Free-Range Duck is a high-energy complete feed for active dogs. With nutritious free-range duck sourced from the German forest, this recipe is extra high in protein, fats and carbohydrates for an increased energy intake. The recipe also includes ancient grains and superfoods for an extra health boost. Perfect for active breeds and large dogs.
30% duck meat (dried and minced – corresponds to 900 g fresh duck meat per 1000 g whole food), spelt flour, ground spelt, amaranth, peas, coconut oil, whole egg, apple, 1% honey, parsley, beetroot, carrot, brewer’s yeast, parsley, rosemary, fennel, chamomile, black cumin, nettle, anise, minerals.
Nutritional additives (vitamins per kg)
Vitamin A 12,000 in. E., Vitamin D3 1 200 in. E. Vitamin E 70 mg, Vitamin B1 10 mg, Vitamin B2 10 mg, Vitamin B6 6 mg, Vitamin B12 30 mcg, Niacin 40 mg, Vitamin C 140 mg , Pantothenic acid such as Calcium D-Pantothenate 8 mg, Biotin 250 mcg, Folic Acid 2 mg.
Crude protein 25%, crude fat 12%, crude fiber 3%, crude ash 6%, calcium 1.5%, phosphorus 1%
Micronutrients per kg:
Iron as ferrous sulfate 175 mg, copper as copper (II) sulfate 10 mg/kg, manganese as, manganese (II) oxide, 20 mg/kg, zinc 125 mg/kg, iodine as calcium iodate, anhydrous 2 mg/kg, selenium 0 , 3 mg/kg.
Give your dog an amount equal to 1-1.5% of your dog’s weight. You may need to adjust the amount of food depending on activity level, breed, and age. If you are not sure how much food your dog needs, check with our food test that you can find here.
For example, for a labrador weighing 25 kg, the daily need is: 25 x 0.015 = 0.375 kg = 375 grams. That means 375 grams of feed per day.