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jwb all dogs duck & rice kibble

JWB All Dogs Duck & Rice Kibble

53Puppy 15kg£69.99 Buy
49Junior 15kg£69.99 Buy
3409Adult 2kg£14.99 Buy
25Adult 7.5kg£42.99 Buy
23Adult 15kg£76.90 Buy
3413Senior 2kg£14.99 Buy
58Senior 7.5kg£42.99 Buy
57Senior 15kg£69.99 Buy
1583Large Breed Adult 15kg£69.99 Buy

Product Details

Complete balanced dog food

The combination of rich meat goodness of duck, with wholesome brown rice and energy packed organic oats.

Hypo-allergenic to help stop loose digestion and soothe skin irritation.

Gentle on your dog's digestion.

With organic oats for energy.

Delicious and crunchy, smothered in duck gravy.

British made for freshness and quality.

3 pack sizes: Available in 2kg bags, 7.5kg and 15kg sacks.

5 varieties: Adult Maintenance, Large Kibble - Adult, Puppy/Performance, Junior/Performance and Senior/Light (8+ years).


INGREDIENTS: Rice, duck meat meal, organic oats, duck gravy, whole linseed, duck fat, alfalfa, natural seaweed, sodium chloride, calcium carbonate,
D,L-methionine, lysine hydrochloride, threonine, zinc methionate.

CONTAINS: Min. 27% duck, min. 27% rice, min.12% organic oats.

TYPICAL ANALYSIS: Protein 21%, Oil 10%, Fibre 4%, Ash 7.5%, Vitamin A 10,000 i.u./kg., Vitamin D3 1,500 i.u./kg. Vitamin E (Alpha-tocopherol acetate) 150 mg/kg. Copper (cupric sulphate) 15 mg/kg. With antioxidants: natural vitamin E and vitamin C.

How to feed:
The recommended daily serving is only a guide as requirements vary considerably from dog to dog. Feed in one meal per day, or ideally divide into two meals using one
third in the morning and two thirds in the evening. Duck & Rice Kibble can be fed
wet or dry.

Always supply plenty of clean fresh drinking water at all times.

When switching from canned food, mix into the Duck & Rice Kibble a small amount
of the usual canned food, reducing that amount to nothing within 7 days. Since the
food contains no soya, it does not swell up when wetted inside your dog's stomach,
unlike many other dry foods. For better dental and oral hygiene, either feed dry or
wet without leaving the food to soak. For more tender teeth or gums, soak the kibble
until soft before feeding.