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      Vet Line Dog Monoproteic Growth Buffalo 3 Kg
      Vet Line Dog Monoproteic Growth Buffalo 3 Kg

      Vet Line Dog Monoproteic Growth Buffalo 3 Kg

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      Complete food for growing dogs suffering from food intolerances.

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      Composition: Buffalo meat 30% (of which dehydrated meat 22%, fresh meat 8%), rice (20%), pea starch, peas, oils and fats, field beans, flax seeds (3%), potatoes, pulp dried beetroot, officinal herbs (0.5%) ( Flax, Nettle Folia, Fenugreek, Brewer's yeast, Acerola, Fucus, Garlic ), minerals.

      Analytical components: Moisture 8%, proteins 28%, oils and fats 15%, crude ash 8.4%, crude fiber 2.9%, calcium 1.6%, phosphorus 1.25%, Omega 3 0.9%, Omega 6 3.2%.

      Additives per Kg - Nutritional additives: 3a672a Vitamin A 18500 IU, Vitamin D3 1250 IU, 3a700 Vitamin E (tralfa.toc.ac.) 155 mg, E4 cupric sulphate pentahydrate 63 mg, E1 ferrous carbonate 66 mg, E5 manganous oxide 83 mg , 3b605 zinc sulfate monohydrate 198 mg, 3b201 potassium iodide 1.6 mg, E8 sodium selenite 0.35 mg.

      How to use: in the event of a change in diet it is recommended to administer the new food gradually. It can be served dry or in addition to "Moist with herbs". Always leave water available.

      Vitamins and trace elements are in bioavailable protected form. It does not contain artificial colors or flavorings. Preserved with natural antioxidants. Metabolizable energy per Kg: 3800 Kcal

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