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Chudleys Working Dog Puppy Junior Dry Dog Food Chicken 12kg

Chudleys Working Dog Puppy & Junior Dry Dog Food - Chicken - 12kg

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Chudleys Working Dog Puppy & Junior Dry Dog Food is a diet developed for the next generation of working dog. Enhancing your puppy's development throughout the growing period, ensuring your puppy can fulfil his potential.

KEY BENFITS:

  • Appropriate for all sizes of working dogs
  • Ideal as puppy's first food from 2-3 weeks old, right through to adulthood*
  • Contains nutrients such as omega 3 fatty acids to help support neural development and learning
  • Natural antioxidant and herb package for health and well-being, plus prebiotics to help support gut health and development
  • Wheat gluten free recipe
  • Provides moderate energy levels to encourage growth

* The age at which a puppy reaches adulthood will depend on breed

Contetnts: 12kg 

Advisory

Fresh drinking water should always be availiable.

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Our 4 month old Labrador loves this food. The only issue is that he suffers from a high degree of flatulence.

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Age (Months) <1 1-2 2-4 4-6 6-8 8-10 10-12 12-18
Adult Size Daily Requirement    
Small (5-10kg) <25g

75-

130g

130-

150g

 150-

155g

 140-

150g

   
Medium (10-25kg) <30g

100-

175g 

175-

285g 

270-

285g 

260-

270g 

 260-

270g

  
Large (25-45kg) <35g

130-

220g

 220-

320g

 320-

400g

400-

410g 

395-

410g 

 380-

395g

 
Very Large (45kg+) <45g

150-

335g

 335-

465g

 465-

530g

530-

610g 

585-

610g 

540-

585g 

540-

550g

Introduce the diet gradually over a period of 5 - 7 days. The food should be mixed with hot water and stirred until a gruel is formed. Care should be taken to ensure that all puppies in the litter get an equal share. Once weaned, the food can be fed dry or moistened with water or gravy to the consistency that your puppy prefers.

The total amount to be fed each day should be divided into 6 meals a day up to 2 months of age, 4 meals from 2 - 3 months and gradually reduced to 2 meals per day thereafter. Feed sufficient to maintain steady growth, allowing weight gain to match skeletal development. Do not allow any change in diet to coincide with weaning or moving to a new home.

You should only feed sufficient amounts to maintain condition depending upon the level of activity enjoyed by and the conformation of your puppy. Do not attempt to grow your puppy too fast. As your puppy gets older, to help to maintain and control his weight to the optimum for his breed and size the diet should be fed in conjunction with a steady and regular exercise programme. 

Composition: 

Poultry meal (min 14% chicken and 14% duck), Whole grain maize, Prairie meal, Whole grain barley, Chicken fat, Whole grain oats, Hydrolysed chicken proteins, Peas, Unmolassed beet pulp, Full fat linseed, Egg powder, Salmon oil (source of omega 3 fatty acids), Yeast (source of mannan oligosaccharides, 2,000mg/kg), Minerals, Seaweed, Marine Algae (source of omega 3 fatty acid DHA), Glucosamine, Green-lipped Mussel, Oregano, Pomegranate, Rosemary, Blackcurrant, Rosehip, Spinach, Rapeseed oil, Yucca Schidigera, Beetroot.

Analytical Contstituents: 

  • Protein 28.0%
  • Fat Content 14.0%
  • Crude Fibres 2.75%
  • Crude Ash 6.0%
I have a three month old springer spaniel. He has been on chudley''s puppy/junior. At what age /weight does he progress to another product and should it be chudley''s?
Springers are a medium breed dog, medium dogs normally transition from puppy food to adult food at 12 months. If you want to consider transitioning earlier then we would recommend speaking to your vet first. You do not have to keep the dog on chudley's however if he is thriving on it there is no need to change, if you have any concerns then we would suggest speaking with your vet before changing and always transition the change gradually.
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