30 to 40% of all dogs are overweight. Being overweight is bad for your health and can even shorten life expectancy. At the first sign, you must therefore act quickly and decisively so that obesity does not become a permanent problem for your dog. Factors for being overweight are a sedentary lifestyle or castration, a genetic predisposition of certain breeds (e.g. Briard, Bobtail) or an overly lavish, unbalanced diet. Maize, poultry protein (dried), barley, lignocellulose, corn gluten meal, vegetable protein isolate*, animal fat, animal protein (hydrolysed), dried beet pulp, minerals, fish oil, yeast, fructo-oligosaccharides, soybean oil, hydrolyzate from crustaceans (source of glucosamine), hydrolyzate from cartilage (source of chondroitin) Vitamin A: 16,900 IU, Vitamin D3: 900 IU, E1 (iro.
|Country/Region of Manufacture||France|
|Dog Size||L, XL|
|Features||cartilage and joint health, support the cartilage metabolism, Omega-3 fatty acids, highest acceptance, L-carnitine|
|Number of Units||6|
|UPC||Does not apply|