BOZITA WITH SALMON – CHUNKS IN JELLY – DOG

7% protein (of which 100% animal protein), 5% fat.

  • Grain free
  • claims_icons_eng Wheat free
  • claims_eng Fish

Bozita chunks in jelly with salmon is a grain-free wet food for dogs that can be used as a complete food or in addition to dry food.
Wet food that contains 100% animal protein is made with Swedish salmon, a raw food known for its high nutritional values and fat composition. Giving mealtimes a Nordic, fresh taste. Bozita chunks in jelly with salmon come in handy recyclable Tetra packaging
Size: 370 g

Ingredients

COMPOSITION

Chicken * (Swedish, 61% per piece), salmon * (Swedish, 15% per piece), beef * (Swedish, 15% per piece), minerals, dill *, beet fiber *, yeast *. * Natural raw material. * Natural raw ingredients.

TILLSATSER (PER KG)

Nutritional additives: Vitamin A 4400 IU, vitamin D3 440 IE, vitamin E (all-rac-o (tocopheryl acetate) 13mg, taurine 60mg, copper (II) sulphate, pentahydrate 9mg; manganese (II) oxide / manganese (III) oxide 4mg; zinc sulphate, monohydrate 37mg; calcium iodate, anhydrate 7mg. Technical additives: Cassia gum 1180mg.

NUTRITIONAL VALUE

Protein 7%, fat content 5.5%, carbohydrates (NFE) 0.8%, plant fiber 0.5%, raw ash (minerals) 2.2% (of which calcium 0.4% and phosphorus 0.3%), water 84 %. Energy 320 kJ / 100g.

Feeding guide

DOG'S WEIGHT (KG) DAILY PORTION (G)
1-5 150-450
6-10 500-750
11-15 800-1000
16-20 1000-1200
21-30 1200-1700
31-40 1700-2000
41-50 2000-2300

Use: Complete food for dogs. Serve at room temperature. Portion sizes are guidelines only. Adjust portion size in accordance with your dog’s individual needs and level of activity.
Storage: Fully sterilized packaged goods. Once opened, store in the fridge (max +8⁰C) and use within two days. See top of packaging for best before date. Resealable packaging.

OUR PHILOSOPHY

SWEDISH NATURAL QUALITY

Swedish Natural Quality embodies more than just the food in the bowl. It involves every part of our process, all the way from farms, forests or waters of Sweden to where and how we prepare the food.

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