WAGG COMPLETE PUPPY 2KG

WAGG COMPLETE PUPPY 2KG
WAGG COMPLETE PUPPY 2KG
WAGG COMPLETE PUPPY 2KG
WAGG COMPLETE PUPPY 2KG

NRG Pet Supplies

£4.05 
SKU: 5013919000776
Availability: 1 in stock

These crunchy kibbles have been formulated to help give your puppy the best start in life. Containing added Omega 3 and a blend of other vitamins and minerals to help support your puppy’s health, we also add citrus extracts and nucleotides to encourage a strong immune system.

 

DIGESTIVE HEALTH
Contains probiotic MOS to support the population of healthy bacteria within the gut.

HELPS REDUCE ODOUR
Contains an extract from the yucca plant thought to help reduce flatulent odours.

NO ADDED SUGAR
We do not add any sugar to our Wagg complete kibbles.

IMMUNE SYSTEM SUPPORT
Contains citrus extracts to help support a healthy immune system.

HEALTHY DEVELOPMENT
Marine sourced Omega 3 fatty acids to help support your puppy’s health and development.

NO ARTIFICIAL COLOURS OR FLAVOURS
We do not add any artificial colours or flavours to our foods.


COMPOSITION

30% Meat Meal & Gravy*(with min 4% Chicken**), Whole Grain Wheat, Maize, Vegetable Fibre, Maize Protein, 3% Chicken Fat* (source of Omega 6), Beet, Salmon Oil (source of Omega 3), Minerals & Vitamins, Chicory Root (1000 mg/kg as a source of FOS), Yucca (150 mg/kg), * min 40g hydrated animal ingredients with ** min 18% Chicken.


ADDITIVES (PER KG)

Vitamin A 14,000 iu, Vitamin D3 1,400 iu, Vitamin E 140 mg, Vitamin C 50 mg, Zinc (Zinc Oxide) 75 mg, Manganese (Manganous Oxide) 50 mg, Zinc (Zinc Chelate of Amino Acids Hydrate) 25mg, Copper (Copper Sulphate Pentahydrate) 10 mg, Iodine (Calcium Iodate Anhydrous) 2 mg, Selenium (Sodium Selenite) 0.1 mg. Antioxidant, Preservative.


ANALYTICAL CONSTITUENTS

Protein 28%

Fat Content 11%

Crude Fibre 3%

Crude Ash 8.5%

Omega 3, 0.7%

Omega 6, 1.9%

 

Puppy feeding guide

Wagg Puppy with Chicken is a complete pet food suitable for all puppies from 4 weeks old both during and after weaning. Ideally puppies should not be fully weaned before 60 days old and should remain with their mothers for this time.

If possible feed growing puppies from 4 weeks onwards to appetite (alongside their mother’s milk), feeding meals little and often 3-4 times per day. To introduce Wagg Puppy we recommend moistening the food with warm water. Gradually reduce the amount of added liquid over time until your puppy is eating solid food. At 6 months old meals can be reduced to 2 times per day.

For large and extra-large breed puppies aim for slow and steady growth (reaching adult size can take longer for these breeds).

If your puppy shows signs of becoming overweight, decrease the amount fed to keep your puppy in trim and active condition. It is important for your puppy’s health not to let them become over weight, consult a veterinarian if you are concerned about their weight.

Ensure clean, fresh drinking water is available to your puppy at all times.

DAILY FEEDING GUIDE

PUPPY’S EXPECTED ADULT WEIGHT (KG) SMALL 5-10KG MEDIUM 10-20KG LARGE 20-40KG X-LARGE 40KG-50KG
1-3 MONTH OLD 75G – 190G 100G – 450G 200G – 620G 300G – 550G
3-6 MONTH OLD 120G - 250G 200G – 550G 450G – 850G 550G – 950G
6-12 MONTH OLD 135G – 220G 250G – 500G 550G – 750G 700G – 800G
1-2 YEAR OLD (LARGE BREED DOG) ADULT FEEDING ADULT FEEDING ADULT FEEDING

650G – 720G

 

BODY CONDITION SCORE

Ensuring your dog is at an optimal body weight is an essential part of maintaining good health. The following Body Condition Score chart is based on a 1-5 point scale: (1 = emaciated and 5 = obese).

This chart is a useful technique to assess the condition of your dog, it is however, only intended to be used as a guide, if your dog does not fall into the ‘ideal’ range we suggest you consult your vet for further advice.



1. EMACIATED
Easily visible ribs, lower back and pelvic bones. No visible covering of fat, obvious waist and abdominal tuck. Absence of any muscle mass.


2. THIN
Easily felt ribs, minimum covering of fat, waist easily noted when viewed from above and visible abdominal tuck.


3. IDEAL
Ribs felt but without excess fat covering, waist noted behind ribs when viewed from above. Abdomen tucked up when viewed from the side.


4. OVERWEIGHT
Ribs felt but with an excess covering of fat. Waist still observed from above but not as prominent. Abdominal tuck may be absent.


5. OBESE
Ribs not easily felt under a large covering of fat. Waist and abdominal tuck not discernible. Fat deposits on lower back and base of tail. May observe signs of obvious abdominal distention.