A hypoallergenic dog food, it contains a perfect balance of calcium and phosphorus with omega 6 & 3 fatty acids. Lovejoys® provides everything your puppy will need for the best possible start in life. What's more, we don't use any artificial colours, flavours or preservatives in any of our foods. Naturally good is the way we make them and we always will.
- Additional Information
Rice, Lamb Meal, Ground Whole Barley, Pea Protein, Lamb Fat, Whole Linseed, Lamb Gravy, Alfalfa Meal, Beet Pulp, Natural Seaweed, Sodium Chloride, Minerals, Vitamins, Seaweed Oil, Chicory Extract, Potassium Chloride, Calcium Carbonate, Yucca Extract.
Minimum Levels: Lamb (26%), Rice (26%).
Nutritional Additives per kg: Antioxidants: E306/Natural Antioxidant 150mg, Vitamins: E672/Vitamin A 15.000 IU, E671/Vitamin D3 2,250 IU, E307/Vitamin E 180mg. Trace Elements: E1/Iron 50mg, E2/Iodine 1mg, E4/Copper 15mg, E5/Manganese 35mg, E6/Zinc 50mg, E8/Selenium 0.3mg.
Constituent Percentage Crude Protein 30% Fat Content 15% Crude Fibres 3% Crude Ash 9.5% Omega-6 3.65% Omega-3 2.2% Calcium 2.3% Phosphorus 1.4%
- Feeding Guide
Current weight of puppy (kg) Age of puppy 2 - 3 3 - 6 6 - 12 Grams per day (g) 1 - 2 55 - 110 50 - 60 35 - 60 2 -5 110 - 260 110 - 260 60 - 130 5- 10 260 - 410 185 - 400 130 - 230 10 - 15 400 - 560 230 - 360 15 - 20 560 - 725 360 - 470 20 - 30 470 - 755 30 - 50 + 755 - 1385+
Lovejoys® is normally fed dry, but do make sure there is always a separate bowl of water available. Alternatively it can be moistened with warm water which will bring out the ﬂavour. You can feed in one meal a day or two. If your puppy prefers two feeds a day, we recommend one third in the morning and two thirds in the evening.
See the feeding guide table for the correct amount. For puppies up to six weeks old, we recommend soaking a small amount of food in warm water to soften it ﬁrst, then gradually reduce the amount of water and introduce fresh dry kibble a little at a time.
If you are feeding Lovejoys® dry food for the first time, the best way to introduce the new food to your puppy is to start adding a small amount to their current food. Increase these amounts over the period of a week, whilst reducing the previous food until a complete change is achieved.
These guidelines are not a fixed rule. If you think your puppy needs a little longer to get used to their new food, increase the number of days over which you integrate it into their diet.
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