RIDLEY COBBER WORKING DOG 20KG

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When fed according to instructions, Cobber? Working Dog will provide:


The right amount of energy (fats and carbohydrates) and building blocks (proteins, vitamins and minerals) required by your working dog team to perform and recover.
Fibre and prebiotics to promote better digestion and increase absorption of nutrients, meaning your dog gets more of what they need to work harder.

Fortified Vitamin E that is readily bioavailable to help protect cells from the free radicals that are produced during activity and to promote repair.
Diamond V Technology which naturally optimises a dog?s ability to digest protein, fat & energy, meaning your dog absorbs more of the nutrients in their food, & can get back to work quicker.

The following guide outlines the amount of Cobber? Working Dog that is normally required each day for an adult dog. The amount that your own dog needs may vary depending on a number of factors including level of work; weight; body condition; age; breed; sex and climate. Adjust the amount fed each day, up or down as necessary, to ensure your dog maintains a good lean condition.

FEEDING GUIDELINES
Dog Size Body Weight Amount fed each day
Small 5kg ? 10kg 100g ? 150g (3/4 ? 1 cup)
Medium 10kg ? 25kg 150g ? 300g (1 ? 21/4 cups)
Large 25kg and more 300g ? 500g (21/4 ? 4 cups)
TYPICAL ANALYSIS
Crude Protein (min.) 22.0%
Crude Fat (min.) 15.0%
Crude Fibre (max) 5.5%
Salt (NaCI) 1.25%
Energy (per 100g) 355K Cal
1 cup is approximately 125 grams of Cobber? Working Dog.

IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOUR DOG HAS ACCESS TO CLEAN, FRESH WATER AT ALL TIMES.

Ingredients selected from the following: Whole cereal grains, Meat and meat by-products (beef, chicken, and/or mutton), Oilseeds and oilseed by-products, Fats and oils (tallow and/or vegetable oil and/or fish oil), Marine Products, Beet pulp, Salt, Minerals, Vitamins, Fructo oligo-saccharide (FOS), Antioxidants.

Cobber? Working Dog is a complete dog food, meeting the nutritional levels established by the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) for maintenance of adult dogs.