Superior Salmon Puppy
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Fish4Dogs Superior Puppy – A salmon, potato and pea complete dinner for puppies - with 30% protein level to support the puppies growth and development.
The marine sourced Omega 3 from fish makes it an ideal food for puppies, with Omega 3 being important for maintaining coat and skin health, development of joints and supporting brain development and aiding nerve formation and skin integrity in the early stages of development.
Fish4Dogs Superior Puppy is further enhanced with Green Lipped Mussels providing a source of joint conditioners Glucosamine and Chondroitin; pre-biotic fibres from Norwegian seaweed meal for digestive health and Spirulina providing a rich source of the antioxidant Vitamin A, supporting vision, bone growth and immune support.
Fish4Dogs foods are grain free and use potato and pea as the carbohydrate providing a food that has a balanced GI and one that is less likely to cause dietary sensitivity.
Crude Protein 30%, Fat Content 16%, Crude Ash 7%, Crude Fibres 2.3%, Omega 3 Fats 2.3%
Salmon (26%), Salmon Meal (23%), Potato (18%), Pea Starch (17%), Salmon Oil (9%), Salmon Digest (1.8%), Sunflower Oil, Krill Meal (0.9%), Pea Fibre, Yeast Extract, Minerals, Malt Extract, Seaweed Meal, Algae (176mg/kg), Green Lipped Mussel Extract (440mg/kg), Spirulina (88mg/kg)
Additives (Per Kg):
Vitamins: Vitamin A 24,750 IU; Vitamin D3 1,980 IU, Vitamin E 770 IU
Trace Elements: Zinc Chelate Of Amino Acid Hydrate 660mg; Copper Chelate Of Amino Acid Hydrate 33mg; Calcium Iodate Anhydrous 2.8mg, Antioxidants (Stabilised With Rosemary And Tocopherol-rich Extracts)
|Weight of Dog (kg)||2-4 months||4-6 months||6-8 months||8-10 months||10-12 months|
These guideline amounts are a starting point and your dog may need more food depending upon age, activity, and temperament. In order to reach optimal body condition, you may need to adjust food intake.
Remember to have clean, fresh water available for your dog at all times. Always supervise your dog when feeding.
This represents the total recommended volume of food per day. You should divide the total recommended feeding amount by the number of times you feed your dog per day to get the actual portion size per feeding