He would love to give it the best
 
PPY-GROWTH 33
SENSE 23
For Best in Show, Sensitive Adult or Senior Dogs

Duck & Brown Rice

  • Mono Protein & Whole Grain from Duck & Rice for Hypoallergenic
  • Vitamin B Complex and Lutein for Vision Care & Reducing Tear Stains
  • Optimal Omega 3(DHA/EPA/ALA) & Fatty Acids Balanced
  • Duck & Egg for RCAA Supplement High Antioxidant from Veggies & Vitamin E
  • Glucosamine & Chelated Minerals for Bone and Joint Health
NET:1.2Kg / 6Kg
Marine Fish & Brown Rice

It is definitely worth treating them with luxury feasts as being in the royal palace.

  • Mono Protein & Whole Grain from Duck & Rice for Hypoallergenic
  • Vitamin B Complex and Lutein for Vision Care & Reducing Tear Stains
  • Optimal Omega 3(DHA/EPA/ALA) & Fatty Acids Balanced
  • Duck & Egg for RCAA Supplement High Antioxidant from Veggies & Vitamin E
  • Glucosamine & Chelated Minerals for Bone and Joint Health
Exclusive Kibble

Exclusive Kibble

For Best in Show, Sensitive Adult or Senior Dogs.
Nutrition Facts
Brown Rice, Dehydrated Duck, Beet Pulp, Cod Oil, Hydrolyzed Protein, Fruits & Vegetables (Sweet Potato, Apple, Cabbage, Broccoli, Cranberry, Tomato, Yam Tuber, Burdock, Sesame), Essential Minerals & Chelated Minerals, Vitamins, Flaxseed, Egg (Lecithin), Seaweed, FOS, MOS, Yucca Extract, Spirulina, Glucosamine, Fruit Enzyme (Papaya/ Pineapple Extract), Lactic Acid Bacteria, Bacillus Subtilis Natto, Natural Antioxidants, Calendula Extract (Lutein).
food
Protein 23%
Fat 13%
Fiber 4.0%
OMEGA3 1.2%
OMEGA6 3.5%
Moisture 9%
Calcium 1.0%
Phosphorus 0.8%
Zinc 200mg/kg
Copper 18mg/kg
VitaminA 12,000iu/kg
VitaminE 4000iu/kg
VitaminD 1,200iu/kg
Iron 220mg/kg
Calories(ME) 3650Kcal/Kg
Nutrition Facts
Daily Ration
  • Feeding this food for the first time? Mixing increasing amount of this diet with decreasing amounts of the old food over a 7-10 day period.
  • The feeding amounts are a starting point only. Your pet may need less or more food to maintain a proper weight depending on its age, environment, condition, temperament and activity. If in doubt, consult your veterinarian.
  • Serve dry or moistened by mixing a portion of kibbles with an equivalent volume of warm water (40℃) or wet(pouch or canned) foods.
  • Remove the leftover and keep fresh drinking water available at all times.