Compy Junior Chicken and Rice

Compy Junior rich in Chicken and Rice. Complete food for puppies of medium and large breeds.
Formato: 
4 kg y 10 kg

AIDS:

Strong bones
Healthy and shiny coat
Cell protection
Intestinal well-being
Cereals (20% rice), meat and animal derivatives (min. 20% chicken), vegetable protein extracts, oils and fats (min. 6% poultry fat, 0.4% fish oil), beet pulp, minerals, yeast cell walls (675mg/kg).
Protein 30%
Fat content 16%
Crude fibre 1.9%
Inorganic matter 7.5%
Nutritional additives: Vitamin A: 27,000IU, Vitamin D3: 2,000IU, Vitamin E: 258mg, Vitamin C: 180mg, Biotin: 12mg, Iron (iron (II) sulphate monohydrate): 135mg, Zinc (zinc oxide): 150mg, Manganese (manganous sulphate monohydrate): 68mg, Copper (copper sulphate pentahydrate): 15mg, Iodine (calcium iodate anhydrous): 3.4mg, Selenium (sodium selenite): 0.27mg.

Antioxidants, preservatives.

The following feeding table indicates the total daily amount to be supplied to the puppies based on the body weight they will have as an adults distributed as follows: START OF GROWTH: Daily ration divided into 3 - 4 meals. MID GROWTH: Daily ration divided into 2 - 3 meals. END OF GROWTH: Daily ration divided into 1 - 2 meals. A controlled feeding during the growth phase allows a good development to reach the expected size of the adult dog. When the puppy reaches 90% of the adult weight at the end of the growth phase, it is recommended to change its diet to an adult food, always introducing it progressively.

WEIGHT OF ADULT DOG 10 Kg WEIGHT OF ADULT DOG 15 Kg WEIGHT OF ADULT DOG 20 Kg WEIGHT OF ADULT DOG 25 Kg WEIGHT OF ADULT DOG 30 Kg WEIGHT OF ADULT DOG 40 Kg WEIGHT OF ADULT DOG 50 Kg WEIGHT OF ADULT DOG 60 Kg
Puppy weight (kg) Food(g) /day Puppy weight (kg) Food(g) /day Puppy weight (kg) Food(g) /day Puppy weight (kg) Food(g) /day Puppy weight (kg) Food(g) /day Puppy weight (kg) Food(g) /day Puppy weight (kg) Food(g) /day Puppy weight (kg) Food(g) /day
0,9 - 2
3 - 4
50 - 100
130 - 160
1,4 - 3
5 - 6
70 - 130
180 - 220
1,8 - 4
6 - 8
90 - 160
220 - 270
2,3 - 5
8 - 10
100 - 190
260 - 320
2,7 - 6
9 - 12
120 - 220
300 - 370
3,6 - 8
4,5 - 10
150 - 270
370 - 460
4,5 - 10
15 - 20
180 - 320
430 - 540
5,4 - 12
18 - 24
200 - 370
500 - 620
5 - 6
7 - 8
160 - 180
200 - 230
8 - 9
11 - 12
210 - 250
280 - 310
10 - 12
14 - 16
270 - 310
340 - 380
13 - 15
18 - 20
320 - 360
410 - 450
15 -18
21-24
360 - 410
470 - 510
20 - 24
28 - 32
450 - 510
580 - 640
15 - 18
21 - 24
530 - 610
680 - 750
30 - 36
42 - 48
610 - 700
780 - 860
9 - 10 200 - adult 14 - 15 270 - adult 18 - 20 330 - adult 23 - 25 390 - adult 27 - 30 450 - adult 36 - 40 560 - adult 45 - 50 660 - adult 54 - 60 760 - adult


This food is also indicated for the last 5 weeks of pregnancy and for the period of lactation. During the period of lactation we recommend leaving the food freely available but always watching the weight.

Weight of adult dog (kg) Gestation (last 5 weeks)
Daily ration (g)
10 to 15 270 - 380
15 to 20 380 - 480
20 to 25 480 - 580
25 to 30 580 - 670
30 to 35 670 - 760
35 to 40 760 - 850
40 to 45 850 - 940
45 to 50 940 - 1020
50 to 55 1020 - 1110
55 to 60 1110 - 1190

The amount may vary depending on breed, activity and environmental conditions. Number of meals a day: We recommend dividing the daily amount in 2 meals.

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.