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Superior Salmon Weight Control/Senior

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Superior Salmon Weight Control/Senior
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Superior Salmon Weight Control/Senior
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Fish4Dogs Superior Weight Control / Senior – A salmon potato and pea complete dinner for dogs with lower protein levels (22%) and lower fat content (7%). 

Fish4Dogs Weight Control / Senior is also particularly suited for older dogs due to lower calorific value suiting the lower activity levels and high digestibility of fish being well suited to the slower digestive systems of older dogs.

Our new Fish4Dogs Superior range now contains Krill a superior form of Omega 3.

A powerful anti-inflammatory it has a key role to play in coat condition, skin condition, joint health, cardiac health and brain and eye development. It is only natural that Fish4Dogs would wish to be one of the first to include this new and improved source of Omega 3. 

This complete food is available 2 kibble sizes; Small and Regular/Large bite

Analytical Constituents: 
Crude Protein 22%, Fat Content 7%, Crude Ash 6%, Crude Fibres 3.57%, Omega 3 Fats 1.2%

Composition: 
Salmon (Min 26%), Potato (Min 26%), Pea Starch (26%), Salmon Meal (11%), Salmon Oil (2.2%), Salmon Digest (1.8%), Pea Fibre, Sunflower Oil, Krill Meal (0.9%), Yeast Extract, Minerals, Malt Extrat, Seaweed Meal, Algae (176mg/kg), Green-lipped Mussel Extract (440mg/kg), Spirulina (88mg/kg)

Additives (Per Kg): 
Vitamins: Vitamin A 22,500 IU; Vitamin D3 1,800 IU, Vitamin E 700 IU 
Trace Elements: Zinc Chelate Of Amino Acid Hydrate 600mg; Copper Chelate Of Amino Acid Hydrate 30mg; Calcium Iodate Anhydrous 2.5 mg, Antioxidants (Stabilised With Rosemary And Tocopherol-rich Extracts)

Feeding Calculator

Please be aware that there are some slight differences between the feeding guide on the back of our current Superior packaging and this feeding calculator. Neither guide is wrong, however we would advise to use the feeding guidelines that are in this feeding calculator as they are most up to date.