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Pro Plan Dog Adult Medium 7+Chicken 10kg

Pro Plan Dog Adult Medium 7+Chicken 10kg

Regular price £71.49 GBP
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When your dog reaches full maturity,their body undergoes progressive age related changes. So why not help keep him enjoying life for longer. Developed by our vets and nutritionists, PURINA PRO PLAN with OPTIAGE keeps your dogs mind active and alert for longer. Through our exclusive, patented blend of nutrients, OPTIAGE is proven to enhance brain function and helps increase activity levels, liveliness and interest in playtime so you can keep living an amazing life together. Specially formulated for dental care. Helps supports healthy ageing thanks to nutrition adapted to senior dogs. Proven to enhance brain function for more active years through our exclusive blend of nutrients. A combination of key nutrients that helps to support healthy joints for your senior dogs active lifestyle. Contains high quality pieces of chicken.

INGREDIENTS
Dehydrated poultry protein, Wheat, Maize, Chicken (14%), Gluten, Soya meal, Vegetable oil fractions, Rice (4%), Dried beet pulp, Minerals, Maize grits, Animal fat, Digest, Fish oil.

ANALYTICAL CONTENT
PROTEIN 29%, CRUDE FIBRE 2%, CRUDE OILS AND FATS 15%, CRUDE ASH 7.5%

FEEDING GUIDE
Adult weight 10-25kg: less than 1 hour activity: 160-290g per day; 1 to 3 hour activity: 180-335g per day. Adult weight 25-35kg: less than 1 hour activity: 290-365g per day; 1 to 3 hour activity: 335-420g per day. Adult weight 35-45kg: less than 1 hour activity: 365-430g per day; 1 to 3 hour activity: 420-495g per day. Adult weight 45-70kg: less than 1 hour activity: 430-580g per day; 1 to 3 hour activity: 495-670g per day. These amounts are guidelines only. To help keep your dog in an ideal body condition, adjust according to your dogs activity level, physical condition and individual needs. Clean, fresh water should be available at all times. To monitor your dogs health, consult a veterinary surgeon regularly.

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