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K9 Rawsome - Ocean to Downunder (AAFCO) - 700g

Ocean To Dowununder is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profile for (all life stages) Growth and Maintenance.

 

No Preservatives, No Gluten, No Corn, No Rice, No egg

Limited Ingredients and Packed with Antioxidants

NO EGG added for dogs who may be allergic

 

Beneficial for:

  • ideal for blood circulation
  • acts as a detoxifier
  • Ideal for the skin and coat
  • Ideal for dogs with allergies (even severe allergies)
  • acts as an anti-inflammatory
  • ideal for the brain – making it a perfect item for growing/developing puppies and senior dogs too

 

Limited Ingredients:

Kangaroo, Wild Sardines, Lamb Tripe, Carrot, Lamb Liver, Blueberries, Cottage Cheese, Organic Seaweed, Organic Calcium, Omega 3,6 9, Sea Salt, Parsley, Ginger, Mint, Garlic, Probiotic, Organic Kelp.

 

Nutritional Information - As fed

Protein              18.21%

Fat                        2.58%

Carbohydrate     1.90%

Fibre                    0.31%

Moisture           75.03%

Ash                      2.06%

K9 Rawsome - Ocean to Downunder (AAFCO) - 700g

$18.00Price
  • ADULT FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS - How many grams?

    • 2% of current weight -    weight loss
    • 2.5% of current weight - keep current weight
    • 3% of current weight -    weight gain

     

    PUPPY FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS - How many grams?

    You will need to adjust to the puppy’s individual requirements.

    • Low-energy breeds may require a lower maintenance percentage
    • High-energy breeds may require a higher maintenance percentage.
    • Large puppies are still developing past 12 months
    • XL Breed puppies that will grow past 45 kilos as adults, are still growing - 18 months

     An average daily intake as listed below of your puppy's weight, across three meals a day, until they are six months of age.

    Puppy’s Age Ongoing Maintenance Percentage
       
    4-6 Months 6-8%
    6-8 Months 4-5%
    8-12 Months 2.5 - 4%

     

    From 6 months of age, 2 meals a day, until they are 1 year old. 

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