Duck is an ideal source of proteins and is rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA), which reduce blood cholesterol levels. It’s a fantastic source of niacin (vitamin B 3), which plays an important role in metabolic processes within the body and also helps to lower blood cholesterol levels. Duck contains vitamins A and C as well as important minerals such as iron, calcium, and selenium, while pheasant is an excellent source of vitamin B12, phosphor, and selenium. The combination of duck and pheasant creates a dietetically balanced and nutritious food containing all the essential amino acids.
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duck (41%), pheasant (26%), blueberries (2%), cranberries (2%), raspberries (2%), minerals (1%), salmon oil (0.1%).
Nutritional additives per 1 kg: vitamin D3 (E671): 200 IU, zinc (E6) 15 mg, manganese (ES) 3 mg, iodine (E2) 0,75 mg.
The daily amount depends on age, size, level of activity, and environment. The recommended daily amount is shown in the feeding table. Make sure your dog has access to fresh water at all times.
|Weight (kg)||Complete Food||Complementary Food|
|1 - 25kg||200g - 400g||100g - 200g|
|> 25kg||400g - 800g||200g - 400g|