Purina BETA Adult With Chicken
That is why our Purina BETA tailored nutrition for adult dogs includes essential vitamin and minerals to support healthy bones, and high levels of protein and fat to support muscle maintenance. It is also formulated with selected natural ingredients and natural prebiotics to support digestive health - whilst also helping to keep your adventurous dog feeling great all day long!
And all this without including any added artificial colours, flavours and preservatives.
IU / kg:
Vit. A: 21 000
Vit. D3: 1 200
Vit E: 100
mg / kg:
Ferrous sulphate monohydrate: (Fe: 86);
Calcium iodate anhydrous: (I: 2.2);
Cupric sulphate pentahydrate: (Cu: 9.5);
Manganous sulphate monohydrate: (Mn: 6.5);
Zinc sulphate monohydrate: (Zn: 120);
Sodium selenite: (Se: 0.21);
Fat content: 13.0%,
Crude ash: 7.5%
Crude fibres: 3.0%
Omega 3 fatty acids: 0.12%
Omega 6 fatty acids: 2.5%
Daily feeding amounts for adult maintenance (grams per day):
Feeding Guide: See table for recommended daily feeding amounts. These amounts are guidelines only. Adjust quantities according to your dog’s activity level, physical condition and individual needs. Clean, fresh water should be available at all times.
To monitor your dog’s health, consult a veterinary surgeon regularly.
Introduce BETA gradually over 7 days
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We know dogs are happiest and healthiest when they’re free to live a life unleashed, exploring the world, and having fun. Being #realdogs. To help you Free the Real Dog Inside, we’ve created six inspiring examples of #realdogs and what gets their tails wagging.
Meet Lola - The Foodie
It’s so important that you recognise the dog inside, and Lola’s a Foodie, no doubt! She sniffs everything, and she has to know where everything is. She explores the world by mouthing, tasting, and nosing at what she finds. As we live in the county, there is so much for her to experience and to try and she loves it. She’s also a working Fire & Rescue Dog, but because she’s such a foodie, I avoid treats when we’re training – or her mind will only be on the food!”
Lindsey, from Preston