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Chudleys Nutritional Helpline

Performance

Performance

The feed

Performance

Moderate to Hard Work

Meets the demands of the modern working dog owner.

  • Proportionally more energy from fat, with carnitine to promote efficient energy metabolism and help sustain the hard working dog
  • Glucosamine and green lipped mussel to provide nutritional support for the musculoskeletal system and mobility
  • Contains QLC, antioxidant package, plus our coat condition supplement
  • Wheat gluten free recipe

Analytical constituents:

  • Protein 28.0%
  • Fat Content 18.0%
  • Crude Fibres 3.0%
  • Crude Ash 6.5%

    Introduce the diet gradually over a period of 5-7 days until it replaces the previous food completely. The product can be fed dry or moistened with water or gravy to the consistency that your dog prefers. The amounts shown are only a guide and you should only feed sufficient amounts to maintain condition depending upon the level of activity enjoyed by and the conformation of your dog.

    Size of dogSuggested daily amount (g)
    5-10kg95-155g
    10-25kg155-310g
    25-45kg310-480g
    45kg+480g+

    Always ensure that clean, fresh drinking water is available at all times. In order to maintain and control your dog’s weight to the optimum for the breed and size, the diet should be fed in conjunction with a year-round exercise programme. Do not be tempted to feed excessive amounts of titbits or treats.

    Ingredients:

    Tripe (min 16%), Beef meal (min 16%), Whole grain maize, Prairie meal, Rice, Chicken fat, Whole grain oats, Hydrolysed beef proteins, Unmolassed beet pulp, Full fat linseed, Yeast (source of mannan oligosaccharides), Salmon oil (source of omega 3 fatty acids), Alfalfa, Potassium chloride, Sodium bicarbonate, Seaweed, Dandelion leaves, Green lipped mussel (400mg/kg), Celery seed, Nettle leaves, Glucosamine (350mg/kg), Blackcurrant, Devil’s claw root, Burdock root, Yucca schidigera, Kale, Spinach, Beetroot, Rosemary, Rosehip, Pomegranate