Burns Pouches Penlan Fish, Vegetables & Brown Rice
Burns Pouches Penlan Fish Brown Rice & Vegetables
is a complete moist food for dogs. The Burns Penlan Farm range is our signature moist food range. Containing all the nutrients a dog needs for a healthy life, the range is modelled on high-quality ingredients sourced from sustainable and ethical sources. Many of the eggs and vegetables that go into the range are sourced from our own farm which the product is named after.Ideal for Dogs Prone to Allergies and AilmentsPenlan Moist Food is hypo-allergenic, formulated without wheat or soya and contains no artificial preservatives or chemicals. The range is ideal for dogs prone to common ailments such as itchy skin, excess moulting, waxy ears, tear staining and full anal glands.Available Sizes:
White Fish (Min 25%), Seasonal Vegetables (Min 25%), Organic Brown Rice (Min 12%), Fish Oil, Minerals and Sunflower Oil
As a natural product the consistency of Burns Penlan Range may change from time to time. Any variation in the consistency of our Penlan pouches is due to natural variation in the raw ingredients. Please be assured that this is normal and the ingredients themselves have not changed.
Crude Protein 6.4%, Crude Oil & Fats 1.55%, Crude Fibre 0.4%, Crude Ash 1.8%, Moisture 77%.
Vitamins: Vitamin A 6250 IU/kg, Vitamin D3 625 IU/kg, Vitamin E 40 IU/kg.
Trace Elements: Zinc sulphate monohydrate 33mg, Iron sulphate monohydrate 11mg, Copper sulphate pentahydrate 4.5mg, Calcium iodate anhydrous 2mg, Sodium selenite 0.096mg.
Feeding Guide: Fish, Vegetables & Brown Rice
BODY WEIGHT APPROX DAILY AMOUNT Moist food only Mixing moist food and complete dry food Moist Food Dry Food Moist Food 10kg 260g - 400g 65g - 70g 100g - 130g 20kg 530g - 800g 130g - 150g 130g - 200g 30kg 800g - 1200g 230g - 250g 130g - 200g
Feeding amounts depend on the amount of exercise, age, breed, environmental factors an individual variation. The chart above can be used as a general guide, together with good sense and experience. For overweight dogs, daily amounts should be based on target weight not actual weight.