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  • All Natural
  • Superfood
  • Wheat Gluten Free
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Australian Chicken

Adult (1-6 years)

Adult Australian Chicken is formulated to provide essential nutrients and wellbeing for adult dogs 1 – 6 years old. The ancient grain sorghum delivers a gluten free source of low GI energy and supports a strong immune system.  Sustainably sourced non-soy, non-GMO and gluten free chia seeds provide a novel source of protein and healthy omega-3 fatty acids for healthy skin and coat.

This diet has 25% protein and 15% fat and the following key features and benefits:

  • Joint health & mobility
  • Fights cognitive decline
  • Vibrant skin & coat

Nutrition That Cares

 
 

Committed to reducing our environmental paw print

Introducing Glow to your dog is easy. Simply start on day 1 by mixing 25% of Glow with the old recipe and gradually increase over 7 days. This will ensure an easy transition on your dog’s tummy.
  • Day 1-2
    25% Glow
  • Day 3-4
    50% Glow
  • Day 5-6
    70% Glow
  • Day 7
    100% Glow

How much do I feed my dog?

Dog Size Daily Serving
  Cups Grams
toy 1 - 5kg ¼ - ½ 20 - 70g
small 5 - 10kg ½ - ¾ 70 - 115g
medium 10 - 20kg ¾ - 1¼ 115 - 200g
large 20 - 35kg 1¼ - 2 200 - 300g
giant 35+kg ½ per 10kg 60g per 10kg
1 Metric Cup = Approximately 150g

Nutritional Information

  • Protein 25% min
  • Crude Fat 15% min
  • Crude Fibre 4% max
  • Ash 6% max
  • Moisture 10% max
  • Energy (M.E) 3600 Kcal/kg
  • Calcium 1.5% min
  • Omega 3 Fatty Acids * 0.4%
  • Omega 6 Fatty Acids * 1.1%
  • Omega 6:3 * 2.75

* Nutrients not recognised by AAFCO as essential

Ingredients: Chicken Meal, Lupins, Beans, Sorghum, Tallow, Beet Pulp, Chicory Extract, Chia Seeds, Carrot, DHA Algae, Salt, Potassium Chloride, Vitamin and Mineral Premix, Natural Antioxidants from Rosemary.

Adult Australian Chicken is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for maintenance of adult dogs.

Unsuitable for human consumption.

Individual feeding needs may vary depending on age, weight, breed and activity level. The table above is a guide only and as nutrition requirements can change over time, be sure to adjust to suit your pet’s needs. If unsure always consult your veterinarian. Ensure your dog always has access to clean and fresh water.

We recommend you feed your dog twice per day.