Royal Canin Mother & Babydog Starter Mousse Dog Food - 12 x 195g
Royal Canin Mother & Babydog Starter Mousse Dog Food - 12 x 195g is a delicious, complete wet Dog Food with a soft, dense formula. It is ideal for pregnant and lactating bitches, and first age puppies from weaning up to 2 months old. Serve on its own, or alongside dry dog food.
Why Should I Buy Royal Canin Mother & Babydog Starter Mousse?
For Pregnancy & Lactation
This starter mousse will support your pregnant bitch throughout the final stages of her pregnancy and also during lactation. The smooth, dense formula is full of extra nutrients and calories. As a result, your dog will have enough energy to support her unborn litter and to feed them once they are born.
For Puppies From Weaning Onward
This first Dog Food is specially designed to meet the needs of puppies from 3-4 weeks. It has a fine texture which is really easy to digest. Therefore, your pup learns how to make the transition to solid food.The patented Start Complex provides a special blend of antioxidants including vitamin E (patent No EP1146870). This is packed full of nutrients to build up your puppy's natural defences. Therefore, your puppy will develop a stronger immune system even in these early days.
Convenient For Owners
Serve up exactly the right amount at mealtimes. The convenient, compact can means you won't waste a single spoonful, while the ring pull keeps things clean. This food is versatile, too. Use on its own, or mix with a dry food, ideally Royal Canin Mini Starter Mother & Babydog Dry Dog Food - 1kg.
What Is In This Starter Mousse Dog Food?
Meat and animal derivatives, cereals, derivatives of vegetable origin, minerals, milk and milk derivatives, oils and fats, yeasts. Crude ash: 1.9%. Crude fibre: 1%. Crude oil fats: 6%. Moisture: 78.5%. Protein: 10%.
Vitamin D3: 100 IU, E1 (Iron): 6mg, E2 (Iodine): 0.28mg, E4 (Copper): 2.3mg, E5 (Manganese): 1.7mg, E6 (Zinc): 17mg.
How Much Starter Mousse Dog Food Should I Give To My Dog?
* Feeding amounts should be adjusted to suit your individual pet, based on their body condition score and other factors. Please consult your vet for further advice.