Burns Alert with Lamb 12kg

£35.99

  • Made with natural ingredients
  • Developed by Veterinary Surgeon, John Burns
  • Contains antioxidant-rich ingredients
  • Maintains calm brain function
  • Economical
  • Highly digestible

Description

Looking for a healthy and balanced working dog food? Youve come to the right place. Burns Alert contains a handful of simple; natural ingredients designed to help dogs to thrive. The product has been developed by award-winning Veterinary Surgeon John Burns who has been making pet food for happy and healthy dogs since 1993.

Burns Alert contains salmon oil and green tea extract which support brain function and alertness. The product has been specially formulated to help assistance dogs perform tasks that require them to be calm and attentive.

As with all Burns products; the Alert range is hypoallergenic and made with natural ingredients and absolutely no nasties.

Ingredients

Composition

Brown Rice (58%), Lamb Meal (22%), Oats, Peas, Salmon Oil (3%), Seaweed, Minerals, Green Tea Extract, Blueberry Extract

Analytical Constituents

Crude Protein 18.5%; Crude Oil & Fats 7.5%; Crude Fibre 2.5%; Crude Ash 8%; Copper 19mg/kg Sodium 0.24%; Calcium 2.1%; Phosphorus 1.1%; Magnesium 0.14%; Potassium 0.55%; Omega-6 fatty acids 1.3%; Omega-3 fatty acids 0.42%.

Nutritional Additives (per kg)

Vitamin A 25000IU; Vitamin D3 2000IU; Vitamin E 200IU; Vitamin C 50mg; Taurine 1000mg; Trace Elements: Copper (copper (II) chelate of amino acids hydrate) 12mg; Iodine (calcium iodate anhydrous) 1mg; Manganese (manganous chelate of amino acids hydrate) 20mg; Zinc (zinc chelate of amino acids hydrate) 50mg.

Technological Additives

Antioxidants (mixed tocopherols).

Feeding Guide

BodyWeight Adult (9Months+) Senior
5kg50g40g
10kg100g80g
15kg150g120g
20kg200g160g
30kg300g240g
40kg400g320g
50kgup to 500g400g

The starting point for calculating feeding amounts:

  • Adult : 10g per 1kg of body weight per day
  • Senior : 8g per 1kg of body weight per day

Reasons to reduce: neutered, senior, less active, ongoing health problem, overweight, warm environment, fussy dog, barking, persistent moulting or hyperactivity.

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