A complete Lamb & Rice dog food for puppies is a wholesome, natural hypo-allergenic dog food. Helps loose bowels and calms itchy, irritated skin and coat....further informationProduct description
A complete Lamb & Rice dog food for puppies is a wholesome, natural hypo-allergenic dog food. Helps loose bowels and calms itchy, irritated skin and coat.Regular feeding with lamb and rice has always been the traditional way to calm a dog's digestion and help avoid allergic skin irritation. James Wellbeloved Puppy Lamb & Rice is a pure, natural, complete dry food of succulent lamb and brown rice. Barley is also added as a source of fibre and seaweed, alfalfa and yucca all bring health benefits.
James Wellbeloved Puppy Lamb & Rice is a completely balanced dog food made of natural, wholesome ingredients that are specially selected to provide the nutritional goodness your pet needs:
James Wellbeloved avoids using many of the ingredients renowned for causing food intolerances. This means James Wellbeloved cat and dog food and treats do not contain beef, pork, wheat or wheat gluten, dairy products, eggs or soya.
WHAT MAKES YOUR PUPPY FOOD SUITABLE FOR MY PUPPY?
Everything. We want the very best for your puppy. That's why our puppy food contains higher levels of protein and fat to support growth and the right amounts of calcium and phosphorus for their growing bones. The kibbles are smaller too, to suit smaller mouths.
WHEN SHOULD I START TO FEED MY PUPPY JAMES WELLBELOVED PUPPY FOOD?
Our puppy foods are suitable for feeding from 6-8 weeks.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PUPPY AND JUNIOR FOOD?
Puppy and junior food are both formulated for growing dogs. All puppies once weaned at around 6-7 weeks should be fed on James Wellbeloved puppy food. Depending on the adult size of the dog your puppy may benefit from being fed a junior food designed as a follow on food or medium and large breed dogs. It's all to do with the age at which dogs mature. For example small dogs will be mature at 6 months and can gradually move onto their own small breed adult food then; whilst large dogs will continue to grow well into their second year and will benefit from being fed a large breed junior food. Check out our feeding guides for more details.
HOW DO I KNOW WHEN MY PUPPY IS A 'GROWN UP' DOG?
The age of maturity for dogs is related to their adult size. So your small terrier will be a grown up at around 6 months whilst a Great Dane will not mature until it is over 18 months old. It's important to provide the puppy and junior foods your dog needs to ensure the correct rate of growth and a healthy adult life. Check out our feeding guides for more details.
WHEN SHOULD I WEAN MY PUPPY?
From around 2-3 weeks puppies can be offered small amounts of kibble moistened in warm water several times a day. Gradually reduce the liquid until the puppies are fully weaned. All moist food should be replaced on a regular basis.
WHY IS A NATURAL DIET A GREAT CHOICE FOR MY DOG?
Inspired by nature, our wholesome, tasty recipes will keep your dog full of energy and loving life for years to come. And while you can feel good about giving them nature's best, they'll enjoy:
DO I NEED TO BUY WET DOG FOOD AS WELL AS DRY?
Our dry dog food is complete and balanced, so there is no need to add wet, however your dog may prefer the addition of our wet food. So feel free to mix them together to add to their enjoyment. For advice on what quantities to feed them, see our feeding guides.
Additives per kg:
Antioxidants: E306/Natural Antioxidant, 187 Mg, Vitamins: E672/Vitamin A, 15000 Iu,E671/Vitamin D3, 1400 Iu, Trace Elements: E1/Iron, 133 Mg, E2/Iodine, 3.3 Mg, E4/Copper, 20 Mg, E5/Manganese, 40 Mg, E6/Zinc, 385 Mg, E8/Selenium, 0.44 Mg.
|omega-3 fats||1.5 %|
|omega-6 fats||1.4 %|
|Breed Type||Etd. adult body weight (kg)||2 months||3 months||4 months||5 months||6 months||over 6 months|
|Toy e.g. Yorkshire Terrier||2 - 4 kg||50 - 80 g||55 - 95 g||60 - 100 g||60 - 100 g||55 - 95 g||Change to ADULT|
|Small e.g. Westie||6 - 10 kg||110 - 155 g||125 - 185 g||135 - 195 g||135 - 195 g||130 - 190 g||Change to ADULT|
|Medium e.g. Border Collie||12 - 22 kg||170 - 245 g||210 - 320 g||225 - 345 g||225 - 345 g||220 - 340 g||Change to JUNIOR|
|Large e.g. Labrador||24 - 40 kg||260 - 345 g||340 - 475 g||365 - 530 g||370 - 540 g||365 - 530 g||Change to JUNIOR|
|Giant e.g. Saint Bernard||45 - 90 kg||360- 555 g||500 - 810 g||570 - 910 g||585 - 960 g||580 - 970 g||Change to JUNIOR|