents a tin goes to the environmental project One Earth - One Ocean (OEOO). Since 2011, this non-profit organisation from Munich and Kiel has been pursuing the goal of cleaning up not only plastic waste in water bodies worldwide, but also pollution caused by oil and chemicals. The multi-stage “Maritime Waste Collection” concept for the removal of coastal marine pollution caused by plastic waste envisages collecting the plastic from waters around the world with a fleet of special waste collection ships and then recycling it or converting it back into oil. “One Earth - One Ocean" projects to remove plastic waste from waters are currently underway in Cambodia, Brazil, Indonesia and Egypt (2020). Special waste collection ships called SeeHamster and SeeKuh are used for this purpose. Another SeeKuh will start operation in mid-2020. In addition, the association is engaged nationally and internationally in the research of microplastics as well as in educational work, awareness raising and documentation on the subject of marine littering. As early as 2013, OEOO was awarded the renowned GreenTec Award, Europe's largest environmental and economic prize, for its concept of maritime waste collection. In 2019, the association was awarded the federal ecodesign prize by the Federal Ministry for the Environment for its new waste recycling ship concept SeeElefant (planned for 2021).

The Ocean menu offers many great, healthy ingredients from the coast and sea – without resorting to overfished fish or endangered marine plants. Because a healthy sea and an intact coastline can offer many healthy treasures, including for the dog. In the Ocean Saver menu, juicy duck meat meets energy-rich millet, vitamin-rich beetroot and vital substances from the sea (Sango coral, seaweed, sea salt). Coconut flour and fennel not only help preserve the right balance of gastrointestinal flora, but are also a great source of valuable nutrients and fibre. Sea buckthorn provides a high amount of vitamin C for a strong immune system that can withstand even strong sea breezes, while cod liver oil provides power, valuable fatty acids and additional vitamins. Aromatic herbs such as lovage, lavender and sage as well as natural additives round off the healthy coastal menu.

Complete food for dogs.

and many more ...

Analytical components

Protein: 8 % fat content: 4.7 % crude fibre: 0.3 % crude ash: 1.5 % moisture: 81.5 %
MJ/kg: 3.4

Nutritional additives/kg:

Vit. D3 (3a671): 350 IE, vit. E (3a700): 75 IE, copper (3b405): 1,5 mg, iodine (3b201): 0.8 mg, zinc (3b603): 40 mg

Feeding recommendation

Adult, normal-weight dog
(Dog's weight - Feeding recommendation/day)

300 - 400g
10kg500 - 600g
20kg 800 - 1000g
30kg1100 - 1400g

Approximate values to be adjusted to your dog's individual circumstances (exercise area, activity level, breed, metabolism, time of year).
We recommend regular weight checks.

Highest quality and species-appropriate recipes

In nature, cats hunt their prey for direct consumption. Each hunt means a freshly caught meal. In this way, the cat instinctively provides itself with nutrients of exceptional quality and maximum freshness. Terra Felis is based on this unique quality concept in nature. For the menus, only human-grade quality ingredients are used. This makes Terra Felis the first cat food in 100 % human-grade quality of all ingredients, setting it apart from all other products on the market in terms of quality. In addition to the quality of ingredients, a species-appropriate recipe is essential for the health of the cat. With 90 % meat and nutritious offal, a low proportion of fibre in the form of vegetables, no grain and the addition of taurine, it imitates the natural prey of the cat perfectly. In this way, the cat’s organism is supplied with all the important nutrients in the highest possible quality. 


Vet Hanna Stephan has some tips

A change to a new food often puts the cat owner to a hard test of patience. This is an expression of the cat's special food imprint. Their receptors "warn" them of the unknown. This instinct often makes a food change very difficult and lengthy. Alongside a species-appropriate recipe with an extremely high meat content, a few small tricks can help ease the transition.

Place a bowl with the new food alongside the old food (which the cat should continue to eat for the time being) for a few days, allowing the new smell to be incorporated within the cat’s ‘prey spectrum’. As such, the rejection or ‘fear’ of the new food will gradually be diminished until it is no longer regarded as ‘strange’.

Once the cat has got used to the new smell, small amounts of the new food can be mixed into the old food. The pace at which this is done depends on the cat concerned. The more critical the cat is by nature, the smaller the initial concentration of the new food. If the cat shows great interest in the new food or prefers it to the old food, the ‘mixing in’ process can go at a faster rate or even be skipped.

Gently warming up the new food or – depending on your cat’s preferences – adding a small amount of salt, fish oil or Parmesan for a short period can help to make the new product even more appetising.

Ensure that your cat has a quiet feeding place where they can eat and sniff their food without being disturbed. Some cats feel even happier and safer in raised feeding places.