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GOOOD Junior - Free Range Lamb & Sustainable Trout

Perfectly adapted level of protein for young dogs during growth
High-value meat protein

High-value meat protein

Valuable whole grain

Valuable whole grain

Free from artificial preservatives

Free from artificial preservatives

For growth & the immune system

For growth & the immune system

GOOOD Junior - Free Range Lamb & Sustainable Trout

Adapted food for young dogs from 3 months

Our succulent lamb meat containing lots of protein is sourced from high welfare meadow lambs. Our fish farmers also work humanely and naturally. This means that our trout grow under species-appropriate conditions. 
They are combined with parsnips and potatoes from regional farms. The protein content and kibble size are perfectly matched to the needs of growing dogs. Our wholesome recipe needs no added sugar and no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. High-quality proteins from lamb and trout, vitamins and zinc are good for growth and the immune system. It contains everything your pet needs for a balanced diet during the growth phase.

  • For young dogs from 3 to 15 months.
  • Larger kibble.
  • With succulent lamb meat from free range farms.
  • With delicious trout from sustainable aquaculture.
  • High proportion of regional raw ingredients.
  • Gently prepared.
  • With zinc.
  • Good for growth and immune system.
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Composition

What is in the feed and what is it good for?

lamm_forelle_pyramiden_460x340Biologically valuable protein from lamb and trout supports steady growth. Parsnips are naturally rich in vitamin C, so they boost your young dog’s immune defences. Potatoes are an important source of energy, while sunflower oil ensures a glossy coat. Apple fibre supplies roughage and is good for the digestion.

 

Complete feed for young dogs from 3 to 15 months.

 

Composition:
Lamb protein* from free range farms (20 %), wheat flour, wholegrain maize, dried potato (10 %), rice protein*, trout meal from sustainable fish farms (9 %), poultry fat, beet pulp* (desugared), sunflower oil (2.4 %), hydrolysed liver, apple pomace* (1.25 %), lignocellulose, canola oil, potassium chloride, carrots*, parsnips* (0.3 %), parsley root*, yeasts* (extract, 0.2 % = 0.04 % mannan oligosaccharides), chicory powder (0.15 % = 0.01 % inulin), parsley leaf*; (total regional vegetable mix 1 %);    

*) dried 

Analytical constituents

What detailed components does it have?

Crude protein  28.0 % Good for growth, muscles, cell structure, metabolism and immune system
Crude fat 15.0 % Gives energy. Contains essential fatty acids. Supports the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins
Crude fibre 3.0 % Good for digestion and intestinal flora. Contains dietary fibre
Crude ash 9.0 % Describes the mineral and trace element content
Calcium 1.45 % Good for bones and teeth, nerve functions and blood clotting. Activates enzymes and hormones
Phosphorus 1.0 % Good for development of bones and teeth and metabolism. Energy to the cells
Sodium 0.3 % Good for the electrolyte balance, nerve impulses, heart rhythm and muscle activity
Potassium 0.9 % Good for the electrolyte balance, heart function and the transmission of nerve impulses
Magnesium 0.1 % Good for bone development, nerve functions, formation of body protein and energy generation
Omega 6 fatty acids 4.0 % Good for various metabolic and repair processes in the body, for skin & coat, and for brain & nerves
Omega 3 fatty acids 0.4 % Good for a glossy coat and healthy skin barrier

Additives

What additional substances are in it?

Vitamins/kg:
Vitamin A (3a672a) 17000 IU, vitamin D3 (3a671) 1000 IU, vitamin E (3a700) 200 mg, vitamin B1 (3a821) 5 mg, vitamin B2 (3a825ii) 5 mg, vitamin B6 (3a831) 5 mg, biotin (3a880) 590 mcg, calcium-d-pantothenate (3a841) 13 mg, niacin (3a314) 60 mg, folic acid (3a316) 4 mg, vitamin B12 85 mcg, vitamin C (3a312) 200 mg


Trace elements/kg:
Iron (as 3b103) 135 mg, copper (as 3b405) 13 mg, zinc (as 3b603) 105 mg, manganese (as 3b502) 16 mg, iodine (as 3b202) 1.5 mg, selenium (as 3b801) 0.15 mg

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

Feeding Suggestion

What is the best way to feed my dog?

Young dogs need the right amount of food to grow up healthy. So you will need to adjust the amount of food in the different growth phases. Ideally you should weigh your young dog regularly and keep a growth diary. If you give him snacks, you should reduce the amount of food at dinner time. Divide the daily food ration into two or three meals to ensure your friend has enough energy throughout the day. 

 

And don’t forget! Your dog needs constant access to fresh drinking water.

 

Final weight

3 mon.
(10. LW)

4
mon.
5 - 6
mon.
7 - 8
mon.
9 - 12
mon.
13 - 15
mon.
16
mon.
10 kg 150 g 180 g 190 g 190 g 185 g * *
15 kg 250 g 245 g 260 g 260 g 250 g 245 g *
20 kg 250 g 310 g 325 g 330 g 320 g 310 g *
25 kg 300 g 355 g 375 g 385 g 370 g 360 g *
30 kg 345 g 405 g 430 g 445 g 430 g 415 g *
35 kg 380 g 455 g 485 g 505 g 475 g 460 g *
40 kg 405 g 500 g 535 g 545 g 530 g 515 g *
50 kg 455 g 560 g 625 g 640 g 620 g 600 g *

* Final weight.
Once your dog has reached this weight, gradually change over to an adult food.

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