15kg Working Dog V.A.T FREE ✓
✓ VETERINARY APPROVED.
Our new Grain Free Angus Beef recipe is here! and there are many benefits of your new beef recipe.
✓50% Beef – Rich in amino acids, vitamins & minerals Beef is a delicious source of protein that we hope your pet will love!
✓No added Grain – This recipe is designed to be suitable for those with grain intolerance/ sensitivity.
✓Sweet Potato – An excellent alternative to grains, sweet potato is a complex carbohydrate with a lower glycemic index
✓Minimum 26% Freshly Prepared Angus Beef – A natural, traditionally sourced and highly digestible protein source.
✓Added Omega 3 Supplement – an excellent source of EPA & DHA to support cognitive function, visual development and help to reduce the inflammation response.
✓No added artificial colours & preservatives
Beef 50% (including 28% Freshly Prepared Angus Beef, 19% Dried Beef & 3% Beef Fat), Sweet Potato (26%), Potato (9%), Peas, Linseed, Beet Pulp, Vitamins & Minerals, Omega 3 Supplement, Vegetable Stock, Carrot (equivalent to 7.5g per Kg of product), FOS (92 mg/kg), MOS (23 mg/kg).
ANALYTICAL CONSTITUENTS PERCENTAGE OR WEIGHT VALUE
Protein % 30
Oil & Fats % 13
Crude Fibres % 3.5
Crude Ash % 8
Moisture % 8
NFE % 37
Omega 6 % 0.8
Omega 3 % 1.3
Calcium % 1.0
Phosphorus % 0.5
Metabolisable Energy 346Kcal/100g
Nutritional Additives (per kg)
Vitamins: 3A672A/Vitamin A 15,000 IU, 3A671/Vitamin D3 2,000 IU; Trace Elements: 3B103/Iron 160 mg, 3B201/Iodine 1.58 mg, E4/Copper 15 mg, 3B503Manganese 35 mg, 3B605/Zinc 50 mg, E8/Selenium 0.3 mg
Kibble Info: Round medium kibble approx 5mm x 14mm
- 1 - 5kg dog - 25 - 90 grams per day
- 5 - 10kg dog - 90 - 150 grams per day
- 10 - 20kg dog - 150 - 250 grams per day
- 20 - 30kg dog - 250 - 340 grams per day
- 30 - 40kg dog - 340 - 420 grams per day
- 40+ kg dog - 420+ grams per day
NB: This is a feeding guide only, please monitor and adjust the quantity based on the breed, age and activity level of the dog. When a dog changes food this should always be done gradually, slowly introducing the new food over a period of around two weeks.
The feeding guide will give an estimation of the daily feeding quantity based on your dogs' weight.
It is important to remember however that these figures are guidelines only, and there are several factors to be taken into account when assessing your dogs' nutritional requirements:
In order to provide the correct portions, it is also helpful to assess your dogs' appetite, visual appearance and stools is one of the best indicators of health. Increased frequency of passing faeces, production of large quantities of stools of loose motions are often frequent signs that an animal is receiving more food than he or she requires.
There is no need to supplement this diet.
Treats and biscuits should be limited to two daily. Please ensure a supply of fresh drinking water at all times.