What is the protein source?
for your dog's mobility at every age
Life consists of movement and change. Functional, flexible joints are an important prerequisite to ensuring that your four-legged friend grows up
Fresh poultry meat (30 %); Maize; Poultry protein, low ash, dried (15 %); Rice; Fodder oat flour; Fish meal from seafish (5 %); Carob pods, dried (2,5 %); Grape pips expeller; Brewers’ yeast, dried; Gelatine, hydrolysed (2,5 %); Linseed (2,3 %); Poultry fat; Vegetable oil (palm, coconut); Dried beet pulp, desugared; Dicalcium phosphate; Poultry liver, hydrolysed; Sodium chloride; Potassium chloride; Herbs, dried (total: 0,2 %; Nettle leaves, Gentian root, Centaury, Chamomile, Fennel, Caraway, Mistletoe, Yarrow, Blackberry leaves); Yucca schidigera
Protein 25,0 %; Fat content 14,5 %; Crude ash 7,0 %; Crude fibre 3,2 %; Moisture 10,0 %; Calcium 1,3 %; Phosphorus 0,9 %; Sodium 0,3 %
Additives per kg
Nutritional additives: Vitamin A 13.000 IU; Vitamin D3 1.300 IU; Vitamin E 130 mg; Copper (as copper(II)sulphate, pentahydrate) 12,5 mg; Iron (as ferrous(II)sulphate, monohydrate) 200 mg; Manganese (as manganese(II)oxide) 40 mg; Zinc (as zincoxide) 150 mg; Iodine (as calciumiodate, anhydrous) 2,0 mg; Selenium (as sodiumselenite) 0,05 mg
Technological additives: Lecithin 1.600 mg; Tocopherol extracts from vegetable oils (= natural vitamin E) 48 mg