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BETA Light is crammed full of scrumptious turkey, specially designed to provide complete nutrition whilst containing 30% less fat than standard BETA Adult. Contains all the good things your dog needs to stay in top condition, such as chicory, a natural prebiotic which aids the balance of friendly bacteria in your dog’s stomach keeping them healthy and happy. To boot, BETA uniquely designed kibbles encourage chewing, which increases nutrient absorption and reduces tartar. As well as turkey, a great low fat source of muscle promoting protein, BETA Light includes a balance of wholegrain cereals to help your dog achieve and maintain an ideal weight.
Ingredients: Cereals (Wholegrain 52%), Meat and Animal Derivatives (16%), Derivatives of Vegetable Origin (2% Dried Beet Pulp, 0.07% Dried Parsley), Oils and Fats, Vegetable Protein Extracts, Minerals, Vegetables (1.1% Dried Chicory Root, 0.07% Dried Carrot, 0.07% Dried Spinach).
Additives: Nutritional additives: IU/kg: Vit A : 18 900; Vit D3 : 1 100; mg/kg: Fe (E1): 77;I (E2): 1.9; Cu (E4): 8.7; Mn (E5): 5.9; Zn (E6): 140; Se (E8): 0.19. With antioxidants.
Analytical Constituents: Protein: 25.0%. Fat content : 8.0%. Crude ash: 8.0%. Crude fibres: 3.0 %.
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BETA Turkey Light Adult Dog Food
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