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Product description

Highly digestible puppy food for mini dogs in their first year of life

Happy Dog fit & vital Mini Puppy is an especially well-balanced complete feed for puppies from 1 month onwards. It is ideal for problem-free and gentle feeding of sensitive puppies of all small dog breeds up to 10 kg adult weight. The wheat-free recipe offers a balanced variety of five selected top quality animal proteins. Well tolerated lamb, easy to digest poultry, tasty beef, nutritious fish and high-quality egg protein ensure the steady growth and optimum development of your puppy. The valuable New Zealand mussels help to ensure that your little puppy’s musculoskeletal system develops as it should. Calcium and vitamin D3 are to a large extent responsible for the strength and optimum development of the bones. Omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids from fish and linseed promote a glossy coat and healthy skin. Linseed combined with a complex of vital substances from special yeasts, antioxidants and herbs supports the gut flora and the entire gastrointestinal tract.

The perfect puppy food for small dog breeds

And your puppy’s immune system mustn’t miss out, which is why vitamin C is essential in a puppy food. Based on the Happy Dog Natural Life Concept®, your dog is supplied with all he needs to benefit his body holistically, giving him a care-free start to a long and healthy life.

How long should fit & vital Mini Puppy be given?

Happy Dog fit & vital Mini Puppy is ideal from 4 weeks through to 12 months. Small breeds up to 10 kg (weight of the adult dog) grow up faster and at a more even rate than large breeds. So they are fed Happy Dog Mini Puppy products from 1 to 12 months old. When your pet reaches 13 months, you should gradually change over to a suitable Adult food. We recommend Happy Dog fit & vital Mini Adult, for example.

Complete feed for puppies & young dogs up to 10 kg adult weight from 4 weeks to 12 months.

Feeding recommendation

Recommended food intake (g/24 h) at each age of the young dog (WL = week of life)

Final weight*

4. WL

6. WL

8. WL

10. WL

12. WL

16. WL

21. WL

7.-12. month

2 kg 20 g 27 g 33 g 38 g 42 g 50 g 53 g 55 g
3 kg 25 g 35 g 45 g 50 g 55 g 65 g 70 g 75 g
4 kg 32 g 45 g 55 g 65 g 70 g 85 g 90 g 90 g
5 kg 38 g 53 g 65 g 75 g 85 g 100 g 105 g 110 g
6 kg 43 g 60 g 75 g 85 g 95 g 110 g 120 g 125 g
8 kg 55 g 75 g 90 g 105 g 120 g 140 g 150 g 155 g
10 kg 65 g 85 g 105 g 125 g 140 g 160 g 180 g 180 g

*Final weight reached: slowly change over to a suitable adult food.

Please note

  • The amount of food should be gradually increased every 2-3 days to weekly until the amount recommended for the next age band is reached.
  • As the dog approaches its final weight, the energy requirement drops off and the amount of food should be adjusted in line with the feeding guide.
  • When the final weight is reached, remember to change over to a suitable Adult food.

General feeding notes

  • Weigh puppies regularly and record weight changes.
  • The amounts shown are simply for guidance. The amount required will vary according to age, breed, level of activity and whether yours is an indoor or outdoor dog. It may therefore be necessary to adjust the amount of food given to individual pets.
  • Do not give too much to eat – make sure growth is not above average.
  • If you give snacks, reduce the amount of food accordingly. Hint: use part of the daily food ration as a snack substitute.
  • Give the food dry or add warm water (roughly 60° C) and leave to soak a few minutes.
  • Split the daily food ration between several meals (3 - 4).
  • Make sure that fresh drinking water is available at all times.

Animal proteins* (poultry 21 %, lamb 5 %), maize flour, rice, oils and fats, meat meal, maize, fish meal (5 %, of which 50 % salmon meal), beet pulp* (desugared), hydrolysed protein, apple pomace*, cellulose, potassium chloride, yeasts*, sodium chloride, dried whole egg (0.2 %), seaweed*, linseed (0.15 %), psyllium husks, yeasts* (extract), mussel meat* (0.04 %), yucca schidigera*, milk thistle, artichoke, dandelion, ginger (0.015 %), birch leaves, stinging nettle, camomile, coriander, rosemary, sage, liquorice root, thyme (total dried herbs: 0.15 %)

*) dried

Analytical components

Crude protein 30.0 %, crude fat 16.0 %, crude fibre 2.5 %, crude ash 7.5 %, calcium 1.45 %, phosphorus 1.1 %, sodium 0.35 %, omega 6 fatty acids 3.5 %, omega 3 fatty acids 0.4 %


Vitamin A (3a672a) 18000 IU, vitamin D3 (3a671) 950 IU, vitamin E (as 3a700) 130 mg, vitamin C (as 3a312) 30 mg

Trace elements/kg:
Iron (as 3b103) 65 mg, copper (as 3b405) 14 mg, zinc (as 3b603, 3b606) 125 mg, manganese (as 3b502) 29 mg, iodine (as 3b202) 2.5 mg, selenium (sodium selenite 3b801) 0.15 mg

Amino acids/kg:
L-tryptophan (3c440) 900 mg

Antioxidant, tocopherol-rich extracts from plant oils 1b306(i)