Digestion and Health Puppy Food - 60% Salmon, Haddock and White Fish 10kg

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Puppy Grain Free food for all breeds - 60% Salmon, Haddock and White Fish 

FROM WEANING TO 12 MONTHS OF AGE

Analytical Constituents
Crude Protein 28%, Crude Fats 14%, Crude Fibre 3%, Crude Ash 7.5%, Moisture 8%, NFE 39.5%, Metoblisable Enery 373 Kcal/100g, Omega 6 1.1%, Omega 3 3.0%, Calcium 1.5%, Phosphorus 0.9%
 
Composition
60% Salmon, Haddock & White Fish (21% Freshly Prepared Salmon, 16% Dried Salmon, 11% Freshly Prepared White Fish, 10% Freshly Prepared Haddock & 2% Salmon Digest), Sweet Potato (14%), Potato, Beef Pulp, Peas, Linseed, Omega 3 Supplement, Vitamin & Minerals, Vegetable Stock, Asparagus (0.2%), Glucosamine (170mg/kg), Methylsulfnoylmethane (170mg/kg), Chondroitine Sulphate (25mg/kg), Nucleotides, FOS (92mg/kg), MOS (23mg/kg).
 
Nutritional Additives per kg
Vitamins: Vitamin A (Retinyl Acetate) 15,000 IU, Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) 2,000 IU, Vitamin E (Alphatocopherol Acetate) 95IU; Trace Elements: Zinc (Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate 85mg), Iron (Iron (II) Sulphate Monoydrate) 50mg, Manganese (Manganese Sulphate Monohydrate) 35mg, Copper (Copper (II) Sulphate Pentahydrate) 9.5mg, Iodine (Calcium Lodate Anhydrose / Pottasium Iodide) 1.7mg.
 
DAILY FEEDING GUIDE IN GRAMS PER DAY
 
Based on the Expected Weight of Adult Dog 2-6 Months 6-9 Months 9-12 Months
1-5kg (2-6 Months) 60 - 90g
1-5kg (6-9 Months) 90 - 60g
1-5kg (9-12 Months) 60g - Adult
 
5-10kg (2-6 Months)140 - 180g
5-10kg (6-9 Months)180 - 160g
5-10kg (9-12 Months) 160g - Adult
 
10-25kg (2-6 Months) 220 - 260g
10-25kg (6-9 Months) 260 - 260g
10-25kg (9-12 Months) 260 - 230g 
 
25-45kg (2-6 Months) 380 - 420g
25-45kg  (6-9 Months) 420 - 440g
25-45kg  (9-12 Months0 440 - 410g

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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