Pro Plan Dog Puppy Medium Chicken
We want to help you make your puppy's world amazing every day. The first year of your dog’s life (or two years for large breed puppies) is crucial to their long-term health. To help support puppies’ natural defences for an optimal start in life, our vets and nutritionists have developed PURINA PRO PLAN PUPPY with OPTISTART. With added ingredient colostrum (found in mother's first milk), OPTISTART helps support puppies’ natural defences, helping to give them a great start in life. Specially formulated for dental care. Specific ingredient for strong natural defences and long term health. Enables puppies' developing immune system to react efficiently. A combination of key nutrients that helps to support healthy joints for your puppy's active lifestyle. Contains high quality pieces of chicken.
Chicken (18%), Wheat, Dehydrated poultry protein, Gluten, Animal fat, Soya meal, Rice (7%), Maize, Digest, Dried beet pulp, Minerals, Fish oil, Dried colostrum (0.1%).
PROTEIN 30%, CRUDE FIBRE 2%, CRUDE OILS AND FATS 19%, CRUDE ASH 7.5%
Adult weight 10kg: puppy age 1.5-3 months: 80-120g per day; puppy age 4-5 months: 125-145g per day; puppy age 6-8 months: 150g per day; puppy age 9-11 months: 150g per day. Adult weight 15kg: puppy age 1.5-3 months: 85-145g per day; puppy age 4-5 months: 160-180g per day; puppy age 6-8 months: 200-220g per day; puppy age 9-11 months: 220g per day. Adult weight 20kg: puppy age 1.5-3 months: 90-155g per day; puppy age 4-5 months: 170-190g per day; puppy age 6-8 months: 220-240g per day; puppy age 9-11 months: 240-245g per day. Adult weight 25kg: puppy age 1.5-3 months: 100-200g per day; puppy age 4-5 months: 230-250g per day; puppy age 6-8 months: 305-360g per day; puppy age 9-11 months: 360-370g per day. Pregnancy & lactation: please see the Purina PRO PLAN web site or ask your veterinary surgeon for more details. Weaning and growth: during weaning from 3 to 6 weeks of age offer moistened PURINA PRO PLAN Puppy 3 to 4 times per day. After weaning, feed according to the recommendation table. From 3 months gradually reduce the amount of added water. For healthy development ensure your puppy maintains a lean body condition during growth. Adjust the daily amounts up or down according to your puppy’s activity level, physical condition and individual needs. Clean, fresh drinking water should always be available. To monitor your dog’s health, consult a veterinary surgeon regularly.