Compy Supreme Senior-Light

Compy Supreme Senior-Light rich in fresh Chicken, brown Rice and with Barley. Complete food for adult dogs of small breeds at senior age and/or overweight dogs.
1,5 kg


Coat and skin
Natural defense
Fresh salmon (20%), dehydrated chicken proteins, brown rice (min. 14%), maize protein, hydrolyzed whole barley (min. 10%), maize, tapioca, hydrolyzed animal proteins, beet pulp, dehydrated poultry proteins, poultry fat, fish oil (min. 1%), dried egg (1%), fructooligosaccharides (min. 1%), brewer's yeast, lignocellulose, minerals, seaweed meal source of DHA (min. 0.25%), dried Marigold flower (0.1%), yeast cell walls (MOS: 135mg/kg).
Protein 30%
Fat content 12%
Crude fibre 3.8%
Inorganic matter 6.5%
Nutritional additives: Vitamin A: 27,000IU, Vitamin D3: 1,350IU, Vitamin E: 450mg, Vitamin C: 225mg, Vitamin B6/pyridoxine hydrochloride: 54mg, Biotin: 18mg, Beta-Carotene: 31.5mg, L-Carnitine: 400mg, Taurine: 1,350mg, Iron (iron (II) sulphate monohydrate): 54mg, Zinc (zinc sulphate monohydrate): 90mg, Zinc (zinc chelate of amino acids hydrate): 36mg, Manganese (manganous sulphate monohydrate): 31.5mg, Manganese (manganese chelate of amino acids hydrate): 4.5mg, Copper (copper sulphate pentahydrate): 6.3mg, Copper (cooper chelate of amino acids hydrate): 2.7mg, Iodine (coated granulated calcium iodate anhydrous): 1.35mg, Selenium (sodium selenite): 0.18mg.

Antioxidants, preservatives.

The total daily ration to be given to adult dogs according to their body weight and physiological status is indicated in the feeding table. Because dogs have a great appetite and are able to eat the recommended daily amount at one time, it is not advisable to provide the food of choice, as they could suffer an unwanted weight gain.
Weight of adult dog (kg) Light Senior
Daily ration (g)
1 to 2 20 - 40 25 - 45
2 to 3 40 - 55 45 - 60
3 to 4 55 - 65 60 - 70
4 to 5 65 - 80 70 - 85
5 to 6 80 - 90 85 - 95
6 to 7 90 - 100 95 - 105
7 to 8 100 - 110 105 - 120
8 to 9 110 - 120 120 - 130
9 to 10 120 - 130 130 - 140

A good way to control your dog's intake is to give him 2 meals at regular intervals every day, establishing a routine of meals at the same time. The recommended daily amounts may vary depending on breed, activity and environmental conditions, and it may be necessary to adjust that amount.
A change of diet
Some dogs are very sensitive to the change of feeding and rejections of the new food can occur and even diarrhea or vomiting if the change is made abruptly. Therefore, when you change from one product to another, remember to gradually reduce the old food while increasing the new one for 1 week, until it becomes the exclusive diet.