Pero’s Grain Free Puppy and Junior recipe is a complete balanced pet food made up of over 50% wild ocean fish meat as a single source protein. It has been specially formulated to deliver all the nutrition your new friend needs at this important stage of its growth.
The kibble size ensures it is easily digested allowing the optimum levels of protein and fat to assist with a healthy, consistent growth pattern. This formula is very rich in omega 3 fatty acids to help promote healthy skin and a glossy coat.
Single source protein (fish) and carbohydrates (sweet potato) means this is one of the most simple, easily digestible, grain free diets available. Pero does NOT use any artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
Herring Meal (25%), Fresh salmon (22%), Sweet Potato (19%), Potato Flakes, Peas, Salmon Oil (3.5%), Alfalfa, Minerals, Salmon Digest, Yeasts, Linseed, Prebiotic MOS, Prebiotic FOS, Yucca Extract, Glucosamine, Chondroitin, Cranberry
Vitamins: Vitamin A 24,000 IU, Vitamin D3 2,450 IU, Vitamin E 245 IU.
Trace Elements: Zinc chelate of amino acid hydrate 333mg, Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate 78mg, Cupric Sulphate Pentahydrate 40mg, Calcium Iodate 2.46 mg/kg, Selenised Yeast (inactivated) 87mg.
Antioxidant: Rosemary Extract
Crude Protein 29%,
Fat Content 12%,
Inorganic Matter 7.5%,
Crude Fibres 3%
Adult weight and grams per day
Please note, quality dog food means quality ingredients, therefore you may notice that not as much food is required as some other dog foods.
1-4kg...............35-110 grams per day
5-10kg............90-180 grams per day
10-20kg...........180-300 grams per day
20-30kg...........300-380 grams per day
30-40kg..........380-420 grams per day
40kg+ .............420+ grams per day
These guidelines should be adapted to take into account breed, age, temperament and the activity level of the dog. Please ensure a bowl of fresh water is always available
Changing to a Different Dog Food, should be done Gradually
- Days 1-2: During the first couple of days of starting a new food, mix 75 percent old with 25 percent new food. You want to feed these two together, not separated. Examine the feeding guidelines on the new bag of food.
- Days 3-4: If you notice that your dog has loose stools or an upset stomach after the first two days, continue to feed less of the new stuff before increasing the percentage. In the case that they seem to be okay, change the percentage to 50 percent old and 50 percent new.
- Days 5-6: At this point, you can change the percentage to 25 percent old and 75 percent new. Always look for signs of an upset stomach so you can slow the transition if needed.
- Day 7: You can now start feeding your dog 100 percent of the new dog food.
If you have more than one dog, I highly suggest feeding them separately or watching the dogs finish their meal. If one finishes his food and there are leftovers, pick up the bowl and keep it out of reach of both dogs to ensure they are eating the correct food.