Winner Plus Adult Dog Food 3kg & 18kg


A complete mono protein feed thought for adult and active dogs, prepared with prime chicken meat carefully processed as done with human food quality, and with high fat as a source of energy in time of need

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WINNER PLUS Adult is an easily digestible, gluten free complete feed for adult and normal active dogs. Best quality chicken provides valuable proteins and offers excellent acceptance as well as best digestibility. The croquettes provide the perfect amount of energy and taste just delicious. Well balanced fatty acids Omega-3 and Omega-6 support shiny coat and healthy skin. The balanced formula of WINNER PLUS Adult provides your dog with all the necessary nutrients and ensures best digestibility and vitality. Made without classical grain, soy, eggs, dairy products, chemical colorants, flavoring substances and cereals containing gluten.


Composition: dried chicken (32%); whole grain corn; rice; chicken fat; dried beet pulp (desugarized); minerals; linseed oil; glucosamine; chondroitin.

Analytical constituents: crude protein 26%; fat content 16%; crude fibre 2,20%; crude ash 6,50%; calcium 1,50%; phosphorus 1,10%; sodium 0,40%; selenium 0,50 mg / kg; Omega 3 (0,51%); Omega 6 (3,87%).

Additives per kg. Nutritional additives: vitamin A 20.000 I.U.; vitamin D3 1.800 I.U.; vitamin E 200 I.U.; vitamin B1 15 mg; vitamin B2 20 mg; vitamin B6 20 mg; vitamin B12 210 mcg; vitamin C 125 mg; choline chloride 680 mg; pantothenic acid 50 mg; niacin 50 mg; folic acid 7 mg; biotin 1.000 mcg; copper (cupric(II)sulphate pentahydrate) 5 mg; zinc (zinc sulphate, monohydrate) 65 mg; iron (iron (II) sulphate, monohydrate) 50 mg; manganese (manganous-(II)-oxide) 35 mg; iodine (calcium iodate, anhydrous) 1,50 mg.

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3kg, 18Kg


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