Burns Sensitive Senior and Adult Dry Dog Food - Fish & Wholegrain Maize
Made with a novel carbohydrate source and high-quality, highly digestible fish protein, Sensitive Fish is ideal for dogs with sensitive skin and digestion. Formulated without ingredients that commonly cause food intolerances such as wheat, soya, dairy, artificial colours and artificial preservatives, this Sensitive diet naturally helps to maintain healthy skin and coat and digestion. Wholegrain Maize is a novel carbohydrate, it is highly digestible and a great source of Omega 6 fatty acids.
- Made with natural ingredients
- Developed by Veterinary Surgeon John Burns
- Enriched with Omega fatty acids
- Contains wholegrain maize - a novel carbohydrate
- Supports healthy skin and coat, supple joints and immune system
- Suitable for sensitive dogs
- Low daily feeding costs
Composition: Wholegrain maize (73%), fish meal (18%), peas, salmon oil, sunflower oil, seaweed, minerals.
Analytical Constituents: Crude Protein: 18.5%, Crude Fat: 7.5%, Crude Fibre: 2.5%, Crude Ash: 7%, Copper: 17mg/kg, Sodium: 0.3%, Calcium: 1.2%, Phosphorus: 0.85%, Magnesium: 0.12%, Potassium: 0.5%, Omega-6 Fatty Acids: 1.5%, Omega-3 Fatty Acids: 0.45%.
Nutritional Additives (per kg): Vitamin A: 25000 IU, Vitamin D3: 2000 IU, Vitamin E: 100 IU, Taurine: 1000mg.
Trace Elements: Copper (Copper (II) Chelate Of Amino Acids Hydrate): 12mg, Iodine (Calcium Iodate Anhydrous): 1mg, Manganese (Manganous Chelate Of Amino Acids Hydrate): 20mg, Zinc (Zinc Chelate Of Amino Acids Hydrate): 50mg, Selenium (3b8.11, Selenised Yeast Inactivated): 0.2mg.
Technological Additives: Antioxidants (Mixed Tocopherols).
- Adult & Senior Dogs
- Adult: 10g per 1kg of body weight per day
- Senior: 8g per 1kg of body weight per day
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Great for older dogsI am so happy with the product 10 out of 10 helped my dogs so much
Our 15 yr old staffie loves it!Great value for a great product. Reliable company.
Poorly tummyOne of my dogs has been very poorly with Pancreatitis. I can now slowly introduce a little dry food again, but she must have a low fat food. She has been having just a few nuggets of Burns at each meal, and seems to enjoy it. She is doing well.