Duck meat is an allergy-friendly alternative for dogs that are food sensitive, so switching to a food with a more novel protein like duck may help alleviate gastrointestinal upset or skin irritation. Duck is rich in iron and it provides dogs with a lean, easy-to-digest protein source. Duck is also a great source of amino acids, which helps to support strong muscles.
Fish oil provides omega-3 and 6 fatty acids, including long-chain DHA, which helps support your dog’s skin and coat health and brain and eye development. Omega-3 balances the properties of omega-6 and acts as an anti-inflammatory in conditions like allergies, arthritis, and other inflammatory diseases.
Inulin can have a prebiotic effect and helps to prevent the spread of pathological bacteria in the gut, thereby supporting good bacteria and contributing to a balanced gut flora
β-glucans increases the activity of macrophages and forms an important role to support the immune system.
Composition: grains, meat and animal by-products (14% duck), oils and fats (0.2% fish oil), vegetable by-products (0.4% inulin), fish and fish by-products, minerals, vegetables, brewer’s yeast (0.05% β-glucans, 0.04% mannans).
|Vitamin A||13000 IU/kg|
|Vitamin D3||1100 IU/kg|
|Vitamin E||150 mg/kg|
|Iron (as iron (II) sulphate monohydrate)||55 mg/kg|
|Iodine (as calcium iodate, anhydrous)||2,20 mg/kg|
|Copper (as cooper (II)-sulphate-pentahydrate)||8 mg/kg|
|Manganese (as manganese (II) oxide)||15 mg/kg|
|Zinc (as Zinc oxide)||45 mg/kg|
|Zinc (as amino acid zinc chelate, hydrate)||10 mg/kg|
|Selenium (as sodium selenite)||0,23 mg/kg|
HOW TO FEED
|Weight of dog, kg||Grams per day|
|Low activity <1 h||Moderate activity 1-3 h|
Your dog may eat more or less depending on age, temperament and activity level. Water should be available at all times for your dog to drink.
STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION
Store cool and dry, keep away from direct sunlight.