Farmina N&D Grain Free Codfish & Orange Adult Medium & Maxi Breed Dog Food is a grain-free formula that suits the nutritional requirements of adult dogs. This food is made with kibble size that is comfortable for dogs with large sized jaws (i.e. medium and maxi breeds).
Omega-3 and 6 fatty acids from the codfish nourish your dog's skin and coat to keep it healthy. Fibrous pumpkin encourages smooth digestion while Vitamin C (an antioxidant) boosts the immune system.
Food Type: Dry dog food
Suitable for adult dogs of medium and maxi breeds
Codfish, Orange and Pumpkin
Grain-free and Gluten-free
Free from Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO)
No artificial preservatives
Consult a vet before altering your pet's diet
Always have fresh water available for your pet
Never exceed recommended feeding quantities unless prescribed by a vet.
|Ingredients||Fresh codfish (25%), dehydrated codfish (25%), pea starch (20%), fish oil, dehydrated pumpkin (5%), pea vegetable fibre, dried carrots, dried alfalfa, inulin, fructooligosaccharides, mannanoligosaccharides, dehydrated sweet orange (0.5%), dehydrated apple, pomegranate powder, spinach powder, psyllium (0.3%), powdered blackcurrant, powdered blueberries, sodium chloride, dried breweyeast, turmeric root (0.2%), glucosamine, chondroitin sulphate, Marigold extract (source of lutein).|
|Guaranteed Analysis||Crude Protein (min): 30.00%; Crude Fat (min): 18.00%; Crude Fiber (max):2.90%; Ash (max):7.30%; Moisture (max): 9.00%; Calcium (min): 1.20%; Phosphorus (min): 0.90%; Omega-6 Fatty Acids* (min): 1.60%; Omega-3 Fatty Acids* (min): 2.30%; Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA*) (min): 1.00%; Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA*) (min): 0.70%; Glucosamine* (min): 900mg/kg; Chondroitin Sulfate* (min): 600mg/kg. *Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles.|
|Energy Value:||EM Kcal/lb 1969 - Mj/lb 8.24 434 Kcal/cup|
|HUFT Tip||A common problem with large breeds is that they tend to wolf down their food very quickly. This has been identified as a cause for several digestive problems from acidity to bloating. If you think that your pet is eating too quickly, then you should think about moving your pet to a slow-feeding bowl that is designed to prevent your pet from gobbling meals too fast.|
|Feeding Guide||Feeding requirements will vary based on your pet's level of activity, environment and age.|