Beta Adult Chicken
Beta Adult Complete Dog Food with Chicken is 100% complete food for adult dogs to provide the nourishment they need to keep them happy and healthy.
Made with a blend of chicken as a natural source of protein, with wholesome ingredients such as wholegrain cereals to promote ideal body condition and help support your dog's systems including:
- Bones, Joints and Teeth - contains the right balance of calcium, phosphorus and vitamin D to help maintain your dog's strong bones, healthy joints and teeth;
- Digestion - recipe contains a special combination of natural fibres from chicory and beet pulp containing a source of natural prebiotic, which has been proven to help increase the number of good bacteria in the gut, improve digestive health and help improve stool quality;
- Nutrient Absorption - chewing properly helps prevent bolting of food and encourages healthy digestion by preparing the food for optimal absorption of nutrients.
Beta Adult Complete Dog Food with Chicken has been designed with a unique dual sized kibble mix prolonging your dog's feeding time, promote healthier digestion, reduce bolting and limit tartar and plaque formation.
Sizes: 2kg, 14kg
- Cereals (wholegrain 20%),
- Meat and animal derivatives (meat 14%, chicken 4%),
- Vegetable protein extracts,
- Oils and fats,
- Derivatives of vegetable origin (dried beet pulp 1.1%),
- Vegetables (dried chicory root 1.1%),
- Protein 24.0%
- Fat 12.0%
- Crude Ash 8.0%
- Crude Fibers 3.0%
Each dog is different; depending on his activity level and body condition, food amounts may need to be adjusted.
Daily feeding amounts for puppies (grams per day):
Size of dog Grams per day Normal activity
10 kg 190g 220g 15 kg 250g 285g 20 kg 305g 350g 25 kg 350g 400g
These amounts are guidelines only and to keep your dog in an ideal body condition adjust the daily amounts up or down by 10 to 15% according to your dog’s activity level, physical condition and individual needs. Clean, fresh water should be available at all times. To monitor your dog’s health, consult a veterinary surgeon regularly.