Indian people are becoming more attached to their pets and often find animals such as dogs and cats as part of their family and respect them. Expenditure on pet care products especially pet health and dietary supplements is constantly increasing
The pet owner’s have gained a better understanding of their pet’s nutritional needs They have realized that their pets need more protein and vitamins than human beings. Growth in pet population drives the overall pet care market and has created opportunities in both domestic and international market to offer products which are focused on general well being, healthy growth and other accessories for the pets
We all know that dogs have bundles of energy,enthusiasm and excitement and need daily exercise. Products designed for increased working efficiency are also available as treats.
Feed as a training aid or treat should be restricted to less than 10% of the total daily diet of a dog.
Fresh and clean water should always be available to your dog
Daily exercise for 1/2 to 1 and half hour is a must for their physical activity. Senior dogs should be fed according to their age and weight.
Vitamin A and carotenoids are there to keep vision longer and clearer.lnulin helps to regulate digestive system.
1-carnitine helps to to burn extra body fat.
Crude Protein (min) 24 % Fats/ Oil (max) 9% ,Crude Fiber(max) 6%, Moisture (max) 20%, Metabolisable Energy 3820kcal/kg.
Wheat, tapioca, milk powder, chicken powder, meat meal, glycerin, sugar, chicory root extract, sodium erythropobate, sodium meta bisulphate and preservatives.
Small Dogs (1 – 5kg) 1 – 2 treats
Medium Dogs (5 – 10kg) 2 – 3 treats
Large Dogs (10 – 20kg) 3 – 5 treats