Digestion and Health Kitten Food - 60% Chicken, Turkey and Salmon 300g

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Kitten Grain Free food for all breeds - 75% Chicken and Salmon (300g)

FROM WEANING TO 12 MONTHS OF AGE

75% Chicken & Salmon kitten food is a tasty highly nutritious complete balanced food for Kittens using a multi protein source to help avoid protein intolerances building up. With chicken digest, sweet potato, carrot, Vitamins and Minerals including natural antioxidant Amino Acids, Lysine, L-Carnitine, Taurine and Methionine.

Using natural ingredients we have worked closely with Health Nutritionists and Vets to bring you this speciality grain free food. We only work with ethical suppliers using Natural Ingredients and only using packaging that can be recycled.

Analytical Constituents
 
Crude Protein 38%, Crude Fats 18%, Crude Fibre 2.3%, Crude Ash 8%, Moisture 7%, NFE 26.7%, Metoblisable Energy 379.5 Kcal/100g, Omega 6 2.46%, Calcium 1.55%, Phosphorus 1.10%, Omega 3 0.81%
  
Composition
 
Chicken & Salmon 75% (including 20% Freshly Prepared Chicken, 19% Dehydrated Chicken, 17% Freshly Prepared Salmon, 10% Dehydrated Salmon, 5%, Chicken Fat, 2% Chicken Digest & 2% Salmon Oil), Sweet Potato (22%), Potato, Brewer’s Yeast, Vitamins & Minerals, Carrot
 
Nutritional Additives per kg
 
Vitamins: E672/Vitamin A 25,100 IU, E671/Vitamin D3 1,730 IU; Trace Elements: E1/Iron 240 mg, E4/Copper 19 mg, E5/Manganese 90 mg, E6/Zinc 267 mg, E8/Selenium 0.64 mg, Natural Antioxidant; Amino Acids: Lysine 660 mg/kg, L-Carnitine 1010 mg/kg, Taurine 2000 mg/kg, Methionine 2200 mg/kg
 
DAILY FEEDING GUIDE IN GRAMS PER DAY
Age of Kitten Grams per Day
 
< 2 Months 20g - 35g
2 - 3 Months 35g - 50g
3 - 4 Months 50g - 60g
4 - 6 Months 60g - 80g
6 -10 Months 80g - 110g
10 - 12 Months 110g - 125g

DID YOU KNOW:

  • Dogs and Cats can suffer with heartburn like we do
  • Dogs and Cats are just as sensitive to getting food poisoning as we are
  • Over 10% of Veterinary Visits are related to digestive issues
  • That there is new information to suggest stress and worry can lead to digestive upsets

Facts taken from PetMd 27 Jan 2019 (Vet Authorised and Approved)

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