Support for the locomotor system
Balanced range of proteins
Balanced feed for young dogs with 5 animal proteins and rice
As soon as your dog reaches seven months, it is time to change him over from puppy food to young dog food. Because your four-legged friend is now an exuberant teenager! He has entered a phase of development in which he grows more slowly than in his first six months of life. This is why we developed our fit & vital Junior specially as a food for young dogs. It contains less energy than puppy food – and supplies exactly the right nutrients and minerals that a young dog needs for healthy growth from seven months onwards. Our fit & vital Junior is here with five animal proteins, including proteins from poultry and lamb. Gluten-free rice is highly digestible and provides energy to fuel boisterous fun. Calcium and vitamin D3 help with the healthy development of your dog’s bones, ligaments, tendons and joints. And a complex of vital substances from yeasts and herbs supports his digestion.
What are the benefits of fit & vital Junior?
- Balanced variety of proteins
- Gluten-free recipe
- Supports the musculoskeletal system
- Important minerals for healthy growth
When should I change my puppies over to young dog food or food for adult dogs?
A puppy is classed as a young dog when he reaches seven months. At this point you should change him over to a food tailored to his development phase. Perhaps you are wondering how much food is recommended for young dogs. The right amount of food is determined by the final weight of your young dog and his age in months. You can take this from the feeding guide below. It is also useful to know that, in contrast to the puppy period in which your little friend still needed several meals each day, you can now change him over to 2 meals per day. His stomach is now large enough for this rhythm to suit him. As a rule of thumb, the total amount of food every day should be 4-6 % of your dog’s body weight.
Our kibble with the hole – for even better digestion
Have you seen? Our kibble is heart-shaped and has a hole in the middle. This makes it easier for your dog to chew and digest. The increased surface area also allows your dog’s stomach juices to break up the food more easily.