Optima Grain Free Complet Chicken Monoproteic 3 kg dog food

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fresh-meat.pngReality (city life, climate, ecology, water, food quality) brings troubles not only for humans but as well for our shaggy friends: especially dogs can present intolerances and allergies, which are often related to their diet. The most common sources often come from grains and animal proteins. 

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COMPLET CHICKEN MONOPROTEIC, OPTIMA GRAIN FREE DOG FOOD


Its grain free formula with one single source of animal protein makes it a food with low allergenic potential. The formula containing fresh chicken meat provides proteins of the maximum nutritional quality, which are highly digestible and appetizing.

With a single, source of animal protein (chicken) makes it an ideal food to determine the cause of allergies and to avoid its effects.

COMPOSITION:

Poultry meat (min. 14% fresh chicken before extrusion), peas, poultry fat, tapioca, potato, carob, brewer's yeast, beet pulp, apple, citrus fruits, linseed, fish oil, sodium chloride, fructooligosaccharides and mannan-oligosaccharide (FOS and MOS), alfalfa, chondroitin and glucosamine, lecithins, plant extracts of citrus fruits and rosemary, herbs (chamomile and thyme), Yucca schidigera.

TAPIOCA - Tapioca made from the South American cassava plant. The starch extracted from the root and turned into flour, pearls or pellets.

Tapioca- Nutritional Value
Tapioca does provide some B vitamins and essential fatty acids. Tapioca has a good mix of minerals, including iron and calcium. Both tapioca and potatoes contain little fat or protein. Tapioca is considered as a unique carbohydrate source in dog food, as most dogs have never had it. As a result, often tapioca is used in allergy formulas. Since tapioca is gluten-free, you might assume that would be a good choice for diabetic and overweight dogs. We are using the best for our OPTIMA GRAIN FREE DOG FOOD

RATIONING TABLE for OPTIMA GRAIN FREE DOG FOOD

DOG WEIGHT

GRAM/DAY

1 - 5 kg

45 - 80 g

5 - 10 kg

80 - 150 g

10 - 20 kg

150 - 230 g

20 - 30 kg

230 - 325 g

30 - 40 kg

325 - 425 g

40 - 50 kg

425 - 515 g

50 - 60 kg

515 - 600 g

60 - 70 kg

600 - 700 g


Nutritional Benefits

BenefitInfo
WITH FRESH CHICKEN WITH FRESH CHICKEN Made with fresh chicken and meeting the same quality controls as those for human consumption. It, therefore, provides the highest nutritional benefit and is easily digestible with exceptional flavor and appetite appeal.
0% GRAINS 0% GRAINS Dogs’ and cats’ digestive systems are not equipped to assimilate uncooked grains and, although they can digest cooked cereals, these can result in intolerances and food allergies. It is for this reason that we have completely removed all cereals from our GRAIN FREE formulas
RICH IN PROTEINS RICH IN PROTEINS With increased levels of high biological value protein that provides all the essential amino acids required for the proper development and bodily functions of dogs.
LOW CARBOHYDRATES LOW CARBOHYDRATES Low proportion of carbohydrates prepared at their ideal cooking temperature so they can be fully processed by the animal's digestive enzymes, thus avoiding the risk of allergies and digestive problems and decreasing the size of the stool.
Age Adult
Breed All
Main Ingredient Chicken
Analytical composition protein 40%, fat content 20%, crude fibre 3 percent, inorganic matter 9%, calcium 1.5%, phosphorus 1 percent, moisture 8%.
Additives/kg (E672) vitamin A 20,000 IU, (E671) vitamin D3 1,400 IU, (E3a700) vitamin E 325 IU, taurine 1,000 mg, carnitine 300 mg, omega-6 (2.9%) and omega-3 (0.5%) unsaturated fatty acids, (E4) copper 11 mg, (E5) manganese 50 mg, (E6) zinc 200 mg, (E1) iron 40 mg, (E2) iodine 4 mg, (E8) selenium 0.3 mg.
Composition With natural antioxidants from plant extracts.

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Optima Grain Free Complet Chicken Monoproteic 3 kg dog food

Optima Grain Free Complet Chicken Monoproteic 3 kg dog food

fresh-meat.pngReality (city life, climate, ecology, water, food quality) brings troubles not only for humans but as well for our shaggy friends: especially dogs can present intolerances and allergies, which are often related to their diet. The most common sources often come from grains and animal proteins. 

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