Bakers Complete Puppy 12.5kg
Bakers Complete Puppy is specifically formulated to give puppies and junior dogs everything they need for a great start in life.
The scrummy mini meaty chunks keep them full of bounce so they can go out and explore the world.
It£+£s real growing up food!
During pregnancy and nursing, mums can also benefit from the extra nutrition and calories in Bakers Complete Puppy - after all, they're eating for more than two!
- Carbohydrates - for energy and all that growing!
- Increased Protein - to help muscles grow big and strong
- Smaller kibbles - easier for little mouths to chew and release all that goodness
- Iron - for healthy blood
- Calcium - for healthy teeth and bones
- Omega 3 and 6 oils - so his coat stays glossy and his skin healthy
Approximate Dimensions (Product): 30 x 32.5 x 40cm
Composition and Nutrition:
Ingredient(s): Cereals, Meat and animal derivatives (Minimum 4% fresh meat in the soft moist kernel, minimum 4% beef in the brown kernel), Vegetable protein extracts, Oils and fats, Various sugars, Derivatives of vegetable origin, Minerals, Vegetables (minimum 4% vegetables in the green and yellow kernels). With antioxidants, coloured with and preserved with EC additives. Typical Analysis: Protein 28.0% Fat 12.0% Ash 7.5% Fibre 2.5% Calcium 1.5% Linoleic acid 2.8%Linolenic acid 0.16% Vitamin A 15,000IU/kg, Vitamin D3 1,000IU/kg, Vitamin E 75mg/kg, Copper (as copper sulphate) 20mg/kg, Iron (as ironsulphate)265mg/kg.
Feeding Guide (approx/day):
Expected Adult Weight Age of Dog gm/day.
Up to 5kg 6-11 weeks 25-120g 3-4mnth 45-125g 4-6mnth 45-145g 6-12mnth 50-135g. 5-10kg 6-11 weeks 75-190g 3-4mnth 120-200g 4-6mnth 125-235g 6-12mnth 145-215g. 10-25kg 6-11 weeks 110-425g 3-4mnth 190-470g 4-6mnth 200-560g 6-12mnth 235-440g. 25-45kg 6-11 weeks 220-615g 3-4mnth 425-720g 4-6mnth 470-880g 6-12mnth 560-730g 12-18mnth 440-615g. 45-70kg 6-11 weeks 300-730g 3-4mnth 615-920g 4-6mnth 720-1230g 6-12mnth 880-1140g 12-18mnth 730-1000g 18-24mnth 615-780g. Individual needs may vary and feeding should be adjusted as required to maintain your dog at a lean, healthy body weight.If fed as a treat or meal complement then the quantity given should be instead of an equivalent volume of normal dog food.
Puppies and pregnant bitches should be fed to appetite.Fresh, clean drinking water should always be available.