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Free Range Lamb & Sustainable Trout Dry Food for Puppies
For growth & immune system
High quality proteins
Valuable whole grain
Without artificial preservatives
Adapted nutrition for young dogs from the 4th month
Wild lambs kept in a species-appropriate manner provide us with juicy lamb that contains a lot of protein. Our fish farmers work in an animal-friendly and natural way. In this way, our trout can grow up under species-appropriate conditions.
There are also parsnips and potatoes from regional agriculture. The protein content and the kibble size are perfectly adapted to the needs of growing dogs. Our wholesome recipe does not need any added sugar or artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. High quality lamb and trout protein, vitamins and zinc are good for growth and the immune system. There is everything in it that your darling needs for a balanced diet in the growth phase.
- For young dogs from the 4th to the 15th month.
- Larger croquettes.
- With juicy free-range lamb.
- With delicious trout from sustainable aquaculture.
- High proportion of regional raw materials.
- Gentle preparation.
- With zinc.
- Good for growth and the immune system.
Biologically valuable protein from lamb and trout supports harmonious growth. Parsnips are naturally rich in vitamin C and can thus promote the immune system of your young dog. Potatoes are an important source of energy and sunflower oil ensures a shiny coat. Apple fibers are a source of fiber and are good for digestion.
Complete feed for young dogs from the 4th to the 15th month.
lamb protein * from free-range farming (20%), wheat flour, wholegrain maize, dried potatoes (10%), rice protein *, trout meal from sustainable breeding (9%), poultry fat, beet molasses escalope * (sugar-free), sunflower oil (2.4%), liver hydrolyzate , Apple pomace * (1.25%), lignocellulose, rapeseed oil, potassium chloride, carrots *, parsnip * (0.3%), parsley root *, yeast * (extracted, 0.2% = 0.04% mannan oligosaccharides), Chicory powder (0.15% = 0.01% inulin), parsley leaf * (total regional vegetable mix 1%); *) dried
|Crude protein||28.0%||Good for growth, muscles, cell structure, metabolism and the immune system|
|Raw fat||15.0%||Gives energy. Contains essential fatty acids. Supports the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins|
|Crude fiber||3.0%||Good for digestion and intestinal flora. Contains fiber|
|Raw ash||9.0%||Describes the proportion of minerals and trace elements|
|Calcium||1.45%||Good for bones and teeth, nerve functions and blood clotting. Activates enzymes and hormones|
|phosphorus||1.0%||Good for building bones and teeth and metabolism. Energy to the cells|
|sodium||0.3%||Good for the electrolyte balance, nerve impulses, heart rhythm and muscle work|
|potassium||0.9%||Good for the electrolyte balance, heart function and the transmission of nerve impulses|
|magnesium||0.1%||Good for building bones, nerve functions, building body protein and generating energy|
|Omega-6 fatty acids||4.0%||Good for various metabolic and repair processes in the body, for skin & fur, as well as brain & nerves|
|Omega-3 fatty acids||0.4%||Good for a shiny coat and an intact skin barrier|
Vitamins / kg:
Vitamin A (3a672a) 17000 IU, vitamin D3 (3a671) 1000 IU, vitamin E (3a700) 200 mg, vitamin B1 (3a821) 5 mg, vitamin B2 (3a825ii) 5 mg, vitamin B6 (3a831) 5 mg, biotin ( 3a880) 590 mcg, calcium D-pantothenate (3a841) 13 mg, niacin (3a314) 60 mg, vitamin B12 85 mcg, vitamin C (3a312) 200 mg
Trace elements / kg:iron (as 3b103) 135 mg, copper (as 3b405) 13 mg, zinc (as 3b603) 105 mg, manganese (as 3b502) 16 mg, iodine (as 3b202) 1.5 mg, selenium (as 3b801) 0.15 mg. Antioxidants, tocopherol extracts from vegetable oils 1b306 (i)
5th - 6th
7th - 8th
9th - 12th
13th - 15th
|10 kg||150 g||180 g||190 g||190 g||185 g||*||*|
|15 kg||250 g||245 g||260 g||260 g||250 g||245 g||*|
|20 kg||250 g||310 g||325 g||330 g||320 g||310 g||*|
|25 kg||300 g||355 g||375 g||385 g||370 g||360 g||*|
|30 kg||345 g||405 g||430 g||445 g||430 g||415 g||*|
|35 kg||380 g||455 g||485 g||505 g||475 g||460 g||*|
|40 kg||405 g||500 g||535 g||545 g||530 g||515 g||*|
|50 kg||455 g||560 g||625 g||640 g||620 g||600 g||*|
* Final weight.
When your dog has reached this weight, you should gradually switch to adult food.
Just feed dry, if your dog likes it crispy. For a softer consistency, pour fresh warm water (about 60 ° C) over the food and let it soak in for a few minutes.
Puppies need just the right amount of food to grow at a healthy speed. That’s why it’s important to check how much food they need at each stage of their development. If you feed your puppy too much they can grow too fast (which can cause health problems) so weigh them regularly and record their progress. If your puppy is extra Goood and also has snacks you should reduce the suggested portion accordingly. Splitting the portion into two or three meals will make sure that your puppy has all the nutrients and energy they need to grow healthily and happily :).
Don’t forget, your puppy always needs access to fresh drinking water!