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GOOOD Junior - Free Range Lamb & Sustainable Trout

High-quality proteins for steady growth
High-value meat protein

High-value meat protein

Grain-free

Grain-free

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

Canned food perfectly tailored to the needs of growing young dogs from 3 months

Sheep are gregarious animals, so species-appropriate farming includes giving them lots of space in which to move about. For this reason, all of our lamb meat comes from meadow lambs. Our trout swim in water of natural origin which contains enough oxygen for them to grow healthily. We protect them from stress factors such as sunlight or noise. And your dog will be able to taste this difference from normal livestock farming. Vegetables such as parsnips and potatoes come from our region. Our wholesome recipe comes without added sugar or artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. It is also grain-free. High-quality proteins from lamb and trout, vitamins and zinc are good for growth and the immune system. You can mix our canned food with dry food, or serve it on its own. It contains all the nutrients your little darling will need during the growth phase.

  • For young dogs.
  • 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?

Biologically 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.

Complete feed for young dogs from 3 to 18 months.

Composition:
Lamb (total 72.5 %, consisting of lamb meat, lamb heart, lamb stomach, lamb liver), trout (15 %), potatoes, parsnips (6 %), parsley

Analytical constituents

What detailed components does it have?

Crude protein  8.9 % Good for growth, muscles, cell structure, metabolism and immune system
Crude fat 5.1 % Gives energy. Contains essential fatty acids. Supports the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins
Crude fibre 1.2 % Good for digestion and intestinal flora. Contains dietary fibre
Crude ash 0.9 % Describes the mineral and trace element content
Calcium 0.35 % Good for bones and teeth, nerve functions and blood clotting. Activates enzymes and hormones
Phosphorus 0.25 % Good for development of bones and teeth and metabolism. Energy to the cells
Moisture 80.0 %  

Additives

What additional substances are in it?

Vitamins / kg:
Vitamin D3 (3a671) 200 IU, vitamin E (all rac-alpha-tocopherylacetate 3a700) 20 mg

Trace elements / kg:
Copper (copper(II) sulphate pentahydrate 3b405) 2.7 mg, zinc (zinc sulphate monohydrate 3b605) 21 mg, manganese (manganese(II) oxide 3b502) 2.16 mg, iodine (calcium iodate, anhydrous 3b202) 0.4 mg

 

Feeding Suggestion

What is the best way to feed my dog?

The amounts shown are simply for guidance. Your dog’s individual needs will depend on age, breed, weight, activity and whether he lives indoors or out.

Give the food at room temperature and always have fresh water available.

Final weight 3 mon.
(10 W)
4 - 6
mon.
7 - 12
mon.
13 - 15
mon.
10 kg 600 g 750 g - 810 g 810 g - 750 g *
20 kg 1000 g 1250 g - 1350 g 1350 g - 1250 g *
30 kg 1300 g 1700 g - 1800 g 1800 g - 1650 g 1450 g
40 kg 1600 g 2050 g - 2200 g 2250 g - 2150 g 1800 g
50 kg 1900 g 2400 g - 2600 g 2650 g - 2550 g 2100 g

 *) Final weight
When your dog reaches this weight, you should gradually switch to an adult food.

 

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