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Dry food for small breed puppies, with chicken as a source of high-quality protein and with tailored minerals and antioxidants to support strong bones and joints, with a tasty recipe in kibble form.In order to help your small, sweet puppy grow up into a strong and healthy adult dog, it is vital that you choose optimum nutrition for the first year of life. Hill’s Science Plan Puppy <1 Small & Mini with Chicken has been specially developed for use during this life phase. The dry food is suitable for small breed puppies and provides your dog with everything it needs to to develop properly and fully.
Vitamin A [E 672] (23,130 IU/kg), vitamin D3 [E 671] (1360 IU/kg), iron [E1] (220 mg/kg), iodine [E2] (2.2 mg/kg), copper [E4] (27.9 mg/kg), manganese [E5] (9.7 mg/kg), zinc [E6] (187 mg/kg), selenium [E8] (0.4 mg/kg).
With natural preservatives and antioxidants.
|omega-3 fats||0.68 %|
|vitamin C (ascorbic acid)||70.0 mg|
|vitamin E (tocopherol)||600.0 mg|
|DHA fatty acid||0.16 mg|
Hill's Puppy Healthy Development Mini with Chicken is a complete feed for growing dogs.
|Puppy's weight||2 - 3 months||4 - 6 months||10 - 12 months|
|Bitch's weight||1 - 4 weeks||5 - 6 weeks||7 - 9 weeks|
Fresh water should be provided at all times.
The amounts stated above are approximate guidelines and should be adjusted to each dog's individual requirements in order to maintain optimal body weight.
FOR PUPPIES: 2-4 meals per day. Feed your pet the recommended daily amounts in the table above and adjust quantities according size of pet. If anything is unclear, please consult a vet. Once your pet turns 12 months old, you are recommended to switch to Science Plan™ CANINE ADULT ADVANCED FITNESS.
FOR LACTATING BITCHES: Food should always be made available to lactating bitches.
Is this your first feeding your dog with this dog food? If so, we recommend mixing the old and new foods together over a period of 7 days, gradually decreasing the quantities of old food over time. To ensure life-long good health for your pet, please ensure a balanced diet for your pet and pay regular visits to your vet (at least twice a year).