Dachshund Puppy

Dachshund Puppy Dry Dog Food

Dachshund Puppy

Dachshund Puppy Dry Dog Food

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The nutritional requirements of your Dachshund puppy largely involves building a strong immune system during their developing months. A strong, supported and healthy immune system is the foundation of any healthy pup. Royal Canin’s Dachshund Puppy is a diet rich in antioxidants which provides the basics needed to build their body’s defence systems. This feed is suitable until the age of 10 months, where after the Dachshund Adult Dry Dog Food is recommended. 

Type of food:

Dry

Description:

Complete feed for dogs – Specially for Dachshund puppies – Up to 10 months old

Key Benefits of Royal Canin – Dachshund Puppy Dry Dog Food

  1. Immune system support: Growth is an essential stage in your dog’s life; it is the time of big changes, discoveries and new encounters. During this key period, the puppy’s immune system develops gradually. Dachshund Puppy helps support your puppy’s natural defences thanks particularly to a patented* complex of antioxidants including vitamin E. *France, patent No EP1146870.
  2. Joint & bone support: Dachshund Puppy contributes to supporting the Dachshund puppy’s bones and joints thanks to an adapted calcium and phosphorus content. The exclusive formula also helps maintain ideal weight.
  3. Digestive health: Combination of nutrients with high quality protein (L.I.P.*) and prebiotics (FOS) to support digestive health and balance of intestinal flora, which contributes to good stool quality. *Protein selected for its very high digestibility.
  4. Exclusive kibble – dental health: This formula helps reduce the risk of tartar formation thanks to calcium chelators.

Ingredients: Royal Canin – Dachshund Puppy Dry Dog Food

Dehydrated poultry protein, rice, maize, vegetable protein isolate*, animal fats, beet pulp, hydrolysed animal proteins, soya oil, fish oil, minerals, fructo-oligo-saccharides (0.34%), hydrolysed yeast (source of manno-oligo-saccharides), yeasts extracts (source of betaglucans), marigold extract (source of lutein), hydrolysed crustaceans (source of glucosamine), hydrolysed cartilage (source of chondroitin).

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