Mineral nutrition for dogs. Dogs in growth periods, under increased stress or in advanced years will need a special combination of minerals with a higher calcium content. This allows the formation and preservation of bone substance to be effectively maintained.
calcium 22%, phosphorus 6%, 4% sodium.
A 275 000 IU , D3 9000 IU , E (as Alphatocopherolacetat) 225mg, 30mg of B1, B2 20mg, 15 mg of B6, B12 40mcg, C 60mg, Biotin 100mcg, Iron (as Ferrous sulphate, monohydrate) 400 mg, Iodine (as calcium-iodate, hexahydrate) 3,5mg, cobalt (as cobalt II carbonate,monohydrate) 2mg, Manganese (as manganese sulfate II monohydrate) 155mg, zinc (as zinc sulphate monohydrate) 105mg, copper (as cupric sulfate, pentahydrate) 75mg.
FEEDING RECOMMENDATION/APPLICATION NOTES:
Body weight – g per day. (1 teaspoon = approx. 8g, 1 tablespoon = approx. 25g) Up to 5 kg – 3g a day, up to 10 kg: – 5g, up to 20 kg: – 10g, up to 35 kg: – 15g a day. For larger animals use the corresponding dose. During growth periods, pregnancy and lactation, animals should receive twice the daily ration. Because of the increased content of vitamin D3 compared with complete feed, do not exceed three times the recommended daily ration.