Robbies Brown Rice with Salmon
Available in 150g packs and 2.5kg bags up to 10kg.
[Begin Block]Composition: Broccoli, Brown Rice, Carrots, green beans, Oats, Oregano, Parsley, Pearl rice, Peas, Sage, Salmon, Salmon oil, Seaweed, Spearmint, Spinach, Sunflower Oil, Thyme, Vitamins and Minerals.
Additives (per kg)
Nutritional Additives: Vitamin A 21,000 iu, Vitamin D3 1,200 iu, Vitamin E 336 mg, Vitamin C 45 mg.
Trace elements: Zinc chelate of amino acid hydrate 200 mg, Iron sulphate monohydrate 80 mg, Zinc oxide 58 mg, Manganese oxide 24 mg, Copper sulphate pentahydrate 12 mg, Sodium selenite 0.27 mg.
Antioxidants: a natural blend of mixed tocopherol and rosemary extract
Chemical preservaties, Synthetic colours, Synthetic flavours.
Sugar beet pulp (scrap from sugar industry).
Vegetable protein isolate (potato protein extract).
All unhealthy and Gluten grains; Wheat, Barley, Corn and Rye.[End Block]
[Begin Block]Crude Protein 21%
Crude Fibres 2.5%
Crude Oils and Fats 6.8%
Crude Ash 7%[End Block]
Amounts to feed
Amounts may vary depending on age, exercise, and other factors like age. Young dogs will require more while older dogs less.
European Pet Food Industry Federation suggest that an adult dog should be fed 18 – 19g of food per kilogram of body weight.
At Land Of Holistic Pets our experience is that 10 – 12g of food is a more appropriate quantity to feed adult dogs. Some dogs may require more but if neutered may well require less.
A supply of fresh clean water (preferably bottled or filtered) should always be available.
Read our FAQ’s regarding the Fussy Eater or the Hungry or Greedy Dog.[End Block]
Cost of feeding
[Begin Block]It is useful to understand how much it costs to feed your dog.
|Robbie’s Lamb||Amount to feed||Cost per day|
|Dog weight||Based on 10kg bag|
|5 – 10kg||50 – 100g||0.24p – 0.48p|
|10 – 20kg||100 – 200g||0.48 – 0.96p|
|20 – 30kg||200 – 300g||0.96 – £1.44|
|30 – 40kg||300 – 400g||£1.44 – £1.92|
|Above based on experience rather that on EPFIF guidelines||Above based on experience rather that on EPFIF guidelines|