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Hills Science Plan Large Breed Adult Chicken Dry Dog Food is precisely balanced nutrition for optimal joint and muscle support, for large dogs with Chicken is formulated for optimal joint and muscle support, for large dogs. With clinically proven antioxidants, glucosamine and chondrotin from natural sources.
It is recommended for Adult dogs, weighing 25kg or more, from 1 year until 5 years old.
with Chicken: Maize, wheat, chicken (20%) and turkey meal, animal fat, soybean meal, digest, maize gluten meal, soybean oil, dried beet pulp, minerals, flaxseed, brewers' rice, vitamins, trace elements, cartilage hydrolysate (source of chondroitin sulphate), crustacean shell hydrolysate (source of glucosamine). With a natural antioxidant (mixed tocopherols).
As fed: Calcium 0.79%, carbohydrate (NFE) 48.2%, Fat 15%, Fibre (crude) 1.7%, L-Carnitine 325 mg/kg, Magnesium 0.11%, Omega-3 fatty acids 0.46%, Omega-6 fatty acids 3.5%, Phosphorus 0.64%, Potassium 0.69%, Protein 21.8%, Sodium 0.28%, Vitamin A 7167 IU/kg, Vitamin D 732 IU/kg.
|Body Weight kg||Dry grams|
|25||285 - 390|
|30||325 - 445|
|40||400 - 555|
|50||475 - 655|
|60||545 - 750|
|70||610 - 845|
|80 +||10 per kg|
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Hills Science Plan Large Breed Adult Chicken Dry Dog Food
£14.09 to £91.75
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