Pedigree Comp Senior Chick Active Mat 8+ - 13kg
Pedigree Senior Complete Dog Food with Chicken is a complete food for the senior dog who wants to live life to the full.
- Moist meaty morsels make chewing easier for older dogs;
- Flaxseed, a natural source of Omega 3 Fatty Acids, helps maintain joint mobility;
- With easily digestible rice;
- Essential fatty acids for healthy skin and coat;
- Natural fibre helps support good gut health.
Full of vitamins and minerals to provide your mature dog with the complete nourishment it needs to stay healthy and strong.
Approximate Dimensions (Product): 2.5kg: 26 x 26.5 x 10.5cm; 13kg: 12 x 50 x 60cm.
Composition and Nutrition:
Ingredient(s): Cereals (including 4% Rice, Meat and Animal Derivatives (including 4% Chicken, Oils and Fats (including 0.2% Fish Oil, 0.2% Sunflower Oil, Derivatives of Vegetable Origin (including 2.5% Dried Beet Pulp, Mineral, Antioxidants, Preservatives Typical Analysis: Protein: 23%, Fat content: 13%, Inorganic matter: 6.5%, Crude fibres: 3%, Calcium: 1.3%, Phosphorus: 0.9%, Omega 6 fatty acids: 3%, Omega 3 fatty acids: 0.4%, Glucosamine: 150mg/kg. Additives per kg: Nutritional additives:, Vitamin A: 19914 IU, Vitamin D3: 1748 IU, Vitamin E: 352 mg, Vitamin B1: 9.2 mg, Vitamin B2: 18.9 mg, Vitamin B6: 4.7 mg, Vitamin B9: 2.8 mg, Vitamin B12: 0.06 mg, Vitamin B5: 41.3 mg, Vitamin B3: 35.4 mg, Biotin: 0.38 mg, Calcium iodate anhydrous: 1.9 mg, Cupric sulphate pentahydrate: 73.4 mg, Manganous sulphate monohydrate: 413 mg, Sodium selenite: 0.64 mg, Zinc sulphate monohydrate: 603 mg
Feeding Guide (approx/day):
Body Weight (kg): 5, Age: 10+, g: 70, kcal: 254 Body Weight (kg): 10, Age: 10+, g: 120, kcal: 427 Body Weight (kg): 20, Age: 10+, g: 195, kcal: 719 Body Weight (kg): 30, Age: 8+, g: 270, kcal: 974 Body Weight (kg): 40, Age: 8+, g: 330, kcal: 1209 Body Weight (kg): 50, Age: 6+, g: 395, kcal: 1429 Tip: A half pint mug holds approximately 100g 364 kcal/100g Feeding instructions: You might need to adjust the amount of food according to the level of activity, breed and age of your dog. Allow a transition phase when offering new food. How to feed your dog£ Visit our website or call our Consumer Careline Fresh water should always be available.