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The first food you feed your puppy is essential. It will affect his health and vitality as he matures into an adult canine.
Burns puppy food is an excellent introduction to kibble because it constitutes controlled amounts of protein and fat to ensure gradual development.
This brand emphasises “gradual” because rapid growth could result in life-changing health issues that hinder daily activity.
- Made with natural ingredients
- Developed by Veterinary Surgeon, John Burns
- Size: 12kgs
- Promotes healthy skin and coat
What we liked
- Contained protein and fat for controlled growth
- Wheat, soya and dairy-free to prevent allergy flare ups
- Comprises calcium and phosphorous for health bones
- Feeding guidelines can be strict
- Kibble too large for miniature breeds
The high-quality chicken incorporated into the feed contains calcium and phosphorus to maintain strong bones. Fibres such as rice and oats slowly release energy throughout the day. Watch as your puppy plays and has fun without tiring out quickly, until bedtime of course.
Knowing how common food sensitivities in canines have become, the Burns' formula is wheat, soya and dairy-free.
Zero colouring or preservatives are contained in the kibble. Nothing in this dry dog food is likely to aggravate allergies, cause digestive upsets, or induce vomiting.
Without a doubt, this food for junior pooches comprises a wholesome array of ingredients that your growing pup requires to reach full size.
Because it’s full of nutritional goodness, the amount you’ll need to feed your pet is less compared to other brands. This results in low-cost spending and a canine that is lighter around the middle.
The benefits of this food evidently stretch beyond an empty bowl after meals. However, the food is not just healthy but a tasty treat for your prized furry companion.
Comments from users find the feeding guidelines too restrictive. Instead, you might want to use your discretion and ask your vet for his professional opinion.
If your pet comes begging for more feed, he might not be acting greedily but complaining about a still empty belly!
Finally, while this puppy food is suitable for most canine breeds, the kibble might be too large for pups that grow into tiny adult dogs.
If you need to feed a mini-pup, you could try their Burns Complete Dry Puppy Mini Food.
Not sure if this is the right puppy food for your pooch? Check out our guide to the best puppy foods.
Chicken Meal (30%), Brown Rice (22%), White Rice (22%), Oats, Peas, Chicken Oil, Sunflower Oil, Seaweed, Minerals.
Crude Protein 24%, Crude Fat 12%, Crude Fibre 3%, Crude Ash 7%, Copper 17mg/kg, Sodium 0.36%, Calcium 1.6%, Phosphorus 1.2%, Magnesium 0.13%, Potassium 0.60%, Omega-6 fatty acids 2.55%, Omega-3 fatty acids 0.34%.
Additives (per Kg)
Vitamin A 25000IU, Vitamin D3 2000IU, Vitamin E 150IU, Taurine 1000mg; Trace Elements: Copper (copper (II) chelate of amino acids hydrate) 12mg, Iodine (calcium iodate anhydrous) 1mg, Manganese (manganous chelate of amino acids hydrate) 20mg, Zinc (zinc chelate of amino acids hydrate) 50mg, Selenium (3b8.11, Selenised yeast inactivated) 0.2mg. Technological Additives: Antioxidants (mixed tocopherols).
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