Reflex Lamb, Rice & Vegetable, a specially formulated complete, all natural and balanced premium dog food including lamb protein and vegetable to meet the nutritional requirements of adult dog breeds.
Things you get when you feed your dogs Reflex Lamb, Rice & Vegetable
Reflex Lamb, Rice & Vegetable
- Meets the high energy needs of medium-sized puppies with key nutrients needed during their short growth period
- Helps developing immune systems thrive with an exclusive blend of antioxidants and vitamins
- Supports healthy growth for their bones and joints though a specialized mineral blend
INGREDIENTS: Processed Animal Protein, Wheat, Corn, Animal Fat,Wheat Middlings, Corn Gluten, Rice, Dried Peas, Dried Sugar Beet, Liver Aroma, Dried Lamb Meat, Salt, Flaxeed, Dried Brewer’s Yeast.
MINERALS: Calcium, Phosphorus, Sodium, lodine, Zinc, Copper, Potassium chloride, Iron, Selenium.
VITAMINS: Vit. A, Vit. D, Vit. E, Vit. C, Vit. B1 – B2 – B3 (Niasin) – B6 – B12 – B7 (Biotin) – B9 (Folic Acid), Vit. K, Choline, Calcium Pantothenate.
|NUTRIENT COMPOSITION||NUTRITIVE ADDITIONS|
|Crude Protein||28%||Vitamin A (E672)||18000 IU/kg|
|Crude Fat||17%||Vitamin D3(E671)||1500 IU/kg|
|Crude Ash||8%||Vitamin E (3A700)||150 mg/kg|
|Crude Cellulose||3,5%||Vitamin C (Stay C)||200 mg/kg|
DAILY FEEDING GUIDE
|DOG WEIGHT||1- 5 kg||5 – 10 kg||10 – 20 kg||20 – 30 kg||30 – 45 kg||45 + kg|
|GR / DAY||50 – 110||110 – 150||150 – 250||250 -360||360 – 450||150+ x3|
FEEDING RECOMMENDATION: Daily ration can vary linked to ambient temperature, dog’s lifestyle (indoor-outdoor), temperament and activity. In order to ensure ideal body weight of your dog, weigh out the quantity of food. To provide the correct portions, assess your dog’s appetite, visual appearance and stools. Switch over from one food to another should be done gradually by mixing small amounts of both foods during a period of one week. Ensure that your dog has permanent access to fresh water. Even if the water seems clear, change it at least daily. Keep the product in a dry and cool place and be sure the food bag is properly closed after each feeding.
FEEDING DOGS DURING PREGNANCY & NURSING
It is important to know your Dog’s nutritional needs
Contrary to what they would have you believe based on their chewing habits, dogs do actually require particular dietary care. Whether it be due to their breed, age, or health status, or whether it be due to fussy tastes, there is always more to dog food than the packet with the healthiest looking dog on it. It?s also very important to consult with your vet about feeding your furry best friend, as every dog is different.
Dogs love to eat, There is no denying it. They scarf down their dinner in a matter of seconds then stare at you imploringly, asking for another. Though your dog should get most of his nutrition from a healthy dog food formula, there is no harm in giving him a few treats now and then. You need to be mindful, however, that not all dog treats are created equal.
Some dog treats are designed for training purposes, they are small but flavorful and aromatic to make them an enticing reward for good behavior. There are dog treats that provide dental benefits and others that serve as nutritional supplements. There is also a wide variety of regular treats that are soft, crunchy, freeze-dried, or jerky.