Chappie Complete Dry Dog Food - Beef & Wholegrain - 15kg
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Chappie Complete Dry Dog Food - Beef & Wholegrain is a nutritionally complete meal for adult dogs containing beef for protein and fibre and energy from wholegrain cereals.
Why should I buy Chappie Complete Dry Dog Food - Beef & Wholegrain?
Chappie Complete Dry Dog Food - Beef & Wholegrain is a 100% complete nutritionally balanced canine diet which has been developed with the assistance of vets. Low in fat, easily digestible and enriched with vitamins, Chappie Complete Dry Dog Food - Beef & Wholegrain contains no artificial colours, added sugar, flavours, eggs or dairy.
Nurturing a healthy coat and skin, Chappie contains essential fatty acids, such as Omega 3 & 6 and high quality protein to help support strong muscles. The kibble crunchiness provides a tasty bite for all dogs to help clean their teeth and gums. As well as containing all the essential nutrients your dog needs to maintain peak condition, the slow release of energy will keep your pet happy and active throughout the day.
What is in Chappie Complete Dry Dog Food - Beef & Wholegrain?
Additives per kg - Nutritional additives - Vitamin A: 19895 IU, Vitamin D3: 1746 IU, Vitamin E: 352 mg, Vitamin B1: 9.2 mg, Vitamin B2: 18.9 mg, Niacin: 35.4 mg, Vitamin B5: 41.3 mg, Vitamin B6: 4.7 mg, Biotin: 0.38 mg, Vitamin B9: 2.8 mg, Vitamin B12: 0.06 mg, Cupric sulphate pentahydrate: 66.9 mg, Calcium iodate anhydrous: 1.7 mg, Manganous sulphate monohydrate: 377 mg, Sodium selenite: 0.58 mg, Zinc sulphate monohydrate: 549 mg.
How much Chappie Complete Dry Dog Food - Beef & Wholegrain should I give to my dog?
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A half pint mug holds approximately 100g of kibbles. Most dogs take some time to adapt to a change in diet. When introducing your dog to Chappie, do so gradually over a period of 5 days. Chappie Complete may be fed dry or may be moistened with warm water or gravy. A bowl of fresh water should be available at all times. Be prepared to adjust the amount of food according to the level of activity, breed and age of your dog. Very active dogs could need up to 50% more food whereas less active dogs may need 20% less quantity.