Canun Brio Plus Super Premium
Very energetic, complete and balanced food, highly digestive and palatable, intended for the maintenance of very active dogs in extreme conditions, hunting, agility, mushing, etc., of any breed and size. Made with the highest quality raw materials, treated independently using innovative selective extrusion technology, which allows us to guarantee a safe and fully guaranteed product. Its reduced frequency of defecation, the lower volume of faeces and its low humidity, prevent bad odors and facilitate its collection, favoring the hygiene of the animal itself, that of its surroundings and the environment.
Meat, lard, extruded corn, puffed rice, corn gluten, mineral and vitamin complex. Antioxidants: BHT, BHA. Oligosaccharides (dicalcium phosphate, monodium phosphate, sodium chloride).
Crude protein 32%
Crude fat 26%
Crude fiber 2%
Inorganic matter 7%
Omega 3 acids 1.92%
Omega 6 acids 2.98%
Calories 4850 Kcal/Kg
Tolerance: According to current legal regulations
Vitamin A (min)10,000 IU/kg
Vitamin D3 (min) 1,100 IU/kg
Vitamin E (a-tocopherols) 110 mg/kg
D (pantothenic) acid 10mg/kg
Folic Acid 0.5mg/kg
It must be supplied dry along with clean and fresh water freely available. Feed amounts may vary depending on activity, dog breed and environmental conditions.
20 kg container.
12 months kept in the original container, closed and in conditions free of humidity, dry, isolated from the ground and excessive heat.
Don't forget to make clean, fresh water available to your animal.
It is recommended that the diet that the dog receives is appropriate to the conditions of each animal, phase of development, breed, age, activity, environmental conditions, physiological changes... The less active ones may have reduced energy requirements and caution should be taken when Administer high-energy diets to avoid the risk of obesity. Regardless of whether the food is provided once or twice a day, it is recommended to do it at the same time and always accompanied with clean and fresh water.
A good diet during the growth period is essential to obtain healthy adult dogs, since they are in the most delicate moment of their lives. Large breed puppies are not considered adults until they are 18-21 months old, since their growth does not end until this age. Medium breed puppies are considered adults at 12 months of age. And the toy or small breeds finish their growth between 6 and 9 months.
Once they are considered adults, their needs change, and so do our feeds, formulated taking into account these factors:
- Small breeds often have jaw and tooth problems, which is why the size and texture of our feed makes chewing easier, a fact that will help prevent future problems.
- Medium breeds need a compensated energy intake, taking into account the activity they do, it is for this reason that it is important to take into account the daily ration
-Large breeds tend to have more joint problems, but through proper nutrition some ailments related to the weight of your pet can be prevented.